Unfortunately, hitting hard doesn't make you a good prospect
While I appreciate all KPL gave to this program, the truth is he took awful angles in the run game (looking for the huge hit), which led to monster plays. He wasn't exactly skilled in coverage either. He started virtually 3 1/2 years and had 2 interceptions in his career. For a safety, that's about as bad as it gets. And while he occasionally connected on one his go for broke hits, more often he was either burned, flagged for a personal foul, or unintentionally knocking one of his own teammates out (Trent Matthews for one).
In fairness to KPL though, he should never have been a safety, but rather a LB. Hopefully scouts have a better opinion of him than I, but I just don't see it.