STRENGTHS - Ryan has good height and length for the position and should be able to add bulk to his frame. He displays quick feet on his pedal and is effective at staying with his man in press coverage when he is physical at the LOS. He uses his hands effectively to fight off blocker and does a good job of staying square to his target in space. When defending the run he does a good job of keeping his feet and bringing his arms to wrap up and finish consistently.
WEAKNESSES - While Ryan displays very quick feet on his pedal he tends to sit on his heels and lose ground in transition. Too often he opens his hips up too quickly and jumps at the first move his man makes, leaving him susceptible to double moves. Once beaten off the break he doesn't display effective makeup speed and also does not show explosiveness breaking on plays in front. When he's in position to make plays he too often fails to locate the ball and allow receptions that he is capable of breaking up.
SUMMARY - While Logan Ryan clearly has a skill set that adapts itself well to the NFL level he is far from a finished product and would have been better served staying at Rutgers for his senior season. He has good height and length but needs to add another 10-15 lbs of muscle to his frame in order to better compete with the size of NFL receivers. Technique-wise he has significant improvements to make as he needs to pedal with better knee bend and his weight further forward, and learn to be more patient with his footwork. His tendency to open up early leads to him getting out of position or beaten by double moves, and he must learn to read his man's hips in order to better predict routes. He has the speed to stay with his man down-field but is not a quick twitch athlete with the burst needed to play the ball in front of him or recover effectively once beaten. Because of his competitiveness and solid tackling he could develop into an effective cover 2 CB but he does not display the instincts or elite athleticism to start at the NFL level.