This is our Shea McClellin Scouting report. McLellin is a DL for the Boise State Broncos who projects as a 43 DE or 34 OLB. For all of our other scouting reports check out our scouting report page
6’3″, 260, 101/8″ hands, 32.75″ arms
4.63 forty yard dash, 19 bench press reps, 31.5 inch vertical, 118 broad jump, 7.07 3 cone drill, 4.33 20 yard shuttle
2011 Season: (through 12/7/2011)
Has great versatility: Has lined up at DE, OLB, and ILB
Motor that doesn’t stop
Great team leader
Plays well against top competition
Great first step, or at least gets up the field quickly with timing
Changes direction very well
Is fluid enough to be a good coverage guy in the N.F.L.with refinement
Decent size for a 34 OLB
Has been durable only missed time in his freshman season
Can be overwhelmed in the run game
Might be more suited to play in the 3-4 defense
Will not be able to bulk up much more
Doesn’t possess elite athleticism
Player Comparison: Mike Vrabel
Round Projection: Late 2nd- Early 3rd
McCellin is a do-it-all type of player. He has played DE, OLB, and ILB forBoiseState. He has performed very well versus VT from last season and Georgia this year. He never stops going towards the ball. His first step is dynamic. What surprises me is his ability in coverage. He changes direction well and his hip movement and foot agility are near elite. Every team could find a place for this guy but teams that value versatility would get the most out of him. Teams such as the Jets, Patriots, Steelers, Ravens, Giants, Packers, Lions, and 49ers.
SENIOR (2011): Named Athlon Sports Preseason All-America Second Team.
JUNIOR (2010): Started each of the Broncos’ 13 games, running his streak of consecutive starts to 24…named first-team All-Western Athletic Conference…registered 30 tackles (15 solo) on the season, including 13.5 tackles-for-loss – tied for the most on the team – and a team-high 9.5 sacks…ranked tied for 22nd-nationally in sacks (0.73 per game)…tied his career high with six tackles (three solo) against No. 10 Virginia Tech in the Broncos’ season-opening win…career-high four TFLs against the Hokies…career-high 2.5 sacks also came against the Hokies…also had 2.0 sacks against Hawai’i (Nov. 6)…recorded TFLs and sacks in eight games…forced one fumble and recovered two, one of which went for a touchdown against Wyoming (Sept. 18)…returned an interception 36 yards for a touchdown against Toledo (Oct. 9), becoming the first Bronco defensive player to score on a fumble recovery and an interception in the same season since 1999…received the team’s Outstanding Defensive Lineman Award at the season-ending banquet.
Jmpasq vs VA Tech