The Pittsburgh Steelers seem to have an uncanny skill for signing and drafting 3-4 linebackers.
From Greg Lloyd and Kevin Greene to Jason Gildon, Clark Haggans and Joey Porter to Harrison and Woodley, the Steelers have had ridiculous pass rushers for the past 20 years.
Almost all of these guys, with the exception of Greene, were trained on the Steelers special teams for a year or two and then set loose. Jason Worilds looks like the next great Steelers' pass rusher.
The Steelers drafted Worilds in the second round out of Virginia Tech, hoping for him to become the heir-apparent to James Harrison.
Harrison doesn't have tons of wear and tear despite his age, because he didn't become a full-time starter until his late 20s.
However, Harrison suffered a major back injury. By his own account, he is only up to 80 percent health-wise.
There's a decent chance that, due to the incredibly physical and explosive way Harrison plays, Worilds will get even more spot duty this year.
In limited playing time last year he got two sacks. Two sacks as a rookie in Dick Lebeau's complicated fire zone scheme is unheard of. After a full year of the system and some more playing time, expect Worilds to get close to 10 sacks and maybe a few forced fumbles this year.