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2017 NFL DRAFT

Tra'Mayne Bondurant, FS

School: Arizona  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Vallejo, CA
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 211 lbs.
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Player Overview

Bondurant has starred the past two seasons in Arizona's hybrid "Spur" role, a rover-safety/outside linebacker role in a 3-3-5 scheme that asks him to wear multiple hats. This versatility makes Bondurant intriguing but also a projection to the NFL as it minimizes some of the 'tweener traits that scouts may find troubling when determining whether his future at the next level lies.

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Bondurant possesses a lean, athletic frame and natural athleticism, including loose hips to quickly swivel and change directions. He's alert and fluid enough to drop down and cover receivers as a nickel cornerback, as he frequently did in 2013 in Arizona's stunning 42-16 shellacking of Oregon.

Bondurant complements his athleticism with good awareness. He's aggressive and isn't afraid to break on the ball in the hopes of creating a big play, picking off seven passes over the past three seasons and returning three of them for touchdowns, including two for scores last year. He doesn't possess an intimidating build but closes quickly and can deliver a pop, forcing three fumbles over the past two seasons.

--Rob Rang (6/13/14)

 
 
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06/16/2014 - Arizona's top NFL Draft-eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 2. S Tra'Mayne Bondurant, RS Senior...Bondurant has starred the past two seasons in Arizona's hybrid "Spur" role, a rover-safety/outside linebacker role in a 3-3-5 scheme that asks him to wear multiple hats. This versatility makes Bondurant intriguing but also a projection to the NFL as it minimizes some of the 'tweener traits that scouts may find troubling when determining whether his future at the next level lies.

Bondurant possesses a lean, athletic frame and natural athleticism, including loose hips to quickly swivel and change directions. He's alert and fluid enough to drop down and cover receivers as a nickel cornerback, as he frequently did a year ago in Arizona's stunning 42-16 shellacking of Oregon. Bondurant complements his athleticism with good awareness. He's aggressive and isn't afraid to break on the ball in the hopes of creating a big play, picking off seven passes over the past three seasons and returning three of them for touchdowns, including two for scores last year. He doesn't possess an intimidating build but closes quickly and can deliver a pop, forcing three fumbles over the past two seasons. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

 

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