before the combine, he was projected as a 4th round pick... most wrote him off entirely after the combine, he was just that bad.
7th round was a very generous pick
Then there was decent performance at pro day and the combine never solely determines anyone's draft status. 4 years of performance in college does and should have some bearing. Every analysis i read listed him 5th-early 7th round if not for coming out even after combine, so your position that 7th was "very generous" and some kind of favor to the homos is bull****
When was that? From what I saw the best he could have done was to be drafted in the fifth round. More people than not were saying sixth or seventh round, but plenty were saying he wouldn't be drafted at all.
Then GMs are imbeciles to pass him up over and over just because of a single bad day of running without pads and lifting weights, as opposed to 4 years of on field competition. But that's all a lie to feed attention to combine anyway. No one's draft status plummets 4 goddamn rounds cause of the combine. Not unless they're the 1st gay prospect anyway.
If he's great, he'll be lauded as this great GAY player, if he sucks and gets cut, I'll guarantee you some folks with say it's because he's gay.
He's already a great player, SEC defender of year. Nothing to do with his sexuality. It's only actually relevant to all those fools who think gays aren't "real men". Rest of us knew all along there have been plenty in NFL all this time