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Draft Day by Bill Ferrario

It was the 2001 NFL Draft. I was a 6'3” 315 lb. offensive guard from the University of Wisconsin. The University which just four years earlier began the tradition of Offensive Line U. I didn't know at the time how long the tradition would last and that I would become a part of it. I had just finished up a dream of a college career. I started every game of my college career (only the 3rd player in B1G Ten history to accomplish this), blocked for a 1,000+ yard rusher every year and most of all blocked three years for the All-Time Rushing Leader and 1999 Heisman Trophy Winner Ron Dayne. The stage had been set for great things to come.

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Meat Market by Bill Ferrario

With the NFL's Combine around the corner, it makes me think back to February 2001 when I took part in the NFL's version of a meat market, which evaluate players to be drafted in the upcoming years draft. This was 13 years ago, before every little detail was televised for every fan to see in the luxury of there living rooms. Players now a days can even prepare for what they are going to face by watching previous years combines.






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