Jordan Diggs NFL Draft

School:  South Carolina
College Experience: Senior
Height/Weight: 6’0″ / 210
All-Star Invite: N/A
Twitter: @ItsYoung4_2

40 YARD DASH TIME :: 4.75
225 BENCH REPS :: 13

3-CONE ::

2016 Harold White GPA Award – Defense
2015 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2015 Most Improved Safety of the Spring
2014 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2014 Most Improved Spur of the Spring
2013 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll

2016: Fifth-year senior defensive back who logged 25 tackles in 13 games, with one start… posted six tackles (four solo) and a pass breakup at Mississippi State… collected three tackles at Kentucky… posted two tackles, including one tackle for loss and forced a fumble against Texas A&M… made three tackles in the win over Tennessee… credited with three tackles against Florida… did not participate in spring drills while rehabbing from offseason shoulder surgery… earned the Harold White GPA Award in the spring.

2015: Started 10 of 12 games at strong safety after making the conversion from Spur in the spring… ranked fifth on the team with 48 tackles… had four tackles and his first career interception against North Carolina… made three solo stops and forced a fumble against Kentucky… logged a season-high seven tackles at Georgia… had five stops including a half tackle for loss at Missouri… matched his season-high with seven tackles at LSU and added six stops against Vanderbilt… collected six tackles at Texas A&M… did not start at Tennessee or versus The Citadel… notched six stops against Clemson… named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll… garnered Most Improved Safety honors in the spring.

2014: Redshirt sophomore who played in all 13 games with a pair of starts… tied for sixth on the squad with 37 tackles… tied for the team lead with 2.0 sacks and tied for second on the squad with 5.0 tackles for loss… recorded six tackles, including five solo stops, in the season opener against Texas A&M… started versus East Carolina and Georgia… recorded four tackles including a half a tackle for loss at Auburn… collected a career best nine tackles, including one for loss, versus Tennessee… forced and recovered a fumble on what would have been a third down conversion deep in Carolina territory in an overtime win at Florida… totaled three solo stops with a sack against South Alabama, the first of his career… had 2.0 tackles for loss including a sacks in the Independence Bowl win over Miami… named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll… selected as the Most Improved Spur during the spring.

2013: Backup Spur who played in all 13 games, logging 25 tackles… credited with 4.0 tackles for loss, one pass breakup and two quarterback hurries… had a tackle for loss in the opener against North Carolina and another against Vanderbilt… credited with a tackle for loss, a pass breakup and a quarterback hurry at Tennessee… had a tackle for loss against Mississippi State… started the bowl game against Wisconsin and recorded a then career-high six tackles, including four solo stops… a member of the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.

2012: Played in two early contests, getting in against East Carolina and UAB… logged five tackles including a tackle for loss… sat out the remainder of the year due to a left calf strain… petitioned for a medical redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Collected 63 tackles during his senior campaign at Island Coast High School in Cape Coral, Fla., graduating in 2012… selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Game… named to the Super 75 list by the Florida Times-Union and to the Super 120 by the Mobile (Ala.) Register… as a junior, logged 53 solo tackles, two forced fumbles, two interceptions and a sack… also played quarterback in the wildcat offense and wide receiver… earned first-team All-Area accolades by the News-Press… played on both sides of the ball as a sophomore, logging 62 tackles and three interceptions, while catching 15 passes for 201 yards and three scores… was a four-star prospect, the 11th-best safety in the country and the 39th-best player in the state of Florida by… was a three-star prospect and the nation’s 27th-best safety by… a four-star recruit, the 17th-best safety and the 45th-best player in the state according to… a four-star recruit, the 17th-best safety and the 43rd-best player in the state by… selected Carolina over Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Nebraska and Michigan State.

PERSONAL: JJordan Michael Diggs was born Sept. 28, 1993… father, Shed, played linebacker for Carolina from 1984-87… both performed in No. 42… is an interdisciplinary studies major who graduated in May of 2016.

Diggs grew up in a football family watching his brothers play the game. He followed in his father, Shed, who played linebacker for South Carolina from 1984-87. Diggs jokes that his dad remains confident he is still the best amongst the family.

With great size 6-foot-0 and 210 pounds, Diggs is solid in the box and plays with passion. He brings a positive vibe to the defensive unit. Good fundamental football skills with a solid build. He plays smart and is aggressive in run support.

Well-respected with good work ethics. He is a banger type safety with limitations in coverage. Diggs excels near the line of scrimmage taking good angles and shows the do-it-all to make the tackle.

Diggs has the mental makeup and toughness to get a look in the later round of the NFL Draft. Legitimate shot to make it on the 53-man roster and has CFL qualities.

This is an unofficial and independent source of news and information not affiliated with any team(s) or the National Football League (NFL).

Skip to toolbar