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As I said yesterday, I am going to write a piece every morning this week, leading up to the start of the 2013 NFL Draft on Thursday. In each edition I will profile three guys who I think are flying a bit under the radar, and have a good chance to be solid contributors at the next level. Today, my guys are Christine Michael of Texas A&M, Khaseem...
The Pittsburgh Steelers had Rutgers linebacker Khaseem Greene in for a pre draft visit on Tuesday, and once again, our scouting buddy Dave-Te' Thomas was kind enough to give us his detailed scouting report profile on him, which you can read below. Make sure to listen to the latest episode of the podcast as we had Thomas on for nearly a full hour talking about the Steelers draft...
The Packers have a bunch of inside linebackers, but that hasn't stopped the team from digging into this year's deep draft class. One of the headliners is Rutgers' Khaseem Greene, who potentially would be a major upgrade to the pass defense.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Former Rutgers linebacker Khaseem Greene and ex-running back Jawan Jamison worked out at Pro Day, and then spoke about their performances, what they are hearing about their draft status and what NFL scouts are saying about areas of concern.
Senior linebacker Khaseem Greene will be long gone before Rutgers ever takes a snap as a member of the Big Ten.
Forgive Greene if he's not exactly caught up in the hype surrounding the school's decision to bolt the Big East for more stable ground in 2014.
''At the end of the day, we ain't winning no Big Ten championship this year,'' Greene said.
Via AP on Fox
November 23, 2012
One can point to a number of reasons why No. 19 Rutgers is unbeaten midway through its season, but linebacker Khaseem Greene's decision to forgo the NFL Draft is chief among them.
After leading the Big East in tackles and earning a share of the conference's player of the year award, Greene announced he was returning to Rutgers for a fifth-year campaign four days before the...
Via AP on Fox
October 19, 2012
The Rutgers football team is still three weeks away from training camp, but that has not stopped senior linebacker Khaseem Greene from piling up the honors. Last year’s Big East Co-Defensive Player of the Year found his name on two more award watchlists this morning and projects as one of the top impact defenders in the conference.
NEW YORK — Junior outside linebacker Khaseem Greene will return for his senior season at Rutgers. Greene announced his decision to remain out of the NFL Draft today at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York as his team prepares for the New Era Pinstripe Bowl Friday against Iowa State.
Khaseem Greene grew up a half-hour train ride from New York City, but the Rutgers junior linebacker never spent "more than a couple hours" there.
So you can imagine his anticipation for when Rutgers spends four days in Manhattan leading up to the Dec. 30 Pinstripe Bowl.
Greene, who is favored to earn the Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Year on Wednesday, will...
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The move of Khaseem Greene from safety to linebacker is one that has paid off this season for Rutgers. Greene has the rare combination or speed and strength that he uses to his advantage at a very important position. Greene leads the Scarlet Knights with 23 tackles, including 15 solo.
The redshirt junior linebacker will have an interesting, unique task this week. Greene, along with...