Here’s what you should do. Just check out some film.
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Any questions? We didn’t think so. Forget where he played. Forget who he played against. This guy can ball.
7. Chase Winovich (another hybrid)
According to Lance Zierlein of NFL.com, Winovich ‘plays the game like he has zombie blood pumping through his veins’. Seriously, what can you say to follow that and sound more clever?
In his final season at the collegiate level, he racked up 59 total tackles (33 were solo) and five sacks. He too would make more sense playing defensive end in Shwartz’s scheme.
We’ve reached the Crimson Tide portion of this list. In his final season in Tuscaloosa, Miller tallied 36 tackles (11.5 resulted in a loss) and 8.5 sacks. He knocks down balls when he’s asked to play in coverage. He’s also shown he does well as a situational pass rusher.
He figures to hear his name called in Round 3 or Round 4.