Look. I'm not the biggest fan of this guy. I didn't know much about him, and I felt that was unfair of me to judge him based on what I've heard about him. So over the past few days, I've watched a solid hour to 90 minutes of his film several times through, and I'd like to write down a few notes on how I feel about him. And I wasn't just watching highlight reels, I was watching plain ol' game tape. I'd love some input for you draft God's that know much more about him than I do. -He seems to get better as the game goes along. Almost like the offensive linemen are worn down and he's full of juice still. -Except for a handful of plays, he is unblockable one-on-one. He almost required a double team on every play that I watched. On the plays where he was one-on-one with an offensive lineman, he easily collapsed the pocket with a bull rush, often forcing mis-timed or errant throws, a few of which were intercepted. -He holds his ground well against the double team, and I was shocked to see him tackling ball-carriers outside of his gap responsibility just because he's so damned long. When he gets ahold of a runner, 8/10 times, they go down, and often backwards. -He's got very active hands, getting them up into the air when he sees the QB set up to throw. Made a one handed circus catch interception. Was very cool to watch. -He seems relentless in his pursuit, and does not give up when initially beat. Looks to be a very high-motor, well conditioned athlete with room to grow. He could end up 340lbs with the same athleticism that he's got right now. Almost like a 2-inch taller Haloti Ngata with 10 more pounds of muscle. -Has a swim move and a counter spin, but it seems like he often uses them one right after another, and they definitely need development and polish, but the intuition or natural urge to use them at the right moment are there. -Very, very long arms. He's got a very good tackling technique. He wraps up and spins the player down, and on more than one occasion saved a 3rd down conversion because of this technique. Can block field goals. -Not susceptible to the cut block, and on 2 seperate occasions jumped back at the last second, putting the offensive lineman on their stomach, and continued pursuit. -He occasionally overpursued on his pass-rush, almost taking himself out of the play when he runs a stunt to the outside matching up against the tackle. Tackles seemed to just ride him out of the play. -Seemed to drop his head to look at his feet real quick after engaging his man. I didn't like that. Granted, he picked his head back up, but that would need to be coached out of him. -He knows the knuckle trick well. For those of you who were never defensive linemen, the knuckle trick is where you look across the line at your man and check if he's got white finger joints. If they are white, he's more than likely putting too much weight forward and will be attempting to drive you back, meaning it's a run play. If you find a white-knuckling offensive lineman, then you know when his knuckles aren't white, he'll be dropping back to pass block or pull. I saw him take advantage of this against Mississippi State, getting a couple sacks because of it. Again, I'd love some more input from people who are better at this than I, maybe SDogo or Couchscout. There's a lot of you who are much better, so please, feel free to chime in on what is more than likely the Cowboys first-round pick tomorrow night..