After the show Griffen put on at the combine, I went back and reviewed some of his games, and was surprised by what I saw. For some reason I didn't think he had the length, strength at the POA, or agility to play OLB for us (still scared because of our good buddy, Vernon the Jet-setting bust), but I've changed my mind. In fact, I think he's the best combination of size, burst, fluidity, and power that we'll find in this year's draft. He's only 6'3 (and 5/8 according to some sites), so he doesn't quite hit the magical 6'4 mark, but at 275 he's got great bulk. Check out his ability to set the edge, stack and shed, drop into coverage, rush the passer, and generally line up in a variety of positions (both DE and stand-up OLB on the right and left side of the line). This video from Universal Draft does an exceptional job breaking down Griffen's game. Some may question his attitude/work ethic, but he's grown up a lot this year from what I can gather. Also, there's no shame in losing his starting job to Clay Matthews last year--and it speaks to his talent that they battled back and forth for the position. I'll take a guy any day who seems to have more talent than a pro-bowler, and just needed time to mature before he could put it all together. YouTube - Universal Draft Presents DE Everson Griffen of USC YouTube - USC DE #93 Everson Griffen Highlights 2009 Right now I'd take him at 22 without hesitation if he lasts that long. Thoughts?