I've been seeing some posts recently suggesting that Connor Barwin (as an example) essentially "counts double" because he projects to both OLB and TE. I'm curious how others value this. We talk a lot about BB valuing versatility, and it's easy to point to players like Vrabel and Troy Brown. But to me, Barwin's TE versatility counts very little in my overall evaluation of him because he projects to be vastly more valuable as an OLB. If I'm considering spending a high 2nd-round pick on a pass rusher, the fact that he also could be considered a 7th-round tight end really doesn't sway my judgment much. (What's more, Barwin's such a raw prospect at OLB that learning the one position should be more than enough to throw at him.) I guess I'd say that I value versatility in terms of special teams skills or closely related positions (FS/CB, C/OG, etc.) much more than two-way players. Any thoughts?