Ryan Winslow, P, Pittsburgh
NFL Draft analysis for Ryan Winslow, P, Pittsburgh
Draft Prospect Outlook:
Slower time to release than you'd like and doesn't possess an overly powerful leg.
A 247Sports Composite three-star recruit out of Glenside, Penn., Winslow took over the punting job in Pittsburgh as a redshirt freshman, averaging 40.1 yards on 50 punts but improving his average in each successive year. He put one-third of his punts inside the 20 as a sophomore, averaging 41.4 yards on 63 punts. He increased his average to 42.6 yards on 56 punts as a junior, though only 12 were placed inside the 20.
Winslow had his best year in 2017, earning first-team All-ACC honors after averaging a career-best 44.5 yards on 57 punts, placing 16 inside the 20. That included a game at Georgia Tech where he averaged 50.1 yards on seven punts. He also has experience holding for placekicks, having done so in each of his four seasons. -- R.J. White
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