While the NFL season has quieted down since the Super Bowl, the NFL Draft has now come to focus.
Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett makes a plea to the Cowboys to trade up with the Browns to get him in the NFL Draft pic.twitter.com/HT8YaBOU9R
— The Fanatics View (@thefanaticsview) February 11, 2017
And the consensus number one prospect in Texas A&M’s Myles Garrett has made his waves in his own way: by pleading for a team to trade up to take him.
“The Dallas Cowboys have selected Myles Garrett, with the 1st overall pick” pic.twitter.com/8LdEdz1IBj
— 13-1 (@0_0Cowboyz0_0) February 10, 2017
Specifically, Garrett wants his hometown Dallas Cowboys to trade up and take him, saying on ESPN Radio that he hopes the organization hears him and reaches up to get him.
Myles Garrett asks Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett to trade up, let him play for the Cowboys https://t.co/MFf1ZEAgLy
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) February 10, 2017
The statement seems to be a slight dig at the Browns, who are likely to take Garrett with the top pick. But then again, would you want to play for Cleveland?