He is an outstanding college football player that will have to make some adjustments when he moves to the NFL, in terms of position and responsibilities. He has been mostly an "up field player" in Nebraskaís defense, and while it would seem natural that he would fit on the NFL level as a 3-4 type rush OLB, he actually has a frame that is more like a 4-3 type DE, although he is a little light.. He is a tall, rangy guy that is somewhat high cut, while most 3-4 OLBs are more compact players.. He may need to add another 10 lbs. to his frame, but he can probably adapt to either defensive scheme. One thing is for sure, this is an intense and tough football player. He is a sideline to sideline guy. He has excellent pass rush skills, and can come off the edge or battle to the inside. He will make a lot of backside plays, and he is a terror in space. He has some problems at times if he is engaged by a big & physical OT, and although he will battle to make the play, he simply isnít big enough to have too many fist fights inside. If he is used properly on the NFL level, he will contribute in a variety of roles, such as special teams, outside pass rusher, and he will bring an intensity and toughness to a defense that coaches will love. This guy is a football player.