Benwikere comes downhill like a missile, but often he just throws his shoulder while his head and eyes are staring at the ground, sliding off his targets and sometimes missing altogether. His lack of ideal speed was also evident on several occasions against the Bulldogs, allowing receivers to gain a step and struggling to recover. Benwikere is a tough, heady player, but his shortcomings are an issue that scouts will struggle with in their NFL evaluation of him. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
Weaknesses: Opens his body too early off the snap and often gets turned around in coverage. Average speed leaves him exposed to getting beat deep, whether playing inside or out. Tackling technique needs work, as he fails to consistently wrap up and finish, often throwing his shoulder at his target and not completing the mission.