This season’s NFL Draft isn’t too top-heavy on skill position talent. Yet it is clear a few players stand out above the rest, and have early-round pedigrees. Alabama running back Mark Ingram is certainly ready to make a quick impact at the pro level. He’s capable of being a featured running back who can certainly help an NFL team very early in his career.
Scott Engel and Adam Ronis of RotoExperts.com interviewed Ingram on draft day, just hours before he will have his name called at Radio City Music Hall. Ingram answered questions about the challenges he will face in the NFL, and the teams that would possibly be interested in him. Many mock drafts had him going to Miami. Also, Ingram claims to be something of a pure original as a player. While others may have modeled themselves after their boyhood idols, Ingram prefers to be his own man as a player.
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Perhaps being the son of a former NFL wide receiver has aptly prepared Ingram for life in the pros. He certainly comes off as a steady, mature type in this interview. Talent may be apparent to the most casual observer, but it’s the intangibles that truly set the better prospects apart. If this interview is any indication of what the reality may be, Ingram is set to be a solid pro from the mental perspective as well.
Surprisingly, Ingram was not chosen by the media in the first round of our Media Mock Draft, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t worthy a being a 1st round pick. As we know, the media does not make the picks.