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Draft Preview: Sorting Out The Inside Linebackers

Posted by Mike Wobschall on April 8, 2013 – 5:12 am

The Vikings don’t have a returning starter at middle LB (Jasper Brinkley signed with Arizona), they have 11 picks overall and 6 selections in the first 4 rounds of this year’s draft, and both of their 1st-round selections sit in the area where many expect a few inside LBs to come off the board. Add it all up, and it’s fair to wonder if the Vikings will be in the mix to take one of the draft’s top inside LBs.

There are many factors to consider when evaluating a linebacker’s chances of making it in the NFL. Is he a 2-down or 3-down LB? Does his college position transition well to the NFL? Or will he have to go through a position change? Those are relevant questions and will be part of the evaluation process for teams as they examine this year’s crop of LBs.

The highest-profile player in this class is Manti Te’o, the leader of the country’s 2nd-ranked defense (Notre Dame) this past season. Those draft analysts who don’t have Te’o atop their boards likely have Georgia’s Alex Ogletree rated #1. Others often included in the top tier are LSU’s Kevin Minter and Kansas State’s Arthur Brown. The analysts in our most recent Mock Madness are virtually split between Ogletree and Te’o at #1 and #2, then it’s generally Minter who rates #3 and Brown comes in at #4. There is one mention of Kevin Reddick by ProFootballWeekly.com.

Only time will tell if the Vikings tab one of the class’ top LBs early in the draft or if they choose to rely on the position’s depth and lean on the middle rounds. For now, all we can do is assess the options. Here’s a look at this year’s crop of LBs (alphabetical order)…

Arthur Brown – Kansas State
An instinctive player with over 100 tackles as a senior in 2012, Brown possesses an adequate frame (6-0, 241) to play middle LB in the NFL. He redshirted his first season with Kansas State (transferred from Miami) before starting all 13 games as a team captain in 2011. After collecting 100+ tackles and 9.5 tackles for loss (TFLs), Brown was named the Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year and was also 1st-team all-conference for the Wildcats. His success continued in 2012 as he amassed a second consecutive 100-tackle season and also tallied 7.0 tackles for loss (TFLs), 4 pass breakups (PBUs), 2 INTs and a sack.

Cool fact: Brown intercepted both Robert Griffin III and Geno Smith during his career at Kansas State.

Kevin Minter – LSU
Because the LSU Tigers consistently boast one of the country’s top defensive units, it’s easy for an individual to become overshadowed. After all, it was the likes of Michael Brockers, Morris Claiborne, Tyrann Mathieu, Barkevious Mingo, Sam Montgomery and Eric Reid who (deservedly) received much of the hype. But through it all, Minter was a solid contributor. The 6-0, 246-pound junior earned consensus 1st-Team All-SEC honors and was named his team’s MVP in 2012 following a campaign in which he totaled 130 tackles, 15 TFLs (which led the team), 5 PBUs, 4.0 sacks and a forced fumble.

Cool fact: Squatted 545 pounds as a redshirt freshman at LSU.

Alec Ogletree – Georgia
Athletic and productive, Ogletree enters the NFL draft after his junior season. In 30 games at Georgia Ogletree was productive, tallying just short of 200 tackles, 20.0 TFLs, 8 PBUs, 6.0 sacks, 4 forced fumbles and 1 INT. He was the Bulldogs’ leading tackler over the final 6 games of 2012 and was named All-SEC 1st Team after the season. The 6-2, 242-pound Ogletree came to Georgia as a safety and started his first game there, but quickly converted to LB and formed a talented duo with fellow draft class member Jarvis Jones. Ogletree missed the first 6 games of 2011 due to a broken foot and was also suspended the first 4 games of 2012. But when on the field, Ogletree is a difference-maker.

Cool fact: Has a twin brother who played FB for Georgia.

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Manti Te’o – Notre Dame
One of the most decorated defensive players in the history of college football, Te’o prepares to enter the NFL following an ultra-productive 4 seasons at Notre Dame in which he started 49 of 51 games (had 47 straight starts) and became the second player in school history to tally 100+ tackles in 3 consecutive seasons. Te’o was a consensus 1st-Team All-America by the Associated Press, Walter Camp and American Football Coaches Association. He finished runner-up in Heisman voting after this past season and helped lead Notre Dame to the national championship game. An off-field situation during the 2012 season in which he was the victim of an elaborate hoax captivated the sports world, but more relevant to Te’o’s football future is that he was one of the most productive players in the history of one of the country’s best programs and he has top-notch work ethic and intangible traits that will increase his chances of success at the NFL level.

Cool fact: Was teammates at Notre Dame with current Vikings S Robert Blanton, TE Kyle Rudolph and S Harrison Smith.

Don’t forget…
Kiko Alonso – Played 4 seasons at Oregon, led team in TFLs (14.0) in 2012 and was named 2nd-Team All Pac-12 after the ’12 season.
Jon Bostic – Senior from Florida known as big-time hitter against the run.
Kevin Reddick – A 4-year, productive starter at North Carolina who possesses traits that give him position flexibility.
Vince Williams – Key to Florida State ranking #2 in total defense during 2012 season and started 25 games the past 2 seasons.

Mid- and late-round prospects (as rated by NFL.com)
Michael Mauti (Penn State)
Nico Johnson (Alabama) – Nick Saban-coached, productive, smart, lunch-pail type of player who can step in and battle in the trenches.
Kenny Cain (TCU)
Bruce Taylor (Virginia Tech)
Steve Beauharnais (Rutgers) – Doesn’t jump out at you, but a solid and experienced player who may have been overshadowed at Rutgers.
Kenny Demens (Michigan)
Shaq Wilson (South Carolina)
Tom Wort (Oklahoma)
AJ Klein (Iowa State) – I’d rate him higher; 3-year starter in college; could play multiple positions in NFL; will be special teams star
John Lotulelei (UNLV) – No relation to Star Lotulelei; undersized; 121 tackles in 2012
Uona Kaveinga (BYU)
Jonathan Stewart (Texas A&M)
Will Compton (Nebraska)
Brandon Hepburn (Florida A&M)
Nick Clancy (Boston College)


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92 Responses to “Draft Preview: Sorting Out The Inside Linebackers”

  1. By Parody on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    I just hope that whomever we select, he will be a significant upgrade to our pass coverage in the center of the field.

  2. By WRHopkins2013 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Nice article Wobs…

    In Spielman and Singletary- I trust !!!…

    Here is another article about the LB position…Singletary has a nice little quote inside…”Just like anything else, you can be wrong. But I haven’t been wrong very often.”
    And you know what ???…Singletary is right !!!…He knows LB’s !!!… ;-)

    http://www.twincities.com/sports/ci_22975371/minnesota-vikings-appear-ready-go-young-at-middle

  3. By WRHopkins2013 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    In this draft…I am hoping the Vikings (double up) at 3 positions…

    I would like the Vikes to take 2 WR’s- 2 LB’s- 2 DT’s…
    Sprinkle in one solid G,CB in that equation also…

    That should make for awesome competition at those positions…

  4. By WRHopkins2013 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1595978-assigning-odds-to-every-potential-minnesota-vikings-first-round-pick#/articles/1595978-assigning-odds-to-every-potential-minnesota-vikings-first-round-pick

  5. By vikingbob136 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Take anybody but Teo please. Thank you

  6. By WRHopkins2013 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Ryan Nassib – QB – Pe ter King “keeps hearing” Syracuse’s Ryan Nassib and Florida State’s E.J. Manuel are considered late first-round picks in league circles.
    “Nassib in particular.” Per King, “NFL types” are also convinced Bills coach Doug Mar rone remains enamored of his college QB. “No way if you want Nassib you think there’s a realistic chance he gets past 41,” were the words of an NFL personnel man. No. 41 is the Bills’ second-round pick. Neither Nassib nor Manuel are considered first-round talents by a majority of draftniks, but QBs routinely come off the board earlier than anticipated. 2013 is unlikely to be any different. For his part, King “can’t stop thinking” Nassib ends up in Buffalo. Related: E.J. Manuel
    Source: Sports Ill ustrated Apr 8 – 9:04 AM

  7. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Minnesota Vikings appear ready to go young at middle linebacker

    By Ben Goessling

    Posted: 04/07/2013 12:01:00 AM CDT

    April 8, 2013 4:49 AM GMTUpdated:

    04/07/2013 11:49:58 PM CDT

    http://www.twincities.com/sports/ci_22975371/minnesota-vikings-appear-ready-go-young-at-middle?source=rss

  8. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Vikings assistant lauds USC receiver Robert Woods as high-character guy

    Posted by: Dan Wiederer Updated:

    March 28, 2013 – 8:26 AM

    http://www.startribune.com/sports/vikings/blogs/200420541.html
    .

  9. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    ( So now comes the crucial finishing stretch for Spielman and the Vikings in continuing to arrange their big board, prioritizing players that not only have athletic upside but fit with the franchise’s offensive and defensive systems. Oh, and yeah, like in 2012, the Vikings are putting a premium on guys with high character, unselfishness, strong work ethics and a passion for improving. )

    http://www.startribune.com/sports/vikings/blogs/200420541.html

  10. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Published April 08, 2013, 12:00 AM

    Other view: Clock ticks for Vikings stadium solution
    How are Minnesota taxpayers going to pay for their share of a new Minnesota Vikings stadium?

    By: St. Cloud Times editorial board, St. Cloud (Minn.) Times

    ( No, it’s not deja vu, and we’re not in “Back to the Future IV.” Unfortunately, this is a serious and very timely question, and one Gov. Mark Dayton and the Legislature must thoroughly answer before adjourning the 2013 session in mid-May )

    http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/event/article/id/263565/group/Opinion/

  11. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    BBAO: Delay Vikings stadium construction?

    http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcnorth/post/_/id/54916/bbao-delay-vikings-stadium-construction

  12. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    SKOL Vikings; Have a great day. later

  13. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    One more item

    ( So it’s not time to rekindle concerns about the franchise moving to Los Angeles. But it is time for the appropriate officials to figure out where the money is going to come from, and it’s not outrageous to straighten out any mistakes before large chunks of money start getting spent on construction. )

    http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcnorth/post/_/id/54916/bbao-delay-vikings-stadium-construction

  14. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    And can you say 4 yrs of outdoor football? later

  15. By Percy Harvin revenge on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    DRS……………Send the entire bunch of misfits (Frazier included) anywhere!

  16. By Alex on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    I don’t care which Lb we draft but only Brown should be taken in the first anyone else should be taken in the second.

  17. By Tom L on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Raise sales tax, everyone wants the wealthy to pay more taxes, they buy more sh!t, so they pay more tax. Maybe go like Atlanta, where owners pay a 50-60 mil only. Get the dome done.

  18. By Tom L on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    and Harvin revenge, isn’t there a street you should be playing on.

  19. By Percy Harvin revenge on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Tom L You like the other one track minds see that only the dam stadium buildt. You don’t see the bridges, roads, schools all going to h!ll in a hand basket, But that is ok with you narrow minded clowns that take football over people.

  20. By SaltyDog on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Tom L. Raising sales tax punishes the poor. They spend a much a much higher percentage of their income, where as the wealthy spend a much lower percentage of their income. It isnt all about dollars, it is about percentage. Tax the wealthy more with luxury taxes, dont raise taxes on things everyone buys. In my opinion, the more money you have, the more you can afford to chip in. Just remember if you are wealthy, America had a lot to do with it. Go open your business in Guatemala and see how well that works out bs doing the same in the US. Greed is bad right? So why be pro greed? I needed a tax break before I made it, not once I made it.

  21. By SaltyDog on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Harvin revenge, everytime you post something, we are all laughing at you as we read it.

  22. By WRHopkins2013 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    http://min.scout.com/2/1281754.html

  23. By Spencer on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    By Parody on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply
    I just hope that whomever we select, he will be a significant upgrade to our pass coverage in the center of the field.
    ——————————————————————————-

    Agree 100%

  24. By northwoodsv2 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Anyone taking odds on Winfield leaving Seattle without a contract in hand?

  25. By Titus Flavius Caesar Vespasianus Augustus on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    End of an era:

    Original Mouseketeer Annette Funicello Dies at 70

  26. By liito on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Lotulelei drops to Vikes at 23. Trade down the 25th spot to early 2nd round to get Te’O, Reid, and Woods / Patton / Hunter.

  27. By Shawn on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Te’o not getting past Ravens

  28. By +ULFBERH+T on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    I want to see more of Cody. Our Pick 12 specialist from last Preseason. Does all this 1st round Linebacker talk mean we wont be seeing him? Arthur Brown looks to be a good one with less wear and tear on the body.(More tread left) I think they need to find the wider tallent separations for the first round pick… These guys are all rich. WR + Beefy Linemen first round.

  29. By Frederick Jones on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    @+ULFBERH+T,

    The jones would tend to agree with you.

    The Vikings must be able to stop the p@ss and be able to p@ss.

    That is what our draft should emphasize!!!

  30. By Frederick Jones on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    @Titus,

    Annette was a babe!!!

  31. By Willy on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Anyone know a site that you can watch old Viking games? What would be even cooler is a site that has PA’s game commentary dubbed over the likes of d-bag Joe Buck.

    And wouldn’t that be sweet if we could watch games every sunday with PA announcing the game instead of the clowns from Fox and CBS?

    And no, you can’t listen to it on the radio and watch it on the TV, they are way out of sync, I already tried.

  32. By Percy Harvin revenge on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    SaltyHoundDog…………….What is this “We” Bullsh!t? You would laugh and complain if they hung you with a new rope.

  33. By BlueBird7 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Willy

    I started taping the Viking games years ago. I have quite a collection.

    It is fun to watch all those guys again. I also taped them without the commerials.

  34. By Spencer on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Put them on Youtube

  35. By justin on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Not Teo. Obviously not intelligent enough to be MLB in the NFL.

  36. By Goldvike on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    We have 2 get T. Austin
    If he’s still there when we pick

  37. By justin on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Ogletree would be nice. Hopefully, we can get both him and Keenan Allen in the first round.

  38. By WRHopkins2013 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1597277-sio-moore-scouting-report-nfl-outlook-for-connecticut-lb

  39. By dryes on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    - Jones, our coverage problems were mostly on Brinkley last year. without a good middle linebacker, we can have a hall of fame cb core and still suck at pass defense. Football 101

  40. By dryes on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    the most important position on defense in a 4-3 scheme is middle linebacker. not dt, not cb. middle linebacker. period. and teo did well in a 3-4 scheme where he had half of the responsibility that he would in a 4-3, plus he is slower than brinkley, who couldn’t cover the middle. instincts won’t make him fast enough for our scheme in the NFL. i see a lot of great comments, but the delusion around middle linebacker has me baffled.

  41. By dryes on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    * cb corps, i meant

  42. By vikingbob136 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Margaret Thatcher was a babe in 1947. Not!

  43. By mexicovikingsamigo on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    23 DT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    25 CB/MLB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    VIVA MEXICO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  44. By WRHopkins2013 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Rolando McClain – LB – Free Agent A source with knowledge of the situation tells Profootballtalk.com that free agent Rolando McClain has generated interest from “multiple franchises” since being waived last Friday.
    Browns GM Mike Lombardi was openly high on McClain coming out of Alabama, and multiple pre-draft reports in 2010 indicated Giants GM Jerry Reese was going to select McClain with the 15th overall pick. McClain went to Oakland at No. 8, and Reese “settled” for Jason Pierre-Paul. Both Cleveland and Reese’s Giants could use inside linebacker help. So there are two possible landing spots. Related: Browns, Giants
    Source: Profootballtalk on NBC Sports Apr 8 – 6:20 PM

  45. By Tomcat on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    My favorite LB is Brown by a wide margin. Isaw lots of Wildcat games, and he can play. Brown is both fast and a hard hitter. He can cover the guys like Sproles who are fast and also TE`s. Klein and Bostic are others if Brown is gone.

  46. By Titus Flavius Caesar Vespasianus Augustus on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Thatcher and Funicello died today– wow, two greats.

  47. By WRHopkins2013 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Antoine Winfield – DB – Free Agent The Washington Examiner reports the Redskins “remain a strong option” for free agent Antoine Winfield.
    Winfield visited the Seahawks on Monday. Minnesota “remains interested,” and a fourth unnamed team is trying to get Winfield to visit. The Examiner’s John Keim speculates the Broncos could be the mystery team. A source with knowledge of the situation tells Keim that Winfield wants to make a decision “soon.” Related: Seahawks, Redskins, Vikings, Broncos
    Source: Washington Examiner Apr 8 – 10:46 PM

  48. By Tomcat on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Man, I really hope we get Winny back. It doesn`t really sound that good. Without him, it almost forces us to take a CB early. In our division we probably should anyway.

  49. By Parody on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    If I were to choose any of those other teams for Winfield, it would be the Broncos. I think they give him the best chance of getting a Super Bowl ring before he retires.

  50. By Parody on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    think we need 2 corners more than we need 2 players at any other position on this team. There’s been too many injury issues to hope that one is going to be enough. Luckily, the CB class is deep, and I think we can find 2 high quality corners in the 4th round, leaving the first 3 rounds to handle WR, LB and DT issues while trading around to get the guys we want.

  51. By JOSH on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Any thoughts on vikings drafting Duron Carter. son of Cris Carter with a later round pick i feel like he has first round talent and potential

  52. By Tomcat on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Parody- Agreed to a point- If we could get one of the top 5 CB`s I`d get `im in the 1st.

  53. By john61 on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    CB ,DE,first round

  54. By Tomcat on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    I don`t know about a DE #1 but if there is 1 they like enough I`m sure they`ll take him.

  55. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    Just a note: Old new but still pertinent.

    CBO: The wealthy pay 70 percent of taxes

    The Washington Times
    Tuesday, July 10, 2012

    (Wealthy Americans earn about 50 percent of all income but pay nearly 70 percent of the federal tax burden, according to the latest analysis Tuesday by the Congressional Budget Office — though the agency said the very richest have seen their share of taxes fall the last few years.

    CBO looked at 2007 through 2009 and found the bottom 20 percent of American earners paid just three-tenths of a percent of the total tax burden, while the richest 20 percent paid 67.9 percent of taxes)

    Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/jul/10/cbo-rich-pay-outsized-share-taxes/#ixzz2PwTTJ3sV

  56. By DRS. on Apr 8, 2013 | Reply

    How much should a person pay in taxes? 50%, 60%, 70% of his/her income, I was just wondering? And why are any tax payers paying for a privet entities stadium, or is it as advertised, a public building where the team is paying rent? I was just wondering about this and many other things. Have a great night, and SKOL Vikings.

  57. By Shawn on Apr 9, 2013 | Reply

  58. By Tomcat on Apr 9, 2013 | Reply

    Talk about some loyal, dedicated Vikings fans. Not much shakin` lately and we`re still talkin` football, among other things.

  59. By BlueBird7 on Apr 9, 2013 | Reply

    Shawn

    Your veto shows what this entire governmental process is starting to do.

    Won’t be long until we all have to lock and load.

  60. By ASingularMan on Apr 9, 2013 | Reply

    Take Ogletree and Austin or Patterson or Justin Hunter or Hopkins in the 1st round! Te’o is WAY over-rated and Allen has a bad knee which will ALWAYS be a problem! I HAVE BEEN A VIKINGS FAN SINCE 1961, AND I SWEAR TO ODIN, IF WE TAKE EITHER MANTI TE’O OR KEENAN ALLEN IN THE 1ST ROUND, I WILL BECOME A SEAHAWKS FAN!!! ÜFDÄ!!!

  61. By Tom L on Apr 9, 2013 | Reply

    Singularman, defense defense defense.Stop the other team and AP with a few pass plays to Jennings wins.

  62. By Go Vikes on Apr 9, 2013 | Reply

    ASingularMan…..Enjoy the Pacific North West. Don’t forget that Spielman likes to pick injured players. the more injured you are, the better the contract. I should enter the draft with my fused spine and knee replacement. Maybe I’ll get a multi million dollar contract!

  63. By justin on Apr 9, 2013 | Reply

    To ASingularMan: I seem to recall a running back who had a knee problem coming into last year. What was his name again? Oh yeah! That’s right, AP the MVP. Even more reason to take Allen in the 1st round. You go ahead and move to Seattle and we’ll laugh in a couple years when we have a Lombardi trophy and the Seahawks are in debt.

  64. By Bryan cambell on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    Mississippi State L/B Cameron Lawrence #10 2010-2012.
    291 Tackles, 7 Sacks, 9 pass break ups, 5 forced fumbles and 4 interceptions. All-SEC football, ALL-SEC academics, Team Captain, Back to Back 120+Tackle seasons

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