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2015 NFL Draft position breakdown: Linebackers

Check out some of the best photos of this draft class' top linebacker prospects in action.

In our second week of analyzing position groups ahead of the 2015 NFL Draft, took a look at the depth of the linebacking corps. Below you can delve into in-depth analysis of individual players from Andrew Mason or Broncos TV in their ongoing Draft Prospect Profile and Pro Worthy series, respectively:
Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State
Eric Kendricks, UCLA
Paul Dawson, TCU
Stephone Anthony, Clemson
Denzel Perryman, Miami (Fla.)

Toughest adjustment

"I think the best way to describe the transition for a linebacker to the NFL is the speed of the game is something that they will be basically in awe at," linebackers coach Reggie Herring said. "If you come to this league with exceptional play strength, you will adjust to the speed of the game and the strength quicker. The receivers, the running backs, they're all big, strong, fast and physical. There are no weak links in this league."

Best fit prospects and sleeper picks

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