While Garrett appears to be as close to a can't miss prospect as there can be in this year's draft, there are still concerns about some of the film from 2016 at Texas A&M that showed him to not be the explosive playmaker that everyone had been accustomed to seeing because of an ankle injury. And I'm gonna start winning and winning now.
"The Cowboys are my hometown team, but when push comes to shove, I want to go No. 1", Garrett said. "I want to go No. 1".
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Those are just a few of the colorful nuggets in an ESPN the Magazine interview in which the 21-year-old out of Texas A&M swears he will administer pain to the Cleveland Browns, or any team that makes a trade with them for the No. 1 pick. This cancellation of course probably doesn't matter in the long run, but it's another sign that Garrett is going to be under a microscope to perform in accordance with his Combine numbers for whomever drafts him. "They just go back to work every day and try to turn things around and make wherever they are a great place to be".
Garrett was given the opportunity to address specific McFarland criticisms about his play. So I did, from LT to Deacon Jones to Bruce Smith to Reggie White to DeMarcus Ware to J.J. Watt, then to all the big-time players across the line to the linebackers. Fournette's stock continues to rise with less than three weeks until draft day. "I want to see something nobody has seen anywhere on this earth, and my discovery is our discovery - we brought this into light". I need you to take Tony Romo, take a couple picks, and give them to Cleveland so you can pick me up. According to Brian Mazique of Forbes, Stanford defensive end Solomon Thomas is heading to the San Francisco 49ers with the second overall and the Chicago Bears will draft LSU safety, Jamal Adams, with the next pick. "An awkward photo doing a side hug with the boss?" he said.