In an effort to provide you as much information as possible when it comes to the top edge-rushers in the 2017 draft class, I am currently putting together as many sack compilation videos as I can between now and the end of April and especially when it comes to players who the Pittsburgh Steelers might select in the first two rounds. While I won’t be able to track down every career college sack for every top player that I highlight in this series, I should be able to find a good majority of them for you to examine.
In this compilation video, we’ll look at Stanford defensive lineman/edge rusher Solomon Thomas and it’s a perfect time to do so with Josh Carney posting his profile of him earlier in the day.
Thomas is an interesting player as some believe he might could drop some weight and fit as an outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense while others firmly believe he’s best suited to play in a 4-3 front. Regardless, he is a very fun player to watch and one who will likely be drafted somewhere in the first round.
Thomas registered 11.5 total sacks in the 27 games that he played in at Stanford dating back to 2015. While I was unable to track down all his sacks, I did manage to find 9 of them.
Please note that a few of the quarterback take-downs in this video went down as half-sacks and in fact, he had five of those, according to his game stats. Several are included in this video and shouldn’t be hard to identify.
Please notice the quality of each sack in addition the amount of time from snap to tackle and feel free to comment on Thomas’ sack compilation below.
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