In the thread on Jon Abbate... http://www.patsfans.com/new-england-patriots/messageboard/showthread.php?t=52717&page=2 ...I talked about the kind of tenacious, football-loving guy who's not physically gifted but becomes a linchpin of the team at ILB. And how you root hard for those guys, but they seldom make it at the next level. Well I was just reading thehuddlereport.com and it struck me: Drew Boylhart is an absolute sucker for those guys. Falls for them hard every year, rates them much higher than everybody else, watches them sink like stones, then comes back and does the same thing next year. Remember Robert McCune of Louisville in 2005? "Robert is a leader and has excellent football instincts. He makes the players around him better and he is very strong and can play any one of the LB positions...In my opinion, he is one of the best linebackers in this draft and may be the best MLB." How about Spencer Havner of UCLA in 2006? "This kid plays his heart out on every single down, which is his best attribute. I would guess that when he goes to the combine, he wonâ€™t wow you with any special times or measurables, but believe me, the team that needs an LB in the first round will be sorry if they pass on this kid." This year, we have Mark Zalewski of Wisconsin whom he grades as a 1st-round talent: "Mark will start for the team that drafts him right away. He will make players around him better and he will gain their respect the third time he puts them in the right position to make a play. His teammates will get up off the ground from making a tackle, look for Mark and point to him because they know he is the one that saw the play coming all the way. Mark is one of the few every-down LBâ€™s in this draft. He understands situational football and like I said before, he is like a coach on the field." Anybody notice other idiosyncrasies in particular draft sites? Tendencies to be aware of or discount?