Brian Johnston: DE, Gardner-Webb, 6-5, 280, 4.75 This guy is a beast! I don't care what school he comes from, this guy will make an inpact in the NFL. Just a few stats to chew over: Season Year GP GS Solo Asst TT TFL Sacks FF FR QBH 05-06 11 11 24 34 58 5 5 4 1 15 06-07 11 11 35 42 77 14 8 2 1 23 07-08 11 11 37 37 74 24 6 3 -- 22 Total -- 209 43 19 9 2 60 What really stands out to me aren't so much his sack totals, but the TFLs & QBHs. It seems like Johnston lives in the other teams' backfield. I know we need CBs, a big, penetrating NT, & a speed WR, but let's face it, Marcus Spears just ain't cutting it as a pass rusher. Hatcher has his moments, but we still need more pressure players who can get in there to harass the QB. I don't know about you, but that 38 second march to the End Zone that NY put on us right before the half during that playoff game really drove home to me that we still aren't there when it comes to having the dominating front line players needed to take that next step. I know Johnston played for a small school, but he usually came up big against schools like Appalachian St. He also was named Defensive MVP for the South at the Hula Bowl this year when he had 4TT, 2 sacks, & a FF. That tells me he can play with the big boys. His measurables are off the charts, and he has a non-stop motor. If you check him out, you'll notice the dude has some awesome guns on him. He's already benching over 450 lbs., so you know he has the power. A lot of draft sites have him way down the list. If he stays there, (which I doubt ), he would be a steal in the 4th-5th rd. area.