Only positivity from the past as former UCF wide-out and teammate Rannell Hall talks of Baltimore's 1st round selection Breshad Perriman. Rannell Hall, currently a rookie wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers spoke of Breshad without a single bad aspect of Breshad's game.
"He's a very athletic kid, very humble. I feel like he'll fit into the system, especially after they let Torrey Smith leave." - Hall when interviewing with The Baltimore Sun. "I feel like they brought him up there to play, to start as a rookie and make a big impact."
Nothing better for us fans to hear that another teammate feels so confidently of our first round selection. Another good aspect being the mental toughness for Breshad, Hall spoke,
"He's a really good teammate, very humble. When things aren't going right, he stays very positive. He's a very humble dude, respectful and he loves the game. I know some players have that 'It's all about me' attitude, but Breshad's not like that. He's a team player."
Sounds like Breshad's been enjoying some Steve Smith Sr.'s humble pie, and in a good way. We don't need diva receivers, and we don't need a rookie believing he is the showtime player towards our own teammates. Confidence is fine by me though, and a humble player who loves to play the game of football while being 6'2" and 212 lbs sounds like a dream; not to mention a man so big flying down the field with a sub 4.3 forty.