LB Tre Lamar, Clemson*

6’3” – 253 lbs. – N/A Appeared in fifteen games as a freshman (17-3.0-1.0), then started eight of ten the following year (50-5.0-4.0). Spent this past season as a full-time starter, recording 79-5.5-3.0 before declaring for the draft. Conventionally-built middle linebacker with good bulk and length for the inside; played behind a four-man defensive lineContinue reading “LB Tre Lamar, Clemson*”

LB T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin

6’0” – 230 lbs. – N/A Was a two-star recruit who redshirted in his first year with the Badgers, then ended up starting in each of the subsequent four seasons, with very good all-around production. Worked his way up the depth chart quickly and has been highly productive for four years. Thickly-built, barrel-chested middle linebackerContinue reading “LB T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin”

LB Te’von Coney, Notre Dame

6’1” – 234 lbs. – N/A Appeared in twelve games as a freshman, then started nine of twelve games played the following year. Started seven of thirteen games played as a junior. Comes with three years of production for a major program. Plays both inside and outside in the Notre Dame defense, probably projecting asContinue reading “LB Te’von Coney, Notre Dame”

LB Mack Wilson, Alabama*

6’1” – 240 lbs. – N/A Five-star recruit who played sparingly in fifteen games as a freshman (8-0.0-0.0) before rotating in more heavily over twelve as a sophomore (40-2.5-0.0) but didn’t step into the starting lineup until this past season, being stuck behind the likes of Reuben Foster, Rashaan Evans, and Shaun Dion Hamilton. PostedContinue reading “LB Mack Wilson, Alabama*”

LB Jahlani Tavai, Hawai’i

6’2” – 250 lbs. – N/A Redshirted, then started eleven games at outside linebacker the following year, posting 56-5.0-3.0. Slid inside as a redshirt sophomore and had a highly productive campaign of 129-19.5-7.0. Enjoyed another strong campaign as a junior (124-11.0-5.5), then sustained a season-ending shoulder injury in late October of his senior year; finishedContinue reading “LB Jahlani Tavai, Hawai’i”

LB Germaine Pratt, North Carolina St.

6’3” – 240 lbs. – 4.57 Started his collegiate career as a reserve free safety, recording 62 tackles and intercepting two passes over his first two seasons with the team. Redshirted 2016 with a shoulder injury. Became a linebacker in his junior year, posting 69-5.5-0.0 with two interceptions without starting a game, and then enjoyedContinue reading “LB Germaine Pratt, North Carolina St.”

LB Devin White, Louisiana St.*

6’0” – 237 lbs. – 4.42 Rotated into the defense over twelve games as a true freshman, also contributing on special teams and finishing with a line of 30-3.0-1.0. Became a full-time starter the following year, posting back-to-back lines of 133-13.5-4.5 and 123-12.0-3.0 before declaring for the draft. Comes with a solid combination of sizeContinue reading “LB Devin White, Louisiana St.*”

LB Devin Bush Jr., Michigan*

5’11” – 234 lbs. – 4.43 Son of former pro safety Devin Bush, who was a member of Michigan’s coaching staff during Bush Jr.’s time with the Wolverines. Appeared in seven games as a freshman, then stepped into the starting lineup in 2017 and posted 95-10.0-5.5, following that up with a 66-8.5-4.5 year that earnedContinue reading “LB Devin Bush Jr., Michigan*”

LB Dakota Allen, Texas Tech

6’1” – 232 lbs. – 4.77 Redshirted, then played in five games the following year. Ended up being dismissed from the team for conduct violations, causing him to transfer to East Mississippi Community College. Returned to Texas Tech and took over the full-time starting job at weakside linebacker in 2017, leading the team in tacklesContinue reading “LB Dakota Allen, Texas Tech”

LB Cameron Smith, Southern California

6’2” – 238 lbs. – 4.69 Started nine of ten games as a freshman, but season ended early after sustaining a season-ending injury. Started all thirteen games the following season, and reprised his starting role as a junior and senior; however, he has missed time while dealing with a hamstring injury in 2018. Comes withContinue reading “LB Cameron Smith, Southern California”