Gerald Sensabaugh
S | (6'0", 214, 4.49) | North Carolina

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Overall: Sensabaugh attended Eastern Tennessee State the first three seasons of his collegiate career and he was named a Division I-AA All-American in 2003. Eastern Tennessee State terminated its football program following that season so Sensabaugh transferred to North Carolina in 2004 and wound up leading the Tar Heels in tackles. Sensabaugh is a late-bloomer with a lot of upside. Following his breakout season as a senior at UNC, he showed up in terrific shape at the combine and ran an excellent 40-time (4.49) for his size. Sensabaugh, who once blocked three kicks in one game at E. Tenn. State, also had one of the best vertical jumps of the week with 46 inches. He will need to improve his recognition skills and feet in order to better match up at the SS position in the NFL. However, he has a great combination of size, strength and speed and he ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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