Pros: The type of impact player that an offense must account for on every play, and he still produced as a senior even after seeing a number of double-teams and chip blocks. He can play immediately and provide big-play ability as an edge rusher. A big-effort player who runs to the ball well with outstanding speed and acceleration to close in pursuit. He is capable of playing while moving forward and attacking the line of scrimmage or dropping in coverage. Cons: Will slip down to the late first or early second round in a deep linebacker class due to his broken ankle in the season finale. He is able to slip and avoid blocks well, using an array of moves, including the swim, rip and club maneuvers, but he is still just touching the surface of his pass-rushing talent. A reliable wrap-up-and-secure tackler, though not one who is noted for being a really jarring tackler. Numbers: At the Combine, he weighed in at 256 pounds at just under 6-3. He did not work out due to an ankle injury. He ran the 40 in 4.66 and 4.68 and had a 34.5-inch vertical jump, a broad jump of 10-feet, 4-inches, and 20 strength reps at Ohio State’s pro day. As a senior, he made 49 tackles with 10.5 tackles for loss, two passes defended and eight sacks.