Raekwon McMillan was one of Urban Meyers most prized recruits coming out of SEC territory and he has grown into a leader on defense for the Buckeyes. At 6’2″, 240 lbs., McMillan is viewed as a speedy Middle Linebacker who can play sideline to sideline, stuff the run and diagnose plays. The former Butkus Award recipient played Quarterback for the Buckeyes defense and directed his troops as he sees fit. He was a leader and he should blossom and evolve after a team takes a chance on him. He ran a 4.61 in the 40, 7.15 on the 3 cone, 4.39 in the 20-yard shuttle and an 11.84 in the 60-yard shuttle. He is athletic and flat out fast for a linebacker, and he will be used sparingly until he finds a foothold or if injuries occur. This is not detracting from his talent, but he had a decent season but was less productive than previous seasons. McMillan will be an asset to a team as he is projected to be drafted in the 2nd to 3rd Round of this year’s draft.