vs Florida (2019) // vs LSU (2019) // vs Alabama (2019)
Tyrone Truesdell is a smart football player who understands run concepts and can put himself in the correct position to make a play. He plays with decent leverage that keeps him from getting moved easily. He has solid power, allowing him to push the pocket at times and disrupt running lanes. Truesdell is also a consistent worker.
Tyrone Truesdell struggles to get hands off of him and seperate from blocks. Truesdell doesn't strike me as a good athlete and he is a bit slow off the LoS. His hand usage in pass and run situations is virtually non-existent, limiting his ability to impact plays even if he knows what is happening. His lack of athleticism and length will cause him to miss the running back in run situations by a hair at times.
Truesdell is a smart player, but unless his hand usage gets miles better or he shows some next level athleticism out of nowhere, I don't think he has a major role in the NFL. His intelligence and ability to stay square and not be moved could make him a late round (probably 7th) draft pick for a team that is looking for a rotational DT or special teams player, but his lack of athleticism, length, and hand usage is a major issue for when Truesdell moves to the next level.
Pass Rush Ability:
Big Play Ability
Use of Hands
Pass Rush Moves
Against The Run:
Play with Leverage
Stack and Shed
Gap Shooting Ability