Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by WRATHman44:
That report no doubt came from his agent (paid by Jeffery) or his trainer (paid by agent). As for the time, he can "hope" to run 4.0; hope doesn't mean anything tangible. I hope that I lose 20 pounds of body fat in my sleep tonight and replace it with 15 pounds of muscle and 5 pounds of wang. I'll keep you posted
it came from a guy on scout.com
and why would the trainer lie?
he would lose all credibility and clients which extends to the mlb and nba as well
You're kidding, right? The report did not originate from the writer at Scout.com, it originated from that writer's source
, who, like I said is undoubtedly on the athlete's payroll. Second, these trainers lie all the time because it is in their best interest to lie. When they play up the workouts and results of their clients, then any results that are not consistent with their reported expectations can be played off as a result of a bad day, and not a result that is consistent with the training of the athlete. Pay attention to the reports coming from these training facilities. The reported training times are almost always faster than what they run in Indy, and the shape they are reported to be in is usually much better. Andre Smith's trainer said he was going to "turn heads" at his pro day. He didn't specify that they were turning their heads to vomit at the sight of the bouncing moobs. Look, I don't know what this kid is going to do in Indy, but putting stock in reports that can only be originating from someone he is paying is just not reliable or persuasive.