|Urban was recruited to Virginia to play the 3-4 defense, but then a coaching change midway through his career meant a switch to the 4-3. That experience has given the former Cavalier great versatility along the line to play either end or tackle, an asset in the eyes of the NFL. As a senior last year, he did well stuffing the run, finishing with 40 tackles, including 11 1/2 for loss in eight games. Though he only had one sack, his size and length helped Virginia's pass defense, as he deflected nine passes. His length allows him to impact the game in both passing and running situations. Problem is, he doesn't always use his arms very well, and provides almost no threat as a pass rusher. An extensive injury history also is troubling for Urban's draft stock. Urban tore his ACL in 2010, had wrist surgery in the 2011 offseason, had a high ankle sprain in 2013 and then missed the Senior Bowl and scouting combine with various leg ailments, including a broken foot. Raised in Canada, Urban hasn't been playing organized football as long as most of the other prospects in the draft, and some feel there could be untapped potential in his tall, muscular frame. If the team that drafts Urban is patient and allow his skills to develop, he has the chance to be a mid-round steal.