With the 186th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys selected tight end James Hanna out of Oklahoma. It's only been two preseason games, but I'm already loving Hanna.
There really isn't much not to love about him. He's a young player, he's fast, has good hands, and from every report out of camp, he has a good attitude and he's a hard worker.
These are the types of players that become future stars, and years down the line people will say, "How did he fall that far down in the Draft?" James Hanna has the make-up to become a star like that.
Again, referencing training camp, he has been a big hit. All he does is show up and work hard. To make a boxing analogy, he is like Glen Johnson. Probably, not a lot of people know that reference, but basically, James Hanna shows up and just goes to work.
He's a blue-collar, put on the hard hat, and bring your lunch pail to work type player.
In the two preseason games, he's been a success as well. All that practice in training camp is...