Dominic Iorfa, is a tall imposing,versatile (he plays right back for Ipswitch but played center back for Wolverhampton Wonderers) 20-year-old whose gangly long stride and slightly uncoordinated gait do not mask his abilities as an athletic full back, he has pace to combat the speed of any winger.
Although some consider him tall for a full back (6ft 2in), Iorfa can turn quickly enough to cover when needed.
I like that when his team switch the ball left to right he is advanced and anticipating a pass from a midfielder. In his own half, he has the attributes to be a solid defender.
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His height makes him valuable at set pieces and he knows the importance of getting distance on his headed clearances.
A Southend boy, he graduated into the Wolves first team two seasons ago and was seen close up by Roy Hodgson at an England training session.
The 22-year-old has made 93 appearances for Wolves since his debut in December 2014, having come through the youth system at Molineux.
Iorfa was also in Aidy Boothroyd’s England squad at the recent European Under-21 Championships.