Don’t let the fact that Mark LeGree played his collegiate ball at Appalachian State fool you into thinking he’s not a sought-after, and potential instant impact, draft pick.
LeGree, a 2010 Walter Camp FCS All-America selection, leaves Appalachian State as the career active interceptions leader in NCAA Division I, FBS and FCS schools, with 22 picks, which was second all-time in Southern Conference history.
Concluding his senior campaign as only the second three-time consensus first-team All-American in ASU’s history, the 6'0", 210-pound safety runs a 4.49 40-yard dash and boasts a vertical jump of 31 feet.
Scouts wonder if LeGree will be able to find similar success with NFL quarterbacks as he did at an FCS school without too much of a learning curve.
As a senior at Pacelli Catholic High School of Columbus, Ga., LeGree was an all-state selection as a defensive back and as a wide receiver, which was enough to earn him the Region 4-A Player of the Year award.
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