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- Aug 1, 1997
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- Lafayette, LA
By Nick Underhill -- Advocate
INDIANAPOLIS — Deshaun Watson got put to the test.
Meetings at the combine are finite in time, with a horn going off every 15 minutes to let players know it’s time to move on to their next meeting where they will try to convince another team to make their dreams come true.
There’s only so much can be accomplished. It’s not enough time to go over anything too extensive or to get too deep into someone’s background. Teams prepare scripts for the 60 formal interviews they conduct, knowing exactly what questions they need to ask to quell their concerns about a certain player.
It can be difficult to cover everything that needs to be covered, especially when it comes to quarterbacks. How can you test a guy on how he changes protections, reads defenses and absorbs information in such a truncated amount of time?
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