It’s hard to believe that the one thing possibly keeping Russell Wilson from being a top five draft pick was his height. Because Wilson is “only” 5-foot-11, NFL scouts including 2000 Heisman Trophy winner Chris Weinke believed that, “If (Wilson) was six-five, he’d probably be the number one pick in the draft.” Looks like he’s doing a great job of bucking conventional wisdom.
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