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JSeahawks wrote:Aaron Fentress (Ducks beat writer) is reporting that sources tell him Colt was repeatedly missing meetings and team activities, and Helfrich told him that if he missed another one he'd be kicked off the team.
Gap Filler wrote:JSeahawks wrote:Aaron Fentress (Ducks beat writer) is reporting that sources tell him Colt was repeatedly missing meetings and team activities, and Helfrich told him that if he missed another one he'd be kicked off the team.
In that article it said he's first round good. Is that true?
Mtjhoyas wrote:Lyerla is most definitely First round good. Explosive athlete who is physical. Not many humans that size can move like he can. Too bad he's throwing it all away. I'd still gamble with a 4th rounder on him though. He could be right below Jimmy Graham as the most explosive TE in the NFL.
HawkWow wrote:Sounds like he was acting a bit Clowney.
kearly wrote:This situation kind of reminds me of Vontaze Burfict.
Solid article on Lyerla. IDK, he sounds like a guy Pete could coach and keep in line.
When I asked the actual NFL scouts about how their teams will view Lyerla I got similar, indirect answers. One advised me that “my report will be that he’s never going to be worth the headaches. I can’t see us considering him after this quitting.” He pointed out that his team removed Mike Williams of Syracuse and Marquess Wilson of Washington State completely from their draft consideration when those players left their respective schools in recent years.
The other scout gave me a very interesting answer. He said he was sure his team would pass on Lyerla but he brought up two other franchises which might find his story appealing as a sort of feel-good reclamation story. When I asked if he thought Lyerla would be drafted I got this response:
“Drafted? Absolutely. He’s a second round talent at worst on the field. If he can piss clean (pass drug tests) and explain his issues, coaches will look over the bad issues.”
I asked him to speculate on which round Lyerla might wind up being drafted.
“Like I said, he’s got to piss clean. (We) won’t touch him if he’s left the team and is doing drugs. No way. If he pisses clean I think he can go in the fourth or fifth round. I would be surprised if we let him fall past that”, he told me. ”I’ll tell you this too, his agent is going to really have to earn his money. Up front damage control.”
GoldenTater81 wrote:This is so ridiculous.. How do people get these golden tickets in life and choose to just throw this away. Just absolutely insane.
Smelly McUgly wrote:Willing to take a shot on him in round six or below. How the hell does a college kid have the money to buy cocaine, anyway?
Gap Filler wrote:GoldenTater81 wrote:This is so ridiculous.. How do people get these golden tickets in life and choose to just throw this away. Just absolutely insane.
Bad parenting perhaps. Sounds like his dad ran out on him at a young age. I think the teen years for many boys like Lyerla and Aaron Hernandez are the most important for a dad to teach their boys how to be a man. Hernandez's dad died and it became evident he rebelled against authority after that and now look at him.
seahawk2k wrote:I did too until I got to college. The first year I was like "WTF? Are you serious? Cocaine??"
Smelly McUgly wrote:I don't know, the worst our parties ever had were weed, shrooms, acid, and x......