|David spent only two seasons as a starting linebacker at Nebraska, but his impressive numbers and above-average speed may propel him to an opportunity for a starting job in the NFL. A junior college transfer, David recorded 285 tackles, two interceptions and 11 1/2 sacks over two seasons with the Cornhuskers, setting the school's single-season tackling record his junior year. He excels in man-to-man coverage despite being undersized, overcoming his relative lack of strength and physical presence with exceptional speed and good instincts. David's productivity and playmaking ability are unquestionable and his technique is solid, but it is his speed that must be his calling card if he hopes to make it at the next level. David demonstrated his quickness at the NFL combine, running the 40-yard dash in 4.65 seconds and the 20-yard shuttle in 4.22 - both placing him in the top 10 among linebackers. However, he had only 19 reps in the bench press drill, adding to the belief that he's not strong enough to sustain himself in the NFL. Meanwhile, his small stature could make it difficult for him to find a role. Even given those potential drawbacks, his football IQ and productive history at Nebraska could make him an acceptable risk. David, who could also be used on special teams, is a likely second or third-round pick.