"Behold, the tailgate party. The pinnacle of human achievement. Since the dawn of parking lots, man has sought to fill his gut with food and alcohol in anticipation of watching others exercise."
- Homer J. Simpson
I don't know where some of u been finding ur info on Greene, but i reccomend watching him urself, as the guy is as talented a defensive player as there is in this draft.. He litteraly was RUTGERS football, and just dominated in every aspect u can, pass rushing, forcing fumbles, defending the pass and just being a animal against the run... Either way, heres a scouting report from Walterfootball whos seen a ton of em..
2013 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Khaseem Greene
Khaseem Greene, 6-0/236
Khaseem Greene Scouting Report
By Charlie Campbell
Extremely reliable tackler
Uses good tackling technique to wrap up ball-carriers
Regularly generates splash plays
Produces good down-and-distance situations
Will have to work on taking on and shedding blocks
Only a 4-3 player
Only an outside linebacker
Summary: The Rutgers team lived off of Greene in 2012. The Scarlet Knights didn't have a high-powered offense and were led by their stop unit. Greene and cornerback Logan Ryan had tremendous seasons to carry the defense.
It was impossible to not notice Greene when watching Rutgers. He was all over the field and constantly around the ball. Greene was superb as a run-stuffer. He also attacked the line of scrimmage and produced big plays in the backfield. Greene made his presence felt in pass defense both as a blitzer and by dropping into coverage. He totaled 136 tackles, six sacks, six forced fumbles, five passes batted, two interceptions and 12 tackles for a loss this year.
Greene played safety his first two collegiate seasons before moving to outside linebacker as a junior. The move payed off for Rutgers as he used his speed to fly around the field and make tackles. Greene led the team with 141 tackles, 14.5 tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks and two forced fumbles in 2011. He broke his ankle against Iowa State in the 2012 Pinstripe Bowl. Greene had 77 tackles and two interceptions as a sophomore.
Surprisingly, Greene didn't really stand out at the 2013 Senior Bowl, but he has plenty of good game tape to win over NFL talent evaluators. Greene should develop into a starting Will (weakside) linebacker in a NFL 4-3 defense. He would fit an attacking scheme or a Tampa 2 defense. Greene's speed and athleticism should let him be a three-down linebacker in the NFL.
Greene should grade out as a second-round pick and looks extremely likely to go in the second or third round.
Last edited by nycsportzfan; 03-14-2013 at 11:11 AM.
136tackles 6sacks, 6forced fumbles, 5pass batted, 2INT, 12TFL in 2012..
141tackles, 14.5TFL, 3.5sacks, 2FF in 2011...
That is flat out beasting in every sense of the word!
Kinda reminds me of Jarvis Jones, with his athleticism, and appearance. Looked pretty good, but didn't show up at the senior bowl...Put up your bass speakers, the song for Greene's highlights is bangin' lol
although I want us to grab arthur jones if available, I think greene would be a handsome addition to our LB core. he plays with fire and aggression and appears to have good instincts as well. and oh yeah,,,that theme song was tight, thie beat anyway,,,,I gotta go dig up my gold and jewels goblet.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FP_Ze728sw I thought it was clever, for the record.