Ah... the sweet sound of hungry journos on the first day of the NFL Combine.
It's the first day of the NFL Combine, which means, yup, you guessed it, hungry journalists! But we're not here to talk about their hunger.
How about we cover the tweets from those at the Combine who hovered around podium B to listen to NFL draft prospect Jonathan Cooper?
Let's dive right in.
UNC G Jonathan Cooper measured 6-2.5 and 312 lbs in Indy. Says he ate a lot of burgers this offseason, has "a little more butt behind him."— Joe Person (@josephperson) February 21, 2013
Cooper: I feel comfortable in a zone scheme, a power scheme, whatever they ask of me I can do it and do it well.— Will Brinson (@willbrinson) February 21, 2013
Cooper: "I feel comfortable in a zone scheme, power scheme...I love pulling and getting out in space."— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) February 21, 2013
Cooper: "I know there are a lot of great guards in this draft. If I'm drafted high but not the first one, that's fine too"— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) February 21, 2013
Cooper: "I'm a combination of power and athleticism...I'm comfortable with anything. I'm versatile to handle either."— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) February 21, 2013
Cooper on Warmack: "I'm glad I got to finally see him in person and see that he's actually human."— Andrew Gribble (@Andrew_Gribble) February 21, 2013
Cooper asked if a guard worth a top five pick in the draft? "I dare say so."— Will Brinson (@willbrinson) February 21, 2013
The irony of UNC G Jonathan Cooper wanting to gain weight? He was too big to qualify for Pop Warner, was waterboy for his brother's team.— Joe Person (@josephperson) February 21, 2013
Cooper sounds like a well spoken dude. only helps his already high draft stock. love how he's embracing possible center move— Jon Dove (@Jon_Dove42) February 21, 2013
Cooper's stock is rising and could certainly become a Ram. As we all know, it's the Combine, which means the draft stocks of many players will be rising and falling.