North Carolina Tar Heels loses Marvin Austin, Greg Little and Robert Quinn for season - ESPN UNC had one thing going for them this year and that was their defense, headed by perhaps the top LB in college football this year and among the best DTs available. After violating the Agent Relations Rules in place by the NCAA (think along the lines of the Dez Bryant situation). Marvin Austin has been dismissed from the team. Whether or not that can be read as banned for life or the season is unclear but in either case you would have to think this means he has to declare for the draft. He profiles as a 3-tech DT in a 43 but at 6' 3'' - 305lbs and very good speed he could play DE in our system. Greg Little was banned along with Quinn from playing in the NCAA. He's a big, physical Possession WR type at 6'3'' - 220lbs. Walterfootball.com has his forty in the 4.5 range which is less than ideal but still good. He was projected as a mid round pick and with such a strong crop of WRs eligible this year, he could be a steal in the later rounds. The bigger story is Robert Quinn being kicked out of the NCAA entirely. If he had chosen to declare after completing the NCAA season he was a lock to be a top 10 pick. At 6'5'' - 270lbs and a 4.6 40time, he fits the profile that BB looks for in that 34 Elephant LB spot, the only problem was there was little chance he would fall to us. Now it's a different story. Not only has his draft stock been hurt because of this nonsense but he has to declare because the NCAA won't let him come back. Instead of a top 10 pick, he's probably looking at late 1st, early 2nd territory. Bottom line, this is a dream come true for BB brain trust if these guys were on their radar. In what could be a weak draft class due to the looming lock out, there are 2 excellent Defensive Front 7 prospects available at spots where they need help.