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Trey Flowers, DE

School: Arkansas  |  Conference: SEC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Huntsville, AL
Height/Weight: - / - lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.

Player Lowdown

Combine Results
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STRENGTHS: Flowers looks the part of an NFL defensive end at 6-foot-4, 268 pounds. He possesses broad shoulders, long arms and good overall musculature. Flowers has only average initial quickness for the position but generates good speed off the corner because of his long gait. His best asset is the length and strength of his arms, which allow him to discard blockers at the point of attack and lasso ball-carriers attempting to run past him.

He attempts to poke the ball out while tackling and can generate some big hits when given room to build momentum, forcing the first three fumbles of his career last season.

Flowers is experienced rushing from both the left and right side, as well as from the two-point stance.

WEAKNESSES: His junior tape did not reveal ideal flexibility, explosive quick-twitch or the straight-line speed to be a featured stand-up rusher in the NFL, but scouts will appreciate his versatility and the effort he shows in pursuit. Flowers can boost his stock with better burst off the edge and by using his long arms to more consistently affect the vision of quarterbacks.

--Rob Rang (8/13/14)

Player Overview

Forming a dynamic duo with Chris Smith (a fifth round pick by Jacksonville), Flowers earned Second Team All-SEC honors in 2014, racking up 44 tackles, including 13.5 for loss and five sacks, as well as three forced fumbles and an interception. The production was nothing new for Flowers, who posted similar numbers a year earlier (50 tackles, including 13 for loss and six sacks) and earned a spot on the SEC All-Freshman team as a true freshman in 2011 with 28 tackles, including 5.5 for loss and a sack while seeing action in all 13 games (three starts).

Flowers explored entering the 2014 NFL draft but elected to return for his senior campaign after reportedly earning a third round grade from the Advisory Committee. Proving that he can be as productive without an established speed rusher like Smith operating on the other side could boost Flowers' grade, as there is no denying that the preseason First Team All-SEC pick possesses intriguing tools.

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01/20/2015 - Arkansas DE Trey Flowers was only 6-2 (1/4"), but his wingspan was gigantic at 84 (1/4"), easily the best out of the defensive prospects on the roster. Although he isn't an elite speed rusher off the edge, Flowers' ability to cast a wide net with his length is a big reason he's so effective as a run defender. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com


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