I am sure fans are keeping an eye on those, specifically regarding the Cleveland Browns, and how they may draft a quarterback in the first two rounds.
Amusing thing is, had Mentor native Mitch Trubisky done the same thing about Cleveland, the apologists would've had a Usain Bolt-like sprint to the internet to see who could profess the most love. If the Browns pass on him, the San Francisco 49ers could take him second overall.
Does Garrett know anyone who fits that profile? I've talked about their team, and their lack of toughness -their lack of physicality - it's one of the things that I've always looked at in Myles Garrett. "I'll knock your QB out of the game every time we play you, and I'll have to kick the hell out of No. 1, whoever it is". Adams is more of a run stopper that likes the big hits while Hooker is a turnover machine that would patrol center field in the Browns new defensive scheme.
"I feel like I'm going to bring some work ethic into practice and into the weight room that will change things around there, " he said, "and maybe be a voice of leadership that can help swing things". I want to be dominant from day one.
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Browns head coach Hue Jackson has offered up praise for Trubkisky throughout the draft process, and said that he has no concerns about him only being a starter for one year in college. "If his total greatness is considered the best of all time, I want to exceed that".
Garrett had 31 sacks and 47 tackles for loss in his three-year career with the Aggies and, as McFarland noted, he had an impressive combine last month. The event is to showcase players for the upcoming NFL football draft.
In the full clip, Garrett said he doesn't have a problem fielding criticism. You can see it in my play and you can see it on my film. "Like, who's writing those rules?"
"Opportunity", Garrett said Monday during a phone interview as he went through the "car wash" of radio and TV appearances at ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut. Though they would obviously like to get him a quarterback to throw the ball to him.