Beasley ranked in Top 25 of Kiper's Mock Draft


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Pos: DE   Height: 6-3   Weight: 235   Hometown: Adairsville, GA (Adairsville HS)  
Years Played: 2010 - 2014

Clemson defensive end Vic BeasleyVic Beasley
RS Sr. Defensive End
#3 6-2, 236
Adairsville, GA

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was selected #21 by the Cincinnati Bengals in Mel Kiper's 2015 NFL Mock Draft 2.0.

Beasley went pick #13 to the New Orleans Saints in the previous Mel Kiper NFL Mock Draft.

Vic Beasley is a player who can get to the quarterback. He's also another case where fans need to look past how he fits into a system (3-4 or 4-3) and realize that coaches are capable of finding ways for disruptive pass-rushers to get on the field and make plays. The Bengals had arguably the worst pass rush in the NFL last season, so if a player like Beasley is available here -- whether you think he's capable of playing as a 4-3 DE or better standing up as a 3-4 OLB -- he's potentially a great get. All he's done for the last two seasons at Clemson is disrupt offenses with his quickness, ability to remove the hands of blockers and bend off the edge and relentless energy in pursuit that always makes him a threat even to mobile quarterbacks who like to work outside the pocket. (via ESPN.com)

Beasley holds the Clemson career record for most sacks with 33 (4th in ACC history) and the current active FBS leader and also has an impressive 52.5 career tackles for loss (4th in Clemson history).

He was named to four All-American teams after staying for his senior season at Clemson.

Vic Beasley

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