Edge rusher rankings


Edge rushers are prospects who are most likely to play either the 4-3 defensive end spot or the 3-4 outside linebacker spot. Many can play either one of the two positions, but some prospects have more unusual skill-sets. In those cases, I make a judgment call and place them where I think they will be the most natural fit in the NFL.

1. Von Miller, Texas AM – 6’3″, 246

2. Robert Quinn, North Carolina – 6’4″, 265

3. Ryan Kerrigan, Purdue – 6’4″, 267

4. Da’Quan Bowers, Clemson – 6’3″, 280

5. J.J. Watt, Wisconsin – 6’5″, 290

6. Jabaal Sheard, Pittsburgh – 6’3″, 264

7. Aldon Smith, Missouri – 6’4″, 263

8. Brooks Reed, Arizona – 6’3″, 263

9. Adrian Clayborn, Iowa – 6’3″, 281

10. Justin Houston, Georgia – 6’3″, 270

11. Sam Acho, Texas – 6’2″, 262

12. Greg Romeus, Pittsburgh – 6’5″, 264

13. Pernell McPhee, Mississippi State – 6’3″, 278

14. Bruce Miller, Central Florida – 6’1″, 254

15. Dontay Moch, Nevada – 6’1″, 248

16. Steven Friday, Virginia Tech – 6’4″, 250

17. Cliff Matthews, South Carolina – 6’4″, 257

18. Justin Trattou, Florida – 6’3″, 255

19. Ugo Chinasa, Oklahoma State – 6’5″, 264

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