Top Players Snubbed in the Draft
With big-name players come big-time egos easily bruised by not getting their due.
On "The Rush," the NFL Draft 365 personalities discuss which players were slighted the most by their selections in the 2012 draft.
For instance, Miami Hurricanes running back Lamar Miller was thought to be a first-round talent, but dropped all the way to the fourth round on Day 3 to the Miami Dolphins. Not only was his selection a bit of an insult, but now he’ll have to play behind Reggie Bush who is coming off a career year in 2011.
Then there’s the story of wide receiver Mohamed Sanu, who was called by a disingenuous individual and told he was drafted, which turned out to be a prank. To add insult to injury, Sanu wasn’t taken until the third round even though he was thought to be a first- or second-round talent at one point.
Two other players received major snubs as well. Find out who on this episode of “The Rush."
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