2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DEVIN BUSH JR: Michigan, 5110 234 4.44. Junior entry and three year starter from Pembroke Pines, FL. Bush is the prototype for the modern off-the-ball linebacker. Undersized for the traditional Mike but is athletic with sudden change of direction and fast. He makes plays in space and can handle backs in coverage. Played inside in the Michigan scheme and projects as a 3-4 or 4-3 Will in the NFL. Quick downhill and disruptive attacking gaps. Instinctive with a nose for the ball. Key react is patient and when he “sees it” he goes with no wasted movement. Fits at inside and outside gaps are normally precise. Effective shooting his hands to get separation from a block on the move. Powerful lower body and knee bend helps keep blockers at bay as he works to the ball. He is athletic enough to play on the edge versus a slot and is outstanding in the underneath zones. Fluid getting in his pass drop showing sudden reactions on the throw. Can cover backs on underneath and flat routes as well as a wheel route up the field. His quickness makes him an effective inside blitzer and he has a burst upfield chasing the quarterback. Outstanding sideline to sideline range in pursuit. Sound fundamental tackling skills with the ability to gather quickly and make tackles in space. He has some trouble with interior linemen on straight up blocks and can get covered up or walled off. Should contribute on special teams with ability to run and tackle in space. Despite size his athletic ability, speed, and quickness make him an elite prospect. 2018 stats: 79 T, 9 TFL, 5 sacks, 6 PBU, 2 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.17, right 2.01. OSR:1/15. First round. (A-32, H-9 5/8, BP-21, SS-4.26).