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    2014 ILBs: Stats and Bios

    Last Updated: 1/18/2015 8:58 PM ET
    Utilizing our unique, objective approach to player projections and development, PredictionMachine.com presents its 2014 NFL Draft content, including a Seven Round Mock Draft, Position-by-Position Reports, Statistical Breakdowns and Future Projections for all prospects in the 2014 NFL Draft. New this year and launching on April 17 will be the NFL Draft Machine for customizable mock drafts and comprehensive draft evaluation. All NFL Draft Content is FREE from PredictionMachine.com's Paul Bessire and John Ewing as well as NFL Draft Expert Matt Richner.

    Here, we present career data and biographical information for every 2014 NFL Draft inside linebacker prospect. On April 8, Paul Bessire and Matt Richner will each unveil their comprehensive inside linebacker prospect rankings and projections for the 2014 NFL Draft. While inside linebackers are originally ordered by stats for each table, all columns are sortable.

    Inside Linebacker Bios

    Player Height Weight School Career Games
    Shayne Skov 6'2" 239 Stanford 56
    Chris Borland 5'11" 245 Wisconsin 54
    Derrick Webb 5'11" 220 Colorado 54
    Jack Tyler 6'0" 228 Virginia Tech 53
    Max Bullough 6'3" 265 Michigan State 53
    Brock Coyle 6'1" 243 Montana 52
    Preston Brown 6'1" 262 Louisville 52
    C.J. Mosley 6'2" 228 Alabama 51
    Damien Proby 6'0" 252 Northwestern 51
    Dan Fox 6'3" 242 Notre Dame 51
    Marquis Spruill 6'1" 229 Syracuse 51
    Glenn Carson 6'3" 244 Penn State 50
    James Morris 6'1" 239 Iowa 50
    Jarek Lancaster 6'1" 232 Stanford 50
    Uani' Unga 6'1" 238 BYU 50
    Will Lucas 5'11" 230 Purdue 50
    Carlo Calabrese 6'1" 242 Notre Dame 49
    DeDe Lattimore 6'0" 237 South Florida 49
    Keenan Graham 6'1" 253 UCLA 49
    Kevin Smith 6'0" 232 San Jose State 49
    Spencer Shuey 6'3" 230 Clemson 49
    Avery Williamson 6'1" 244 Kentucky 48
    Mike Mary 6'2" 259 Mississippi 48
    Nate Dreiling 6'3" 236 Pittsburg State 48
    Roosevelt Nix 5'11" 265 Kent State 48
    Steele Divitto 6'2" 241 Boston College 48
    Stephon Robertson 5'11" 220 James Madison 46
    Enrique Williams 6'0" 235 South Alabama 45
    Jake Holland 6'0" 235 Auburn 45
    Jeremiah George 5'11" 231 Iowa State 45
    Justin Anderson 6'2" 231 Louisiana-Lafayette 45
    Spencer Hadley 6'1" 234 BYU 43
    Darrin Kitchens 6'3" 226 Florida 42
    Chase Garnham 6'2" 228 Vanderbilt 41
    Anthony Morales 5'11" 234 Weber State 39
    Andrew Jackson 6'1" 259 Western Kentucky 36
    Yawin Smallwood 6'2" 235 Connecticut 36
    Darren Robinson 5'11" 227 Stephen F. Austin 35
    Na''A Moeakiola 5'11" 218 Montana State 35
    Patrick Su'a 6'1" 250 Fresno State 35
    D.T. Shackelford 6'1" 244 Mississippi 33
    Rashad Smith 5'11" 210 Jacksonville State 31
    Greg Blair 6'1" 262 Cincinnati 27
    Eddie Lackey 5'10" 227 Baylor 26
    Will Smith 6'2" 223 Texas Tech 26
    Cqulin Hubert 6'1" 242 Southeastern La. St 23

    Inside Linebacker Career Stats

    Player Tackles Sacks TFL FF INT
    C.J. Mosley 447 6.5 23 2 5
    Nate Dreiling 381 9.5 60 6 12
    Kevin Smith 354 5 29 8 2
    Chris Borland 326 16.5 49.5 14 3
    Stephon Robertson 321 9 44 7 3
    James Morris 289 9.5 31.5 3 6
    Shayne Skov 276 16.5 39 5 0
    DeDe Lattimore 275 15 32.5 6 4
    Andrew Jackson 251 6.5 43 5 1
    Damien Proby 245 3.5 13.5 3 1
    Preston Brown 239 6 21 3 1
    Yawin Smallwood 239 8 27 5 2
    Anthony Morales 237 4 28.5 2 1
    Enrique Williams 231 3.5 19.5 5 1
    Steele Divitto 225 5 10.5 2 2
    Will Lucas 222 2 23 5 2
    Avery Williamson 222 4 10 3 2
    Justin Anderson 220 3.5 24 4 2
    Max Bullough 209 8 30.5 4 3
    Brock Coyle 207 7.5 27 7 5
    Jack Tyler 205 8.5 32.5 1 0
    Marquis Spruill 202 12.5 41 1 0
    Derrick Webb 199 4 17 1 0
    Glenn Carson 189 2 9 2 0
    Jeremiah George 181 3.5 16 3 2
    Greg Blair 181 3.5 17 3 2
    Mike Mary 181 6.5 23 5 1
    Eddie Lackey 174 6.5 23.5 2 7
    Carlo Calabrese 172 4 14.5 1 0
    Rashad Smith 166 1 11 2 2
    Dan Fox 164 3 9.5 1 2
    Spencer Shuey 163 3 13.5 0 0
    Will Smith 149 4.5 12 0 0
    Uani' Unga 141 1 10.5 2 1
    Roosevelt Nix 140 23 63 12 0
    Chase Garnham 131 8.5 20.5 3 1
    Jake Holland 127 1.5 9.5 1 2
    Jarek Lancaster 121 7.5 12 0 0
    Spencer Hadley 111 4.5 13 2 2
    Cqulin Hubert 111 4 19.5 0 1
    Na''A Moeakiola 102 2 15.5 2 4
    Patrick Su'a 89 4 6 1 1
    D.T. Shackelford 88 7 18.5 1 1
    Darren Robinson 74 12.5 27 3 0
    Keenan Graham 57 10 12.5 0 0
    Darrin Kitchens 45 0 4 1 0
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