Former Stanford cornerback and Saints third-round draft pick Paulson Adebo lets his play speak for itself. He's no quote machine, just shy and straightforward, but very well-respected by teammates and coaches.
On a new episode of Black and Gold Rush, longtime Stanford radio broadcaster and Pac-12 Network reporter Troy Clardy is here to discuss how Adebo can impact the New Orleans Saints' secondary. Get ready for a crash course in the Cardinal football brand too!
Tune in FRIDAY for Part 4 of the Saints draft series - all about Saints fourth-round pick Ian Book with South Bend Tribune reporter Tyler James!
TOP 3 TWEETABLE QUOTES
(5:36) "The physical, the tangibles, the measurables are the one thing that certainly give you the first impression about Paulson Adebo ... but don't forget the ball skills and don't forget the recovery speed as well."
(7:18) "Some numbers that you might not necessarily be aware of and numbers that might not necessarily show up are his ability to show up in big games."
(13:25) "Stanford guys have a bit of a brand as being a bit more readily made to handle some of the rigors you might face in the NFL on and off the field. I'm looking forward to seeing how Paulson can apply some of those with the Saints in the future."
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