Jabrill Peppers can do it all for the Browns
Jabrill Peppers was one of the most fun players in college football last season — not just because he was a phenomenal player, but also because he could line up at almost every position on the field. Michigan’s do-it-all linebacker, defensive back, and return specialist will now be taking the gridiron for the Browns, who selected him with after the No. 25 pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
During his college career, Peppers was a two-time first-team All-Big Ten, a unanimous All-American in 2016, the Lott Trophy winner, the Paul Hornung Award winner for college football’s most versatile player, and a Heisman finalist. Michigan had the top-ranked unit in FBS last season, thanks in large part to Peppers, who led the team with 47 solo tackles and 16 tackles for loss.
“You’re never going to know if you’re fully 100 until you start playing again. But I’m feeling good, I don’t really have any limitations,” Reeves-Maybin told SBNation.
He may not have been able to work out for teams at the combine, but he was able to meet with them. Fortunately, Reeves-Maybin has three solid years of film to rely on — including 206 total tackles and eight sacks in just two seasons — and an off-field reputation he’s proud of.
“I think for the most part the film is going to speak for itself,” he said. “The stats and reputation I built for myself at Tennessee, I think that speaks for itself also.”
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