I'd really like to see the Trifecta use a 6th or 7th rounder on a pick with real upside like this guy rather than draft another special teams linebacker for 1 season. It is one thing to value special teams, it is another to waste picks on them... it would be one thing if they stuck around, but it has been a revolving door.
Back in 2004 a college scouting service did a projected 2009 or 2008 NFL mock draft and Callahan Bright was the #1 overall pick. Things obviously did not go as planned, however, but he may still have some of what made him a 5 star recruit, though he is a risk and will be red flagged for character concerns.
In February, Andy Staples featured Callahan Bright in an article on SI.com. Bright, who played for Division II Shaw University last season, participated in North Carolina State's pro day yesterday. The 342-pound defensive tackle completed 41 reps on the bench and flashed ability during the rest of the workout. Unlikely to be selected in draft, Bright's size will attract teams and he's likely to sign a free agent contract.
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