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Old 02-23-2012   #87
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Default Re: 2012 Walterfootball Mock Draft.

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Originally Posted by Doppelganger View Post
I think the main issue for Jeffrey will be weight and speed. There are rumors the man has ballooned up into the 250lb range. And that was not doing the buffet circuit, that was prior to his senior year. If he really is around 250lbs and puts up an iffy 40 time, I want no part of him. At the NFL level the successful guys aren't the ones with the most talent, but the guys who put in the work off the field becuase they LOVE the game. The NFL combine is a job interview. Showing up out of shape tells me that he doesn't LOVE the game.

My favorite example is Zach Taylor. Coming out of college he was an undersized LB with decent talent. But he put in the time off the field and ate, drank, and slept football. He ended up being an 8 time probowler and likely Hall of Famer. THAT's the guy I want, not some guy who couldn't be bothered to show up in game shape ready to go.
Alshon is now apparently down to around 217-220
http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/7441/alshon-jeffery

There are rumors that Jeffery's agent spread the rumor that he was close to 250 so he could shock people at the combine
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