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Name: Hakeem Beamon (+) Sept 2021 Undisclosed INJ/Out for 2021
College: Penn State     Number: 51
Height: 6-3   Weight: 256
Position: DT  Pos2: DE
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2024

40 Low: 4.95
   40 Time: 5.06
  40 High: 5.15
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Height: 6032
Weight: 256

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...(+) Sept 2021 Undisclosed INJ/Out for 2021...2020: NAC

 Hakeem Beamon, Penn State, Player News

  Penn State had two stalwarts at defensive tackle with PJ Mustipher and Antonio Shelton both starting all nine games last season. Mustipher returns, but Shelton entered the transfer portal in the offseason and will play his final year of eligibility at Florida. Now the team will have to find a new starter on the interior who can pair well with Mustipher - and potentially help him reach greater heights. No player is in a better position to fill the void left by Shelton than redshirt sophomore Hakeem Beamon. Beamon appeared in all eight games last season and flashed upside as a pass rusher from the interior and even some ability on the outside as a defensive end if necessary.

The redshirt sophomore has good height at 6-foot-3 but is slightly undersized at 273 pounds. That size isn't as much of a disadvantage in the passing game, where he uses his athleticism to get to the quarterback and collapse the pocket. He can get by bigger guards and centers with his quickness and rush moves. The defensive tackle gets inside the grip of linemen and doesn't allow them to get their hands on him - where he's at a disadvantage because he has less strength than bulkier defensive tackles. Instead, he uses his quickness and explosive first step to create pressure up the middle, dismantling the pocket from the inside. - Centre Times

(DS#999 DT) rJr/2024 DT Hakeem BeamonPenn State
News Source: Centre Times
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