As long as he can clean up his character issues, I think he would be a nice fit here. Usually, guys with character issues get worse once they get into the NFL. It's important for him to get over it now. If he does, welcome to Miami Honey Badger.
He has ridiculous reaction time. If he's there in the fourth, he must be taken. The juice is worth the squeeze at that point.
"If foot fetish videos of your wife surface online, and the voice of the cameraman sounds like you, just admit that it was you ... because the alternative is that someone else was filming foot fetish videos of your wife, and I'm pretty sure that's worse." - Bill Simmons's enduring lesson to Rex Ryan.
Everytime I saw him play, the guy impressed the hell out of me. Bearing in mind what we've spent 2nd and 3rd round picks on in the last few years, I would have no problem in us picking him up in one of those rounds. Obviously there are character concerns but the talent is there for sure.
He is a kid that made same mistakes, hardly makes him a drug addict or a criminal. You have to hope for his sake that he cleans up his act and matures. If he is on the board when the Fins are on the clock in round 3, I would take him. I think the risk outweighs the potential reward.
the good thing with a staff like Philbin's is that you would surround a kid like this with a support system and the discipline necc. to overcome his past. Everyone has demons.
I'd take him in 4th...but would jump up to get him...way to many red flags for rds 1 thru 3. If you got one good year out of him and then he screwed up...you have a bust for the early rds.
He wasn't really that great in coverage at LSU. Just great as a KR/PR. Sure, he could develop at CB, but I doubt he'll be ready to really contribute without a couple seasons of coaching up.
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I say go get him, but dont overdraft him we have to wait for him in the 4th. Lol at the people who think he's a drug addict, cause I didn't realize pot was addictive.