Actuarial science, minor in math , takes a while to make decisions, has to be
told being in SI is a big deal.Obviously has a head on his
shoulders. With regard to game skills questions like stance etc.,
they pay for him they're going to have 5 guys working 1:1 with him off the
field on the laundry list of everything he doesn't know but can learn in a
season. The pros get what they're getting. The sky is the
limit - downside, he can go to work for an insurance company being an actuary,
but he's probably already figured that out.What a great story.
Here's to happy endings :)
Even as a Utah fan, I wish Ziggy all the best. Concerns about his age do not
worry me though it would be ironic if he were drafted by Cleveland (Weeden last
yr). Its worrisome IMO that he does not know the difference between
a 2, 3, & 4 pt stance. Ziggy to Cleveland or Detroit is a major reach more
so than Miami (my favorite team) taking Tannehill last yr. ZA would be better of
w/ the Giants IMO.
I wonder if his mom and dad are still thinking that he is going to play
basketball or track & field. Good luck Ziggy and keep in touch with Bronco
What an awesome story. The more I read about this stuff, the more impressed I
am. I hope he is able to stay faithful through his NFL experience. He's
got a wonderful story we all can learn from.
I cannot believe they made Big Z go through Am Hert. That class is rigged.
Anyway......if Ziggy can get through Am Hert with an A, then he deserves to get
drafted. It takes a lot of toughness to take classes like that on.