Las Vegas Raiders Scouting Report: Defensive End Carl Nassib
By Matt Holder
Stats, Combine Numbers, Injuries, Scheme Fits, Best/Worst Traits
Has seen an increase in pass rush production since signing with Tampa Bay and his total tackles have been fairly stagnant since 2017. Saw a big jump from his rookie to second-year. All stats are provided by Pro Football Reference.
2016: 20 total tackles, 2 TFLs, 2.5 sacks, 7 QB hits.
2017: 32 total tackles, 9 TFLs, 3 sacks, 8 QB hits.
2018: 29 tackles, 12 TFLs, 6.5 sacks, 14 QB hits.
2019: 34 total tackles, 8 TFLs, 6 sacks, 11 QB hits.
Weight: 277 lbs
40 Yard Dash: 4.84
10 Yard Split: 1.62
Pro Shuttle: 4.37
Broad Jump: 906
Bench Reps: 21
2019: Groin injury – 2 games missed.
2018: Elbow – no games missed, Shoulder – 1 game missed.
2017: No injuries.
2016: Broken hand – 2 games missed, Calf injury – missed minicamp.
2015 (college): Undisclosed injury – no games missed.
He can play anywhere from a 4-technique defensive end to a standup outside linebacker in a 3/4 system, and anywhere from a 4 to a 6-technique defensive end in a 4/3 system.
For the Raiders, Nassib should fit nicely as a strong-side defensive end in defensive coordinator Paul Guenther’s scheme.
- Upfield Burst
- Competitive Toughness
- Run Defense against pullers
- Bend and Athletic Ability as a Pass Rusher
- Consistency with Use of Hands