@wookieApparently it matters to ekute, it would appear that he has a
large portion of hi own self worth tied up in it.
Who cares if Star or Ziggy gets drafted first? They're both going to start
in the NFL and they're both going to get paid. The two of them are
mutually exclusive - the success of one doesn't take away the possibility
of success for other. Some of you need to let it go...
I'm so happy that Star has been given a clean bill of health. This was a
crazy situation for sure and could have cost him being the number one pick in
the draft. We will all have to wait and see but I wish all the
players from the big three nothing but the best of luck in the upcoming draft.
It's a great accomplishment for any player to be picked in any round by an
NFL team and every benefits from it in the long run.By the way 38
reps at 225lbs was the most by any other player in this years draft - very
impressive indeed.Good luck Star and Go Utes!
Chris,Star has a chance of getting drafted into the NFL, and you act
like "you" just won the lotto. Get a life. Time for a reality check. How
about just congratulating the guy and hope his health holds up while he pursues
I agree with Wookie ... I'm simply happy for both players. I hope both Star
and Ziggy go in the top 5 ... in fact the top two since we're sittin'
around hoping for things.
@Wookie: Well said.
Great news for Star, not only from a football perspective, but from a life
perspective as well. Any time you deal with heart problems it has to be scary.
I'm sure this is a relief in more ways than one. From this Cougar Fan: Go
get em' Star.
Who cares which player is drafted when in the NFL Draft. I am happy for both
Star and Ziggy. With names like that they should form a band when they retire.
Godspeed to both Star and Ziggy.GO UTES!!
@ Chris BWell that, and these future NFL superstars won't have
to be worried about getting injured in a post season bowl game securing them to
remain healthy for Pro Day.
Good news for STAR$$$. This puts him back in the top 5 and ahead of Ansah.
The true thing that remains to be seen though is if his layout due to the
supposed heart problem has dropped him from the Top 5 radar. He may physically
be okay, but scouts are not all the sudden going to come back out to Utah to
observe him in a new light. They came and saw a man who had a heart problem, and
they left feeling that he had a heart problem. And did he really run a 5.31 40?
It seems like that is awfully slow.
You think future recruits debating between several schools will see the 20+ guys
Whittingham has recruited and had drafted in the NLF?You'd
better believe it.This Ute pipeline will be paying dividends in
terms of recruiting strength for years to come!
Cha Ching! Those dollar signs are back in his eyes. Dude is going
to make a hundred million dollars in his career. #1 pick is very possible
now!Congrats Star! You've earned it.Go Utes!