Andrew Booth Jr

Andrew Booth Jr

Measurements
  • Height
    6000
  • Hand
    9 3/8
  • VJ
  • Weight
    194lbs
  • Arm
    31 1/2
  • Speed
CB Combine Averages
  • Height
    5113
  • Hand
    9 1/4
  • VJ
    37
  • Weight
    192lbs
  • Arm
    31 1/2
  • Speed
    4.49
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Andrew Booth Jr
  • Overall Rank
    18
  • Position Rank
    3
  • Position
    CB
  • Age
    21.7 Years
  • Team
    CLEMSON

Stats

Year Games Played Tackles PBUs Yds/Cov Snap Sacks Misc. Stats
2019 13 4 0 0.33 0 0 TFL
2020 10 27 4 0.83 1 4 TFL
2021 11 37 5 1.05 0 2 TFL

Build

Does he have prototype size? What is body type? What is growth potential?

Andrew Booth Jr. is a well-built athlete with adequate length for his size. He remained healthy throughout his three-year career at Clemson.

  • Size
    6
  • Length
    6
  • Frame/Durability
    8
Grade 6.7

Mental

Is he instinctual? Does he play with urgency?

A combination of fast processing and above the line instincts enables him to play fast and trust his eyes. He does not hesitate once his read is made and reacts with outstanding burst. Provides a spark to his defense and the sideline with energy and competitiveness. Booth Jr. did display a lack of judgment with an ejection in his sophomore season for punching a Louisville player after the whistle.

  • Toughness
    8
  • Instincts
    7
  • Effort/Motor
    8
Grade 7.7

Athleticism

Does he have the athletic traits you want?

Andrew Booth Jr. is an explosive athlete with quick twitch and adequate COD. He is a blur coming downhill with outstanding strength and physicality at the block and tackle point. His flexibility and bend support his explosiveness at the breakpoint although he does lose control when his feet are not under him. He has above the line long speed to regain position or stay on top deep down the field. At the catch point, his outstanding ball skills and leaping ability create acrobatic interceptions and PBUs.

  • Explosiveness
    8
  • Speed
    7
  • Body Control
    5
  • Flexibility/Bend
    8
  • Change of Direction
    6
  • Play Strength
    8
Grade 7.0

Technical

Does he have a refined skill set? Is he a projection or is his game developed enough to contribute early?

He is a consistent tackler in the open field: he rarely stops his feet and often takes the correct angle. He played a majority of reps in two high zone schemes that catered to his quick processing and burst out of his breaks. He plays with a low pad level and has fluid hips to redirect. He loses balance when he hops into breaks and steps outside of his frame. In press man, he matches receivers well with quick feet to stay on top of most outside releases. Reliance on his inch technique without shooting his hands leaves him vulnerable to inside releases. He is willing and dependable in run support - does not shy away from contact.

  • Hip Fluidity
    6
  • Burst to Close
    8
  • Plant and Drive
    7
  • Run Support
    7
  • Cover Ability
    6
  • Twitch/Suddenness
    7
  • Backpedal
    6
  • Ball Skills
    8
Grade 6.9

Grading Scale

  • 10
    Rare
  • 9
    Elite
  • 8
    Outstanding
  • 7
    Above the Line
  • 6
    Adequate
  • 5
    Average
  • 4
    Limited
  • 3
    Poor
  • 2
    Deficient
  • 1
    Reject

Summary

What role does he play? What is his initial projection?
Andrew Booth Jr. was a five-star CB and top 50 ranked player entering college football. He was awarded First and Second Team All-ACC honors and selected for an All-ACC Academic Team in his three-year career at Clemson. He is an aggressive and explosive athlete with the energy and competitiveness to fuel a defense. With processing, acceleration, and speed, he wrecks blocks for quick screens, runs through ball carriers, and stays on top in man coverage. He is patient in press and off man but could use hands at the LOS more often to disrupt timing. He possesses WR-like ball skills with outstanding leaping ability to meet the ball at its highest point. His technique in press and at the breakpoint in the zone is inconsistent but has the tools to refine these aspects of his game. Booth Jr. is not a finished product but is an instinctive athlete with a high motor. His aggression, burst, and want-to as a tackler give him the flexibility to play as both an outside corner and disruptive force in the slot for a zone or man team with cornerback needs in the mid to late first round.

Film Watched

  • iconBest Game
  • v Georgia
  • Jan - 01 - 1970
  • Best display of Booth Jr.’s explosive athleticism, coverage technique, and energy.
  • iconWorst Game
  • AT NC State
  • Jan - 01 - 1970
  • Beat for two redzone touchdowns on a fade and glance. Lost balance at the breakpoint in zone coverage.
Best Trait
Explosiveness
Pro Comparison
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