Originally posted on The Rap Sheet  |  Last updated 2/26/12
Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly finally met with the media earlier today. He was due in yesterday, but got delayed with the medical process. He says nothing was wrong.  He checked out fine. The BC star, who won the Dick Butkus award as the nation’s top linebacker, is just looking forward to showing the scouts what he can do with his new body. If there’s been a knock on Kuechly, it’s that he’s not the biggest, strongest or fastest guy out there.  So he’s been working on bulking up and getting faster at IMG Football Academy in Florida in order to prepare for the combine, and impress the scouts even more. The 6-3 linebacker has put on some weight, going from his 237 playing weight at BC, up to 242, with the hope of not sacrificing any speed or quickness. ”One of the big things coming in, I had to prove I was a sufficient size,” Keuchly said. ”The biggest thing is being able to move with the weight you have. That was something with me, I’ve been working on . . . I think right no...
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