New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-05-01 12:50:00 –
Tyler Shelvin became the second LSU opt-out to land the NFL roster in the 2021 draft, with yet another former Tiger landing when Bengals chose Defensive Harness in the fourth round.
He joined former teammates Joe Burrow, Thaddeus Moss and Jammer Chase (5th draft in 2021) in Cincinnati. Bengals chose another Louisiana product for the Tulane cam sample early in the round.
Lafayette’s native is the fourth-chosen Tigers player in the 2021 draft, a wide receiver terrace marshall to Chase, Carolina Panthers in the second round, and a linebacker to the Cowboys in the fourth round. It is lined up with Brill Cox.
Shelvin was promoted to the lead in the 2019 title campaign alongside LSU’s Defensive Line, starting 13 games and recording 39 tackles, including 3 tackles.
He announced that he would opt out for a coronavirus pandemic before the start of the 2020 season, but was reportedly on the verge of returning. Eventually he decided to opt out and said he would prepare for the 2021 NFL draft.
NFL analyst Lance Zarrain described Shelvin as “a nose tackle that eats blocks with girth, power, and leverage, and acts as a tree stump for running.”
Shelvin signed with the Minnesota Vikings before the 2020 season, but was compared to Michael Pierce of the NFL Defensive Harness, who opted out for a pandemic.
“”[Shelvin] It can be inconsistent when controlling and deleting a single block in a timely manner. It will benefit from better conditioning to improve both stout and agility, “said Zahrain. It adds value to the team trying to tighten to counter the run. “
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