Missouri University (MU) Tiger Football Soccer 2010 NFL Draft – 1 Mizzou Tiger Selected

The University of Missouri (also called MU or Mizzou) was a member of the Tigers in the 2010 NFL draft, which was held in New York in April. Columbia, a solitary player named Missouri, named Sean Weatherspoon

Weatherspoon was the first player Atlanta Falcons had chosen for the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft in the 19th overall round. Falcons are delighted to bring the talented young line bender to the center of their defense.

Weatherspoon was born in Greenville, South Carolina, December 1987 and long before he grew up in a 6 "1" high profile professional football game. He was 239 pounds as a high school athlete in Texas's rich football ground, talent scout Weatherspoon had three sports stars at Jasper High School in Jasper, Texas, Texas on the east side of Texas

In addition to a college recruited linebacker at high school, Sean played basketball and attended the pitch at Jasper High School, though best It is known that an All-state footballer Sean was an All-District performer as a guard for the basketball team and an All-State great jumper in the track team.

Despite being a double threat as contributing both to defense and the crime as a broad buyer of granite iron in high school Sean had to overcome the barrier that he was relatively underweight for the linebacker's position as a high school athlete looking for top-level collegial football recorder attention. Even though he eventually made up for being the second linebacker in the 2010 NFL draft (Rolando McClain, who was only at Alabama University, with Oakland Raiders in Poker No. 8). Weatherspoon had relatively few college football fellowships. high school leader. Missouri eventually won the full-fledged scholarships of the Iowa State University and Texas Christian University (TCU).

After having played at Missouri University for all the games as a real novice in 2006, Sean had a breakout season in the second year of 2007 when the first All-Big 12 was honored for his efforts. Sean eventually gained many awards from various organizations as the second and third All-American national linebacker positions.

Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith thrilled with Sean Weatherspoon's body. Trainer Smith believes that Sean will compete for a starting linebacker position and hopes to get him in place as quickly as possible when he uses it on special teams.