In 2007 I was all about taking Groves to be our OLB pass rush demon. Unfortunately it didn;t happen. In 2008 there was nobody that I saw that could step into that position, that was not a total projection. (And we know BB does not do projections.) So I have come up with three guys to watch in 2009 that should develop into 3-4 OLB pass rush demons. 1.) Dunlap of Florida. He has the length BB loves 6'6" and size 270 lbs., And he can run. Should be in the 4.6 range. He can stack the edge aginst the run and should develop into a monster pass rusher. PS: if he came back to school and put on 10 to 20 pounds, he could become a 3-4 DE. 2.) Romeus of Pittsburgh. He has the length 6'5" and the size 260 lbs. He should develop into a Vrabel type player. Good against the run and able to generate pressure off the edge as a pass rusher. 3.) Lang of Troy. Should not be confused with Ware, because he is not in the same league as Ware. He has some length 6'4" but at 250 lbs. needs to put on some weight. He can run and could be scary coming off the edge on passing plays. Might struggle against the run until he gets his weight up. My first choice in this upcoming draft is NT Mount Cody of Alabama, but I think he will go top 15 and we will be picking at #32. My second choice is ILB McClain of Alabama, but my spies tell me Pittsburgh has had scouts in Tuscaloosa all spring thus far. I think they are watching McClain. OLB is a hole in our defense so that makes the most sense for this draft.