LSU Football: 5 Reasons Why Michael Brockers Hurt His Draft Stock This Past Week

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LSU Football: 5 Reasons Why Michael Brockers Hurt His Draft Stock This Past Week

When it comes to the most intriguing players in this year's 2012 NFL draft, LSU defensive tackle Michael Brockers is certainly among the top of that list.

Brockers is a physical specimen, standing at 6'5", 322 pounds and with arm length comparable to Dhalsim back in those early '90s Street Fighter Video Games. He has a tremendous motor out on the football field, which showed at times during LSU's near-perfect 2012 season.

Everyone knew that Brockers' one flaw was his lack of experience, but after this week's annual NFL Combine testing, it became apparent that LSU's dominant defensive tackle has many flaws in his game that we did not know about.

Brockers had an abysmal showing at the combine, failing to post impressive scores in any of his individual workouts.

But will that be enough to land this big-time prospect out of the first round?

Let's break down five reasons why Brockers hurt his draft stock this past week.

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