Christine Michael looking forward with draft weekend looming
Christine Michael has had to overcome a lot in the last four years at Texas A&M on his path to the NFL Draft.
Michael was averaging 6.0 yards per carry his junior season before he tore his ACL. When Michael returned for his senior year, he saw limited carries in new head coach Kevin Sumlin’s offense.
Michael is one of the most talented running backs in the draft but now must also overcome character concerns. He didn’t help his case at the NFL Combine when he overslept and missed meetings with teams.
With all of that on his shoulders, Michael is looking forward to moving on and ready to step up and make a change, he said.
“I can’t sit up here and say I’m perfect,” Michael said, “but I’m not this bad guy that any coach or any GM would have to go to bed nervous at night.”
As for overcoming his injuries, Michael is fully healthy now and cited Adrian Peterson and Marcus Lattimore as success stories he’d like to follow.
Listen to the full interview below.
Patrick Woo is a junior majoring in broadcast journalism, a ComRadio Sports Director and a NFL Draft Show Producer. To contact him, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Patrick Woo is a senior from Crumpton, Maryland enrolled in the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism.
He is a Sports Director for ComRadio, reporter for the Centre County Report and manager for the Penn State women’s lacrosse team. He has interned with Bill King on Sirius/XM College Sports Nation and the Reese’s Senior Bowl and covered SEC, Big Ten and MAC Media Days, the NFL Draft and Super Bowl XLVIII among many other things at Penn State.
His biggest passions are college football and helping others by making a positive impact.
You can visit Patrick’s personal website at http://www.patrickwoo.com and follow him on Twitter @P_Woo.