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2016 NFL DRAFT

Darryl Monroe, ILB

School: Washington State  |  Conference: MAC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Orlando, FL
Height/Weight: - / - lbs.
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Player Overview

Coach Mike Leach deserves a great deal of credit for Washington State's improvement, but former head coach Paul Wulff and his staff did the cross-country recruiting of Monroe, who starred as a prep in Orlando, Fla.

Monroe redshirted in 2011 due to a torn Achilles suffered in the season-opener against Idaho State. He returned with a vengeance a year later, starting all 12 games and posting 80 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss and three sacks to earn honorable mention All-Pac-12 accolades.

He recorded another 94-8-2 last season, including a career-high 13 tackles in the New Mexico Bowl loss to Colorado State.

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STRENGTHS: Monroe sports a chiseled frame and the strength gained from time in the weight room is obvious on the field, where he shows impressive power to disengage and as a hitter. Monroe is at his best in the box due to average straight-line speed, though he is alert in coverage.

WEAKNESSES: He's highly aggressive and doesn't possess great balance, which results in some big collisions when he guesses right and some cut-back opportunities when he overruns the play.

--Rob Rang (9/1/14)

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Workout Results
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07/07/2014 - 2. ILB Darryl Monroe, RS Junior...Leach deserves a great deal of credit for Washington State's improvement but former head coach Paul Wulff and his staff did the cross-country recruiting of Monroe, who starred as a prep in Orlando, Fla. Monroe redshirted in 2011 due to a torn Achilles suffered in the season-opener against Idaho State. He returned with a vengeance a year later, starting all 12 games and posting 80 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss and three sacks to earn honorable mention All-Pac-12 accolades. He recorded another 94-8-2 last season, including a career-high 13 tackles in the New Mexico Bowl loss to Colorado State.

Monroe sports a chiseled frame and the strength gained from time in the weight room is obvious on the field, where he shows impressive power to disengage and as a hitter. He's highly aggressive and doesn't possess great balance, which results in some big collisions when he guesses right and some cut-back opportunities when he overruns the play. Monroe is at his best in the box due to average straight-line speed, though he is alert in coverage. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

 

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