OF the three LB's mentioned most lately, I think that Carpenter would be the best bet. Playing SOLB, he is tough on the run, toughest of the three. He may not be able to pressure the QB like Lawson or Wimberley, but he is true LB and not a tweener. He would be able to step in and make the biggest impact. Most of all, he is a safe pick. Lawson is too small. Sorry, but his speed comes from his light frame. Maybe WOLB, but not the strong side. We all ready have a keeper at that side. Wimberley is a project. Granted, he has a lot of upside, but it is two to three years down the road. His pressure comes from running over OT's. He has good speed and good size. How is he moving laterally? Does he have any cover skills? DE is a lot different from LB when it comes to defending the run. SOLB's main function is to stuff the run. Carpenter excels at that. He can blitz and has better cover skills than the others. Jerruh and Bill . . . make the safe, sure pick!