London was one of the top defenders in his region and a sack leader in Class 3A. He’s long active body who has very good pass-rush instincts and uses hands well to get off blocks. London’s lack of recruitment is interesting. He doesn’t have elite speed coming off the edge, but one of the better producers at the position in the state of Georgia. London’s motor is special, and one reason for his great production last season. He will line up at DL, but break into a full spring down field to make a tackle. His pursuit is excellent and he takes high IQ angles closing on the ball carrier. Some of his best games came against Islands and Jenkins last fall. London does need to drive his legs through the tackle, and get lower on his attempts. There are definitely a lot of sequences where London is left unblocked, so college scouts might take that as more opportunistic moments than talent, but London has been consistent, and we suspect much of the same in 2021.