Positives -- A rare linebacker who excels in coverage, very good at covering running backs that try and sneak out of the backfield... Size allows him to cover tight ends and some receivers over the middle while still being able to take guys out of the backfield... NFL ready, may take the field on week one
with the starting job fully entrenched... Knows his role on the field, doesn't try to do too much; this allows him to thrive in whatever role is asked of him that week... Textbook tackler, shows good form and take good angles; rarely over pursues plays... Shows nice technique when sealing the edge on running plays despite being undersized; can hold his own on bigger blockers freeing up others to go to the ball... Work ethic is off the charts, will put in whatever time is needed to become a better player and it shows on the field... Can play in a zone defense, very good at reading and reacting to different situations... Very productive in college; named an All-American in 2010, where he set the Nebraska school record with 152 tackles and was also selected All-Big Ten in 2011... Finished career with 285 tackles in only two years at Nebraska.
Negatives -- Just average size for a linebacker, would get swallowed up as a 3-4 inside linebacker and isn't big enough to play on the edge in that scheme... Doesn't show much as a pass rusher, more of a coverage player who once in a while can get past lineman on passing plays... Can't break off of lineman while pass rushing, the bigger guys just thwart any move that he tries... Can be a little too aggressive on play fakes; tendency to get caught up on the fake and allow guys to get by him... Can be outmuscled by bigger tight ends during one on one situations... Strictly a 4-3 linebacker.
At Nebraska -- (Official School Bio) 2010: David posted 152 tackles in his first season to set a Cornhusker single-season record for tackles, surpassing Barrett Ruud's 149 tackles in 2003. David had eight games with double-figure tackle totals, including three games with 15 or more tackles. His 10.9 tackles per game ranked atop the Big 12 and 11th nationally. David was second on the team in sacks with six for 50 yards, tackles for loss (15-60) and pass breakups (10). David was a unanimous first-team All-Big 12 choice and Defensive Newcomer of the Year by nearly every outlet that chooses a team, while The Kansas City Star tabbed him as its Defensive Player of the Year. David also earned recognition at the national level as Rivals.com and CBSSports.com both named him a first-team All-American and the Associated Press and SI.com listed him as a second-team All-America pick. David stepped into the starting lineup in the opener against Western Kentucky and recorded a team-high 13 stops. He had seven tackles and a 13-yard sack a week later against Idaho, then had a tackle for loss, two hurries and a breakup at Washington. David had a career-high 19 stops against South Dakota State, the most tackles by a Husker since 2004, and the seventh-most in school history. He added two breakups in the contest. David eclipsed double figures for the third time in 2010 at Kansas State, finishing with a game-high 16 tackles. He earned Big 12 Defensive Player-of-the-Week honors for his performance, which included 10 solo tackles and two tackles for loss, including a seven-yard sack. He reached double figures in tackles for the third straight game against Texas, finishing with 10 stops, including a tackle for loss and a hurry. David had eight tackles each against Oklahoma State and Missouri, and added an 11-yard sack against the Tigers. He had 10 tackles and a tackle for loss at Iowa State, then collected a team-high 10 tackles, including two sacks for eight yards, as Nebraska limited Kansas to 87 total yards. David had a career-high four tackles for loss and a sack at Texas A&M;, as part of 14 total tackles. After recording eight tackles against Colorado, David had a game-high 17 tackles in the Big 12 title game, including 11 solo stops.
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