According to the PennLive.com website, the Giants might be interested in somebody from Linebacker U.
That's Penn State to you and me, and the guy is Sean Lee, a linebacker who ran in a mid-4.6 time at the Nittany Lions' recent Pro Day. He has a workout scheduled with the Giants, as well as Dallas, Arizona, Atlanta, and Indianapolis. The Giants will have to take a very close look at him physically, as he missed the entire 2008 season with a torn right ACL, and was hampered in 2009 with a left ACL sprain. Still made second-team All-Big Ten honors as a senior.
"I think each time I work out, I prove I'm healthy and 100 percent," the 6-2, 239-pound Lee said. "I think I've shown I can come back from an injury. It's a big concern, and it should be. I haven't been healthy the last two years."
Looks like a down-the-line kind of guy to me, though one scouting service has him as a second or third-rounder. How about you?
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