Correa in line to start in Baltimore?

College edge rusher Kamelei Correa has a chance to start at inside linebacker for the Ravens in his second season, what does the PFF data say about that move?

| 1 month ago
(Loren Orr, Getty Images)

(Loren Orr, Getty Images)

Correa in line to start in Baltimore?


  • Ryan Mink of BaltimoreRavens.com reports that inside linebacker Kamalei Correa sees a night and day change for himself from his rookie year, giving him the edge in the competition to start next to C.J. Mosley at inside linebacker.
  • Correa played just 49 snaps on defense in his rookie year, but 41 of those snaps came as an edge defender.
  • In preseason he split time between inside and outside linebacker, with 45 snaps on the inside, and 43 on the edge.
  • The transition to inside linebacker will be interesting to see, with Correa at his best in college as a pass rusher, with 20 sacks, 23 hits and 38 hurries between 2014 and 2015 and Boise State.

 

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| Analyst, Lead Special Teams Analyst

Gordon has worked at PFF since 2011, and now heads up the company’s special teams analysis processes. His work in-season focuses on college football, while he is also heavily involved in PFF’s NFL draft coverage.

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