Just started to watch the game, but for you draft people out there, keep on eye on Rutgers' #20 LB Khaseem Greene as a possible Seahawk draft pick to replace Hill at WLB
Greene has been ubiquitous in roaming sideline to sideline throughout the season in his role as the unquestioned leader of one of the nation's top defenses. The senior linebacker leads the Big East in forced fumbles with six, is tied for first in the conference in tackles with 115 and ranks third in sacks with 5.5. As a result, Greene has emerged as the favorite to win Big East Defensive Player of the Year honors. In 2011, Greene shared the award with former Cincinnati DT Derek Wolfe....Season stats (11 games): 115 tackles, 10 TFLs, 5.5 sacks, 6 FFs, 5 PBUs. Player ranking: Greene is ranked No. 56 overall and is the fifth-ranked outside linebacker in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/ds ... genpos=OLB
A safety turned linebacker who plays above his 6' 1" 230 lb size, he's shown a real knack of making plays, specifically stripping the ball away. Rutgers uses him in the blitz a bunch and for his size, has shown he's a tough, strong tackler with good instincts and speed and handles pass coverage pretty much like you expect an ex-safety to do.