Let me introduce you to a LB who is currently flying off of the radar.
Rated as the 43rd ranked player at his position by draft scout:
At CBS, he's listed as the 49th prospect:
A player who has racked up (total) tackles:
2010: 84 / 2 INT
2011: 77 / 6 INT
And currently this season has 26 total tackles (solo & combined) in two games
He's about 6' 1" - 225 pounds.
He's played in multiple schemes at Houston both 3-4 and 4-3 as an OLB. Last year (2011), as you might know Steward played in a base 3-4, he lined up as an OLB, yet often in passing situations he cover the slot receiver, which was interesting. He really wasn't a pass rusher. Not what he was known for.
This year 2012, Houston is running a straight 4-3, again Steward as an OLB. He's a stack LB, read and react. Also runs 4-2-5. He's asked to cover ground on pass coverage.
He's an active tackler, aggressive and apparently has a very good feel for zone coverage, dropping and reading pass. There's something compelling about a productive small school guy that routinely has double digit games in the tackle column.