Chat with former W. Virginia DE Johnny Dingle

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Johnny Dingle (left) led West Virginia in sacks in 2007.
Welcome to The Show! On Thursday, NFL prospect and former West Virginia DE Johnny Dingle will stop by to chat about the NFL draft and his time with the Mountaineers.

Dingle proved to be West Virginia's most disruptive force on the West Virginia defensive line in 2007. He posted career highs in nearly every category. He led the team with nine sacks and 19 tackles for loss. He had a total of 48 tackles. He also had three pass breakups which was fourth on the team.

According to Dingle's Scouts Inc.'s draft profile, Dingle "projects as a mid-round pick in the 2008 draft and his best fit could be as a sub-package lineman on a smaller defensive front such as the Colts'...Can beat linemen with his first step and shows good closing burst to the QB. Can be a powerful hitter. Has enough strength to anchor versus the run, so long as he's playing with good leverage."

Send in your questions now, then join Dingle on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. ET!

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