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Didn't expect that one. Shocking really.
He needs to go get paid and not risk another injury in college
I'd draft him after the 1st round.
Kenny Powers: "A true champion will do whatever it takes to rise above. Because surrender is death, and death is for pussies."
Don't blame him, since he can't risk another major injury.
Going to be interesting where he's drafted though. I wouldn't use a 1-3 pick on him after those knee injuries.
Smart obviously. He'll get drafted early second round and basically redshirt on a back loaded contract heavy with escalators. If he's jogging by April 1st he will be available by January first. Maybe gets some carries down the stretch?
No doubt. Can't blame him for making that decision.
I highly doubt he gets picked at all, but if he does it won't be until very very late. The kid blew his knee completely apart, there was even talk of him losing his leg..
McGahee got selected 23rd after tearing three ligaments... Marcus will get picked, probably 2nd-3rd round.
The game has changed. RB has been de-emphasized. Everyone deploys a back-by-commitee approach and teams are finding decent runners in the mid to late rounds.
I can't blame Lattimore though. It's now or likely never.
After reading some of the responses and thinking about it I can't blame him for jumping. I guess I just thought he'd be lucky to walk normally after an injury like that, let alone play football at the highest level. Somebody will definitely take a chance on him but I'd be beyond shocked if he went on the first day. Likely 5th or 6th round pick at best.
Lattimore wanted to rehab with NFL doctors too, that was a major part
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