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Do you honestly believe that if Johnny has another year like this year, every single team will pass on him in the first round? It only takes one. He's a rock star and, if history repeats, will be the most decorated and famous college player of all time. Absolutely no way one team doesn't take a chance on him, even if it's for the publicity it brings
I think he'll end up being a top 10 pick in the draft..
The NFL team that takes will be a team running a complete spread offense. The first of it's kind in the NFL.
Sumlin might be in the NFL next year so don't forget that.
Didn't he already turn down an NFL job?
I think he turned down interviews. He will be an even hotter commodity next year after the NFL got slammed for not hiring any black coaches.
My 2 pennies.
Sumlin has said he wanted to build a dynasty. I honestly feel he is a college coach. Young kids in school here in college station. He has good money to pay assistants which is big in college ball. Whatever he wants he gets. He has full control, like the midget in Tuscaloosa. He's a great recruiter. Win a NC. Get a badass stadium with top 5 player facilities. Get a 5 mill per salary. It's all gravy. He's been here before. He knows how good of a gig it can be.
Johnny on the other hand, enjoy the ride. Matty Ice and Kenny Powers will be just fine.
You're oversimplifying the Kohl Stewart deal. The LOI was as much about leverage in MLB contract negotiations as anything else. His agent is going to be able to go into negotiations with all the leverage and the upper hand.
If all that teams can knock Johnny for is size there's nothing to be gained by staying. College can't make him get 3 inches taller. There was a LB from Vandy a few years back who was 5' 9" or so. He went pro after his junior year and his reasoning was that he wasn't getting any taller so what could he possibly change from his junior to senior year.
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