Senior 6’2” 209
- Good closing speed on the ball carrier
- Has quick play recognition when defending run plays
- Looks lost when the play gets behind him
- Very tight when asked to cover
- Played linebacker in college
I had a hard time finding a lot of film on Jordan Mynatt but for what I did find, he shows a lot of quickness and burst at the start of the play. He got several tackles for a loss by using his speed. He got to the ball carrier often by running past blockers. Mynatt benefited from playing against poor competition and players that could not key in on Mynatt.
Mynatt played as an outside linebacker for the Towson Tigers but according to his father, he is training with his trainer as a safety prepping for regional combines.
Mynatt shows signs of being a good tackler but lacks consistency. He does not always wrap up and at the next level that would be exposed right away. His size and acceleration will be appealing to NFL teams and scouts. Growing up as an athlete who ran track while playing football, it shows on tape. His special teams experience and overall athleticism will be key for him to make it in an NFL camp.
Round value: UDFA- Camp Invite
His size should close to ideal for a safety but his weakness is tightness in pass coverage. With his athleticism and love for the game of football, I think he can develop into and NFL player if coached into a good situation. With the saftey position evolving, Mynatt’s skill set could add depth to a team’s defensive backfield and their special teams unit.
NFL Comp: Daren Bates