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Dominique Easley | Defensive Lineman

Team: Florida Gators
Age / DOB:  (22) / 2/24/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 280

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Patriots selected Florida DT Dominique Easley with the No. 29 overall pick in the NFL draft.
Easley (6-foot-1 3/4, 288) tore both of his ACLs at UF, with the latest coming last September to end his college career. Rotoworld draft guru Josh Norris considers Easley a top-five talent on tape. A violent, quick-twitch three technique, Easley's best season was 2012, when he racked up 8.5 tackles for loss and four sacks in 11 games. Coming out of high school in 2011, Easley was Rivals' No. 7 player in the entire country. He'll be a plus NFL starter if his health cooperates. Easley should be quick to push for playing time next to NT Vince Wilfork. New England's biggest 2013 weakness was its interior defensive line. May 8 - 11:27 PM

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NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports that he "heard from two top scouts" that Florida DT Dominique Easley could go in the first-round.

"Heard from 2 top scouts who believe Florida DT Dominique Easley goes in 1st round, even with torn ACL. Would be a shocker…but he’s a beast," Rapoport tweeted. Interesting to note that Easley's medical report just came back positive, which was a great sign for interested teams. Teams that have had reported interest in Easley, drafting in the back end of the first: Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots and the San Fransisco 49ers.
Apr 30 - 4:20 PM

Florida DT Dominique Easley's medical exams "turned out well," according to Cowboys writer Bryan Broaddus.

Easley's "rehab has been positive and is making progress to be ready at some point during training camp," Broaddus tweeted. Possibly returning to the field in training camp is huge news for the super talented defensive tackle. Easley suffered is second torn ACL (one in each knee) last September, but he is a top five talent according to Rotoworld's Josh Norris.
Apr 30 - 9:31 AM

Florida DT Dominique Easley made his debut at No. 5 in NFL Media draft analyst Mike Mayock's DT rankings.

Easley replaces Daniel McCullers (Tennessee) on the list. Timmy Jernigan (Florida State) and Louis Nix (Notre Dame) both fell one spot, to Nos. 3 and 4 respectively, to accommodate Ra'Shede Hageman's (Minnesota) jump to No. 2, behind Pitt's Aaron Donald. Josh Norris is the highest of anyone in the industry on Easley, ranking him as the No. 4 overall prospect in this class.
Source: NFL.com
Apr 28 - 9:31 PM

The National Football Post's Aaron Wilson reports that Florida DT Dominique Easley is visiting the St. Louis Rams on Monday, and the New England Patriots on Tuesday.

Roughly 17 NFL teams were present for Easley's recent workout at the University of Florida, where he was able to impress evaluators. At the moment, Easley is about 80 percent healed from a torn ACL and meniscus in his right knee, which he injured back in September. Easley is drawing interest from the Dallas Cowboys, Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears, New England Patriots, San Fransisco 49ers and the St. Louis Rams. Easley will most likely have his name called on the second day of the draft.
Apr 21 - 4:13 PM

Draft insider Tony Pauline reports that Florida DT Dominique Easley is drawing interest from the Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears, New England Patriots and the San Fransisco 49ers.

Pauline mentioned that "more than a dozen teams" were on hand for Easley's pro-day and some teams are calling Easley "a second round pick" in this years draft. Easley ran through his position drills in about 40 minutes. Pauline has Easley rated as a third round pick. Moving forward, Easley has now shown teams he is largely recovered from his second ACL tear from last September. Easley will start visiting teams after Sunday and will have a great opportunity to impress teams even further.
Apr 17 - 2:54 PM

CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes Florida DT Dominique Easley's workout "is crucial to his draft projection."

"NFL Scouts want to see if he can still plant, redirect and be explosive," Brugler tweeted. Easley will get an opportunity to work out in front of NFL Scouts today and show that he is healthy after tearing his ACL in September. The disruptive pass-rusher also tore his left ACL in 2011, but given the circumstances, he was quite productive coming off his previous injury. After today's workout, evaluators will no where Easley stands on their draft board. Our own Josh Norris still believes Easley is a top 10 talent in this years draft.
Apr 17 - 11:03 AM

The Cowboys used one of their 30 visits to host Florida DT Dominique Easley, according to Bryan Broaddus.

Per Broaddus, Easley's medical recheck is scheduled to take place in late April, but the Cowboys got a jump on his development thanks to the visit. We still consider Easley a top 10 talent due to his disruptive ability from the interior. Teams could see him as a one or three technique. Easley is recovering from a second torn ACL, one in each knee.
Apr 16 - 11:29 AM

Cowboys.com writer Bryan Broaddus has heard Florida DT Dominique Easley's medical re-checks will take place in late April.

Easley is a section favorite despite two torn ACLs, the latest of which occurred in late September. The medical checks will be a pivotal piece to his evaluation, which could allow Easley to land in the early part of the second-round or later. If healthy, Easley looked like a top 10 talent as an interior disruptor.
Apr 3 - 3:08 PM

Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay believes Florida DT Dominique Easley has the highest upside among trench prospects due to value.

In fact, McShay believes teams can get Easley in the fourth-round. "When you look at him, he has a chance to be a dominant three technique," McShay began. "He plays with great passion, an explosive first step, I thought he got violent with his hands this year." McShay went on to compare Easley's draft process to Arthur Jones, who ultimately was selected in the fifth-round have lower body injuries. Rotoworld's Josh Norris continues to list Easley as a top-10 prospect in this class.
Source: ESPN
Mar 28 - 9:02 AM

Draft insider Tony Pauline noted that Florida DT Dominique Easley did not work out at Florida's recent Pro Day and plans "a mid-to-late April workout."

Easley could easily be a top-10 pick in this years draft, unfortunately he now has two ACL tears on his resume to opposite knees. After Easley tore his left ACL in 2011, he rebounded nicely and played at a high level. Easley ruptured the ACL in his right knee back in September. Rotoworld's Josh Norris has Easley ranked at No.8 on his Top 100, and believes he could still be a top-40 pick like Cornelius "Tank" Carradine. Norris has compared Easley's skill set to Jay Ratliff and Earl Mitchell.
Mar 17 - 1:16 PM

Florida DT Dominique Easley could be a "mid-round steal," according to Scout Inc.'s Todd McShay.

McShay came away from a film session of Easley's work against Tennessee and Miami singing the praises of the gifted interior lineman. "Talk about sudden and explosive," tweeted McShay. "Left it all on field. Knee injuries will cause slip but could be mid-round steal." Easley ruptured the ACL in his right knee back in September and tore his left ACL in 2011. When healthy, Easley typically sets up camp on the opposition's side of the line of scrimmage.
Mar 9 - 10:13 PM

Senior DT Dominique Easley will work with a trainer in Boca Raton, Fla., beginning Dec. 1 to prepare for the NFL Draft.

Easley, who withdrew from Florida earlier this month, ruptured the ACL in his right knee back in September. Easley tore his left ACL in 2011. "He'll have plenty of interest," Florida coach Will Muschamp said in September. "He'll be a productive guy on the next level. He's a really good football player. He's extremely intelligent. He gets the game. His tape speaks for itself and how he plays the game and approaches the game. He'll be fine. There will be a lot of organizations that want him in their organization."
Mon, Nov 11, 2013 09:55:00 PM

Senior DT Dominique Easley has withdrawn from Florida to begin his NFL draft preparation, according to Neil Stratton.

Easley has reportedly signed with Tom Santanello of Elevate Football. This decision is not out of the ordinary for an injured prospect in his final season of college football, and Easley will probably receive great attention during his rehab process from a second major knee injury. We absolutely love his game from the 1 or 3 technique. He makes a living disrupting opponents' plans on their side of the line of scrimmage.
Wed, Nov 6, 2013 03:37:00 PM

Draft insider Tony Pauline noted he never considered Florida senior DT Dominique Easley a top 75 selection.

Pauline seemed most concerned about Easley's size, which is likely around 6'2/285 pounds, and wondered where he would fit. The draft insider also noted that Easley was given a seventh-round grade by scouting services entering this season, which is a shock to us. We think Easley fits exactly what the NFL wants now: an upfield presence that disrupts with quickness and strong hands. He could be an Earl Mitchell or Jay Ratliff type.
Wed, Oct 2, 2013 04:03:00 PM