Fifth time charm

Every time I’m out watching 7-on-7s, fifth-year senior receiver Marcus Everett is standing out. In talking with some of the other players, each one brings up how well Everett is doing. And, he looks good and decisive running routes, his body is more sculpted and his confidence is high.
Certainly, among the returning receivers, Everett is standing out the most.

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  • maui13

    Brian, a few years ago you were high on Marcus Everett, and I believe you thought he had the potential to be an NFL receiver if he continued to progress. Then Marcus had a down junior season, and followed that by being injured last year.

    Do you still think he has a chance to get drafted. Also, is he also serving as a mentor to the freshmen wideouts?

  • BRUINzor

    im glad hes back. i believed he could become the go-to big play guy cuz hes got skillz. (or maybe it just seemed that way compared to mediocre talent?) anyway, im hopeful…


    I recall how some thought I had great hands in intramurals when in college, and I was encouraged to go out for the team as a walk-on. But putting on the pads, and taking on-heard-of hits made me realize my future was not in pro football.