Vic Beasley, OLB/DE, Clemson Brooks' take: "The 2015 class is loaded with disruptive edge rushers -- and Beasley is the most explosive guy on the board. The 6-foot-3, 246-pound playmaker finished his college career with 33 sacks, 52.5 tackles for loss and a whole host of splash plays. Beasley displays exceptional first-step quickness and snap-count anticipation off the edge. He complements his remarkable athletic attributes with a polished game built upon three rush moves (speed rush, bull rush and inside rip move) and a non-stop motor that allows him to chase quarterbacks down from the back side. While others might offer better skills against the run, Beasley is the most pro-ready pass rusher in the draft, possessing a skill set that will allow him to consistently notch 10-plus sacks throughout the course of his career. Given the importance teams place on knocking down opposing quarterbacks, Beasley's talent and potential should make him a coveted commodity on draft day."