Louisville DL Lorenzo Mauldin is here at the NFL Combine. He’s listed as an outside linebacker since he’s probably a tweener at the NFL level. He had 20.5 sacks in his three years with the Cardinals. He also spent two seasons as a college teammate of Bills LB Preston Brown, and Buffalo’s former third-round pick had an impact on him.
“When I first got to Louisville Preston Brown was one of the first guys I watched and looked at,” said Mauldin. “The veterans taught me how to play the game. Watching Preston play his game and watching him go 110 percent in practice made me want to go 110 percent. So trying to emulate them as a freshman I thought would convince the coaches that I was ready to go 110 percent too.”
Louisville DE Mauldin on Preston Brown’s guidance: “I watched him go 110% all the time. I wanted to be like him.” pic.twitter.com/G5s2e6Rgjb
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) February 20, 2015
Brown led the Bills in tackles as a rookie last season.
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