DL | (6-3, 277, 5.05) | Michigan
By Pro Football WeeklyNotes: Played in every game as a redshirt freshman, started 10 games in 2000 and every game in '01, when he led the team in sacks. Had 24 stops, six tackles for loss, one sack and an interception in 2000; 22-8-7-0 in '01; and 18-5-4-1 in 13 games in '02 (including the Outback Bowl) while making nine starts at defensive end.Positives: Undersized effort player with good technique and use of hands. Relentless and shows a lot of heart.Negatives: Too small to play inside and not quite fast enough to play outside. Inability to shed blockers and close on quarterback is detrimental. Lacks athletic ability. Summary: Wasn't special in college but made the occasional play. Still, that isn't enough to take him to the next level.* Player biographies are provided by Pro Football Weekly.