2007 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ZAK DEOSSIE: Brown, 6045 250 4.63. Three-year starter that may break into the league as a special teams’ coverage athlete and a long snapper. An angular outside linebacker that would remind you of Bill Romanowski. Big hands and long arms. Improved in 2006 as an inside run player and improved his hand use. Best position may be a Sam linebacker and a long snapper. When he sees the play develop, he can get there in a hurry. Excellent pursuit on plays away. Plays square to the line of scrimmage. Can run with backs and tight ends this level in man coverage. Level of competition was weak. Struggles in space to break down and wrap tackle. Stiffness in hips hinders blitz effectiveness. Must see play to get to it. Very average instincts. Has an injury history. Dad (Steve) played in the NFL. Plays tall. Needs to work on bending his knees. Overall football intelligence is good, but instincts are off. A raw talent and developmental player that needs to improve his pass rush skills and overall outside linebacker play. Third/fourth round. (A-35 1/2, H-10 1/2, BP-26, SS-4.22).