The bad was that being head up over the center, Lemon would quickly disengage
from his block and become a pursuit player instead of a penetration player. It
made him resemble a middle linebacker that would butt the center, then drop back
in coverage in a perpetual Zone Blitz.
The good, was that in space, Lemon really showed his athleticism. He is terrific
in pursuit and runs extremely well for a big man... heck for any man...
With his ability to run so well and his athleticism in space, Lemon looks as
though he projects best as a "Buck" Defensive End for Coach Fabris and
Georgia. He has the size to eventually put his hand down inside and play tackle
for Coach Rodney Garner, but Lemon looks much more comfortable in space.
You can see him in action along with some of my comments on his player in this
presentation by ScoutTV*
#49 DT Michael Lemon
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