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NFL Draft 2013 Outside Linebacker Final Rankings

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1. Ezekiel Ansah 6'5 271 40:4.63 Reps:21 OLB/DE BYU 185/200Good Traits: Extremely high motor. Is a physical freak that allows you to move move him any were and every were fits all schemes is a raw athlete still with a World of Upside even more than people realize. Wasn't even used right out at BYU he played in the 5, 0, and 3 technique. Never played in one spot he also has the Ability to be a base 43 DE and is extremely strong long and fits the mold of the new age edge player in both the Odd and even scheme Has a Great bull, Speed Rush's and Crash Technique and Can play the run as good as the pass this early without being moiled yet that scary how good I think he can be. Led The SEC in sacks two years in a row.
Bad Traits: Gets lost in a lot of plays and doesn't have a high Football IQ low production Started less than 10 games in his college career Dominated senior bowl game but didn't make much buzz during practice when he was be coached up and is a player who at this point can't play when asked to think too much might be 2 or 3 years away from being a Great impact player. Doesn't play with great technique
2. Jarvis Jones 6'2 241 40:4.92 Reps:20 OLB Georgia 184/200
Good Traits: Is a playmaker highly productive was the best defensive player on a highly talented Georgia team that was a few plays away from a championship Understands strip stack has a million pass rushing moves and has great instincts and good at turn and run guy. From play to play can play the pass.
Bad Traits: Has spinal stenosis and left Southern California because of it some G.M won't even touch him because the belief around the league is he have a Short Career in the NFL a like Marcus McNeil chargers offensive tackle a few years back. Had a pro day and then looked like he didn't care about it. Is a liability in the run game and can get dominated because he not big undersized guy that can get mulled.
3. Dion Jordan 6'6 248 40:4.60 OLB/DE Oregon 177/200
Good Traits: Is a long lean Pass Rusher and has great instincts and explosive 1st step blow up the combine despite the bum shoulder which would require surgery. Have unique skill sets that allow him to be an attractive prospect such as his ability to drop back from time to time. His great drill work and his leaping ability and will swat balls on and off the line of scrimmage Great space player.
Bad Traits: is not well build needs to bulk up and Max out his frame a little more is a liability in the run game and can get mulled by big stronger. Low production considering the hype he received in the draft community. Has Durability issues and never went versus the elite college lineman was often dominated
4. Barkevious Mingo 6'4 241 40:4.58 OLB/DE LSU 176/200Good Traits: he is explosive pass rusher who could make up ground. He is also able to fixate on both sides and could put his hand on the ground or Stand up. Has the ability to get off right on the snap and beat the tackles. Flexible and can dip his hips is also a good open field tackler. Have long arms an ability to knock pass down at the line of Scrimmage or in space and is the perfect contain rusher because he likes to fill out blocks before getting after mobile QB showed this in games vs. Texas A&M and Florida in 2012
Bad Traits: Was a little over rated and didn't dominate like everyone thinks he did. Low stats slim player and will struggle in the run game vs. bigger stronger offensive lineman. Has very limited pass rush moves and is not the best bull rusher. Played around a bunch of real good D-line man and a lot of time he was one on one and not double teamed. Rotational pass rusher at LSU.
5. khaseem Greene 6'0 241 40:4.71 Reps:17 OLB Rutgers 169/200
6. Chase Thomas 6'3 244 40:4.91 reps:18 OLB Stanford 162/200
7. Arthur Brown 6'0 241 40:4.67 reps:21 OLB/ILB Kansas State 159/200
8. Brandon Jenkins 6'2 251 OLB/DE Florida state 147/200
9. Sean Porter 6'1 229 40:4.75 OLB Texas A&M 127/200
10. Jamie Collins 6'3 250 40:4.64 OLB Southern Miss 120/200
11. Sio Moore 6'0 245 40:4.65 OLB Connecticut 114/200
12. Zaviar Gooden 6'1 234 40:4.47 OLB Missouri 105/200
13. Gerald Hodges 6'1 243 40:4.78 OLB Penn State 105/200
14. Cornelius Washington 6'4 265 40:4.55 reps:36 OLB/DE Georgia 89/200
15. Travis Long 6'4 245 OLB Washington state 83/200
16. Jake Knott 6'1 243 OLB Iowa state 77/200
17. Ty Powell 6'2 249 40:4.63 reps:28 OLB Harding 74/200
18. Jelani Jenkins 6'0 243 Reps:27 OLB Florida 71/200
19. Trevardo Williams 6'1 241 40:4.57 reps:25 OLB/DE Connecticut 68/200
20. Micheal Clay 5'11 225 OLB Oregon 66/200
21. Travis Johnson 6'3 244 OLB/DE San Jose state 45/200
22. Etienne Sabino 6'2 247 40:4.75 reps:33 OLB Ohio State 40/200
23. Kenny Tate 6'4 230 OLB/S Maryland 39/200
24. John Lotulelei 5'11 233 40:4.84 OLB UNLV 29/200
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1. Ezekiel Ansah 6'5 271 40:4.63 Reps:21 OLB/DE BYU 185/200Good Traits: Extremely high motor. Is a physical freak that allows you to move move him any were and every were fits all schemes is a raw athlete still with a World of Upside even more than people realize. Wasn't even used right out at BYU he played in the 5, 0, and 3 technique. Never played in one spot he also has the Ability to be a base 43 DE and is extremely strong long and fits the mold of the new age edge player in both the Odd and even scheme Has a Great bull, Speed Rush's and Crash Technique and Can play the run as good as the pass this early without being moiled yet that scary how good I think he can be. Led The SEC in sacks two years in a row.
Bad Traits: Gets lost in a lot of plays and doesn't have a high Football IQ low production Started less than 10 games in his college career Dominated senior bowl game but didn't make much buzz during practice when he was be coached up and is a player who at this point can't play when asked to think too much might be 2 or 3 years away from being a Great impact player. Doesn't play with great technique
2. Jarvis Jones 6'2 241 40:4.92 Reps:20 OLB Georgia 184/200
Good Traits: Is a playmaker highly productive was the best defensive player on a highly talented Georgia team that was a few plays away from a championship Understands strip stack has a million pass rushing moves and has great instincts and good at turn and run guy. From play to play can play the pass.
Bad Traits: Has spinal stenosis and left Southern California because of it some G.M won't even touch him because the belief around the league is he have a Short Career in the NFL a like Marcus McNeil chargers offensive tackle a few years back. Had a pro day and then looked like he didn't care about it. Is a liability in the run game and can get dominated because he not big undersized guy that can get mulled.
3. Dion Jordan 6'6 248 40:4.60 OLB/DE Oregon 177/200
Good Traits: Is a long lean Pass Rusher and has great instincts and explosive 1st step blow up the combine despite the bum shoulder which would require surgery. Have unique skill sets that allow him to be an attractive prospect such as his ability to drop back from time to time. His great drill work and his leaping ability and will swat balls on and off the line of scrimmage Great space player.
Bad Traits: is not well build needs to bulk up and Max out his frame a little more is a liability in the run game and can get mulled by big stronger. Low production considering the hype he received in the draft community. Has Durability issues and never went versus the elite college lineman was often dominated
4. Barkevious Mingo 6'4 241 40:4.58 OLB/DE LSU 176/200Good Traits: he is explosive pass rusher who could make up ground. He is also able to fixate on both sides and could put his hand on the ground or Stand up. Has the ability to get off right on the snap and beat the tackles. Flexible and can dip his hips is also a good open field tackler. Have long arms an ability to knock pass down at the line of Scrimmage or in space and is the perfect contain rusher because he likes to fill out blocks before getting after mobile QB showed this in games vs. Texas A&M and Florida in 2012
Bad Traits: Was a little over rated and didn't dominate like everyone thinks he did. Low stats slim player and will struggle in the run game vs. bigger stronger offensive lineman. Has very limited pass rush moves and is not the best bull rusher. Played around a bunch of real good D-line man and a lot of time he was one on one and not double teamed. Rotational pass rusher at LSU.
5. khaseem Greene 6'0 241 40:4.71 Reps:17 OLB Rutgers 169/200
6. Chase Thomas 6'3 244 40:4.91 reps:18 OLB Stanford 162/200
7. Arthur Brown 6'0 241 40:4.67 reps:21 OLB/ILB Kansas State 159/200
8. Brandon Jenkins 6'2 251 OLB/DE Florida state 147/200
9. Sean Porter 6'1 229 40:4.75 OLB Texas A&M 127/200
10. Jamie Collins 6'3 250 40:4.64 OLB Southern Miss 120/200
11. Sio Moore 6'0 245 40:4.65 OLB Connecticut 114/200
12. Zaviar Gooden 6'1 234 40:4.47 OLB Missouri 105/200
13. Gerald Hodges 6'1 243 40:4.78 OLB Penn State 105/200
14. Cornelius Washington 6'4 265 40:4.55 reps:36 OLB/DE Georgia 89/200
15. Travis Long 6'4 245 OLB Washington state 83/200
16. Jake Knott 6'1 243 OLB Iowa state 77/200
17. Ty Powell 6'2 249 40:4.63 reps:28 OLB Harding 74/200
18. Jelani Jenkins 6'0 243 Reps:27 OLB Florida 71/200
19. Trevardo Williams 6'1 241 40:4.57 reps:25 OLB/DE Connecticut 68/200
20. Micheal Clay 5'11 225 OLB Oregon 66/200
21. Travis Johnson 6'3 244 OLB/DE San Jose state 45/200
22. Etienne Sabino 6'2 247 40:4.75 reps:33 OLB Ohio State 40/200
23. Kenny Tate 6'4 230 OLB/S Maryland 39/200
24. John Lotulelei 5'11 233 40:4.84 OLB UNLV 29/200 Show less
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