Found February 27, 2012 on NESN.com:
The major knock on Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly heading into the 2012 NFL Draft has been his lack of athleticism and quickness. But this weekend's NFL Combine was Kuechly's chance to put his athletic ability on display for all to see. Kuechly has been viewed by many in the scouting world as a superior tackler with great intangibles -- whatever that actually means -- but as having mediocre athletic ability. On Monday, Kuechly proved those critics wrong with an outstanding showing in Indianapolis. The 20-year-old inside linebacker showed up at the combine five-pounds heavier, at 242, than his playing...
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