Found April 26, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:

Another potential sleeper in this year's draft, Kentucky's Danny Trevathan:

Great speed and pursuit on plays.  Trevathan has great fundamentals and is a tackling machine, as he led the SEC and ranked #5 nationally.  He also was mentioned for All-American awards.  He will add to any team’s linebacker depth chart.

Small at 6’0”. If he's 6’3”, he's up there with Luke Kuechly. People should remember Zach Thomas or Sam Mills; height is not everything.

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