The Baylor Bears season ended Saturday afternoon at Floyd Casey Stadium on a high note with a 44-34 win over Big 12 South foe Oklahoma St. The Bears capitalized on eight Cowboy turnovers and made their 38-7 halftime lead hold up to finish the season at 5-6. SicEmSports.com was there for all the...[details]
Pros: Andrews delivers powerful hits from the free safety position. He is a fine athlete who runs very well. His instincts allow him to compensate for his marginal size. He has good range with the speed and instincts to play the centerfield position well and more than capable to match up in the deep zones. He is a tough, relentless player that relishes contact. His playing strength is good and he can bring down the ball-carrier hard. He does have some return skills. In college, he was a good overall special teams player. Cons: He needs extensive weight training to get up to NFL standards. His flexibility in the hips is tight and he fails to naturally open up well to run with receivers. He is better in zone rather than man coverage. His size is a definite liability in playing special teams in the NFL. At the East-West All-Star game, he lined up on the corner after starting exclusively at safety during his Baylor career. He shows the athleticism to make the conversion, but struggled during the game. Numbers: At the Combine, he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.38 and 4.47 seconds with a 36.5" vertical jump, 10'4" broad jump. He did only seven reps in the 225-pound bench press.