In one season, Mack Brown has managed to make the Tar Heels a relevant college football program again. North Carolina has a history of producing talent on both sides of the ball for the NFL. Myles Dorn is a Tar Heel that will get a chance to hear his name called over the NFL draft weekend.
Dorn does a great job reading the play and being able to make the tackle. Dorn is able to fill the rushing lane and stop the run. Dorn does a good job of allowing the play to develop and come to him. Another facet of Dorn’s game that I like is the way he seems to follow the eyes of the quarterback and will make a play on the ball. When he is able to make the tackle, Dorn is very solid and does not have many problems in doing so.
An area that needs improvement is his speed. Dorn has to use his instincts because his speed does not allow him to play catchup. At times, Dorn is a bit overaggressive and it can come back to haunt him, when he gives up big plays.
I like Dorn’s instincts and his ability to diagnosis the play. The problem is his speed and being too aggressive. I like for Dorn to go in the mid-fifth to early sixth round. The possibility exist that Dorn could move up depending on how his pro day goes.