The bottom line on Tyson is that he is an athlete and could project to more then one position at the college level. On the offensive side of the ball, Tyson can play as a receiver and running back. He has a wonderful athletic frame and could really develop into a well-rounded player at the outside linebacker position also. He moves well and is capable of being in on a play anywhere on the field. He impresses you with ability to get over the top of blocks. He will rip through blockers and uses his hands to shed. He is also very quick with his motion in making a move and going. Tyson is a very physical player. He will run up, lower his shoulder, take on lead blockers and hold his own every time. He can step up and engage and shed from blockers. He can sift through the wash to play sideline to sideline. He has good speed and takes good angles to the ball. He is a good tackler and changes directions well while bursting to the ball carrier. He has the ability to get turned and drop into coverage and play in space. His size and athletic ability should allow him to turn and run with running backs and tight ends in man situations. His ability to work around blocks and use his hands should allow him to bring some pressure as a blitzer from the outside. Tyson still has his best days ahead of him as he continues to grow and develop. Tyson has great versatility which makes him a top prospect.