I have been wanting to start this thread for a while because my binkies are always the too small/tweener OLBs who are seriously devalued by todays NFL. To me they are in a way similar to QBs on offense; fitting into a defensive scheme seems to be more important than letting the dog off the leash. I think we can agree that alot of QBs go undiscovered, just look at Brady and Warner. But I think alot of the athleticism and pass rushing abilities are ground off some guys to make them better all around players. This year my binky is Bruce Carter of UNC, 4.39, makes Guyton look pedestrian. He has a unique skill set and gets to the edge and takes down both QBs and kicks like no one in college. I think in a perfect world he is the definition of a luxury pick for the Pats, a pass rushing specialist with value on ST has got to get BB's attention right? Then again I look at my other binkies to see their progress....and while successful they certainly have limitations. Guyton should be a great cover LB and a decent backup but was forced to start and his problems holding his ground were glaring. Wesley Woodyard led the SEC in sacks I think a few years ago, also the fastest LB/tweener who went undrafted yet has started a few games for Denver. I dont have the time to go into a proper in depth post here but I wanted to open this up to discussion and see if others see the value of having such a specialist on the team. I dont think BB has ever drafted anyone close to him, yet our fan favorite Bruschi was such a tweener who worked out well we can all agree.