His name is Shea McClellin (Boise State). But we call him McLovin cuz he's Super Bad!!! I'm McLovin this dude because he's a highly rev'd wave of intensity with surprising athleticism and a nasty disposition. And to top it off, he's versatile. You see him lined up on the left side, the right side, standing up, with his hand in the ground, at inside backer, at outside backer, speed rushing, hurdling fools... McLovin don't eff around. Dude is just after it from the snap to the whistle.
McLovin is the quintessential Rex Ryan-type guy. He can put him anywhere and the guy will bring it. I can't help but be enticed by the prospects of him being paired up with Melvin Ingram. These guys are both 3-down players, and they would let you disguise/transmorph your fronts before the snap. You can come out in a 34 front, switch to a 43 front right after the offense breaks their huddle and makes their line calls, and then swith back again before the snap. Having guys with that kind of versatility, players that allow you change looks like a chameleon without losing scheme integrity, is extremely valuable to an evil genius like Rex.