Bailey looked impressive each offseason at camps, especially in coverage situations. He uses his hands excellently to jam the running back or TE at the line of scrimmage. The senior linebacker plays the game with a ton of aggression and has legit speed, which he uses to knife through the line of scrimmage to make stops on running plays. He looks to have gained some weight from last season which should help get off blocks. Overall, we are very impressed with Bailey’s potential to play linebacker at the next level. Bailey suffered another ACL tear, this time on his other leg. He was prime for a massive senior year, but now becomes one of the top PWO’s candidates in Georgia if no lower schools are willing to take the risk.