You got it, hoops. Athletically, he's much more similar to Collins - slightly less explosive and a little more agile than Collins, but almost identical size and speed. I didn't watch all of Van Noy's games in 2018, but I did watch most of the later games and all of the playoffs, and NE usually had him on the LOS or blitzing. On those blitzes, they ran a lot of stunts, and because of Banogu's explosion and timing, he's absolutely murder on stunts. I think he showed good instincts for what TCU asked him to do, but the off-ball stuff is projection. CK made the point that Hollins is the more obvious fit in that sense, and I have to agree, but I still favor Banogu's upside.