On one of the greatest defenses of all time, Michael Brockers was one of the main reasons why the defense was so stout, but with so much attention paid to other guys like Mathieu and Claiborne, he went a bit under the radar. As the season went on though, the Redshirt Sophomore was playing at such a high level that his presence could no longer be ignored, he was so dominant and highly thought of, that he quickly decided for the draft despite just being a Sophomore. Brockers is an absolute beast up front, at 6-6 310, he doesn't look to have an ounce of fat on him, and is as strong as they come. With his dominating size and strength, he also creates great leverage, playing under his defenders pads, giving him the ability to walk his defender back into the pocket. He also can maintain 2 gaps very well, and rather easily occupy double teams, making him a fit in any defensive scheme. His areas of weaknesses are pretty much all things that can be coached, as he has only been a starter for 1 year, so his ceiling, and potential are sky high. Brockers is a future All-Pro player, and while I think he is a better player than most do, he will definitely be a Top 20 selection.