2015 NFL Draft: Early Look at Inside Linebackers

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Vanderbilt Commodores wide receiver Jonathan Krause (17) drops a pass as he is hit by Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Ramik Wilson (51). Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

Most Underrated Prospect

In addition to the other top players at the position, I would also like to highlight Georgia’s Ramik Wilson, who I believe is highly underrated and could rise up draft boards as April approaches.

Wilson’s impact at Georgia may be overlooked because of teammates Jordan Jenkins and Leonard Floyd, who both returned to school and will be top prospects in 2016.

Wilson is a three-down player who has excellent athleticism and ability in space. He may be the top inside linebacker prospect in pass coverage, which is becoming increasingly valuable in today’s pass-happy NFL.

At Georgia, Wilson trailed tight ends or receivers lined up in the slot downfield and also showed an ability to roam the middle of the field and break on the ball.

Wilson can stay on the field in nickel and dime packages and would be the type of player Green Bay could use on third down. He would be a steal in the third round.

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