Really good read from Bruce Feldman on ESPN website. Take a look at the stats on Taylor Mays from USC. Mays' workout numbers are ridiculous. He's 6-3, 226 pounds, with 6 percent body fat and ran an electronically timed 40 this spring in 4.32 seconds. He did 26 reps with 225 pounds while also vertical jumping 41 inches and doing a standing broad jump of 11-4. (As evidence in his growth, Mays arrived at USC weighing 215 and posted a vertical jump of 35 inches and a broad jump of 10-0.) 6'3" 226lbs. 4.32 40 WOW, JUST WOW http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/columns/story?columnist=feldman_bruce&id=3420212 I would have no issues with the fins drafting the kid next year. Would be nice to have a safety other teams receivers fear (Ronnie Lott) that can play run support and cover equally well. The article also mentions Allen Bailey who is only a Sophomore for the Hurricanes. Keep an eye on this kid as I really think he has the potential to be the a dominating DE over the next few years.