There are a lot of great bookend/defensive duos combinations in college football this year but I think the Florida State combo of Cornellius Carradine and Bjoern Werner are the tops. Combined they have 20 sacks, and 26 TFL's. And the thing about them that really impresses me is they both are so quick off the snap and they have great nonstop motors. Werner has 7 PD's from the DE position. That's J.J. Watt kind of stuff right there. These guys could play 4-3 DE's or 3-4 OLB. Here some other dynamic duos that not necessarily play opposite sides as one another but still have caught my eye this year. Hopefully, maybe one of them may be on the Steelers radar.

Alex Okafor and Jackson Jeffcoat---Texas (before Jeffcoat got hurt)
Sam Montgomery and Barkevious Mingo---LSU
Morgan Breslin and Leonard Williams---USC
Anthony Barr and Cassius Marsh/Damien Holmes---UCLA
Chase Thomas and Trent Murphy 3-4 OLB's--Stanford
John Simon and Ryan Shazier DE and OLB--Ohio State (Shazier is a monster and as complete a LB as I have seen in a long time. What can't he do?)
DaMontre Moore and Sean Porter Texas A & M
Jarvis Jones and Alec Ogletree Georgia OLB and ILB---Jones off the edge and Ogletree sideline to sideline
Dion Jordan and Kiko Alonso---Oregon DE and ILB
Manti T'eo and Stephon Tuitt Notre Dame ILB and DE

And one Lone Ranger---Jadeveon Clowney (A total freak)