several guys have the functional strength greater than Dupree. they also have that speed and quickness but the biggest factor is length of arms compared to him. that's got to be considered. so many have struggled in the NFL because of that. tackles, guards, centers, pass rushers, d-linemen and so on. that's my concern about him. the next thing is what do we do with moats and JJ if they come on this year as full time players? we will have a 3 guys with one always sitting but paid awful well. I also wanted to address some of your concerns about his hesitation, and it very well could be coaching and scheme. a lot of college's run that zone read and it does cause hesitation for pass rushers on the outside. it's used as a tool to slow down the pass rush and make these guys hesitate a step. he won't see as much of that in the pro's as of right now anyway. it really is a tough call on which of these guys will become better pros compared to college players. it's such a gamble, but if you hit the right combination you really have something. of course if you have too many, you also strap yourself into tying up cap dollars on part time players of the same position. similar to worilds as a #2 pick sitting for 4 years basically. I don't remember us ever having two #1 draft picks at OLB. does this eliminate these guys or JJ? do we look 2nd or 3rd instead? or do we take a mid round guy and hope he just provides depth for a year and maybe more down the road until we see what we have with what we have?