2012 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about NAJEE GOODE: West Virginia, 6001 244 4.59. Two-year starter in a 3-3-5 defensive scheme. His first three years he played at outside linebacker. His senior year he played in the middle. His dad, John, played tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles. Well built for a linebacker. Thick and quick. A good athlete with short arms for the position. His role in the defensive scheme included several twists and run throughs. He is quick to the gap and makes plays behind the line of scrimmage. Can mirror running backs in the flat. Against Clemson he was manned up on Dwayne Allen and jammed him at the line of scrimmage and covered him down the seam. He has the agility to drop into zone coverage with his vision and change of direction. He is a size and speed prospect who needs a chance to develop in a conventional 4-3 or 3-4 scheme. Chances are he will make a ball club as a special teams’ core player, then work into a linebacker position. 2011 stats: 87 tackles, 14 TFL, 5 sacks, 1 PBU, 1 INT. OSR:5/16. Injured his pectoral muscle during bench press so did no shuttle or cone drills. Sixth/seventh round. (A- 31 7/8, H-9, BP-DNP, SS-DNP).