|The son of John Goode, who played in the NFL for St. Louis and Philadelphia, the younger Goode excelled in his final two seasons in Morgantown after making little impact in his first two. By his senior season in 2011, Goode was the leader of the Mountaineers' defense, earning first-team All-Big East honors and ranking 10th in the conference in tackles. Goode was versatile in college, playing most of his career as an outside linebacker before spending his senior season all over the field. After beginning 2011 as the middle linebacker in West Virginia's 4-3, he moved to the strong side and then over to the weak side as injuries necessitated. To NFL teams, though, Goode may be a tweener. He's a solid tackler but works better inside than in space. Though that would seem to make him a natural fit in the middle, Goode won't stay on the field long if he's unable to work the outside edges and can only play between the tackles. He gets good leverage and delivers hard hits in the running game, but his struggles against the pass will likely keep him off the field in nickel and dime situations. Goode has issues in zone coverage turning and running and he's not a natural pass-rusher. There's likely a spot for Goode as a backup somewhere - particularly if he can contribute on special teams - but the reality of him not being an every-down linebacker will likely relegate him to the sixth or seventh round.