I am not sure why he is considered one dimensional when he has a nasty cross move across the face of OL to explode inside. And he clearly shows the ability to explode wide. Throw in some spin moves and he isn’t your typical ” project”.
What makes him raw is his lack of consistency.
I have seen many, many edge rushers drafted that are one trick ponies, but Tryon isn’t that type of player. The risk with Tryon is that he doesn’t consistently dominate relative his athletic gifts.
Anthony Barr is a good comparison because people didn’t expect him to contribute as a rookie but he did.
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