Last week, Stanford Cardinals running back Christian McCaffrey had a great combine even though he struggled during the strength and conditioning portion of the NFL combine, putting up only 10 reps of 225 pounds.
But during the on-field portion of the training, McCaffrey was lights out:
Christian McCaffrey’s ran a 6.57 3-Cone.
The 2nd fastest by an RB at the #NFLCombine since 2003. It evals agility, quickness, fluidity.
— Jared Tokarz (@NFLDraftInsider) March 3, 2017
— Stanford Football (@StanfordFball) March 4, 2017
But despite the great performance and collegiate career, McCaffrey being a first round pick is still up for debate and Fox Sports’ Shannon Sharpe thinks he knows why.
Sharpe claims that McCaffrey’s skin color has much to do with the fact that the Stanford RB isn’t a top five pick.