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Tyler Batty

Tyler Batty (DL/Edge) / BYU/RS So.

6’5″, 275 Lbs. (Unofficial)

2022 Stats: 12 Games, 52 tackles, 29 solo, 23 ast, 7 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, and 1 fumble recovery

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Awards: N/A

Measurables: (AVAILABLE POST COMBINE/PRO DAY)

Games Watched: Notre Dame vs. BYU 2022, SMU vs. BYU 2021

PRO’S 

Tyler Batty has prototypical size and length. Batty’s first step off the line is lightning fast and he has a solid straight line speed. He has a speed rush move and is capable of bending to beat the linemen. Batty’s go-to move is the swim.  Batty has a knack for making tackles, and he is rarely seen missing tackles. He knows how to use his hands to shed blockers.

CON’S

Once past the tackler, Batty does not really have chase down speed, and he can get beat on blockers who are skilled. Batty is a one-trick pony when it comes to moves to beat blockers. Batty is not a 3-down edge as he was subbed out for extra defensive backs. 

OVERALL 

Batty is athletic enough to play the edge in my opinion, but he will need to develop more than just a swim move to shed blockers. If he can develop some sort of power move it will immensely help his career. Batty will also need to be able to read plays faster or he will be blocked easily.

Dennis NowellI 12/14/22

Reviewed and edited by J. Clark 12/26/22

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