Brown has adequate size and athleticism to hold up in space. In addition he flashes, ability to bring pressure as a pass rusher and can hold up underneath in zone coverage. He could also bolster the special teams unit.
He's an instinctive inside linebacker that plays with good leverage and has solid take-on skills. He could hold up in underneath coverage, however he lacks elite athleticism which brings up concerns about his ability to hold up in space.
He has a nice combination of size and athleticism. He shows good lateral quickness and make plays outside the tackles, but he needs to develop as a pass-rusher and become more instinctive to find and to react to plays more quickly.
Concerns about Datko's durability devastated his stock over the course of the 2011 season. If he can stay healthy, he's a steal at this point in the draft. He has above-average quickness and balance for his size.
He's another player who has trouble staying healthy, but again the potential to be a very good player is there. He has above-average instincts, he can cover the deep-half and he fills hard in run support.
He has the prototypical size and arm strength to make all the throws at the NFL level. He needs to improve his internal clock to succeed as he lacks the ability to buy time both within and outside of the pocket.
Harnish has some upside. He flashes above-average anticipation, he's mobile and he has a strong arm. On the downside, he's raw and has a hard time finding his second read if his first option isn't there.