Making him the second most famous Carey to do so.
Bowling Green defensive tackle Chris Jones bullied Mid-American Conference quarterbacks for four years. Now, he hopes that he will have his name called at the 2013 NFL Draft and get the opportunity to chase down NFL signal callers every Sunday.
Zac Dysert isn't the most talked about quarterback in this years NFL Draft, but he's garnering some serious attention as a probable starter.
Heading into Thursday's NFL Draft, Central Michigan left tackle Eric Fisher has garnered a lot of attention and even has some thinking he could go No. 1 overall.
The former productive Toledo wide receiver, fresh off recovering from a season-ending injury, is with his second NFL team. Who doesn't want a 5'10" wideout to succeed in the pros?