Posted April 10, 2013 on
In a beat writers mock draft organized by the New England Patriots, we took potential-packed SMU defensive end Margus Hunt.

NFL Draft Bust Watch: SMU’s Margus Hunt

Continuing on with our series of pieces highlighting available players in the upcoming NFL Draft who might be over-hyped, today we take a look at a defensive end prospect from Southern Methodist University. MARGUS HUNT, DEFENSIVE END, SMU If the NFL Combine didn’t exist, Margus Hunt might not vulnerable to becoming a bust. Quite simply, nobody paid attention to the 6’8, 280...

Cowboys 'Dallas Day' draft-eligible invitees

IRVING, Texas The Cowboys' Dallas Day featuring draft-eligible invitees with area high-school or college ties features some high-profile "usual suspects" like SMU defensive end Margus Hunt, who seems an unlikely match for the Cowboys. But look deeper into the group, which will be at Cowboys Stadium on Wednesday, and you find lower-profile names that could end up...

2013 NFL Draft: Evaluating the International Talent in the 2013 Draft Class

  As Bruce Feldman wrote earlier this week, the NFL Draft is going to see a uniquely international influence this year. With up to five foreign-born players that are now projected to potentially first round draft picks, the NFL's international growth is about to have a bigger impact on the draft than it ever has before. One of the more interesting foreign-born prospects...
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