Found April 23, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Kenjon Barner
TEAMS: Oregon Ducks
Kenjon Barner spent the day at ESPN on Tuesday, and the former Oregon running back brought his swag with him. Barner has been working on his new hairstyle for the past few months, and it was in peak form this week. Just look at it. Shaved on the sides, nice and curly and frizzy on top. He’s like halfway to “Coneheads.” It’s not quite a Kid from Kid ‘n Play, because his hair curves inward to form a trapezoid rather than going straight up to form the box for a flat-top. His hair is so neat and compact on top, it’s like at Benihana when the chef packs the rice into one of those bowls and flips it upside down before placing it on your plate. Yeah, I’m going to call this the Benihana hair. Barner routinely ran a fast forty time at workouts and can be a speed back in the NFL. He is projected to be selected on the final day of the draft. His hair is projected to be a first-round pick. Screenshots via ESPN
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