In response to PatsEng's comment:
I'm sorry guys I just can't get behind Carradine, same as I couldn't get behind Brace and Cunningham (I was a Dunlap fan). When most of your production comes because the opponent is worried about other players more then you I really have to question if that production is real and what happens when you are the man in the system. It's really the big question mark I have with Carradine, what would he have looked like without Werner and would he even be talked about if Jenkins didn't get hurt
I think all would have to be looked at individually, though the same question could be asked about Werner as while he's a good player with a good skill set, he's been lucky enough to play across from two good football players as well. Carradine, IMO has the size/length and skill set to be a real asset on the edge... good awareness, play speed and effort, but up the field and in backside pursuit... excels vs the run and really uses his hands/arm length well to keep blockers at a distance, sets the edge and has a more advanced pass rush repetoire than one would think for a kid with only (2) years at a D1 program (spent the first two at a JUCO I believe).
I think your question is fair, but I also think that Carradine, who's produced when given a chance, projects as a good player at the NFL level.