Once upon a time, Redskins defensive end (and amateur blogger) Adam Carriker was one of the top prospects in all of college football. Just five seasons ago, he awaited the exact same uncertainty that many top prospects face going into tonight.
His between his junior and senior seasons at Nebraska, Carriker was named the team’s MVP, along with the NCAA’s Bronko Nagurski and Chuck Bednarik awards. He tallied 134 tackles despite starting only two full seasons, and piled up 20.5 sacks in his career.
But Carriker explains in his latest blog post on ProInterviews.org, that the titles and totals were less important than his game tape. The way he performed on film was the true essence of his NFL job application and résumé.
Everything he had ever done as a football player led up to Draft Day: Read more »
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