Don't see that in a guy like Jordan
that could be. Jordan then also could be da bomb.
2009 a great example for LBs-
#5 Aaron Curry already has been a washout in Seattle
#13 Orakpo has been solid and good so far. Not all world but worth the pick
#15 Brian Cushing- solid good too, more problems with injuries than performance
#16 Larry English nearing full fledged bust status if not already there
#26 Clay Matthews- BOOM he leaps the 4 guys rated ahead of him and is an immediate NFL playmaker
I don't profess to be armchair scout extraordinaire so this is where we have to trust the front office and their draft room decisions. There's prolly as much luck as skill involved. Like Colston, or as belichick said about Brady... sumpin like- if we had any idea he would be anywhere near as good as he turned out we wouldn't have waited until the 5th rd to take him.
Like 7th Rd Colston, 4th Rd Evans, 5th Rd Nicks, & 3rd Rd Graham it would be a giant boost to get just one defensive player near that stature in the 3rd Rd or later.