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Height: 6-4.8
Weight: 248
40: 4.86
Year: 5Sr

Ken Adams

School: LSU
Position: OLB
Bio: Junior college transfer who's started the past two seasons, totaling 21 tackles/6.5 tackles for loss/2.5 sacks as a senior and 27/2.5/1.5 as a junior.
Positive: Quick, relatively athletic defensive prospect who needs to improve his overall game. Displays outstanding movement skills, is fast off the edge and rarely off his feet. Changes direction quickly and fluidly, is forceful up the field and displays the ability to pursue the action from the back side. Slices through double-team blocks, plays with good pad level and effectively uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Possesses poor instincts. Chases around the field but does not make many tackles. Slow to react.
Analysis: Adams possesses linebacker size but defensive lineman speed. He flashes athleticism and the ability to be a disruptive force, but does not do it on a consistent basis. Offers possibilities as a situational pass rusher if he can make his mark on special teams.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 232
40: 4.76
Year: 4Sr

Ryan Baker

School: LSU
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with totals of 58 tackles/3.5 tackles for loss/1.5 sacks. Junior totals included career-best numbers of 87/11/7.
Positive: Smart, instinctive linebacker who displays great quickness. Remains disciplined with assignments, displays a terrific head for the ball and covers a lot of area on the field. Fluid getting out to the flanks, effectively redirects to ballcarriers and consistently puts himself in a position to make plays. Puts his shoulders into ballcarriers and wraps up.
Negative: Undersized and gets caught up in the trash or easily blocked from the action. Lacks the speed to stay with tight ends in coverage.
Analysis: Baker was a solid starting linebacker at LSU the past two years, but lacks the measurables to be a starter at the next level. He'll offer potential as a backup and should stand out on special teams.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 241
40: 4.56
Year: 4Sr

Nigel Bradham

School: Florida State
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter who finished with 86 tackles/9.5 tackles for loss/2 sacks and two interceptions as a senior. Junior totals included 98/5.5/5 after 93 tackles as a sophomore.
Positive: Active and athletic linebacker who makes plays sideline to sideline. Breaks down well, fast to the sidelines and very effective making plays in the open field. Easily gets outside the numbers, gets depth on pass drops and fast moving in all directions. Drives his shoulders through ballcarriers and delivers some devastating hits. Quickly changes direction, fluid turning his hips transitioning into coverage and breaks down well. Shows a burst of speed bearing down on the play. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Makes the defensive calls and gets his teammates in proper position.
Negative: Must improve his play in coverage. Hesitant locating the ball at times. Will disappear for stretches.
Analysis: Bradham is a forceful linebacker who makes plays up the field and in pursuit. He possesses the necessary skills to line up as a weak side linebacker at the next level. If Bradham plays at a consistently high level, he has a chance to be a productive starter for an NFL team.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 260
40: 4.68
Year: 5Sr

Andre Branch

School: Clemson
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter awarded All-American and all-conference honors last season with totals of 77 tackles/17 tackles for loss/10.5 sacks. Junior numbers included 55/7.5/5.
Positive: Athletic college pass rusher with potential as a conventional defensive end or outside linebacker in a 34 alignment. Plays with good pad level, quickly gets off the snap and rarely knocked off his feet. Works his hands throughout the action, displays outstanding movement skills and collapses down the line of scrimmage to make plays. Fluid changing direction, shows speed in backside pursuit and can bend off the edge. Has the ability to immediately alter his angle of attack and loses no momentum in pursuit. Slides off blocks to get to the ball handler and easily strings plays out laterally.
Negative: Easily pushed from his angle of attack by single blocker. Does not always play with a sense of urgency or chase the action if the play is not in his immediate vicinity.
Analysis: Branch is an outstanding athlete with the ability to effortlessly make plays in every direction of the field. He has the skill to make an impact at the next level yet must be focused and play hard every down to reach the level of expectations scouts have of him.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 255
40: 4.66
Year: 5Sr

Braylon Broughton

School: TCU
Position: OLB
Bio: Started five games as a senior, posting 25 tackles/6 tackles for loss/2 sacks. Junior totals included 11/2/1.
Positive: Athletic yet undeveloped defensive prospect with a high upside. Plays with good quickness, is fluid changing direction and stays on his feet. Easily makes plays in every direction of the field, works his hands to protect himself and plays with good lean. Effective out of a three-point stance or standing up over tackle.
Negative: Does not play to his 40 time. Lacks balance, on the ground too much and easily blocked from the action. Minimally explosive.
Analysis: Broughton is an outstanding athlete with elite size/speed numbers, but he was minimally productive and rarely consistent on the college field. He improved his game last season and is worth consideration on a practice squad as a developmental outside linebacker.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 244
40: 4.45
Year: 4Sr

Zach Brown

School: North Carolina
Position: OLB
Bio: All-conference selection as a senior after totaling 105 tackles/13.5 tackles for loss/5.5 sacks, three interceptions and four pass breakups. Started five games as a junior and totaled 72 tackles and three interceptions.
Positive: Athletic weak side linebacker prospect who makes plays sideline to sideline. Breaks down well, effective moving in every direction of the field and remains disciplined with assignments. Reads and diagnoses the action, plays heads-up football and covers a lot of area on the field. Fluid changing direction, smooth pedaling in reverse and fast moving to every area. Displays the ability to slide off blocks, makes plays in the open field and is a solid wrap-up tackler. Shows ability in pursuit or easily runs with backs and tight ends in coverage. Uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Easily blocked from the action at times and gets caught up in the wash. Not a forceful blitzer. Has a reputation for playing soft on occasion. Red flags have reportedly be been raised on his character.
Analysis: Brown is a three-down defender who consistently makes plays on the football defending the run and covering the pass. He offers starting potential at the next level and will be a productive NFL linebacker if he plays to his potential on every snap.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 245
40: 4.82
Year: 5Sr

D.J. Bryant

School: James Madison
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior after totaling 48 tackles/12.5 tackles for loss/6.5 sacks. Junior totals included 34/8/2.5.
Positive: Somewhat athletic college pass rusher who has flashed skill the past three seasons. Displays solid movement skills, fluid if asked to twist or stunt and fast getting out to the sidelines to chase the action. Keeps his feet moving on contact, displays a good closing burst to the action and can bend off the edge then collapse down the line. Plays with leverage, keeps his pads low and displays the ability to make plays in space.
Negative: Lacks bulk and is easily controlled at the point of attack. Possesses more of a short burst of speed that he cannot sustain.
Analysis: Bryant has displayed flashes of pass rushing skill the past two seasons and may have a spot at the next level as a pass rush specialist standing up over tackle or out of a three-point stance.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 216
40: 4.46
Year: 4Sr

Ramon Buchanan

School: Miami-Fl
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter who played in only four games as a senior before his season was cut short by a knee injury. Totals last year included 18 tackles with two tackles for loss after he had 54 tackles as a junior.
Positive: Undersized yet explosive and athletic linebacker with the ability to make plays in every direction of the field. Fast moving laterally, quickly gets out to the sidelines and covers a lot of area on the field. Explosive, displays ability in pursuit and quick up the field to help defend screen passes. Gets depth on pass drops. Forces his way through blocks to make plays and uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Inefficient and does not consistently take proper angles to the action. Easily blocked from the action and struggles getting through the trash.
Analysis: Buchanan is an athletic prospect who was beginning to show development as a football player before his season was cut short by the knee injury. He's a one-gap linebacker who must play in a system that allows him to freely flow to the action. He will only make a roster next year if he shows no impairments from his injury and returns to prior form.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 246
40: 4.72
Year: 5Sr

Miles Burris

School: San Diego State
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons. Led San Diego State in all tackling categories as a senior, posting 78 tackles/19.5 tackles for loss/8 sacks. Junior totals included 80/20/9.5. Initially led San Diego State in tackles as a sophomore with 58.
Positive: Relatively athletic linebacker with potential in a variety of schemes. Plays with a fearless attitude, sells out and works hard to make plays. Attacks ballcarriers, stays with assignments and is very aggressive in his overall game. Explosive at the point, fast up the field and can bend off the edge on the blitz. Loses little momentum changing direction and scrapes well laterally. Displays a good head for the ball, effectively diagnosing the action and locating the ballcarrier. Protects himself and rarely off his feet. Gets adequate depth on pass drops when used in coverage.
Negative: Primarily lined up on the line of scrimmage and sent up the field. Adequate speed in pursuit yet nothing outstanding.
Analysis: Burris was very productive on the college level and can be used in either a 3-4 or conventional alignment. He's athletic, tough and smart and one of the more underrated linebackers in April's draft.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 236
40: 4.6
Year: 5Sr

Tank Carder

School: TCU
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season as well as being named to several All-American teams the past two years. Senior totals included 70 tackles/4.5 tackles for loss/3.5 sacks, two interceptions and three pass breakups. Junior totals included 60/9.5/3.5. Posted career-best numbers of 89/10/2 as a sophomore with one interception and 10 breakups.
Positive: Intense, high-motor linebacker prospect with solid size/speed numbers for the next level. Plays with good awareness, effectively diagnoses the action and remains disciplined with assignments. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself, flows well to the action and displays solid movement skills. Quick out to the sidelines, displaying the ability to make plays to the flanks. Goes hard until the whistle blows.
Negative: Easily blocked from the action. Displays a limited burst of speed. Not a forceful linebacker.
Analysis: Carder was a consistent college linebacker who does the little things well. He can be productive at the next level if placed in the proper system.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 226
40: 4.66
Year: 4Sr

Nigel Carr

School: Alabama State
Position: OLB
Bio: Former Florida State transfer who posted 18 tackles in four games as a senior. Declared academically ineligible before the start of the 2011 season before being reinstated by the NCAA. Junior totals included 55/8/3. Dismissal from the Florida State program came after an arrest.
Positive: Athletic linebacker who has shown a lot of skill. Quick, agile and covers a lot of area on the field. Breaks down well, gets his hands up and effectively uses them to protect himself. Quickly changes direction and easily alters his angle of attack. Explodes up the field in run defense, squares into the ballcarriers and wraps up when tackling. Keeps the action in front of him and stays with coverage assignments.
Negative: Does not play to his 40-time. Shows a lot of hesitation in his game. Does not sell out on the blitz.
Analysis: Carr is an athletic prospect who looked as though he would be the mainstay on the Florida State defense before off-the-field issues forced him out of the program. He possesses the athleticism and skill to be used as a weak side linebacker in a conventional scheme, but must improve every aspect of his game.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 243
40: 4.76
Year: 4Sr

Cameron Collins

School: Oregon State
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter used at both linebacker and safety. Senior totals included 55 tackles and 4 tackles for loss after he had 39 tackles and four tackles for loss as a junior. Posted a career-best 70 tackles as a sophomore. Never recorded an interception in college. All-academic performer four straight years.
Positive: Athletic defender with an undeveloped game. Breaks down well, effectively uses his hands to protect himself and does a solid job diagnosing the action. Gets depth on pass drops, moves around the field well and fluid out to the sidelines.
Negative: Inefficient, takes too many steps getting to plays and overpursues the action. Possesses more of a short-area burst that he cannot sustain. Marginal skills in coverage.
Analysis: Collins looks the part and showed flashes of dominance as a sophomore yet never took his game to the next level. He's a size/speed prospect who must start to transfer his athletic skills onto the football field on a full-time basis.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 233
40: 4.58
Year: 4Sr

Lavonte David

School: Nebraska
Position: OLB
Bio: Junior college transfer who led Nebraska in tackles the past two seasons, totaling 133 tackles/12 tackles for loss/5.5 sacks as a senior with two interceptions and two breakups. Set Nebraska's single-season record for tackles as a junior, finishing the season with 152/15/6. Also broke up 10 passes that season. Awarded all-conference honors the past two years, named to numerous All-American teams and named Big Ten Linebacker of the Year in 2011.
Positive: Tough, instinctive linebacker who makes plays sideline to sideline. Remains disciplined with assignments, displays good awareness on the field and consistently puts himself in a position to make plays on the ball. Can run downfield with tight ends, covers a lot of area on the field and is fast out to the flanks. Scrapes well laterally and shows a burst of speed getting to the ball handler. Uses his hands exceptionally well to protect himself. Displays a terrific first step to the action. Wraps up when tackling. Sells out in order to make plays.
Negative: Lacks size and overmatched by opponents. Not a strong tackler with the ability to bring ballcarriers down on initial contact. Swallowed up by blocks and struggles getting through the trash.
Analysis: David is a terrific football player with a complete game, but has size limitations. He possesses all the attributes and intangibles coaches want in a starting linebacker yet is a scheme specific player. David will be very effective in a one gap system and will also be an asset on special teams.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 235
40: 4.49
Year: 5Sr

Demario Davis

School: Arkansas State
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons. Senior totals included 69 tackles/10 tackles for loss/3 sacks, one interception and four pass breakups. Junior numbers included 63/3.5/1 with two interceptions.
Positive: Athletic weak side linebacker prospect who covers a lot of area on the field. Fast in every direction, displays good range and easily gets out to the flanks in pursuit of the ballcarrier. Can turn it on in a single step, quickly changes direction and shows a terrific closing burst. Remains disciplined with assignments, flies around the field and easily redirects to the action. Breaks down well and gets his hands up protect himself. Recognizes responsibilities in pass defense and displays great quickness.
Negative: Struggles handling blocks despite his size. More of a linebacker who will chase down the action rather than a true playmaker.
Analysis: Davis was productive at Arkansas State and has the size/speed numbers necessary to start on the weak side at the next level. He's a solid developmental prospect who could see action as a rookie in certain third-down situations as he develops into a three-down linebacker.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 259
40: 4.82
Year: 4Sr

Ryan Davis

School: Bethune Cookman
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two years and named to several All-American teams as a senior. Totals last year included 65 tackles/21.5 tackles for loss/12 sacks and three pass breakups. Junior numbers included 57/18/6.5.
Positive: Disruptive small school pass rusher who projects to outside linebacker in the NFL. Plays with good lean, forceful up the field and splits double-team blocks to get behind the line of scrimmage. Quickly changes direction and displays the ability to move in every direction of the field. Possesses an array of moves getting off blocks, keeping his feet and hands active throughout the action. Bends off the edge and easily exploits blockers on the small school level.
Negative: Rarely used off the line scrimmage or asked to drop in space. Possesses more of a short-area burst of speed that he cannot sustain. Slow disengaging from blocks once opponents gets their hands on him.
Analysis: Davis was a menacing defender who consistently disrupted the opponents game plan for Bethune-Cookman. He lacks great speed for the next level yet should be effective as a situational pass rusher out of a three-point stance or standing over tackle.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 240
40: 4.83
Year: 5Sr

Tristan Dorty

School: Wake Forest
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter at defensive end who finished with 38 tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss as a senior after posting 44/7.5/2.5 the prior season.
Positive: Undersized college defensive end who will be moved to linebacker at the next level. Explosive off the snap, plays with good pad level and works his hands to protect himself. Fluid changing direction, rarely off his feet and drives up the field. Easily moves down the line in pursuit of the action and plays faster than his 40 time. Occasionally stands up over tackle and shows good footwork in every direction of the field.
Negative: Undersized and easily disrupted by the first block. Rarely used in space. May be seeking a career outside professional football.
Analysis: Dorty was a tenacious defender on the college level, but he lacks the size/speed numbers to be a draftable prospect. His approach to the game and competitive nature will get him long looks as an outside linebacker/special teams player if he chooses to play this summer.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 225
40: 4.63
Year: 4Sr

Marcus Dowtin

School: North Alabama
Position: OLB
Bio: All-conference and All-American selection last season after leading North Alabama in tackles with 115. Also added nine tackles for loss, one interception and three pass breakups. Started his playing career at Georgia and posted 57 tackles in both his junior and sophomore campaigns.
Positive: Slightly undersized yet active linebacker who plays smart football. Effectively diagnoses the action, takes good angles to plays and works hard to get involved. Displays great overall quickness, fires to the action with an explosive first step and moves well in every area of the field. Disciplined, quickly locates ballcarriers and stays with assignments. Breaks down well, using his hands to protect himself, and loses little momentum changing direction. Quick-footed, makes plays sideline to sideline and shows skill in zone coverage. Sells out on the blitz and effective in pursuit.
Negative: Not fluid pedaling in reverse and needs to improve his man-to-man coverage skills. Lacks bulk, struggles getting off blocks and is slow getting through the trash.
Analysis: Dowtin played inside linebacker for North Alabama yet has the size and playing style to line up on the weak side in a variety of schemes. He plays smart, tough football and could add depth to a linebacker unit and produce on special teams.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 245
40: 4.71
Year: 4Sr

Darius Fleming

School: Notre Dame
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter who finished with 55 tackles/7 tackles for loss/3.5 sacks, one interception and three pass breakups as a senior. Junior totals included 49/11/6.
Positive: Tough, forceful linebacker who remains disciplined with assignments. Breaks down well, effectively uses his hands to protect himself and holds his ground against blocks. Takes good angles to the action, displays awareness and stays with assignments. Fast up the field on the blitz and defeats blocks to make plays behind the line of scrimmage. Effectively strings the action laterally and fights hard to defend the run. Flashes the ability to make plays in open space.
Negative: Lacks a closing burst to the action. Does not display top pursuit speed.
Analysis: Fleming has been consistent and productive on the college level and is a strong side linebacker prospect who will also get consideration on the inside of a 34 alignment.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 223
40: 4.75
Year: 4Sr

Jameson Frazier

School: BYU
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter who totaled 27 tackles/6 tackles for loss/2.5 sacks as a senior after 34/4.5/1 and two interceptions as a junior.
Positive: Feisty, aggressive linebacker with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Plays with good pad level, works his hands throughout the action and quickly changes direction. Shows a lot of explosiveness, moves well laterally and stays with assignments. Strong for his size and rarely off his feet.
Negative: Marginal closing burst. Minimally effective making plays in space.
Analysis: Frazier was a solid player at BYU the past two years yet lacks the measurables for any linebacker position in the NFL. He could catch on as a backup if he proves his worth on special teams.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 247
40: 4.55
Year: 5Sr

Tim Fugger

School: Vanderbilt
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior after career numbers of 33 tackles/15 tackles for loss/8 sacks. Junior totals included 22/6/4.
Positive: Disruptive college defensive end who's also getting consideration at outside linebacker for the next level. Plays with good pad level, keeps his feet moving up the field and works hard to make plays behind the line of scrimmage. Strong four his size, displays a variety of moves getting off blocks and effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Slices to the inside, chases the action hard and easily collapses down the line to make plays. Effective open-field tackler.
Negative: Possesses average change-of-direction ability. Shows stiffness in his game. Marginal skills in pursuit.
Analysis: Fugger plays tough, smart football and has a lot of upside. He offers possibilities as a one-gap defensive end or a rush linebacker in a 34 alignment. He needs to polish his game yet could be used as a pass rush specialist and special teams player.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 249
40: 4.76
Year: 5Sr

Gerald Gooden

School: Purdue
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter who totaled 37 tackles/9 tackles for loss/3 sacks and two interceptions as a senior. Junior numbers included 25/4/1.5.
Positive: Underrated outside linebacker with the ability to make plays in every direction of the field. Fluid moving on his feet, breaks down well and displays the ability to immediately alter his angle of attack. Loses little momentum changing direction, quickly adjusts off the initial block and effectively makes plays in space. Displays skill standing up over tackle or lining up in a three-point stance.
Negative: Marginally productive. Possesses just average speed. Lacks top pass rushing skill for a small, quick college defensive end.
Analysis: Gooden was a solid football player at Purdue and has the ability to be used as a 34 outside linebacker if he continues to progress and elevate his game.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 224
40: 4.79
Year: 5Sr

Max Gruder

School: Pittsburgh
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter used at middle and outside linebacker. Led team in tackles as a senior with 116, and chosen as an all-conference selection. Junior totals included 84 tackles. Also led Pittsburgh in tackles as a sophomore with 91.
Positive: Intelligent linebacker who makes a lot of plays with his head. Quickly locates the ball, immediately diagnoses the action and fires through the gaps to make tackles against the run. Works to keep the action in front of him, uses his hands to protect himself and stays disciplined with assignments. Squares into tackles and wraps up.
Negative: Marginal playing speed and struggles staying with tight ends or running backs in coverage. Lacks bulk and handled at the point by blockers.
Analysis: Gruder was a terrific college defender who played smart and tough on the field. He has size limitations yet could be a reserve in a one-gap system if he plays well on special teams.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 246
40: 4.81
Year: 5Sr

Adrian Hamilton

School: Prairie View A&M
Position: OLB
Bio: All-American and all-conference selection last season as well as SWAC Defensive Player of the Year after posting 81 tackles/24.5 tackles for loss/22 sacks. Junior totals included 27/8/5.5. Started his college career at Texas Tech in 2007 before transferring to Dallas Community College then moving onto Prairie View.
Positive: Explosive pass rushing defensive end that turned in a record breaking campaign last year. Smooth and easily changes direction or immediately alters his angle of attack. Possesses a good closing burst, fast off the edge and shows a degree of violence in his game. Defeats blocks at the point of attack, chases the action hard and consistently found behind the opponents line of scrimmage making plays. Rarely off his feet and tough to move off the point.
Negative: At times slow locating the ball and shows marginal instincts. Plays a bit upright and makes himself an easy target for blockers. Must develop more moves and consistently use his hands to protect himself.
Analysis: Hamilton was one of most prolific pass rushers in college football last season and took his game to another level. Still rough around the edges, he must improve his playing balance and learn the details of the game yet his pass rushing skills are enticing. Hamilton will be used as a third-down specialist at the next level out of a three-point stance or stood up over tackle.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 237
40: 4.71
Year: 5Sr

Jerrell Harris

School: Alabama
Position: OLB
Bio: Senior totals included 22 tackles with five starts. Started three games as a junior and finished the year with 24 tackles.
Positive: Moderately productive linebacker who has occasionally flashed next-level skill. Solid athlete who quickly changes direction and loses no momentum when he must alter his angle of attack. Gets depth on pass drops, covers a lot of area on the field and shows an explosive burst to the action. Effective in pursuit and chases ballcarriers down from the backside. Breaks down well and effectively uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Indecisive and does not display top instincts. Rotated in the lineup at Alabama and was never able to nail down a starting job.
Analysis: Harris possesses outstanding size/speed and appears to have NFL talent. He needs to fine-tune his game and elevate his play, but he has the ability to be used at outside linebacker in a number of defensive systems at the next level.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 235
40: 4.9
Year: 4Sr

Dexter Heyman

School: Louisville
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior after leading Louisville in all tackling categories with 98 tackles/16 tackles for loss/4.5 sacks. Intercepted three passes and broke up another one last season. Junior totals included 48/4.5/2.
Positive: Tough, hardworking defender with a developing game. Fluid moving in every direction of the field, smooth when he must alter his angle of attack and plays faster than his 40 time. Keeps his head on a swivel and plays heads-up football. Gets depth on pass drops and displays adequate speed moving laterally.
Negative: Must do a better job using his hands to protect himself. Marginal size/speed numbers for the next level.
Analysis: Heyman was a terrific college defender and developed a complete game last season. He has a special teams mentality and could make a roster as an eighth linebacker if he excels on coverage units.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 242
40: 4.72
Year: 5Sr

Alex Hoffman-Ellis

School: Washington State
Position: OLB
Bio: Junior college transfer who started the past three seasons. All-conference selection as a senior with totals of 88 tackles/11 tackles for loss/2 sacks. Junior numbers included 81/5/2. Posted 84 tackles as a sophomore.
Positive: Athletic and intense linebacker with an underrated game. Remains disciplined with assignments, keeps the action in front of him and instinctive. Scrapes well laterally, takes good angles to plays and wraps up when tackling. Remains disciplined with coverage assignments and shows skill in zone. Stacks well against the run, squares into ballcarriers and wraps up tackling. Chases the action hard.
Negative: Despite his 40 time, does not show great pursuit speed. Easily taken from the action by blocks or handled by tight ends. Not fluid turning his hips in transition with opponents.
Analysis: Hoffman-Ellis was consistently productive at Washington State and is a fiery linebacker who does the little things well. He must learn to play to his 40 time yet is a prospect who could make a squad as a backup linebacker/special teams player.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 231
40: 4.52
Year: 5Sr

Joe Holland

School: Purdue
Position: OLB
Bio: Former safety who moved to linebacker as a sophomore and started the next two seasons. Led Purdue in tackles as a senior, posting 94 tackles/10.5 tackles for loss/1.5 sacks, one interception and eight pass breakups. Junior totals included 73/7.5/1.5. Totaled 81 tackles as a sophomore.
Positive: Athletic, quick linebacker who makes plays in every direction of the field. Breaks down well, displays good awareness and instinctive. Remains disciplined with assignments, shows skill in space and is effective in coverage. Possesses a quick burst to the action, turns it on in a single step and moves well in every direction. Breaks down well and effectively uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Shows stiffness in his game. Not a physical linebacker.
Analysis: Holland possesses the athleticism and cover skills necessary to get consideration as a weak side linebacker in a conventional defense at the next level.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 264
40: 4.7
Year: 5Sr

Melvin Ingram

School: South Carolina
Position: OLB
Bio: All-American and all-conference player as a senior after becoming a full-time starter and posting 44 tackles/9 tackles for loss/15 sacks. Also intercepted two passes last year. Played in 14 games with a single start as a junior and finished with 28/10/13.
Positive: Game-changing, playmaking defender whose game is on the rise. Athletic, flows well to the action and displays solid change-of-direction ability. Explosive at the point, plays with good pad level and effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Gets off the snap with a terrific first step, shows a burst of closing speed and has the ability to bend off the edge. Reads and diagnoses the action, plays smart football and immediately finds the ballcarrier. Takes good angles to the action and is fluid making plays in every direction of the field. Plays with terrific balance, body control and is rarely knocked off his feet. Built low to the ground and gets leverage on opponents. Displays the athleticism necessary to go sideline to sideline, covers a lot of area on the field and easily exploits immobile blockers.
Negative: Controlled at the point of attack or blocked from the action by tight ends. Does not always chase the action hard in backside pursuit.
Analysis: Ingram was highly regarded by NFL scouts entering the season and elevated almost every aspect of his game as a senior. He's a playmaking defensive front seven prospect who can be used at several positions and has the ability to create a lot of problems for opponents. Ingram needs to play hard on every down, but should be an immediate starter at the next level. He moves toward the draft with a lot of momentum.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 245
40: 4.44
Year: 4Sr

Bruce Irvin

School: West Virginia
Position: OLB
Bio: Junior college transfer awarded all-conference honors the last two years. Senior totals included 40 tackles/15 tackles for loss/8.5 sacks after 21/14/14 as a junior.
Positive: Explosive pass rushing college prospect who burst onto the scene in 2010. Athletic, fast in all directions and plays with terrific leverage. Quickly changes direction or immediately alters his angle of attack without losing momentum. Rarely off his feet, plays with good balance and uses his hands well. Fast off the edge rushing the passer and also displays lateral speed pursuing the action from the back side.
Negative: Lacks bulk and easily controlled at the point by a single blocker. Marginal run defender.
Analysis: Irvin has been one of the better pass rushers in college football the past two years and has made a large number of plays behind the line of scrimmage. He projects well as a 3-4 outside linebacker yet must polish his game and learn to make plays in reverse rather than straight-ahead. He offers a good amount of upside and the potential to be a very productive NFL player in the future.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 239
40: 4.72
Year: 4Sr

Steven Johnson

School: Kansas
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter who led Kansas in tackles during his senior and junior seasons. Totals last year included 124 tackles after he had 95 as a junior.
Positive: Hardworking linebacker with marginal size/speed numbers. Breaks down well, uses his hands to protect himself and displays a good head for the football. Effectively makes plays in space, collapses to the outside defending the run and shows skill in pursuit. Remains disciplined with coverage assignments and displays the ability to run with tight ends. Wraps up when tackling. Works hard to get his teammates in proper position.
Negative: Easily disrupted from plays or knocked from the action by the initial block. Will struggle matching up against fast running backs or big tight ends at the next level.
Analysis: Johnson is a high-motor defender who has enough ability to backup at the next level. He has a special-teams mentality.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 239
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Josh Kaddu

School: Oregon
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with totals of 50 tackles/6.5 sacks/9.5 tackles for loss. Junior totals included 32/2.5/2.
Positive: Athletic linebacker prospect with the ability to make plays in every area of the field. Quick changing direction, displays speed out to the flanks and is effective in pursuit. Moves well to the sidelines, effectively makes plays in space and covers a lot of area on the field. Gets depth on pass drops, nicely redirects to the action and shows skill in pursuit. Displays force up the field on the blitz. Breaks down well and effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Works hard to get off blocks.
Negative: Average instincts in coverage. Marginally productive in college.
Analysis: Kaddu is a defensive prospect who's shown steady development in his game the past two seasons. He has a big upside and offers possibilities at outside linebacker for a variety of defensive schemes. Kaddu could develop into a starter at the next level if he continues to improve his game.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 239
40: 4.45
Year: 4Sr

Mychal Kendricks

School: California
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year in 2011 with totals of 107 tackles/4 sacks/17 tackles for loss, when he was used primarily at linebacker. All-conference selection as a junior with totals of 66/9/18. Sophomore totals included 71/1/6. Lined up at both defensive end and linebacker for Cal.
Positive: Tough and explosive linebacker with height limitations. Terrific pass rusher who beats blockers off the snap and can bend off the edge. Quickly changes direction, shows a burst of speed and has the ability to catch the action in backside pursuit. Outstanding sideline-to-sideline range, covers a lot of area on the field and takes good angles to the action. Gets depth on pass drops, patient with assignments and plays smart football.
Negative: Not a strong tackler. Gets out-positioned from the action by blocks. Lack of height will be a problem at the next level when matched up against tall tight ends. May struggle in a system that requires too many mental responsibilities'.
Analysis: Kendricks was a game-impacting player on the college level who effectively handled several spots in the defensive front seven for Cal. He plays fast, tough and smart and could be a very good pass-rushing linebacker in a 34 alignment.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 228
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Logan Ketchum

School: San Diego State
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 39 tackles/4.5 tackles for loss/1.5 sacks last year in eight games, missing the end of the season with a torn pectoral muscle. Posted career-best numbers of 52 tackles as a junior.
Positive: Athletic weak side linebacker prospect who's been moderately productive in college. Effectively reads the action, displays a good head for the ball and remains disciplined with assignments. Gets depth on pass drops, plays with good quickness and chases the action hard. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Does not play to his 40 time or display great range on the field. Easily disrupted by blicks.
Analysis: Ketchum is a developmental linebacker prospect who's unpolished in many areas. He must improve his play in pass coverage to have a chance of making a roster.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 227
40: 4.72
Year: 5Sr

Kyle Knox

School: Fresno State
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter who also saw extensive action with the first team as a freshman. Senior totals included 55 tackles/6 tackles for loss/1 sacks after he posted a career-best 74 tackles as a junior.
Positive: Speedy linebacker who makes plays in every direction of the field. Displays good movement skills, a burst of speed and the ability to pursue the action from the back side. Makes plays sideline to sideline, forceful up the field on the blitz and displays skill in zone coverage. Relentlessly chases the action and works hard to get through blocks.
Negative: Engulfed at the point of attack by opponents. Not a strong wrap-up tackler who brings opponents down on initial contact. Adequate production in college.
Analysis: Knox was as dependable linebacker for Fresno State and on film displays himself as a potential weak side defender for the next level. He could have a role as a backup if he stands out on special teams.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 245
40: 4.85
Year: 5Sr

Cordarro Law

School: Southern Mississippi
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons. Senior totals included 64 tackles/22 tackles for loss/9.5 sacks and four pass breakups. Posted 47/11.5/6 as a junior.
Positive: Terrific college pass rusher with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Plays with leverage, rarely off his feet and quickly changes direction to chase the action from all angles. Plays smart football, gives effort and makes a lot of plays behind the line of scrimmage. Keeps his feet moving on contact, gets a lot of force going up the field and displays a variety of moves getting off blocks. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself, takes good angles to the action and shows skill pursuing down the line to chase the play.
Negative: Rarely used off the line of scrimmage or asked to drop into space. Average closing burst. Lacks top quickness off the snap. Easily disrupted from the action by blocks.
Analysis: Law is an intense competitor who consistently found ways to make plays on the college level, constantly disrupting the action behind the line of scrimmage. He's a natural pass rusher, but he lacks the size/speed numbers for any starting position at the next level. Law could easily find a spot on an NFL team as a situational pass rusher who comes out of a three-point stance or stands up over tackle.

Height: 6-2.4
Weight: 245
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Monte Lewis

School: Jacksonville State
Position: OLB
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons awarded all-conference honors since his junior campaign. Posted 32 tackles/7 tackles for loss/2 sacks as a senior after putting up numbers of 37/4/6.5 as a junior.
Positive: Undersized college defensive end who projects to outside linebacker at the next level. Plays with good quickness, gets leverage on opponents and effectively diagnoses the action. Uses his hands well, quickly changes direction and competitive. Goes after ballcarriers and flashes skill chasing the action from the back side. Possesses a burst of speed and is effective the times he stands up over tackle.
Negative: Offers more of a short burst of speed that he cannot sustain. Struggles taking on blocks and gets easily out-positioned or turned from the action.
Analysis: Lewis was a solid and tough small school defender who could make it as an eighth linebacker in the NFL if he performs well on special teams.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 253
40: 4.58
Year: 3Jr

Ronnell Lewis

School: Oklahoma
Position: OLB
Bio: All-Conference selection as a junior when he lined up primarily at defensive end. Totals included 60 tackles/13 tackles for loss/5 sacks with one interception. Started four games as a sophomore playing Oklahoma's hybrid defensive end/linebacker position and finishing with 37/5/3.5.
Positive: Fluid, smooth athlete with a developing game. Plays with good pad level, displays good quickness and is fast off the edge. Quickly changes direction and shows the ability to run down ballcarriers in pursuit. Occasionally stood up over tackle and displayed skill rushing the passer.
Negative: Must develop more moves and become quicker disengaging from blocks. Average instincts in space.
Analysis: Lewis comes with a large degree of upside. He was impressive last season primarily coming out of a three-point stance rushing the passer, but must develop a complete game and prove he can make plays in space.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 235
40: 4.73
Year: 4Sr

Ryan Lewis

School: Bethune Cookman
Position: OLB
Bio: Former tight end who moved into the starting lineup at linebacker as a sophomore and has been a team leader ever since then. Senior totals included 42 tackles/10.5 tackles for loss/.5 sacks, three interceptions and two pass breakups.
Positive: Explosive an athletic linebacker who makes plays sideline to sideline. Fluid moving in reverse, smooth change-of-direction ability and covers a lot of area on the field. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself and is fast out to the sidelines. Gets depth on pass drops, effectively makes plays in space and flows to the action.
Negative: Inefficient, taking too many steps or incorrect angles to plays. Easily slowed by blocks and not a strong tackler.
Analysis: Lewis adjusted well to his new position since moving to linebacker and offers the athleticism and skills necessary to get consideration on the weak side in a conventional defense.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 246
40: 4.79
Year: 5Sr

Travis Lewis

School: Oklahoma
Position: OLB
Bio: Four-year starter awarded varying degrees of all-conference honors since his freshman season. Senior totals included 83 tackles/4 tackles for loss/1 sack when he struggled through the year with a broken bone in his foot. Junior totals included 109/5.5/1.5. Had 109/5.5/1 as a sophomore. Posted career-best numbers of 144/11.5/3.5 with four interceptions as a freshman.
Positive: Tough, productive college linebacker with limited upside. Displays a terrific head for the ball, instinctive and quick to react. Chases the action hard, takes good angles to plays and remains disciplined with assignments. Fluid moving laterally, makes plays out to the sidelines and relatively effective in space. Squares into ballcarriers and wraps up when tackling.
Negative: Slow moving in reverse and lacks a quick backpedal in coverage. Marginally effective on the blitz. Minimal burst to the action and lacks overall closing speed.
Analysis: Lewis was a terrific college linebacker, but he lacks top size/speed numbers for the NFL. He plays smart football, gives effort on every down and could be a valuable backup in a variety of defensive systems.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 254
40: 4.85
Year: 5Sr

Brandon Lindsey

School: Pittsburgh
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 55 tackles/11 tackles for loss/8.5 sacks as a senior. All-conference selection as a junior with totals of 51/17.5/10. Primarily lined up at defensive end at Pittsburgh, although he did see action at linebacker as a senior.
Positive: Athletic prospect coming off a disappointing senior season. Fluid moving around the field, easily changes direction and makes a lot of athletic plays in space. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself, chases the action laterally and covers a good amount of area on the field. Gets adequate depth on pass drops and rarely gets knocked off his feet. Quick off the snap out of a three-point stance and displays an array of pass rushing moves.
Negative: Marginally instinctive and shows a lot of indecision on the field. Easily controlled at the point of attack by a single blocker. Adequate closing burst.
Analysis: Lindsey was highly rated coming into the season yet did not perform up to the expectations. He did improve as the season progressed and offers pass rushing skills for the next level yet may struggle to enter a starting lineup.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 237
40: 4.73
Year: 4Jr

Terrell Manning

School: North Carolina State
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with totals of 76 tackles/14.5 tackles for loss/3.5 sacks, three interceptions and five pass breakups. Junior totals included 75/10.5/4.5 with one interception and three passes broken up.
Positive: Fluid, athletic weak side linebacker prospect who makes plays sideline to sideline. Breaks down well, displays good quickness and fires up the field in run defense. Moves well laterally getting to the sidelines and shows ability in pursuit. Explosive at the point, possesses a good closing burst and shows skill in coverage. Remains disciplined with assignments, gets depth on pass drops and fluidly pedals in reverse. Uses his hands to protect himself, rarely off his feet and possesses better than average instincts. Plays with an aggressive nature, fills the right holes in run defense and attacks ballcarriers. Effectively diagnoses the action and does not back down to challenge.
Negative: Does not consistently take proper angles to the action. Not a strong wrap-up tackler. Lacks bulk, easily blocked from the action and struggles getting through the trash.
Analysis: Manning was a productive linebacker at North Carolina State and presented himself as a three-down defender with a complete game. He's a tough run defender who can also stay with tight ends downfield to defend passes. Slightly underrated entering the draft, Manning is a last-day pick who could eventually develop into a starter two seasons down the road.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 242
40: 4.7
Year: 5Sr

Brandon Marshall

School: Nevada
Position: OLB
Bio: Full-time starter the past three seasons after seeing action with the first team as a freshman. Totaled 102 tackles/2 sacks/10 tackles for loss as a senior and 63/1/10 as a junior.
Positive: Productive college linebacker who plays heads-up football. Instinctive, effectively diagnoses the action and positions himself to make plays on the ball. Quickly changes direction, flows well laterally to the play and is forceful up the field in run defense. Easily moves about the field and can flip his hips and drop off the line in coverage, showing the ability to stay with tight ends or running backs downfield. Breaks down well and effectively uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Shows hesitation in pass coverage. Easily slowed from the action by blocks.
Analysis: Marshall is an underrated linebacker prospect who is a three-down defender with a solid game. He offers possibilities both on the inside and outside. He comes with a special teams mentality, which is added value for the next level.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 264
40: 4.82
Year: 4Jr

Jonathan Massaquoi

School: Troy
Position: OLB
Bio: Junior college transfer awarded all-conference honors both seasons he played at Troy. Senior totals included 52 tackles/10.5 tackles for loss/6 sacks and two pass breakups. Junior numbers included 76/20.5/13.5.
Positive: Athletic college defensive end with the skills necessary to stand up over tackle in the NFL. Displays good awareness, quickly changes direction and is fluid moving in every area of the field. Effectively works his hands, displays outstanding movement skills and rarely knocked off his feet. Possesses good first-step quickness out of a three-point stance, plays with intelligence and immediately finds the ball. Has solid football speed, chases the play from the back side and is effective in pursuit. Fast off the edge and displays a variety of pass rushing moves. Creates a lot of pressure up the field and makes a lot of plays behind the line of scrimmage. Works hard to get involved and plays with an aggressive nature.
Negative: Lacks explosive speed and does not have a sudden burst chasing the action. Easily knocked off balance by the initial block. Added bulk prior to the 2011 season which may have contributed to his loss of explosion.
Analysis: Massaquoi has been a force the past two seasons and is the best pass rushing prospect to come out of Troy since DeMarcus Ware. He offers a variety of skill, comes with a lot of upside and offers potential in a number of defensive systems at the next level.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 232
40: 4.77
Year: 5Sr

Brandon Maye

School: Mississippi State
Position: OLB
Bio: Clemson transfer who came off the bench as a senior and posted 41 tackles. Junior numbers also included 41 tackles after he posted career-best numbers of 103 tackles/7 tackles for loss/3 sacks as a sophomore.
Positive: Relatively athletic linebacker who was up and down throughout his college career. Breaks down well, remains disciplined with assignments and fights hard to defend the run. Scrapes well laterally, effectively uses his hands to protect himself and remains disciplined with assignments. Displays a quick first step to the action and is forceful on the blitz.
Negative: Marginal skills in pursuit. Struggles taking on blocks and is handled at the point of attack. Production has slid since his outstanding sophomore season at Clemson.
Analysis: Maye possesses next level size/speed and showed flashes of being an NFL linebacker in 2009. His game has been in flux the past two seasons, but he has enough ability to get looks in camp this summer.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 260
40: 4.63
Year: 4Sr

Shea McClellin

School: Boise State
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior. Totals last year included 50 tackles/12.5 tackles for loss/2 sacks with two interceptions. Junior tackling numbers included 30/13.5/9.5.
Positive: Productive college defensive end who projects to linebacker in the NFL. Quick off the snap, fast off the edge and nicely collapses down the line of scrimmage to make plays in pursuit. Breaks down well, stays with assignments and displays solid speed in every direction. Slices through blocks to get to the quarterback, plays with good balance and fights hard until the whistle blows. Equally effective rushing the passer out of a three-point stance or when stood up over tackle. Gets depth on pass drops during zone blitz situations and is relatively effective in space.
Negative: Easily out-positioned from the action by a single blocker. Does not possess great pursuit speed.
Analysis: McClellin was a terrific college player who looked good in postseason scouting events. He was fluid and natural at multiple linebacker positions during the Senior Bowl and looked athletic at the combine. McClellin possesses a good degree of upside and has a versatile game, which will allow him to play several positions in the defensive front seven for a number of different schemes.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 222
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Marcus McGraw

School: Houston
Position: OLB
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors every season since his sophomore campaign. Led his team in tackles the past four seasons, most recently totaling 141 tackles/14.5 tackles for loss/2.5 sacks, one interception and seven pass breakups as a senior. Junior totals included 110/7/2. Posted a career-best 156 tackles as a sophomore.
Positive: Small yet fierce linebacker who flies around the field attempting to make positive plays. Remains disciplined with assignments, effective making plays in space and shows a burst of speed. Explodes to the action, quickly changes direction and fluid getting out to the flanks in pursuit. Fires between the gaps of the offensive line to defend the run and scrapes well laterally. Relatively effective in coverage.
Negative: Easily blocked from the play and gets caught up in the trash. Not a strong tackler and often needs to drag ballcarriers to the ground.
Analysis: McGraw is rarely mentioned in scouting circles, but he's a legitimate one-gap linebacker who would be effective in a system that allows him to chase down ballcarriers. Size is a limiting factor, but he offers potential as a nickel linebacker who can be placed on the field during third-and-long situations.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 261
40: 4.64
Year: 4Jr

Whitney Mercilus

School: Illinois
Position: OLB
Bio: All-conference and All-American player last season with totals of 57 tackles/22.5 tackles for loss/16 sacks, leading the nation in sacks. Also forced nine fumbles. Started two games as a redshirt sophomore and finished with 16/3/1.
Positive: Natural pass rusher whose game is on the rise. Explosive, plays with good lean and constantly penetrates the line of scrimmage. Fast off the edge, immediately alters his angle of attack and loses no momentum when he must change direction. Displays outstanding movement skills, wedges through double-team blocks and shows speed in backside pursuit. Keeps his hands active throughout the action and effectively protects himself. Plays with good balance and rarely gets knocked off his feet.
Negative: Gets caught up in the wash and struggles disengaging from blocks. Almost solely makes plays up the field.
Analysis: Mercilus watched his game take off last season and was a nasty defender who continually attacked opposing quarterbacks. He was a disruptive force who altered the momentum of games with the ability to make plays behind the line of scrimmage. He could be a pass-rushing end in a four-man line or an outside linebacker in a 34 alignment in the NFL. Mercilus needs to refine his game, but comes with a large upside.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 252
40: 4.94
Year: 5Sr

Dezman Moses

School: Tulane
Position: OLB
Bio: Iowa transfer who started the past two years at Tulane. Senior totals included 52 tackles/12 tackles for loss/9.5 sacks and five pass breakups. Posted 51/11.5/6, one interception and two pass breakups as a junior.
Positive: Relatively athletic playmaker who displays good movement skills on the field. Breaks down well, fluid changing direction and shows speed chasing plays laterally. Fast off the edge, plays with good pad level and keeps his feet moving on contact. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Diagnoses the action and quickly locates the ball.
Negative: Marginal open-field tackler. Struggles making plays in space. Overwhelmed by blocks and out-positioned by tight ends.
Analysis: Moses was a terrific college player, but he lacks the size and speed to be anything other than a rotational defender at the next level. He could be a situational pass rusher if he shows his worth on special teams this summer.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 256
40: 4.85
Year: 5Sr

Zack Nash

School: Sacramento State
Position: OLB
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his freshman season and named an All-American after his junior and senior campaigns. Senior totals included 52 tackles/15 tackles for loss/10.5 sacks after he had 37/16.5/13 as a junior.
Positive: Productive college defensive end who projects to outside linebacker in the NFL. Plays with good pad level, quick off the snap and works his hands throughout the action. Competitive and fights hard until whistle blows. Fluid if asked to twist or stunt, makes plays in every direction of the field and stays on his feet. Slides off blocks to get to the action and displays an array of moves.
Negative: Lacks strength at the point and easily pushed from his angle of attack by a single blocker. Lacks great pursuit speed.
Analysis: Nash has been a menacing defender the past two seasons yet lacks top size/speed numbers for the next level. He possesses strong side linebacker size and offers the football skill to get consideration on a practice squad.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 238
40: 4.63
Year: 5Sr

Tyler Nielsen

School: Iowa
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter and an all-academic performer since his freshman season. Totals last year included 73 tackles/4 tackles for loss/1 sack after he had 42 tackles and 4.5 tackles for loss as a junior.
Positive: Athletic linebacker with terrific size/speed numbers. Instinctive, effectively reads or diagnoses the action and explodes up the field to fill gaps in run defense. Tough run defender who holds his ground against blocks or defeats them altogether to get to the ballcarrier. Aggressive, fights to get up the field and wraps up tackling.
Negative: Just average production in college. Marginal ball skills in coverage. Neither quick nor fluid pedaling in reverse. Struggles locating the ball in the air and tends to do a lot of face guarding.
Analysis: Nielsen passes the eyeball test and is a smart student who carries his intelligence over onto the football field. Thus far he's displayed himself as a one-dimensional run defender and must improve his skills in pass coverage to have a career in the NFL.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 253
40: 4.73
Year: 5Sr

Louis Nzegwu

School: Wisconsin
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 34 tackles/6 tackles for loss/4.5 sacks as a senior after 46/7.5/3 the prior year.
Positive: Athletic college defensive end who makes plays in every direction of the field. Quick off the snap, keeps his feet moving on contact and rarely off his feet. Breaks down well and plays with leverage. Easily changes direction, fluid moving down the line and fast out to the flanks in pursuit of the action. Immediately gets his hands up and effectively uses them to protect himself. Displays the ability to slide off blocks to the inside and easily redirects to the action.
Negative: Undersized, slow getting off blocks and controlled by tight ends. Rarely used off the line of scrimmage in space.
Analysis: Nzegwu is somewhat underrated as a college defensive end who should be able to make the transition to outside linebacker in a 34 alignment at the next level. He'll need time to adjust yet possesses all the physical skills to be a backup on the depth chart.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 244
40: 4.75
Year: 4Sr

Ameet Pall

School: Wofford
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his junior season. Senior totals included 32 tackles/8 tackles for loss/3 sacks and after he had 60/22.5/12.5 the prior year. Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 when he was named to several All-American teams.
Positive: Hardworking yet undersized college defensive end who gets the most from his ability. Quick off the snap, fast off the edge and displays the ability to immediately alter his angle of attack. Plays with good pad level, keeps his feet moving and quickly regains his balance off the initial block. Displays an array of moves protecting himself, slices to the inside of blocks and consistently gets behind the line of scrimmage to make plays. Shows ability in pursuit and is fluid moving in every direction of the field.
Negative: Small and easily handled at the point of attack. Rarely used in coverage or asked to make plays in space.
Analysis: Pall is a hardworking defender who plays with a nonstop motor. He has size limitations yet could be used as a pass rush specialist at the next level in a three-point stance or standing up over tackle.

Height: 5-10.5
Weight: 242
40: 4.8
Year: 4Sr

Corey Paredes

School: Hawaii
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his junior season. Led Hawaii in tackles the past two seasons, totaling 107 tackles/6.5 tackles for loss/.5 sacks as a senior after posting a career-best 151 tackles prior year.
Positive: Undersized yet tough defender with a good head for the ball. Breaks down well, flows to the action and keeps the play in front of him. Relatively quick getting out to the flanks in pursuit, remains disciplined with assignments and squares into tackles. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself and takes proper angles to the action.
Negative: Not a strong or sturdy linebacker. Minimal closing burst to the action. Easily disrupted from his angle of attack by the first block.
Analysis: Paredes is a hardworking linebacker with football smarts but comes with limited size and athleticism. He could be a backup middle linebacker or even line up at fullback if he stands out on special teams a summer.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 271
40: 4.56
Year: 4Jr

Nick Perry

School: USC
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter at defensive end who totaled 54 tackles/13 tackles for loss/9.5 sacks as a junior after posting sophomore totals of 25/7.5/4.
Positive: Explosive defensive prospect with a developing game. Incredibly athletic, easily moves about the field and rarely knocked off his feet. Breaks down well, possesses solid first-step quickness and fires off the snap of the ball. Plays with good pad level, works his hands to protect himself and plays to his forty time. Quick off the edge, fast up the field and can bend or alter his angle of attack to get to the quarterback. Displays outstanding movement skills, covers a lot of area on the field and makes a lot of athletic plays. Wedges between blocks to make plays behind the line of scrimmage. Occasionally stood up over tackle and remains disciplined with assignments besides showing the ability to rush the quarterback.
Negative: Struggles getting off blocks and even gets handled by tight ends. Not stout at the point of attack defending the run. Played less than his combine weight of 271 pounds.
Analysis: Perry comes off a terrific junior campaign and was dominant during his combine workout. He possesses all the physical skills necessary to make an impact at the next level, and, to his credit, Perry displayed improved instincts last year. He comes with a huge amount of upside and can help a team at several positions in the defensive front seven if coached properly.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 222
40: 4.65
Year: 4Sr

Erik Rask

School: Penn
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season. Led the team in tackles the past two years, posting 83 tackles/11.5 tackles for loss/2.5 sacks as a senior with two interceptions and six more passes broken up. Junior totals included 65/8/3.5.
Positive: Quick, flowing linebacker who covers a lot of area on the field. Goes hard sideline to sideline, gives effort and shows a good head for the ball. Stays with the action, uses his hands well to protect himself and explosive at the point of attack. Breaks down well, fluid changing direction and remains disciplined with assignments. Does not bite on play-action passes, gets depth on pass drops and displays adequate skill in coverage. Instinctive and shows a burst to the action.
Negative: Undersized and can be overwhelmed by blockers. More of a drag-down tackler who struggles bringing ballcarriers down at the point of attack.
Analysis: Rask was a productive linebacker on the small school level and is best in pursuit He has size limitations yet offers possibilities as a backup one-gap linebacker and brings a special teams mentality with him.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 242
40: 4.72
Year: 4Sr

Keenan Robinson

School: Texas
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons. Senior totals included 105 tackles/9 for loss/1 sack and six pass breakups. Junior totals included 113/8/2 two interceptions.
Positive: Athletic linebacker prospect who can be used in a variety of systems. Effectively identifies plays, keeps the action in front of him and covers a lot of area on the field. Gets depth on pass drops, displays a feel for coverage and collapses laterally to make plays on the ballcarrier. Quick moving outside the numbers in pursuit of the action, effective making plays in space and wraps up when tackling.
Negative: Does not display a great burst to the action. At times does more hitting than wrap-up tackling. Average skill in pursuit.
Analysis: Robinson possesses solid size/speed numbers along with the football ability to start in the NFL. He needs to fine-tune his game yet is a prospect who can see action as a rookie then develop into a first-team player.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 235
40: 4.75
Year: 4Sr

Adrian Robinson

School: Temple
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his junior and senior campaigns. Totals last year included 52 tackles/13.5 tackles for loss/6.5 sacks and one interception. Junior numbers included 38/4.5/3.5.
Positive: Athletic linebacker prospect who can be used in a variety of systems. Effectively identifies plays, keeps the action in front of him and covers a lot of area on the field. Gets depth on pass drops, displays a feel for coverage and collapses laterally to make plays on the ballcarrier. Quick moving outside the numbers in pursuit of the action, effective making plays in space and wraps up when tackling.
Negative: Possesses a marginal closing burst and ineffective pursuing the action from the back side. Minimal playing speed. Undersized and will be engulfed by blockers.
Analysis: Robinson is a fluid and smooth athlete who does not possess the size to be a rush linebacker in a 34 alignment or the speed to play on the strong side in a conventional defense. He showed enough skill to make a depth chart as a pass rush specialist and has the potential to make an impact on special teams.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 227
40: 4.75
Year: 4Sr

J.K. Schaffer

School: Cincinnati
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior after leading Cincinnati in tackles with 114 tackles/12.5 tackles for loss/4 sacks. Also intercepted three passes and broke up six more as a senior. Junior tackling totals included 111/9.5/3.
Positive: Smart, tough college defender who lacks the physical skills for the NFL. Competitive, goes hard and very efficient. Takes proper angles to the action, effectively anticipates the action and remains disciplined with assignments. Quickly fills gaps up the field, aggressively takes on blocks and immediately diagnoses plays.
Negative: Lacks great size and gets controlled at the point by blockers. Not a strong or sturdy linebacker. Lacks the top closing burst to the play.
Analysis: Schaffer is a physical and intelligent defender who made a lot of plays with his instincts throughout his college career. He's limited by size and speed yet comes with a special teams mentality, which will give him a chance to secure a spot on a roster.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 265
40: 4.87
Year: 5Sr

Derrick Shelby

School: Utah
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with totals of 55 tackles/10 tackles loss/5 sacks. Junior numbers included 39/6.5/2 after 44/8/3 as a sophomore. Suffered a season ending knee injury at the end up his sophomore campaign which slowed him at the start of the 2010 season.
Positive: Explosive college pass rusher who makes a lot of plays behind the line of scrimmage. Fires off the snap, crashes down the line of scrimmage to make plays and slices between double teams blocks into the backfield. Easily changes direction or immediately alters his angle of attack, displays a closing burst of speed and moves well in every area of the field. Relatively athletic, shows skill dropping off the line of scrimmage and effective in space. Quickly gets his hands up, knocks blockers off the line and plays with explosiveness.
Negative: Undersized at defensive end and easily disrupted by blocks or knocked from his angle of attack. Lacks great pursuit speed and is not fast enough for a traditional linebacker position.
Analysis: Shelby was an impact player on the college level who consistently harassed opposing quarterbacks. He lacks the size for defensive end and speed for linebacker in the NFL yet could successfully line up as a situational pass rusher.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 231
40: 4.67
Year: 4Sr

Sean Spence

School: Miami-Fl
Position: OLB
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons awarded all-conference honors after each campaign. Senior totals included 106/14 tackles for loss/3 sacks after he had 111//17/2.5 and six pass breakups.
Positive: Athletic and explosive linebacker with the ability to make plays in every direction of the field. Displays a good combination of speed and quickness, flows well to the action and has a burst to the ballcarrier. Breaks down well, actively uses his hands and displays the ability to get off blocks. Does a nice job reading the action and diagnosing plays. Smooth turning his hips to transition with opponents in coverage and quick pedaling in reverse. Outstanding in pursuit and displays a burst of speed bearing down on the ballcarrier. Gives effort tackling and wraps up opponents at the point of attack.
Negative: Gets caught up in the trash moving laterally. Overmatched by larger tight ends in coverage.
Analysis: Spence is a somewhat undersized linebacker who stands out on film with his ability to make plays sideline to sideline. He's a potential weak side starter in the proper system at the next level.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 241
40: 4.68
Year: 5Sr

Nathan Stupar

School: Penn State
Position: OLB
Bio: Totaled 80 tackles/5.5 tackles for loss/2 sacks as a senior when he moved into the starting lineup on a full-time basis. Also accounted for two interceptions and broke up three more passes. Junior totals included 73/6.5/2, when he started seven games.
Positive: Disciplined, instinctive football player who's shown solid development in his game. Remains disciplined with assignments, chases the action hard and consistently puts himself in a position to make plays on the ball. Breaks down well, effectively uses his hands to protect himself and slides off blocks. Moves well in every direction of the field, gets depth on pass drops and shows a burst of straight-line speed.
Negative: Lacks lateral speed and ability in pursuit. Average size/speed numbers.
Analysis: Stupar plays smart, tough football and rarely makes mental mistakes on the field. He lacks great upside for the next level but could be a valuable backup in a variety of defensive systems.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 232
40: 4.76
Year: 4Sr

Andrew Sweat

School: Ohio State
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 72 tackles and five tackles for loss as a senior after putting up junior totals of 41 tackles and three tackles for loss. Sidelined with a concussion during the late part of his senior campaign.
Positive: Hardworking linebacker who displays good instincts. Remains disciplined with assignments, is very aggressive and works hard to get involved in the action. Takes good angles to the play and flies around the field, working to be productive.
Negative: Despite his measurables, looks like an average athlete and shows minimal quickness in his game. Gets caught up in a traffic or easily blocked from the action. Lacks a great closing burst.
Analysis: Sweat was productive at Ohio State and offers the measurables to play on the weak side at the next level yet must really improve his play making ability in space.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 238
40: 4.73
Year: 5Sr

Ronnie Thornton

School: Southern Mississippi
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter who led Southern Miss in tackles as a senior, posting 111 tackles/8.5 tackles for loss/1 sack, two interceptions and three pass breakups. Junior totals included 59 tackles. Had a career-best 114 tackles as a sophomore.
Positive: Productive college middle linebacker likely to shift to the outside at the next level. Breaks down well and works his hands to protect himself. Plays with good quickness, displays a terrific first step to the action and scrapes well laterally. Remains disciplined with assignments, takes good angles to the play and smooth moving in every direction. Fluid transitioning into coverage and gets terrific depth on drops. Makes the defensive calls and gets his teammates in proper position.
Negative: Undersized and easily washed from plays by blocks. Not a strong wrap-up tackler.
Analysis: Thornton was a tackling machine at Southern Mississippi who also displayed the ability to make plays in space. He offers potential as a backup linebacker on the weak side and comes with a special teams mentality.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 236
40: 4.48
Year: 5Sr

Korey Toomer

School: Idaho
Position: OLB
Bio: Junior college transfer who broke into the starting lineup last season then posted 68 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss, and 4 sacks.
Positive: Athletic linebacker with tremendous upside. Fluid and smooth moving in every direction of the field, quickly changes direction and covers a lot of area. Breaks down well, uses his hands to protect himself and displays the ability to get through blocks and make plays up the field. Remains disciplined with assignments, recognizes coverage responsibilities and can run downfield with tight ends. Solid open-field tackler who effectively makes plays in space.
Negative: Displays hesitation in his game and is late to react. Seems to do more chasing at times rather than playmaking.
Analysis: Toomer is a prospect whose game is on the rise, but he's a late-boomer who's transitioning his natural athleticism onto the football field. He possesses the size and skill to play on a strong side for a variety of defensive schemes and is a terrific developmental prospect.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 237
40: 4.72
Year: 4Sr

Danny Trevathan

School: Kentucky
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his junior campaign. Led Kentucky in tackles the past two seasons, posting 143 tackles/11.5 tackles for loss/3 sacks as a senior and 144/16/3 as a junior. Also intercepted four passes last year and broke up five more.
Positive: Tough, hardworking linebacker who gives effort until the whistle blows. Instinctive, quickly locates the ball and remains disciplined with assignments. Collapses to the outside in run defense, displays ability in pursuit and beats ballcarriers to the corners. Plays sideline to sideline, gets depth on pass drops and is effective in zone coverage. Sells out on the blitz.
Negative: Possesses marginal playing strength. Removed from plays by blocks or gets pushed off the point. Not a strong wrap-up tackler despite his production.
Analysis: Trevathan is a high-effort defender with a competitive nature, and he was productive in all facets of the game. Limited by size, he could have a home in a one-gap defense that allows him to freely flow to the ballcarrier. Trevathan comes with a special teams mentality, which will be his ticket at the next level.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 271
40: 4.76
Year: 5Sr

Courtney Upshaw

School: Alabama
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter awarded All-American and All-conference honors last season with totals of 45 tackles/17 tackles for loss/8.5 sacks. Junior numbers included 52/14.5/7.
Positive: Explosive college pass rusher with potential at a number of positions in the NFL. Breaks down well, bends his knees and plays with leverage. Works his hands throughout the action, strong and displays the ability to defeat blocks. Jolts opponents with a violent hand punch, displays solid movement skills and is fluid getting down the line of scrimmage. Quick out of a three-point stance, displays a variety of moves and rarely gets knocked off his feet. Immediately locates the action and displays good awareness. Easily alters his angle of attack, bends off the edge and possesses natural pass-rushing skills.
Negative: Does not show great speed in backside pursuit or the ability to chase ballcarriers down from behind. Struggles dropping off the line of scrimmage in coverage.
Analysis: Upshaw was one of the nation's most feared pass rushers the past two years, and he consistently made plays behind the line of scrimmage. While projected to outside linebacker by many, he may lack the pure speed and movement skills in reverse to consistently stand up over tackle at the next level. Upshaw may be best as a one-gap defensive end, as his game is more power than quickness and speed.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 242
40: 4.87
Year: 4Sr

Paul Vassallo

School: Arizona
Position: OLB
Bio: Junior college transfer who posted 70 tackles/50 for loss/1 sack as a senior after leading Arizona with 102 tackles in 2010.
Positive: Tough, run-stuffing linebacker who's a two-down defender. Gives effort, works hard to make plays and takes good angles to the action. Stays with assignments and anticipates plays.
Negative: Marginal speed and range. Struggles in pursuit and cannot get out to the sidelines or cut off corners. Struggles covering tight ends down the field.
Analysis: Vassallo has been a stout run defender the past two years and could be a backup on the inside of a 3-4 alignment if he proves his worth on special teams.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 235
40: 4.56
Year: 4Sr

Bobby Wagner

School: Utah State
Position: OLB
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season. Led Utah State in tackles each of the last three seasons, posting 147 tackles/11.5 tackles for loss/4 sacks and two interceptions as a senior. Junior totals included 138/8/.5 after he had 115 tackles as a sophomore.
Positive: Stout run-defending inside linebacker with a solid game. Remains disciplined with assignments, displays a good head for the ball and works hard to get involved in the action. Aggressive, scrapes well laterally and gets out to the flanks to make plays in space. Possesses a solid change-of-direction, easily adjusts to the action and keeps his feet and hands active throughout the play. Instinctive, takes good angles to the action and quickly locates the ballcarrier. Flies around the field attempting to make the tackle.
Negative: Displays minimal quickness in his game. Possesses marginal speed in pursuit. Will struggle in man coverage situations against tight ends.
Analysis: Wagner was a productive tackling machine for Utah State and has the ability to line-up in a variety of NFL defensive systems. He plays smart, tough football and should quickly break into a starting lineup at the next level.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 239
40: 4.8
Year: 4Sr

Nick Webb

School: Weber State
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season. Senior totals included 101 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss and five pass defenses. Junior numbers included 99 tackles.
Positive: Hardworking two-down defender who is best against the run. Breaks down well, effectively uses his hands to protect himself and remains disciplined with assignments. Quickly diagnoses the action, chases hard and gives effort.
Negative: Limited athlete with marginal speed. Loses momentum chasing plays laterally. Lacks range and struggles in coverage.
Analysis: Webb was a productive college linebacker, but he possesses limited physical skills for the next level. He could be a backup on the inside of a 34 alignment if he shows his worth on special teams.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 233
40: 4.62
Year: 4Sr

Tahir Whitehead

School: Temple
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with totals of 70 tackles/13.5 tackles for loss/5 sacks. Junior numbers included 56/7.5/2.
Positive: Weak side linebacker prospect who has shown progress in his game the past two years. Gets depth on pass drops, remains disciplined with assignments and shows a closing burst to the action. Immediately alters his angle of attack, loses no momentum when he must change direction and can turn it on in a single step. Possesses good range, has the ability to go sideline to sideline and flashes suddenness on the field.
Negative: Average instincts. Really does not make many plays on the ball in coverage. Adequate size yet struggles getting off blocks.
Analysis: Whitehead is an athletic prospect with the ability to run sideline to sideline and make plays in all areas of the field. His speed and agility are enticing, and Whitehead could make a roster as a backup weak side linebacker if he excels on special teams.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 249
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Kyle Wilber

School: Wake Forest
Position: OLB
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 70 tackles/11.5 tackles for loss/3.5 sacks as a senior and 65/14.5/6 as a junior.
Positive: Hardworking, versatile college defensive end expected to stand up at linebacker in the NFL. Effectively diagnoses the action, plays with leverage and works hard. Slices through blocks to make plays behind the line of scrimmage, fluid changing direction and displays speed chasing the action in pursuit. Easily moves down the sidelines and plays smart, disciplined football. Productive and gives effort on special teams.
Negative: Struggles in coverage and displays poor ball skills. Slowed by blocks.
Analysis: Wilber was productive in all aspects of the Wake Forest defense and has the skill set necessary to be a 3-4 outside linebacker in the NFL. He'll need to polish his game and improve his skill making plays in reverse, but he possesses the ability to eventually break into a starting lineup at the next level.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 238
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Greg Williams

School: Pittsburgh
Position: OLB
Bio: Three-year starter who posted 48 tackles/7 tackles for loss/2 sacks as a senior after junior totals of 64/5.5/1.
Positive: Athletic weak side linebacker coming off a disappointing season. Displays good movement skills, quickly changes direction and shows a burst to the action. Plays with a nice degree of quickness, shows ability in pursuit and can run down ball handlers from behind. Fast getting out to the sidelines, breaks down well and effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Displays good range on the field.
Negative: Undersized and gets caught up in the wash. Displays limited force and minimally effective on the blitz. Bites on ball fakes. Marginal skill in coverage.
Analysis: Williams has the size and speed to project to the weak side yet must significantly improve his play in coverage. He's more of a one-gap, chase-and-run linebacker who must be protected to have a chance to make plays.

Updated 2/26
RankRndNamePosYear
11stJadeveon Clowney
South Carolina
DE3Jr
21stJake Matthews
Texas A&M
T4Sr
31stAnthony Barr
UCLA
OLB4Sr
41stKhalil Mack
Buffalo
OLB5Sr
51stBlake Bortles
Central Florida
QB4Jr
61stTeddy Bridgewater
Louisville
QB3Jr
71stGreg Robinson
Auburn
T3So
81stSammy Watkins
Clemson
WR3Jr
91stTaylor Lewan
Michigan
T5Sr
101stC.J. Mosley
Alabama
OLB4Sr
111stMike Evans
Texas A&M
WR3So
121stKony Ealy
Missouri
DE4Jr
131stMarqise Lee
USC
WR3Jr
141stLouis Nix
Notre Dame
DT4Jr
151stJace Amaro
Texas Tech
TE3Jr
161stAaron Donald
Pittsburgh
DT4Sr
171stJustin Gilbert
Oklahoma State
CB4Sr
181stEric Ebron
North Carolina
TE4Jr
191stDarqueze Dennard
Michigan State
CB4Sr
201stCyrus Kouandjio
Alabama
T3Jr
211stDerek Carr
Fresno State
QB5Sr
221-2Zack Martin
Notre Dame
T5Sr
231-2Ra'Shede Hageman
Minnesota
DT5Sr
241stJohnny Manziel
Texas A&M
QB3So
251-2Jason Verrett
TCU
CB4Sr