Speed and power are two of the most crucial traits of an NFL pass rusher. Entering the 2022 NFL Draft, George Karlaftis has both. He has a good first step off the line of scrimmage and he delivers a lot of power through his hands to create a pocket collapsing bull rush. This ability is going to serve him very well in the NFL for his future team. He can set a mean edge using that strength and he and can get to the quarterback using that burst and power. In this video, I broke down his strengths and weaknesses. In my opinion, he should get selected somewhere in the early-to-mid of the first round of the upcoming NFL Draft.
Similar to my last video looking at Kayvon Thibodeaux of Oregon and Aidan Hutchinson of Michigan, I do understand that the Seattle Seahawks don’t have a first round pick after trading for Jamal Adams; however, (1) crazier things have happened and (2) it’s a fun exercise looking at the future talent in the NFL.
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