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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2010
Universal Draft breaks down Brian Price of UCLA. Any time you take a look at a large sample of Price's plays, a number of things stand out at you. For one thing, his jump off the snap is at an elite level. He also has a very strong and explosive base. The problem is, the other thing that immediately jumps out at you, is he spends about a third of his time on the ground, which would be a big problem at the NFL level. He penetrates and takes a lot of shots on the ball, but it is the result of the same aggression level that sees him on the ground all the time. This is the Brian "Price Tag". Can he harness that aggression, still put himself in position to take shots on the ball, and not end up on the ground?