Found May 05, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:
The Oregon State Beavers had exactly one player drafted in last weekend’s NFL Draft. Incidentally, that one player did not play a single down in black and orange last year. Brandon Hardin missed all of his senior season because of a shoulder injury. As a junior, he was an awful cornerback. Hardin routinely had mishaps in coverage. A lot of balls were completed to his receiver. Not to worry. With the Chicago Bears – who drafted him in the third round – Hardin will play strong safety. This move will benefit the Bears, obviously. Otherwise they wouldn’t have made it. Because Hardin is such a monster physically, it’s worth using a pick on him. A third-round pick, maybe not. But picking up Hardin is a wise move. After all, the guy is 6’3,” 217 pounds and runs a 4.4 40. He can hit like a truck. That is not your prototypical cornerback. But it does potentially make for an effective NFL strong safety.
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