Over the course of his college career, he recorded over 400 tackles, 8.5 sacks, two interceptions, three forced fumbles, and 11 pass breakups. It’s rare to get that kind of production in every aspect of the game from one prospect.
The Washington native is often overlooked due to what some view as a lack of explosiveness that leads to limitations in coverage. Still, in the clip above via @Pac12Network it’s easy to see that he has more than enough athleticism to hold his own.
Don’t be surprised if the Bengals coaching staff falls in love with Weaver and makes it a priority to select him. As a former team captain with an endless motor and passion for the game, he’s exactly the kind of guy Zac Taylor preaches he wants to build his team’s culture around.
Right now, the national honors candidate is projected to go somewhere in rounds 3-5. It’s very possible that the Bengals pull the trigger in the third round to ensure they get him, much like they did a few years ago with Nick Vigil.