Top NFL prospect Myles Garrett really wants to sack Tom Brady

Top NFL prospect Myles Garrett really wants to sack Tom Brady

He had a ready answer. The Texas A&M superstar promised during his Saturday press conference that he would dominate the combine, and he delivered less than 24 hours later. Being able to jump from a standing position does not mean you can get past National Football League offensive tackles to get to the quarterback, but it is another way to measure what a player can bring to the table.

As for that Cowboys video, Garrett said he would tell the Browns: "I'm sorry". What he did in Indy makes Garrett a no-brainer as the top pick of the draft. Not that I believe them but if they were to do that, people would get fired in a couple of years. "He's an athletic freak just like me, but I'm holding my bar pretty high". "Let's make it happen".

Garrett also noted he has no preference on which team's roster he lands, even if some may not feature the warm climate of his home state of Texas. To be a fly on the wall when Garrett carries out his pledge to apologize to the Browns for the slight.

Aside from a harmless video that was made in jest, Garrett has done nothing that should prevent the Browns from drafting him. "There's nothing else I could really say about it right now; it's just a day-to-day thing". Teams are always desperate to add more pass rushers, and Garrett could be a future Hall of Famer just waiting for his chance to suit up on Sundays.

After saying he'd prove why he's the best player in this year's NFL Draft class, Myles Garrett walked the talk on Sunday morning. I play every down.

Garrett ran the fifth-fastest 40 time among defensive linemen and had the second most reps on the bench press behind Auburn's Carl Lawson (35).

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What exactly this sanctuary is is unclear, though one might imagine it's something like The School for Gifted Youngsters 2.0. The " Logan " star is at ease with being "true and open" and "not just showing his best side" as an actor.

CBS Sportsline draft analyst Dane Brugler compares Garrett to DeMarcus Ware.

"It's gotta be", Garrett said. "No doubt about it".

Case in point: Myles Garrett. This is a guy that was already being billed as a can't-miss No. 1 pick. "That would be a huge nod to my friends, family and teammates".

If they do not take Garret, the Browns are only in position to trade down and get the huge haul that a player of Garrett's talents deserve.

There's no reason to think he will make another insane video, but whether he does or doesn't really doesn't matter.