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If a punk like Alfonzo Dennard or jackass like Janoris Jenkins can get drafted, how can a heat-seeking missile like linebacker with all-pro talent go undrafted? Too many skeletons in the closet? All great defenses live with personal foul penalties. If the Steelers can put up with James Harrison's late/dirty/brutal personal fouls, Im sure some team can use a highly talented LB. What happened?
I always remember the huge smile on my face when I found out he flipped from USCheater to UCLA at the last minute. Justice to the overly generous USC donor program
This post was edited by ROACHCLIP on 4/29/2012 at 10:39 PM
lots of talk about his film being pretty bad.
Didn't Burflict go to Arizona State?
But, he wasn't drafted because he's considered lazy. Did the same thing Jamar Toombs did all those years ago: gained too much weight before the draft and didn't work out.
Failed a drug test at Combine and ate too many Krispy Kremes before the Combine. Ran like a 5.17. Pathetic
Horrible combine and a general consensus that he's a douche equals undrafted free agent...At least the other guys had good combines and both slipped due to character issues..
He's the type that makes the term "talent maximizer" so very important.
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Hes not very instinctive, hes slow, hes a liability in coverage and he wasnt the best interview from the combines from what I heard. I saw some mocks where he was projected as a first rounder to be the heir to Ray Lewis in Baltimore.
Other than being slow, out of shape, having a terrible attitude, leading college football in personal fouls, showing poorly on game film and failing a drug test at the combine he had everything going for him.
A real shocker he went undrafted.
I'm sure it's NOT his fault....
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