I get the appeal at first glance, he has that height, weight, speed that BB mentioned a few years back, but has anyone really watched him play? I watched 3 games of his this year.(Iowa, USC, and OKie ST.) The Iowa game showed that he had some raw potential and a prospect for the Patriots, but the USC and OK. St game also showed that he has a lot of work to do. Right now, he is a one trick pony with a limited skillset in that role. He is a pass rush specialist without any pass rush moves. He has a good first step, but he either trys to speed rush to the outside(and does not have great bend when doing that) or he tries to bull rush. In the bowl game they ran at him all day long and he was lost out there trying to set the edge. I came away unimpressed and thought he would be a good mid-round pick to try and develop. On top of that, he admitted himself that he played a very simplistic role in college and has to learn schemes. I just do not trust taking a guy high that is so far behind in basic football knowledge. Finally, as a guy who admitted that his only job was to rush the QB, to have a career high of 8 his sophomore year is concerning to me as well. For a guy who is going to have to transition to another position and learn from scratch new responsibilities, how many sacks can we expect from him in the NFL? Reed just doesn't seem like a BB type pick unless that pick is made in the 3rd round or later. I cannot get on board with people wanting him at 28 or 33. What am I missing here? am I wrong?