Long cheap wow gold after Jon Cornish calls it a career and goes down as one of the best homegrown running backs to ever do it in the three down game, many will continue to debate how he would have fared in the NFL and why he never gave it a chance.
In the winter of 2007, following his senior season with the NCAA University of Kansas Jayhawks, the future Calgary Stampeders star went about his work at the NFL Combine in a much different way than his peers, which included Adrian Peterson, a fellow Big 12 tailback with the Oklahoma Sooners, and Marshawn Lynch, a human wrecking ball from the West Coast with the California Golden Bears.
combine was very, very interesting for me, Cornish said with a sly grin. the time, I don know if I prided myself on it, but I definitely played a decent amount of World of Warcraft while I was at the NFL Combine. I think, more than anybody has ever done.
roommate hated me. That to be anticipated. I had fun. That what I wanted to do at the time. Peterson was trying to show the world the litany of injuries he endured during his college career was nothing to worry about and Lynch was hoping to solidify his first round draft stock, Cornish was trying to take over the universe.
left a really sour taste in my mouth, Cornish said. felt like we were just pieces of meat, just going into a grinder. That stuck with me, and I really had no impetus at all to train for the NFL Combine and I didn And it was readily apparent through my testing numbers. That my fault 100%.
really didn care that much. weighed in at 207 lb., ran a mediocre 4.62 second 40 yard dash and scored a 37 on the Wonderlic cognitive ability test, the second best mark at the combine.
With eight years of perspective, it not something that bothers Cornish, but he does allow that it was out of character.
combine experience I take no pride in it, Cornish said. I have changed that experience? Yes. Would I go back and change it? I don really think so.
back, I always been a person that been prepared for everything that I done. I would say that one of the few events in my entire life that I wasn prepared for. have worked out well for Cornish in the CFL three top Canadian awards, two Grey Cup rings, and a Most Outstanding Player trophy will attest to that but, for close to a decade, he kept an eye on his combine peers.
three of us, we all had our own success in different football leagues, obviously and at different times, Cornish said. Peterson has gone for all time records, I went for a Canadian record, and Marshawn has been to two Super Bowls. It really cool to see how far you can come from one day just all competing with each other to now. spectacular package of athletic prowess, Cornish, who will turn 31 in November, says Peterson is one of the only players he been in awe of, and the combine performance Peterson tied for the top 40 yard dash time with a 4.4 mark propelled him into being selected seventh overall by the NFL Minnesota Vikings.
the NFL Combine, his numerical output was very impressive to me, Cornish said. had something to prove at the combine, and he definitely knew it. I went to the combine chillin and he went to the combine thinking it was the most important experience of his life, and, I think, in the long run, his effort that he put in for the combine has paid dividends for him. Lions.
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