4.24/20 yard shuttle
11ft/ Broad Jump
38 in/ Vertical Drill
24x/ Bench Press
49 tackles, 15 for a loss, 8 sacks in 2012
Every year there is always one late round player I want the Jets to take a look at, and this year it's definitely Jayson Dimanche. There hasn't been much buzz about him in the scouting sphere (he didn't receive a combine invite), but ten teams attended his pro day, one of them being the New York Jets. I could see him going anywhere from the 5th round to being an UFA and think some team could be getting a steal, or at the very least, a solid contributor. Granted, it's hard for me to give a decent scouting report on him since the only thing I have to go by is highlight tape, so take this for what it's worth. But that tape alone show's why he deserve some serious consideration.
Experienced in playing in a 3-5 rushing from both sides, Dimanche is a fluid athlete and seemingly has good instincts. The man certainly has the athleticism and quick twitch aspect to his game you look and it pops right off the screen. Has a good speed rush and flashes a quick jump off the line. He looks like some kind of crazed, coked up chimpanzee during mating season lusting after his lady primate friend the way he closes on the QB. Also appears as if he is a good run defender, and I think he has the raw ability to turn into a good coverage backer. At 235, he obviously is gong to have to bulk up some for the pros, but he has the frame to do so without losing too much speed. With the added bulk, this should allow him to develop a bull rush also.
No off the field issue to speak off, was a team captain in 2012 and plays the game with intensity.
Here's a couple of excerpts from an interview