40 time: 4.71
Overview: One of the many prospects who returned for their super senior year, Goode is looking to follow in the footsteps of his father, James Goode, who was drafted in the fifth round in 1991. Cameron struggled through multiple major injuries early in his career, including season-ending injuries in 2017 and 2018. He finally managed to reach full health in 2019 and put up the most productive season of his career. He's a bit of a tweener stylistically, but his resume is a solid one.
Strengths: Polished pass-rusher with a wide arsenal of moves available to him. Powerful tackler who can finish by himself. Bend has some promising moments, especially once he softens the edge with his hands. Creative with stringing his counters together. Quality length plays a role in his ability to shed blocks. Good lateral agility. Long strider who has intriguing build-up speed.
Weaknesses: Odd body type with long and thin legs. Doesn't have enough sand in his pants to anchor down in the run game and hold his ground. Lacks natural coverage ability and will likely play a designated pass-rusher role as a rookie. Balance and adjustability are questionable. Not an overly powerful or explosive pass-rusher and will be reliant on his technique and motor to win in the NFL. Gets lost too often and struggles to find the ball in the run game.
Pro Comp: James Hearns, Retired -- Goode's hand usage and reliability as a tackler will interest teams, but he will need to provide special teams value to comfortably make a roster. If not, he could flame out fairly quickly as a pro.