The player who’s very well known with pay per head services was formally scratched from the workout due to a “medical exclusion” after defensive linemen arrived at Lucas Oil Stadium to participate in on-field work that included the vertical jump and 40-yard dash, as well as position-specific and agility drills.
On Sunday, he didn’t reference any injury in a media gathering at the combine, but pay per head services saw that on Monday he admitted that he was excluded because of a lower-back problem related to an operation that he received in 2011.
Price per head sportsbooks saw that this past season, Ford had 10.5 sacks for the Tigers, who won the SEC championship before they lost the BCS title game to Florida State.
Recently, pay per head services found out that the player made some waves in a radio interview when he took on Jadeveon Clowney. On SiriusXM, Ford said that he’s better than Clowney, saying that the former South Carolina star is a “blind dog in a meat market.”
“I’m better [than Clowney],” Ford said. “Let’s put it like this: People like to talk about size all the time. Size is pretty much overrated in my eyes.
“You can look at guys like Robert Mathis, Elvis Dumervil, Von Miller. These are 6-2 guys and under. People are just looking at the fact that [Clowney, who is 6-foot-5¼] is a physical specimen. Honestly, if you watch the film, he plays like a blind dog in a meat market basically.”
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Scouts Inc. considered Clowney to be the top overall draft prospect, and in his latest mock draft, ESPN Insider Todd McShay projected the player to go No. 1 to the Houston Texans.
Pay per head services learned that Scouts Inc. listed Ford as the No. 37 overall draft prospect.