NEPD Editor: Mike Loyko
With the 2012 NFL Draft 27 days away San Diego State OLB Miles Burris talks with Mike Loyko about the draft process and what it’s been like going through the pre-draft process.
In a draft class that is fairly limited with OLB depth and even more limited with outside linebackers who can rush the passer Miles Burris is a unique prospect. Burris was used primarily as a pass rusher in San Diego State’s 3-3-5 defense and was able to improve his pass rush skills and production each year. He’s received interest from a number of teams who would love to use him as a “Clay Matthews” type of OLB to bring pressure. However, unlike other outside linebackers who can rush the passer, Burris isn’t limited to only OLB. He’s received interest as a ILB as well. He is a fit for almost any team and any scheme. Here is what he had to say about the draft process, how NFL teams view him and his pass rush skills: