Reddick’s stock has moved up as much as anybody’s in this class. He was one of the combine MVPs, with a 4.52 40, 36½-inch vertical and 11-foot-1 broad jump, all of which ranked in the top three among defensive linemen. Some teams might see Reddick (6-1, 237) as an inside linebacker, but he also could play outside in a 3-4 or a 4-3. He’ll get in the backfield — he had 21.5 tackles for loss last season. There’s a chance he gets picked before Foster and is the first linebacker off the board:

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