Harvin Most Dynamic Rookie?

According to veteran football writer Dan Pompei, “Most NFL GMs agreed that based on talent alone, [Percy] Harvin should have been one of the first players selected. But he had a long history of finding trouble, and then he failed a drug test at the Combine. But all of Harvin’s past transgressions will be forgotten if, in his new life as a Minnesota Viking, he walks the straight and narrow and runs those dazzling zigzags into end zones.”

Pompei suggests that it is Harvin who is the most dynamic rookie in this year’s NFL draft crop, ahead of Matthew Stafford, ahead of Darrius Heyward-Bey, and ahead of Michael Crabtree.

If true, then it is easy to see why Brad Childress was willing to pass over T Micheal Oher and take a chance on Harvin. He potentially brings the explosive playmaker that the team so desparately needs and hasn’t had since Randy Moss left town.

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One Response to “Harvin Most Dynamic Rookie?”

  1. Spanky says:

    i’m not sure but i think AP is a playmaker!! i sure hope AP dont take a backseat to Favre & Harvin….team work guys team work

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