I was reading up on Tyrone McKenzie and came across this little gem near the end:
Compares To: BARRETT RUUD, Tampa Bay -- Put McKenzie in a Cover-2 scheme and let him roam the field. With his versatility, he can line up for a few plays at each linebacker position to keep the offense's blocking schemes having to account for him at all times. He is a very good read-&-react type and does a fine job of getting everyone lined up. He needs to improve his lower body strength, but his ability to make plays on the move is his best asset.
Maybe intelligence, leadership, speed, and explosion-wise he compares to Barrett Ruud, but if he's anything like Ruud I'll scream. I only want to see two players getting carried down the field this season: Barrett Ruud in Tennessee, and whomever is trying to tackle LaGarrette Blount (of course late in the season it could be the same guy).