He is 6'3 285 so he is not the biggest DT possible but he is getting a really nice number of sacks this year for a DT!
Stats (ESPN) http://espn.go.com/college-football/...24/jay-bromley
@Northwestern - 5 total tackles, 5 solo, 0 assisted, 1 sack
Wagner- 3 total tackles, 3 solo, 0 assisted, 2 sacks
Tulane- 2 total tackles, 1 solo, 1 assisted, 0 sacks
Clemson- 4 total tackles, 4 solo, 0 assisted, 2 sacks
@North Carolina St- 5 total tackles, 4 solo tackles, 1 assisted tackles, 1 sack
@Georgia Tech- 1 total tackle, 0 solo, 1 assisted, 0 sacks
Wake Forest- 4 total tackles, 4 solo tackles, 0 assisted, 2 sacks
Season totals 24 tackles, 21 solo, 3 assisted, 8 sacks
That is pretty dang impressive I think for a DT. Btw the Georgia Tech game statistically was his worst game and it was their worst game as a team this season also. It was the first time seeing the triple option and they got shredded.
I would love to be able to see some tape on this guy. I haven't been able to watch many 'Cuse games because I do live in the Midwest so they don't show that many of their games and also I have worked most Saturdays. I did watch the Clemson and the Northwestern game and thought he was a game changer for their defense in the middle. I wish I could find some highlights or game tapes of him to show you guys but I think he is a very underrated player.. He is projected 5-6 on CBS sports. He was projected 7-FA at the beginning of the year so he is catching their eye as well.