http://www.cowboysnation.com/2012/03/bunting-either-or-decisions-down-rounds.html Posted by Rafael at Thursday, March 22, 2012 Part Three of this week's chat with the National Football Post's Wes Bunting continues the grinding on evenly graded prospects at the same position. Cowboys Nation: Let's move to the 2nd round. The Cowboys have shown some interest in Oklahoma's Ronnell Lewis. You've compared him to Sergio Kindle from Baltimore. You talked about his special teams skill. Let's talk about his pass rushing skill. It seems there's some projection involved, because he was a 4-3 linebacker. Did he ever rush off the edge, with his hand on the ground, the way Dont'a Hightower did for Alabama? Wes Bunting: He's a more linear athlete. They rushed him with his hand on the ground at times. They rushed him standing up. He reminds me a little bit of a Brooks Reed-type player. He reminds me a little bit of Sergio Kindle when he came out. He can play with power and leverage. I don't see a big-time sack guy, but because of his good first step, his violence and his motor, I think he can be a good pass rusher. Not big time, but productive. And he's a heck of a special teams player who can play sideline to sideline, so I think he can develop in the run game and be a good three-down player for you.