Player Page

Deshazor Everett | Cornerback

Team: Texas A&M Aggies
Age / DOB:  (22) / 2/22/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 185

Latest News

Recent News

Texas A&M senior CB Deshazor Everett was injured against ULL and left the field with his right arm in a sling.
The Aggies' defense started off much better than they performed in 2013, but they have tapered off considerably. No further details have been disclosed on Everett's injury at this time. Nov 4 - 11:12 AM

Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days


Player News

Date:

Texas A&M senior CB Deshazor Everett vindicated NFL scouts' opinions that he's an undrafted free agent prospect this past weekend versus Alabama, according to TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.

Everett collected a career-high 73 tackles last season and has 16 passes broken up and three defensive touchdowns over the past two years. "Everett receives a lot of mention in outside circles but entering the season scouts stamped him as a free agent prospect," Pauline wrote. "And the scouts were proven correct this weekend. Everett looked intimated against Alabama and was beaten badly by Amari Cooper, the Tides premiere receiver. Everett gave up underneath receptions, crossing routes and was constantly playing catch-up. In the end it was a free agent performance from Everett." CBS Sports' Rob Rang wrote in August that Everett "may struggle to find a niche in the NFL" because he "does not possess ideal agility or acceleration for cornerback and is overly reliant on hits - rather than form tackling - to make open-field stops."
Oct 21 - 7:55 PM

Texas A&M senior CB Deshazor Everett "may struggle to find a niche in the NFL" despite his collegiate productivity, writes CBS Sports' Rob Rang.

Everett collected a career-high 73 tackles last season and has 16 passes broken up and three defensive touchdowns over the past two years. "While Everett's production is impressive, he may struggle to find a niche in the NFL," Rang wrote. "Everett is a bit of a jack-of-all-trades type, as he does not possess ideal agility or acceleration for cornerback and is overly reliant on hits - rather than form tackling - to make open-field stops. Everett has a high back pedal and is much better when facing the quarterback. He is aggressive to bite on underneath routes (which has helped him pad his numbers) but leaves himself vulnerable to double-moves. He will lower his shoulder to flash physicality but needs to show more urgency in fighting through blocks and in his pursuit angles."
Source: CBS Sports
Aug 26 - 4:55 PM

Texas A&M's defense has allowed 6.16 yards per play through the first two games of the season.

The Aggies opened against Rice and played Sam Houston State last week, so this total is quite high. It is worth noting that Texas A&M played 11 freshman during the opener and expect to return around five starters this week against Alabama. We expect those players to be a bit rusty, but it isn't like Alabama's offense blew out Virginia Tech during their opener, either.
Wed, Sep 11, 2013 11:43:00 AM

Six players were ejected for targeting during college football's opening weekend.

NCAA coordinator of officials Rogers Redding said "the early returns seem to indicate there was not an uptick in the number of penalties called for targeting compared to last season" despite officials emphasizing the rule this offseason. Tulane cornerback Lorenzo Doss, Oregon cornerback Terrance Mitchell, Texas A&M cornerback Deshazor Everett, California defensive lineman Chris McCain and Indiana State defensive back Carlos Aviles were players ejected for targeting. Colorado State linebacker C.J. James had his penalty overturned after a video review.
Tue, Sep 3, 2013 08:36:00 AM

Texas A&M junior CB Deshazor Everett was sent off in the fourth quarter against Rice for targeting.

We disagree with the call, as did A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin, who challenged the ruling. Everett hit a Rice receiver on a crossing route in the chest area after said receiver tipped a pass. The junior corner was suspended for the first half against Rice, and will now miss the first half against Sam Houston State due to NCAA rules.
Sat, Aug 31, 2013 04:28:00 PM

Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin has suspended starting junior CB Deshazor Everett for the first half of the season opener against Rice.

Everett, along with junior safety Floyd Raven, had been indefinitely suspended following an arrest in May for their involvement in a fight outside of a bar. The two defensive backs allegedly beat on two other men and a Chevy Tahoe. The Aggies were ultimately charged with two counts each of assault causing bodily injury. Everett started 12 games in 2012.
Source: ESPN
Sun, Aug 25, 2013 01:54:00 PM