I get the feeling Carlos Dunlap could play 3-4 OLB with limited coverage responsibilities, as well as 4-3 end. But it also seems that he could excel as a 3-4 end down the road as well. His upper body is under-developed, and he could easily beef up to 300 pounds or whatever weight he was asked to play at. Since he just turned 21, and is more than 2 years younger than Suh and other prospects, he is still very much developing physically, despite his huge frame. Griffen and Graham are a lot closer to being maxed out physically than Dunlap, who is significantly taller than both. Dunlap is 18 months younger than Alex Carrington, and a full year younger than McCoy and Odrick. Dunlap has plenty of question marks, but his proven production at the highest level over multiple years, incredible natural physique and talent, extreme positional versatility, and young age make me think that he would be a gamble well worth taking at 22. He could probably play linebacker and end in the 3-4 in the same series, this year, and allow for disguising of formation. Can anybody else see him playing 3-4 end on passing downs this year?