New NFL coaches will change the 2015 NFL Draft
New coaches mean new schemes. Danny Kelly takes a look at how that will impact the draft process for general managers in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver and New York
23 career starts at UM.
7.0 sacks (5 in 2014), 129 tackles, 15 TFL, in 38 career games.
Came to UM as an undersized 190 pound LB who looked like he might be converted to S. But now he checks in at 6'3 241.
Was not highly recruited (0 stars) coming out of H.S. but rapidly worked his way up the depth charts in Coral Gables.
Runs about a 4.6 - 4.7 40.
Has played in multiple fronts as both a base OLB and a pass rusher on the edge.
Produced several big plays this last season for UM, particularly early on (highlights below):
But as the season went on saw his playing time reduced, with the emergence of younger players Raphael Kirby and particularly Jermaine Grace.
Was his drop off in production as the season progressed merely a factor of being used less?
Is he athletic enough to make an NFL roster?
Let's break it down and look at where he might end up come draft time.