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Rutgers DE/LB Marvin Booker, like his teammate Ka’Lial Glaud, simply was caught in a numbers game. Booker didn’t have the opportunity to put up the statistics that would wow the casual observer, and therefore he’s going pretty well un-noticed. But Booker projects well as a 6’2 240+ lb. linebacker for any team looking to give a competitive guy a shot on special teams, and to possibly crack the rotation eventually. Booker is the type of player I would to have my team pick up to compete in camp. On Wednesday March 13 at Rutgers Pro Day, Marvin showed great strength by notching 36 reps on the 225 lb. bench press! It was my pleasure to interview him for NFL Draft Zone.
Shaun DePasquale: Thank you for taking the time to speak with me today Marvin. Can you tell me where you’re training for the NFL Draft?
Marvin Booker: I appreciate you reaching out to me and asking me for the interview. I have been training at Rutgers University with trainers Joe Giacobe and Eddie Grier. I also work with...
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