The Good: He displays the talent to be an early every-down defender. He has the speed off the edge to rush the passer and the bulk and technique to stuff the run. He can play either side in a 4-3 front four. He is quick off the snap, has an exceptionally high motor and a better-than-average burst of speed.
The Bad: His quickness, change-of-direction ability and instincts lead some to believe he can be an outside linebacker in a 3-4 scheme. But why move him to linebacker? His learning curve there may delay his impact a few seasons.
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