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Azeez Ojulari: His two NFL Draft days meant the longest 26 hours of his life

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edited May 5 in General
imageAzeez Ojulari: His two NFL Draft days meant the longest 26 hours of his life

DawgNation's daily pulse on UGA recruiting from Jeff Sentell

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  • reddawg1reddawg1 Posts: 1,561 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    Who has a better attitude than this? Guy brightens my day listening to him. "Let's go!!!" DGD!!!

  • DallasDawgDallasDawg Posts: 755 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    I like this article but the entire premise of it is undermined when his agent says he knew Azeez would have to go to a 3-4 team. Well, since that's the case, and only a few teams in the NFL run a 3-4 scheme, then the fact that he didn't go until well into the second round makes perfect sense. And if he was a good agent, he should have been telling Azeez and his family that all along. Again, good article but the article itself explains why his spot in the draft was not surprising. Go Dawgs!

  • LDawgLDawg Posts: 38 ✭ Freshman

    That MAN is a **** GOOD DAWG!!! It was awesome watching this young man go from highly ranked HS kid to professional NFL football player!! The way he improved every year was fantastic and more than enough proof for naysayers that UGA CAN develop its kids into NFL players. Kids like AO are helping delete that narrative for sure! I thought for sure he would go in 1st rd just because of the physical specimin and NO college injuries or reprimands at any time at UGA, but his dream still came true no matter what, now he is even more motivated to prove himself.

    Just please pull up a lil when you sack Matt Ryan, be nice to my QB! Appreciate ya AO!!

    Good luck and make us all proud Azeez!!

    GO DAWGS!!

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