Better question, on topic:
What would your opinion be of a male fighter who simply refused to fight an openly gay fighter regardless of his reasoning?
This is a bit of misinformation. No one ever considered Sam a "great" college D-lineman. It is almost universally accepted that he was quite limited in his recognition and overall moves to get free. Also, he had one good year and nearly every scout accepts that it was due to teams focusing on Kony Ealy who went in the 2nd round.
The players who are good in college usually have cameras in the house even if they aren't projected to go in the early rounds. Some players' game doesn't translate well. Sam was a great college D-lineman but many scouts think that he is too small to be a d-lineman and too slow to be an outside linebacker so his value wasn't all that high.
Last edited by SimpleJack; 05-16-2014 at 12:24 PM.
And the piano, it sounds like a carnival
And the microphone smells like a beer