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He is on the practice squad
Quite a bit of revisionist history there.
He was rated as a d-end or d- tackle by scout and rivals. All of the "big" programs recruiting him wanted him as a d-lineman. A big reason he came to uk was to play as a linebacker.
He was very good in run defense but was pretty bad against the pass. The game against Tennessee his senior year was the best example of that. He got abused all game long.
I remember that well, Tennessee ran crossing 8-10 yard crossing patterns all night, absolutely abused
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Micah was just signed to Green Bay's practice squad on 12/31.
Its an easy question, Did he ever play a regular season game as a pro? Plus I don't care what his job was at UK, I said his pro career might have been better if he had played the same position in college as he was trying to play now in the pros. Read, it does the body good. And in that news about Micah and the GB Packers, was the answer to my question, he appeared in ONE game when he was with Miami.
This post was edited by UKlaw82 15 months ago
IIRC MJ was viewed by most as a top DT prospect out of HS and most of the services thought he would be moved to the DL. We got him because of #1. his brother being on campus, #2 close to his family who was stationed at Ft. Campbell, #3 We promised him a chance at MLB instead of moving him to DL.
He had an outstanding career here at UK, but in hindsight, you have to think that he wishes he had moved to the DL in college at least situationally to prepare him for the NFL.
My statement exactly.
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