U.S. Army All-Combine: Linebackers

After several hours of watching several hundred of the nation's top underclassmen and then taking time to review our notes, Scout.com is ready to name our All-Combine Team. Here are the linebackers.

U.S. Army National Underclassman All-Combine: Linebackers

First Team:

Defensively, it is very hard for linebackers to standout in a combine setting. Olney (Md.) Good Counsel outside linebacker Dorian O'Daniel didn't seem to have much of a problem showing his dominance in testing, drills or during the one-on-one portion of the combine. O'Daniel really flashed his ability to cover in open space and was the runner-up in our voting for the combine MVP at Scout.com

Dorian O'Daniel  6-1/205  Olney (Md.) Good Counsel

Marcus Robinson  6-3/215  Memphis (Tenn.) East

Reggie Chevis  6-2/235  Houston (Texas) Sharpstown

Connor Wingo-Reeves  6-3/225  Richmond (Va.) Monacan

Second Team:

A.J. Moore  6-2/200  Highland Springs (Va.)

Justin Bridges-Thompson  6-2/200  Spartanburg (S.C.)

Josh Banderas  6-2/215  Lincoln (Neb.) Southwest

Ben Boulware  6-1/220  Anderson (S.C.) T.L. Hanna

Honorable Mention: Shane Jones  6-1/215  Cincinnati (Ohio) Moeller, Buddy Brown  6-2/205  Williamstown (N.J.)

Ahmard Vital, Greg Powers, Brandon Huffman and Chad Simmons contributed to this report.

Lichtenfels is in his 8th year with Scout.com and has developed into one of the most respected scouts in the business.
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