Buffalo general manager Brandon Beane is burning up the phone lines Thursday night.
The son of former Dolphins and Seahawks tight end Ferrell Edmunds, a two-time Pro Bowler in his own right, Edmunds is one of the youngest players in the draft, turning 20 next week. Boasting freakish athleticism, he's drawn comparisons to Bears Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher and Vikings star Anthony Barr.
"He does anything you want," one scout told BobMcGinnFootball.com. "He can run, he can stack, he can use his arms, he's got eyes and he's a great person. A slam dunk."
Jeremiah believes Edmunds offers All-Pro ability with "outrageous" upside. He not only rushes the passer, but also matches up with tight ends and scat backs in coverage.
"He dissects a play and hits the destroy button" is how NFL Network analyst Steve Smith put it.
This is an outstanding fit for a team desperately in need of a playmaking linebacker to round out Sean McDermott's front seven.