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1997- Finished his career as one of the top DL’s in school history...became the 6th
1997- 38 UT...9 AT...47 TT...12/77 sacks/yd...22/110 TFL/yds...1996- 48 UT...15 AT...63 TT...12/90 sack/yd...21/115TFL/yd...1 Int...1995- 23 UT...16 AT...39 TT...1/3 sack/yd...5/18 TFL/yd...1994- 10 UT...13 AT...23 TT...1/2 sack/yd...2/6 TFL/yd.
He has a good athletic background and even started his career at Stanford as an OLB. Two year starter and all Pac 10 and finished the 1997 season with 47 tackles, 22 TFLs and 23 sacs. He is an outstanding AA and he is coming off a tremendous workout at the Indy Combine where he had a VJ of 34 1/2" and an unheard of SS of 3.93 while also running an outstanding 40 time of 4.69. He has great quickness and body control and shows outstanding COD and overall movement. He is an edge rusher type player that excels in space when he can use his speed and AA. He is a good effort guy that will work to finish a play and chases down a lot of back side plays. He is not a big physical DE and is out of place inside when he has to get in physical matchups. He struggles at times to get off blocks and is not very physical at the POA and is much better as a pass rusher than run stuffer. Does not do a great job inside of mixing it up. Would fit in perfectly as a pure 4-3 DE (Simeon Rice) or a rush 34 OLB (Derrick Thomas). If used properly, he could be a very exciting player and he has all the qualities to develop into a productive NFL pass rusher.
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