2017 NFL Draft Talk w/ DE Avery Moss

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NFL Draft 2017 – DE Avery Moss

After a great NFL Draft Talk last week with defensive stalwart DE Rivers Connor Livesay picks up the conversation with Youngstown State team mate DE Avery Moss.

Avery is an easy listen and details his preparations for the combine and most importantly the NFL in general. As we’ve pointed out before for most this will be the biggest job interview of not only their young lives but perhaps their entire life. They have been building up to this moment since they first strapped it on in a Pop Warner league somewhere and now, it’s time.

Avery Moss explains how he was on the strong side in college yet he can play from either end. His versatility is backed up with his speed/power combination which can get him to the QB and/or disrupt the play as he collapses the pocket. You have to have your “go-to” move.

Connor ask about Avery’s time at Nebraska and his relationship with Maliek Collins and Randy Gregory getting some nice stories in return. Talking about different players and it’s obvious Avery is a student of the game.

From a strong family background that taught him values that drive him today Avery is up to a solid 265 lbs  and ready to let his moves and his motor be on display for where ever the NFL Draft lands him. Effort is one of the skills he’s most proud of and it really shows up on film.

Livesay keeps it real, puts things in perspective and gives you an “up close” picture of a “top NFL Draft Prospect” for 2017.

STL NFL Draft Talk with DE Avery Moss

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