Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Second team All-Big East pick led conference in tackles for loss (1.38/game) and ranked second in sacks (0.77/game)…nationally, Lindsey ranked 16th in sacks (tied) and 16th in tackles for loss…on the season he totaled 51 tackles, 17.5 TFLs, 10 sacks and three forced fumbles…stepped into prominent role at DE with injured status of Greg Romeus…had five tackles with a season-high three sacks vs. Rutgers. 2009: Played in all 13 games as a top reserve at defensive end…compiled 18 tackles, 5.5 TFLs and four sacks…had a career-high six tackles and two sacks vs. Syracuse. 2008: Played in seven games as a reserve linebacker and special teams contributor … recorded no statistics. 2007: Redshirted. Personal: Father, John, played basketball at Memphis State University (1969-71)...brother, Willie, played football at Northwestern (1989-92).
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Draft Scout Brandon Lindsey News
06/30/12 - LS Brandon Lindsey was waived by the Steelers with a non-football injury.
04/05/12 - As has been reported by several outlets, Vanderbilt linebacker Tim Fugger, who only a few weeks ago worked himself into the late rounds with a solid workout, continues to rise up boards with 3-4 teams ... The jury remains out on another projected 3-4 prospect, Brandon Lindsey of Pitt. On film, Lindsey seems to have some solid rush-and-cornering skills. But in workouts, his times have been mostly average and he looks a bit stiff. - Len Pasquarelli, The Sports Xchange
01/06/12 - Offensive lineman Lucas Nix - Has been invited to the Senior Bowl, which is the biggest and best of the All Star games, so if he does well during the workouts leading up to the game he should solidfy his status as a draft pick. Linebacker Max Gruder and defensive end Brandon Lindsey - There is still a possibility that Lindsey could get bumped up to the Senior Bowl, but for now, both of these two are going to play in the East-West Shrine game, which is also a prestigous game and one that could help theiir draft stock. Defensive end Chas Alecxih - Will play in the Players All-Star Classic in Arkansas, the game is the same one that launched Dom DeCicco last year and it pits players from Texas versus players from the rest of the Nation. Cornerback Antwuan Reed - Will play in the Casino Del Sol Classic in Arizona. Linebacker Greg Williams - Will play in either the The Battle of Florida or the Casino Del Sol All Star games. - The Pittsburgh Post Gazette