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Players >> Matt Elam, SS, Ravens
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Name: Matt Elam                 Number: 26
Height: 5-10    Weight: 208
Position: SS    Pos2:
College: Florida
Born:  9/21/1991
Years Pro: 1
Drafted: Ravens, 2013 - Round 1, pick 32 [32 overall]

Strength:   51
Agility:   80
Speed:   89
Acceleration:   77
Awareness:   71
Catching:   71
Carrying:   63
Throwing Power:   21
Kicking Power:   16
Kicking Accuracy:   14
Tackling:   65
Pass Blocking:   24
Run Blocking:   41
Jumping:   66
Kick Return:   28
Trucking:   51
Elusiveness:   72
Ball-Carrier Vision:   69
Stiff Arm:   51
Spin Move:   77
Juke Move:   81
Impact Blocking:   45
Run Block Strength:   41
Run Block Footwork:   46
Pass Block Strength:   30
Pass Block Footwork:   21
Power Moves:   53
Finesse Moves:   58
Block Shedding:   58
Pursuit:   74
Play Recognition:   74
Man Coverage:   69
Zone Coverage:   50
Spectacular Catch:   53
Catch In Traffic:   45
Route Running:   55
Hit Power:   57
Press:   64
Release:   37
Throwing Accuracy Short:   10
Throwing Accuracy Medium:   7
Throwing Accuracy Deep:   7
Throw on Run:   10
Playaction:   10
Injury:   82
Stamina:   92
Toughness:   82
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 FBG 2012:  
 +/- from '12 to '13: +0
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FBG Ranking

Overall Rating Updated: 11/24/2014
Player Attributes Last Updated: 11/24/2014

PLEASE NOTE: Please Note: Attribute calculations equate to overall ratings when Overall Rating Updated date matches Attributes Updated date.


Aug 26 2014 - SS Matt Elam didn't practice due to a relatively minor leg muscle injury from the game.

Sep 16 2013 - S Matt Elam made his first NFL start, replacing veteran Michael Huff at free safety one game after Huff struggled mightily during a 49-27 loss to the Denver Broncos. "It was a great feeling to be out there for the first time," Elam said. "I felt like I did my job. I did well. I found out late in the week I was going to start. It meant a lot." Elam had five tackles, but was also flagged for pass interference. For Huff, this benching comes after being signed to a three-year, $6 million contract in March as the replacement for former NFL Defensive Player of the Year Ed Reed.

Apr 28 2013 - A closer look at the Ravens' picks: Round 1/32 - Matt Elam, S, 5-10, 210, Florida...The All-American defensive back and younger brother of NFL safety Abram Elam should provide toughness and range to a secondary that lost Ed Reed to the Houston Texans and cut Bernard Pollard. He's expected to immediately compete for a starting job at strong safety, but will also cross-train at free safety. - The Sports Xchange

Apr 28 2013 - Ravens love upside of Elam ... After not retaining free safety Ed Reed and cutting strong safety Bernard Pollard this offseason, the Ravens landed University of Florida safety Matt Elam with the final pick of the first round. The Super Bowl champions acquired a consensus All-American who recorded 78 tackles and four interceptions last season. Elam is slightly undersized at a shade under 5-10 and 210 pounds, but runs the 40-yard dash in 4.43 seconds, has a 35 1/2 inch vertical leap and bench pressed 225 pounds 17 times. "I'll bring a lot of competitiveness and a lot of energy," Elam said. "Size doesn't matter. I competed well."

Elam was the highest-ranked player available on the Ravens' draft board, outranking Notre Dame middle linebacker Manti Te'o, according to general manager Ozzie Newsome. "I've never been so excited," Newsome said. "It was fun watching him play. To watch a player on tape and play after play you say, 'Oh wow.'" - The Sports Xchange

Apr 28 2013 - Elam started 26 games the past two seasons for Florida and in his three-year collegiate career, he registered 176 total tackles, including 231/2 for losses, six interceptions, five sacks and three forced fumbles. After fielding exploratory calls about moving up or retreating out of the first round earlier Thursday, Newsome said no teams called when the Ravens were on the clock with the 32nd overall selection.

Ravens assistant general manager Eric DeCosta struck an upbeat stance regarding the remaining available players heading into the second and third round Friday. The Ravens have a pick in each round. "We're never really surprised because a lot of times teams will just draft players that we don't expect," DeCosta said. "In general, there are a lot of good players still available. We will come back in the morning and meet with the scouts and restack the board, come back with a new order of players. "There's probably 20 players, 30 players that we would be excited to get at the end of the second round. I think we have the potential to help this team, a lot of good players at a lot of different spots. I think luck will fall in our way again." - The Sports Xchange


Aug 26 2014 - SS Matt Elam didn't practice due to a relatively minor leg muscle injury from the game.


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