With Ja’Whaun Bentley entering the final year of his contract, could the Patriots look to add another run-stopping middle linebacker in the late rounds to develop behind him? If so, Paddy Fisher is a name to watch. A four-year starter and former captain for the Wildcats, Fisher’s game is built on football IQ and instincts, as well as a knack for forcing turnovers. He’s constantly around the ball, recording 400 tackles in his college career, in addition to 10 forced fumbles. When it comes to making plays between the tackles, Fisher is one of the most proficient linebackers in this draft. However, he lacks the athleticism needed to truly play sideline to sideline, which will scare some teams off. Under Bill Belichick though, the Patriots have always had a role for such linebackers. Could Fisher be the next one? He’s currently projected to be a late Day 3 pick.