When it comes to draft projections and the possibility of being an early round selection, LSU safety Jamal Adams isn't backing down. They're both big, powerful rushers who dominated at the college level.
Carolina Panthers fans might only have seen Malachi Dupre if they were watching LSU running back Leonard Fournette's film, but he is certainly on the radar of Carolina's staff. "I just wanted to show everyone that I could lose the weight". "He's a good player but I don't think he's a game changer".
Other than his weigh-in, Fournette did a variety of agility drills, running a variety of routes out of the backfield and lining up as a receiver. He did not attempt to improve on his Combine 40-yard time of 4.51.
"An NFC executive told NFL Media that LSU S Jamal Adams "[isn't] a game changer" and "isn't better than [Landon] Collins".
While Fournette's stunning run-through-and-drag-behind style means he won't really be a pass-catching back in the National Football League, it helps to have some versatility.
"I'm not going to say that it's too hard", Fournette said about his life recently. Fournette has now shown that he has no problem getting his body to whatever weight is asked of him, and he believes he can perform to the "best of his ability" no matter what the numbers read on the scale.
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