Jabrill Peppers is a multi-dimensional man of mystery to many NFL Draft evaluators.
The former Michigan star's role as a hybrid player on defense, as well as kick returner and quarterback/running back, is confusing everyone except Peppers.
Bleacher Report labeledhim recently asthe draft's "most overrated,"prompting Peppers to offer this sharp response:
I played out of position(LB @ 200lbs) pounds, and still became an All American. How many players can/ARE WILLING to do that for their team?— JP5 (@JabrillPeppers) April 11, 2017
Call me what you want, but I will EAT regardless no matter the situation or circumstance. That's just how I'm CUT! That's on BIG BRO— JP5 (@JabrillPeppers) April 11, 2017
Peppers is projected to play primarily as a safety in the NFL and is considered a first-round pick in most mock drafts.