As a four year starter, Tim Crowder emerged as a freshman and continued to be the face of the
Crowder projects as a solid defensive end at the next level. He is a player that is very well rounded and would be well suited in a defensive line rotation. He has decent size and strength and as tons of experience against top college talent. He's athletic and productive and has good technique. He will be a solid addition for any team. Though he will not be a great addition. He's sometimes inconsistent with his production and getting off of blocks and doesn't excel in any area.
Crowder should be taken in the late 2nd round or early 3rd round as one of the top 10 defensive ends in the draft. One positive from Crowder is that he will come into camp with a chance to play early as he is a very polished prospect. He is a well rounded prospect that does everything well which should allow him to have a solid career as a professional.