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2000s Stanford Samuels, whose father was a defensive back at FSU in the early 2000s and a staffer for the past several seasons, was a two-year starter for …
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Draft FSU NFL Draft Profile: Cam Akers, Stanford Samuels and others
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Defensive Defensive back Stanford Samuels is also an expected selection during the seven round draft. Akers, who departed FSU as a junior after three productive campaigns, is projected as …
Pounds Here is some basic information about Samuels: Height: 6 feet, 1 inch. Weight: 187 pounds. Age: 21 years old. Birthday: Feb. 23, 1999. High School: Charles …
Draft The NFL draft has come and gone, with Florida State running back Cam Akers finding a new home during the draft process. Unfortunately, Akers was FSU’s lone draft pick this year. Several other
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Cornerback After three seasons at Florida State, cornerback Stanford Samuels opted to skip his final year of eligibility and declare for the 2020 NFL Draft. The 6’-1”, 187-pound cornerback enters the NFL on the heels of his best season yet. As a junior, Samuels played in 851 snaps, allowing 41 receptions on 81 targets for 560 yards, two touchdowns
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Friday Friday, April 17: NFL.com released a new, seven-round mock draft, and it has FSU's Akers going even higher than the previous prediction from CBS.
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Florida Florida running back Cam Akers has met informally with the Steelers and said he has a formal interview set up with them here at the NFL Combine. — Joe Rutter (@tribjoerutter) February 26, 2020
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However However, one thing’s for certain, the rest of the nation is now aware of what FSU fans have known since 2016: Cam Akers is a special player with …
Football His father Stanford Samuels was a fan favorite, who went undrafted in the 2004 NFL draft but had a solid career in the Canadian Football League from 2005-2010. Next Up In Florida State Football
Matter The run on running backs came early in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft. As top tailbacks heard their names called one by one, it was only a matter of time before Florida State’s Cam Akers
Florida Florida State running back Cam Akers is among the prospects expected to help the Seminoles extend their streak of having a player picked in …
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Draft Samuels' decision was a bit of a surprise considering his name isn't frequently mentioned in draft projections or mock drafts. Running back Cam Akers declared for the NFL draft two weeks ago. Defensive tackle Marvin Wilson is also expected to leave school early for the NFL. What is still in question is the status of Tamorrion Terry.
FSU’s NFL draft: Los Angeles Rams take FSU’s Cam Akers in second round. FSU’s other main prospects, defensive backs Levonta Taylor and Stanford Samuels, are likely Day 3 …
Samuels Stanford Samuels III Says Goodbye to FSU. Playing in the NFL was also a childhood dream. He joins star running back Cam Akers as notable FSU players to declare for the draft before the Sun Bowl against Arizona State. Samuels III announced his decision with a touching letter on Instagram.
It’s extremely important context when discussing Akers’ production profile. He played on a bad offense, like a really bad offense. Florida State ranked 93rd in rushing 2019, 127th in 2018, and 77th in 2017. So, for Akers to put together an 1,100 yard season with 14 rushing TD is actually quite impressive.
Cam Akers was one of the top prospects coming out of high school after being named the U.S. Army National Player of the Year and Mississippi’s Mr. Football in 2016. He got recruited everywhere, and I mean everywhere – LSU, Ohio State, Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, etc.
His 4.47 40-yard dash was excellent, ranking 5th at the position, and his weight adjusted speed score (according to PlayerProfiler.com) ranked in the 89th percentile. At his compact size (BMI = 31.1), Akers’ athletic testing numbers are quite favorable. Where Akers really won at the Combine was in the running back positional drills.