RaRa Dillworth

  • Pos LB
  • Height 6-1
  • Weight 200

Prospect Info

  • High School Glenn
  • City Kernersville, NC
  • Exp 2023 - ...

East Carolina Pirates

  • Jersey #32
  • Class JR
  • Age 20

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H.S. Scouting Report

Evaluated 03/03/2020

Charles Power
Charles Power National writer


4-7 Round Day 3


Darron Lee Kansas City Chiefs

Possesses a thin, lean frame. Has some muscle mass but very little bulk. Will need to add considerable mass to his frame to play linebacker in college, but may not top out over 220 pounds. Is one of the fastest defenders in the 2021 cycle with outstanding track times. Should perform well in combine settings. Transfers that speed over to the field, here he was highly productive as a junior. Makes plays both head-on and in pursuit. Shows good play recognition and arrives at the football quickly. Easily tracks down plays in pursuit and makes tackles behind the line of scrimmage at a high rate. Also shows the ability to cover and play in space. Looks to play with a high energy and effort level. Will need to add strength in addition to the bulk to be a full-time linebacker. Could end up as a hybrid box linebacker/safety type depending on where his size ends up once he's in college strength and conditioning program. Projects as a starter at the Power Five level with the upside of developing into a NFL Draft pick.

H.S. Athletic Background

An early enrollee who is a four-star prospect listed as the nation’s 99th-best player, the No. 6 outside linebacker and the No. 6 player in the state in the 247Sports Composite • Ranked as the nation’s 99th-best player, the No. 7 outside linebacker and the No. 6 player in the state according to Rivals • Tabbed as the nation’s 84th-best player, the No. 9 outside linebacker and the No. 5 player in the state by ESPN • A member of the ESPN 300 • An Under Armour All-America Game selection • Named to the Butkus Award watch list prior to his senior season • An SI All-America candidate prior to his senior season • Led Glenn to a 9-5 record and the third round of the playoffs as a junior • Named Conference Defensive Player of the Year • Earned All-Northwest honors • Recorded 198 tackles, five sacks, 22.5 TFL, an INT, three fumble recoveries and three blocked punts • Posted at least 20 tackles in five games • Added and INT return and two fumble returns for TDs • Originally, played running back but switched to linebacker for his sophomore season • Also competed in track and field • Coached by Antwon Stevenson.

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