Hybrid Theory: Top Five DE/OLB Hybrids in the 2010 NFL Draft

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Hybrid Theory: Top Five DE/OLB Hybrids in the 2010 NFL Draft

Every year, scouts and analysts spend countless hours putting together their draft boards. They evaluate players down to the smallest detail.

The unfortunate thing for some players is that some of those small details can be the difference between a high pick and a pick severely lower than that, which ends up costing them a lot of money. Sometimes it's a poor showing at the combine, or a character issue that came up at some point, or a history of injuries that have hindered the health and performance of an athlete.

Every year, it seems there's at least one player who falls a little further than expected, and this year figures to be no different. Without further ado, here's my list of five players who could experience the gut-wrenching feeling of falling further and further down the draft.

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