3. 4. Kasim Edebali, Boston College
Edebali has burst onto the scene during his senior campaign for the Eagles and is leading the team in sack (4.5), and ranks 15th in the country.
Edebali has an improved first step, bursting off the line of scrimmage. He has good hand placement which has drastically improved with the arrival of a new defensive staff at BC. He has also started playing in multiple spots and both with his hand down and standing up, showing versatility that was before unseen.
He is a bit undersized for a defensive end (6-3, 246) and will likely translate to a rush linebacker in the NFL. He will be a project at that position but has tools that will help him make the move. He is tough, strong and has shown a motor that never quits. If Edebali continues to get after the passer, he could see his stock rise.