Denver Broncos
Name  Elvis Dumervil
Born  1/19/1984
Height  5-11
Weight  260
College  Louisville
Winner of the 2005 Ted Hendricks College Defensive End of the Year Award and the Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Year as he came within four of the NCAA single-season record for sacks with 20 quarterback takedowns in 2005...Considered undersized for the end position at nearly six feet tall, but still won the 2005 Bronko Nagurski Trophy as the nation's top defensive player, becoming just the third Louisville player in school history to be named to the AP All-American First Team...The All-Big East First-Teamer led the nation in sacks and was second on the team in tackles with 63, of which a total of 23 came behind the line of scrimmage...Established three NCAA recordsin 2005, including posting six sacks in a single game...Because of his quickness and explosive moves into the backfield, Dumervil set a single-season record in the NCAA with 10 forced fumbles...Started all 12 games for the Cardinals as a junior, their last year in Conference USA, and led the team with 10 sacks...There's no denying that Dumervil was a standout player for the Cardinals in the Big East this past year, but how that translates to the pro level remains to be seen because many experts agree that his lack of size isgoing to hurt his stock in the draft...Could make the move to linebacker to compensate for his lack of size, but learning a new position and trying to improve upon his lateral movement will take some time.