During his first two seasons with the Tigers, Dorsey combined for 46 tackles, six for loss, and three sacks. As a junior last year, he earned All American honors after finishing with 64 tackles, 8.5 for loss, and three sacks. He closed out his career with another fine season, 64 tackles, 11.5 for loss, and 6.5 sacks on the year.
Dorsey is an excellent tackle prospect that can flat out dominate games. He comes off the line very quickly, and can penetrate into the backfield to disrupt plays on a consistent basis. He has the quickness and athleticism to beat lineman out of the block, and bust right by them to make plays. Dorsey also has the bulk, strength, and aggressiveness to plus the run as well. He is a tackle that can make plays all over the place, and must be accounted for on every snap.
Dorsey may be a little shorter than ideal, and it may limit his size potential at the next level. He is a good run stopper, but interior lineman in the NFL may be able to drive him off the ball at times.
Dorsey turned down the opportunity to be a first round pick last April to come back to LSU. He entered the year as a Top ten pick, and nothing he did this year changed that. He looks to be the first DT selected, and may be the first defender drafted this year.