Scouting Report | Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State

If you’re a team looking for defensive talent in the 2019 NFL Draft, then you’re in luck; that’s been no secret. There’s one player that might be one of the best-kept secrets, though. Montez Sweat has been really consistent for the Mississippi State Bulldogs over the last two seasons. He’ll get overlooked because of players like Nick Bosa and Brian Burns, but there’s a good chance that we could see Montez Sweat’s name called in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Before he became a potential first-round pick and a Mississippi State Bulldog, he played at Copiah-Lincoln (Co-Lin) Community College for one season. This was after two seasons at Michigan State, where he only played two games against Jacksonville State and Eastern Michigan. Coming out of Stephenson High School in Stone Mountain, Georgia, Sweat was a three-star recruit who had offers from Michigan State, Vanderbilt, Cincinnati,¬†and Duke. After his two seasons at Michigan State and his one season playing at a junior college, he could have transferred to LSU, Texas A&M or Mississippi State. His road through college has been different than most of the prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft, but he’s officially here, and I think … Continue reading Scouting Report | Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State