Bjoern Werner is widely the top pure 4-3 defensive end in the 2013 NFL draft, and he is just beginning to develop as a player.
Werner, a native of Berlin, Germany, didn't begin playing football until he was 15 as a foreign exchange student.
After seeing limited playing time as a freshman, Werner had a strong sophomore season, which helped him earn "The Germanator" nickname. He followed that year up with a great junior campaign, and he was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year for his efforts.
Werner decided to forgo his senior season to enter the draft. His natural abilities coupled with his high ceiling will make him a surefire first-round pick.
Here are five highlights from Werner's collegiate career that display why he is so highly regarded.