If he comes out he will prob fall to the second round with the knee injury and not being able to partake in the Combine. He may be able to get a pro day in late It will be interesting to see what he chooses to do. If I where him I'd go to the NFL.... Penn State's Posluszny won't need surgery for knee injuryAssociated PressSTATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Penn State linebacker Paul Posluszny suffered partial tears of two ligaments in his right knee after a hit at the Orange Bowl, but won't need surgery. Posluszny was carted off the field after being flipped over by blockers during a drive late in the fourth quarter. The drive ended with Florida State hitting a field goal to tie the game at 16-16, but the Nittany Lions won the seesaw contest, 26-23, in triple overtime. The winner of awards honoring the nation's top defensive player and linebacker, Posluszny suffered partial tears of his posterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament, school officials said Friday. He will be sidelined six-to-eight weeks. Posluszny, a junior, had said he was considering foregoing his senior year to enter the NFL draft. It's unclear how the injury will affect his decision. If he comes back to Happy Valley, he will likely be able to participate in spring practice, which starts in late March. That could help ease coach Joe Paterno's tough task of replacing seven senior starters on defense.