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Penn State defensive tackle Devon Still spoke to 94 WIP's Glen Macnow last week about preparing for the NFL Draft, his training regimen and more as he gets ready for the NFL Scouting Combine. Still is expected to go high in the first round, perhaps in the top ten, and also reflected on the 2011 season at Penn State. Still said that last season was tough but the team decided to push through to focus on football and did a great job of getting through everything together.
Still was asked if he was an Eagles fan but he said he is a Steelers fan from birth.
Still, a Wilmington, Delaware native, will apparently be checking in with WIP from time to time leading up to the NFL Draft, and we'll try to keep up to date on his radio segments.
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