Paul Finebaum knows the SEC about as well as anyone, which is why he had a strong defense of Myles Garrett when asked about the NFL Draft prospect Tuesday morning on "Mike & Mike."
Specifically, Finebaum was asked about recent comments made by Warren Sapp in which he said, in part, "I see a lazy kid that makes four plays a game. This is the No. 1 guy? No, no, no. This ain't even close." Sapp added that on game tapes Garrett "disappears" for stretches.
Finebaum says Sapp shouldn't be in the business of calling other people lazy.
"I just fell out of my chair laughing when I heard the Warren Sapp story yesterday. And listen, I'm not here to critique Warren Sapp's career. He's a Hall of Famer, he's one of the best of all time. But when it comes to credibility on someone being lazy, when it comes to credibility on someone having integrity, I'm not listening to Warren Sapp. I'm sorry, he's a complete loser on that front and his record and his resume will back that up."
Finebaum added Sapp has "no integrity and no credibility whatsoever."
While the college football analyst didn't mention anything specifically, he could be referring to Sapp's history of legal troubles. Whatever the case, he's clearly not buying what Sapp was trying to sell, and believes Garrett is deserving of the top pick in this week's NFL Draft.