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Maurice Hurst played on a veteran line for most of his college career, so he didn’t have the opportunity to start until 2017.
Best Position Fit
Exceptional quickness off the line of scrimmage. Flashes the ability to shed blocks.
He will need to add some mass and get stronger to avoid the tweener label. He can at times struggle against larger, powerful offensive linemen. In run defense, if his speed doesn’t win off the ball, then his strength can be a weakness. his technique needs a lot of improvement.
Maurice Hurst generates production from his speed and get-off. He could grow into a three-down lineman, but he needs to add some mass. He flashes some ability, but he is not consistent enough. Displays the athleticism of a nose tackle. However, he is not playing 0-technique in the NFL at 280 pounds. He will probably end up as a 3-technique in a 43 base.