A few weeks back, I did a "video time" post that featured four outside linebacker prospects. This week I will add to that list. After all, if the Dolphins aren't going to bring back Jason Taylor, they then have an even greater need at outside linebacker. Why? Because you simply can't go into an NFL season with Charlie Anderson or Quentin Moses as one of your starting outside linebackers.
Below are some more potential outside linebackers. Enjoy.
First up is a fast riser - Virginia Tech's Jason Worilds. Worilds is a very intriguing player who has the size, speed, and explosion to transition well to playing OLB in Miami's 3-4:
Ohio State's Thaddeus Gibson is another second or third round pick who has exciting potential as a rush linebacker:
A player who is quickly rising up draft boards is Utah's Koa Misi:
And to close things out, after all of the above second or third round prospects, is perhaps a top ten pick who could be on the board at pick #12: GT's Derrick Morgan. While I like Morgan's ability to both rush the passer and defend the run, I'm far from sold on his ability to drop into coverage, which is something an OLB in this defense has to occasionally do. I'm just not sold on Morgan's ability to play in space: