2009 (Freshman): 12 games, 33 tackles, 22 solo, two for loss, two sacks.
2010 (Sophomore): 12 games, 77 tackles, 45 solo, 2.5 for loss, two interceptions and four forced fumbles.
2011 (Junior): 13 games, 140 tackles, 74 solo, 14 for loss, 3.5 sacks and three forced fumbles.
2012 (Senior): 13 games, 136 tackles, 70 solo, 12 for loss, six sacks, two interceptions, six forced fumbles and two touchdowns.
Khaseem Greene was named Defensive Player of the Year in the Big East for two consecutive seasons, joining only Virginia Tech standout Corey Moore (via My Central New Jersey).
Greene led the conference in tackles in 2011 and finished second in that category this past season behind only Greg Blair of Cincinnati. He finished first in solo tackles each season, a more telling statistic.
The Rutgers product was named to both the AT&T and ESPN All-American team as well as the Walter Camp Football All-America second team.
The accolades and production are obviously there for Greene.
Whoever gets him after the first round will be acquiring a young linebacker that has a ceiling nearly unsurpassed by any linebacker prospect in the draft.
In reality, Greene reminds me a great deal of Bobby Wagner, who was one of my biggest sleepers of the 2012 NFL Draft. Wagner went on to surpass any previously set expectations as a rookie for the Seattle Seahawks this past season.
All statistics provided by CFB Stats