Nakobe Dean, the former Georgia linebacker, is turning heads in the NFL as the draft approaches, and the likes of ESPN’s Sam Acho and Chris Mortensen have promoted Dean as a player to watch.

During a SportsCenter segment on Monday morning, Acho listed all the ways Dean excels as a linebacker as he talked over highlights from last season.

“It doesn’t matter how many guys you put on Nakobe Dean, he’s going to make a play,” Acho said. “He’s a sideline to sideline linebacker … Nakobe Dean can do it all.”

Mortensen picked up on those comments, and added some of his own, including a comparison to Pro Football Hall of Famer Ray Lewis. Mortensen called Dean the best player on a great defense, and he’s one reason why Georgia will dominate the NFL Draft.

Mortensen called him an undersized off-ball linebacker, and not a workout warrior. Lewis, similarly, was an undersized linebacker ultimately picked late in the first round.