Found January 18, 2013 on Queen City Sports:
The 2013 NFL Draft boasts yet another intriguing defensive back from the University of Texas; this time coming in the form of free safety, Kenny Vaccaro. Vaccaro is an impressive athlete with prototypical size and athleticism for both the free and strong safety positions, standing at 6’1″ and weighing 215 pounds. NFL Player Comparison: Chris Clemons Proj. Draft Position: Top 25 Injury History: None Key Stats: 48 games, 259 Tackles, 13 TFL, 5 INT, 4 FF, 20 PD Career Accolades: Team Captain, Pro Football Weekly 2012 All-American, 2011 First Team All-Big 12 Backround/Character Kenny Vaccaro is reportedly a team leader, after opting to stay with the Texas Longhorns for his senior season after an impressive junior campaign. He was recruited out of Early High School in Early, Texas, as a four-star defensive back, playing both cornerback and safety. He was arrested for failure to obey prior to the 2012 season. According to multiple reports, Vaccaro, along with teammates Alex Okafor and Bar...

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