All in the family
BATON ROUGE - While NFL hopefuls were running drills for scouts on Wednesday at LSU's pro day, anxious parents watched from the stands at the LSU indoor practice facility, hoping their sons' dreams come true late this month.
"He loves the game, and I told him if you have the opportunity like I had to make money doing what you love, take advantage of that" said George Adams, who played in the NFL like his son Jamal hopes to do soon.
Jamal Adams isn't the only player in this group of LSU athletes with a chance to get drafted in the first round: Tre'Davious White also has a good shot to go on day 1.
"He's been dreaming about this since he was a little boy, so it's a dream that's almost true," said White's mother Lashawnita Ruffins.
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