2011 NFL Draft: A.J. Green Talks to B/R at Gatorade Lab in New York City

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2011 NFL Draft: A.J. Green Talks to B/R at Gatorade Lab in New York City
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Incoming NFL Draft pick and former University of Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green tests with the Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI) in New York City. Green’s testing was captured by NFL Films for the new web series “Everything To Prove,” which follows 14 rookies’ journey to the NFL.

Most NFL Draft analysts have A.J. Green rated pretty highly in this year's rookie class—and most of the sports media has been itching to get a word in with him.

According to those in the know, Green is projected to come off the draft board fairly quickly Thursday night at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

Bleacher Report's Jack Harver, in town to re-test with the scientists from the Gatorade Sports Science Institute and top-tier trainer Todd Durkin, ran into A.J. after the former Georgia standout had finished filming an interview for NFL Films' Everything to Prove documentary.

Hanging out in the Gatorade Lounge before running the testing gauntlet, Jack took a few moments to see what this year's consensus top wideout had been working on with Gatorade this offseason.

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