All About Slamming Down QB's for Tyus Bowser

"Bowser, the Baltimore Ravens’ second-round pick, is one of the most well-rounded defenders in this draft, whether it came to crashing the edge to sack quarterbacks, dropping back to cover tight ends or chasing down running backs from behind. His ability to impact the game all over the field gives him a good chance to start opposite Terrell Suggs at outside linebacker…

“ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. raved about Bowser’s long arms, great closing speed and tremendous athleticism. At the NFL combine, he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.65 seconds (fifth-fastest among linebackers), registered a 37 1/2-inch vertical leap (led all LBs), recorded a 10-foot-7 broad jump (third among LBs) and bench-pressed 225 pounds 21 times (tied for eighth among LBs). ‘He’s one of the most underrated pass rushers in college football,’ Kiper said. ‘He’s ideal for 3-4 teams coming off the edge.’”