It wasn't too long ago that Ronnell Lewis was considered one of the best pass-rushing outside linebackers in the 2012 NFL draft. A relatively pedestrian performance during the 2011 season caused his draft stock to plummet.
Lewis didn't do himself many favors during offseason events either.
With that said, the Oklahoma product does provide what teams covet: an ability to get to the quarterback. He should be a value in the mid-rounds and could go as high as the late second round.
This article is going to focus on a few different strengths and weaknesses as they relate to the linebacker prospect and his ability to succeed in the National Football League.