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NFL Draft > 2012 Prospects > ILB > Najee Good

Najee Good Scouting Report

Position: ILB
Conference: Big12
School: West Virginia Mountaineers
Year/Status: Drafted
Jersey Number: #52
Height & Weight: 6' - 244 lbs.
Draft Prediction: Seventh Round
Drafted 5.5 in 2012 by TB

2012 NFL Combine Results
40-Yard Dash4.64
Vertical jump35.5
Broad jump9'9

2012 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
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Najee Good, ILB, West Virginia

West Virginia inside linebacker Najee Good is an undersized prospect who will compete for the backup spot on the Tampa Bay Bucs' depth chart. Good has nice straight line speed and fast-moving feet that take nice, short, choppy steps.

His frame is more or less maxed out, so he is close to his maximum weight. In spite of that, he ran a very good 4.64 40 yard dash at the combine. Mason Foster isn't going anywhere as the current starting MLB, but Good will come in to compete for the backup spot against Mike Balogun. He'll make his mark on special teams where he excelled in his earlier years at West Virginia. Will need to learn to play more under control when making tackles since he will often tuck his chin and lose sight of the ball carrier.

Due to his size, he can get eaten up by larger blockers and will need to use violent hands to disengage. If given a hole, he can quickly attack it downhill and get in the backfield. He possesses adequate speed to play sideline to sideline and cover running backs as well.

Last Updated Apr-29-2012 by Matt De Lima

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