Eric Striker just may be the Most Interesting Linebacker in the entire NFL Draft, as written in the pre-draft series here.
He helped lead protests against racism on the Oklahoma campus. He was used in a "Magic Man" role on the field, lining up everywhere. And, for good measure, he draw leadership advice from FDR, Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump.
Expecting to go in the middle rounds as a versatile weapon that can line up anywhere, Striker wasn't even picked and the Buffalo Bills signed him as an undrafted free agent.
ESPN captured his emotional speech to family and friends after going undrafted. Teams viewed Striker's size as an issue --- he's only 5 foot 11, 227 pounds. He may need to carve out a hybrid role for himself in the pros. Over three seasons starting, Striker had 46.5 tackles for loss, 23 sacks and broke up 12 passes.
He certainly has plenty of heart and took Twitter by storm last night with his message below...