Jan 31, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; AFC squad player Susie Castillo reaches for the flag of NFC squad player Deion Sanders during the Tazon Latino VII flag football game at Clinic Field inside the Ernest Morial Convention center. Super Bowl XLVII will take place between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens on February 3, 2013 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Looks like NFL.com will go all out with the phenomenon that is Leon Sandcastle. Check out his draft profile on the site.
Love some of the greatness that they poured out onto the site to provide a profile for the man:
You can’t spell “incredible” without Leon. Part-man, part-mouthpiece, Sandcastle talks the talk, walks the walk, then talks some more. Simply put: he’s a highlight reel come to life. Mind-numbing athleticism. Instincts that would make migrating salmon envious. Wonderlic-approved intellect combined with championship-producing intangibles.Sandcastle has it all. And he likes to let you know it.
Often compared to an “ugly Deion Sanders,” Sandcastle literally came out of nowhere to become the top prospect of the 2013 Draft. Well, actually, he came from a small school called Primetime University. But since no one can find PTU, no pre-Combine footage of the 6’1″ superstar-to-be exists. This has led to rumors that Leon may be some type of professional ringer looking for one last payday. Some have even suggested Leon might be Deion Sanders in disguise. But those fears were put to rest following Leon’s blazing 4.2 40yd dash run. “No one can run that fast with a hairpiece flip-floppin’ around,” said an amazed Mike Mayock.
Check out the rest of his profile on NFL.com.
I don’t think Sandcastle will last till the 11th pick in the draft, but if he is available, the San Diego Chargers have to go after him. Tom Telesco did say that we were going to take the best player that was available.