Jay Ratliff
DT | (6'3", 275, 4.81) | Auburn

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Overall: Ratliff attended Hargrave Military Academy in 2000. He started his career at Auburn as a TE in 2001. Moved to DE in 2002 and started eight of the 12 games he played in. Played nine games at DE in 2003 but missed time that season because of shoulder, ankle and knee injuries. He moved to DT as a senior in 2004 and finished with 37 total tackles, four TFL and one sack. Ratliff is a 'tweener DE/DT prospect that moved from DE to DT late in his career and enjoyed great success as an interior one-gap penetrating lineman as a senior. Ratliff does not have the speed or athleticism to make an impact on the perimeter in the NFL. He also lacks the size and strength to play a consistent role at DT in the NFL. However, Ratliff has enough quickness, speed, instincts and motor to compete for playing ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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