Anatomy of a prospect: Virginia OLB Clint Sintim 6:00 AM Fri, Apr 10, 2009 | Permalink Rick Gosselin E-mail News tips This draft board is littered with undersized pass-rushers, many of whom project as outside linebackers at the next level in a 3-4 scheme: Everette Brown, Larry English, Cody Brown, Lawrence Sidbury... That could slow their development as pros and minimize their rookie contributions. But there's no projection involved with Clint Sintim. Al Groh, the former head coach of the New York Jets, is now the head coach at Virginia and plays a 3-4 scheme at the college level. Sintim started 49 career games at outside linebacker for the Cavaliers and set a school record for his position with 29 sacks. He led all NCAA linebackers with 11 sacks last season and finished second in 2007 with nine. So there is no guesswork with Sintim by a 3-4 team -- you draft him, you play him. Sintim is 6-2 1/2, 256 pounds and gave the NFL a 4.75 40 at the combine. He has an arsenal of pass-rush moves from a stand-up position, all of which should make him a premium draft selection (first three rounds).