Kerrigan is as good a prospect as any OLB- DE in this draft except for Bowers. His consistency was outstanding. 13 sacks this year 12 sacks last year in the big ten. He had 5 more sacks his last 2 years at Purdue than Brandon Graham had his last 2 years. Big ten defensive player of the year. Not much more needs to be said. His size and timed speed in the combine will indicate how high he goes. If he is at least 6'3 1/2 over 260 and runs a 4.75 he will be a top 12 pick. Now that we know we are staying with the 4-3 i think the talk of a pass rushing linebacker is over. If you want a pass rusher it needs to be a 4-3 DE like Quinn or Kerrigan not a hybrid guy.