Originally Posted by AcheTen
Again, you can fill a list of productive college players and the majority will have been nothings in the NFL, because the majority of draftees become nothing in the NFL.
However, the list of top-50 sack artists in NFL history is filled with guys that *were* productive in college.
You might not become an elite player if you're productive in college, but you sure are NOT going to become an elite player if you WEREN'T productive in college.
The more you talk, the more you step in it. Stop trying to run from your own point. You keep making the argument that college production is everything, and it's not. How's Larry English doing in the NFL? How much production did he have and what round was he taken in? How about Tim Couch, he produced on the college level, correct? Don't try to slither your way out of this one.
As far as you claim about how you can't be and elite player in the NFL, is Arian Foster an elite player in the NFL? How about Tom Brady? Rodney Harrison? Al Harris? Richard Sherman? Just stop.