Daniel Te'o-Nesheim was the anchor of the University of Washington's defensive line for his four years as a starter in Seattle. He led the team in sacks his final three seasons.
Te'o-Nesheim has a reputation as a relentless worker who wins with his ability to outwork the opponent and sheer toughness.
This worked well for him in college and led to him being a solid Pac-10 lineman, earning Second Team All-Pac-10 honors in 2009.
That will be different in the NFL, however, as Te'o-Nesheim lacks the the size to play defensive end and the speed to transition to linebacker.
He might receive a shot on a team simply because of his work ethic and toughness, but he looks to be a player that overachieved in college.
His production in college should not be overlooked, however, as his 30 career sacks put him at the top of Washington's all-time list.
Te'o-Nesheim was in the top three at the Combine for defensive ends in vertical jump (37"), three-cone drill (6.91), and 20-yard shuttle (4.18).
He may get a shot in the NFL, but it looks to be as a free agent signing. Te'o-Nesheim may not stick around on a club, but it isn't hard to see him getting a look from some team due to his attitude and work ethic.