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Former Louisville cornerback Adrian Bushell participated at Tuesday’s NFL Draft Combine. Bushell is the only former Cardinal that received an invite to the 2013 combine.
Although his combine results might not have shown it, Bushell has been attracting attention from multiple NFL teams and is currently being projected as a mid-round draft pick.
Bushell’s Combine Results:
40 yard dash time – 4.58
225 bench press – 17 reps
Vertical jump – 33 inches
Broad jump – 16 inches
Three Cone Drill – 6.92
20 yard shuttle run – 4.25 seconds
Although Bushell is considered undersized for an NFL cornerback, he certainly doesn’t feel like he’s at a disadvantage. “I look at those guys and I know it doesn’t matter how big you are,” Bushell told the media. “I feel I’m one of the best and I have full confidence in myself.”
“I’m an instinctive, fast player. Very athletic,” said Bushell, who certainly doesn’t lack confidence. “I’ve always had to defend my size. You look at me and I’m not
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