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We aren’t legally allowed to begin the NFL/college football offseason until we can take to Twitter and talk about our favorite players not receiving enough votes to an all-star game or invitations to an event.
I don’t make up the rules, I just enforce them.
Offseason football season was in full force earlier this week as the NFL Scouting Combine announced its full list of players to receive invitations to the event. People flocked to their laptops and phones to voice their praise for their favorite players who made the combine, and their displeasure for those who didn’t.
Those who issue invitations to the combine were smart enough to send one to Air Force defensive lineman JorDan Jackson, but there was still plenty they got wrong.
For a deeper look at some of the players snubbed from this year’s combine, I took to the Internet to see just how badly the combine missed on a few players.
Aqeel Glass, Alabama A&M QB
It isn’t likely, but there is a very real possibility that team’s who take a quarterback in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft could find themselves back in the market for another QB a few years later. It’s not exactly a secret that this year’s class just isn’t as highly-touted as previous classes.
That makes the combine’s decision to omit Alabama A&M’s Aqeel Glass from the combine all the more curious.
Glass is one of the higher-touted FCS quarterbacks entering this year’s draft after he threw for 3,603 yards, 36 touchdowns and seven interceptions in his final season, and leaves the program with 12,136…