If you're looking for versatility, football IQ, production and athleticism in a linebacker, look no further than Georgia's Alec Ogletree.
Ogletree made an impression at Georgia from the moment he stepped on campus. He was named the team's Newcomer of the Year as a true freshman for his excellent play at strong safety.
The next season, 2011, Ogletree made the switch to linebacker but suffered a major setback after breaking his foot in the season opener. Despite missing seven games due to the injury, Ogletree managed to accumulate 52 tackles (7.5 for loss) and three sacks.
In 2012, Ogletree missed the first four games due to suspension. The shortened season didn't affect Ogletree, who, in just 10 games, racked up a staggering 111 tackles (11.5 for loss), three sacks and an interception.
Ogletree is a ferocious competitor and sensational athlete, which makes it no surprise that the linebacker is projected to go in the first round of this year's NFL draft.