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El gurú le da 1.99 (198,8.)
Tiene varios hermanos al igual que Watt, todos muy altos tambien (entre el 188cm-2m):
Es un caso increíble, muchos son profesionalesGordie, Jr., 32, 6-foot-6
. After playing at Jacksonville and being drafted in the 49th round by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2006, he competed in the minor and independent leagues for six years. : “He’s the mayor. He has a gift of gab. He’ll talk to anybody about anything. He played first base and I used to count how many guys made it to first because every one of those guys will wind up at dinner. Everyone was his best friend.”Dan, 31, 6-5.
After playing at Maryland, he was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2009. He also played for the Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and Cleveland Browns. : “He was more serious, very intelligent, more organized. He was offered the chance to be a Rhodes Scholar.”Chris, 29, 6-2
. After starting his college career at Maryland, he transferred to Arizona. An undrafted free agent by the Dallas Cowboys, he also spent time with the Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers : “Quiet but very intellectual. The teachers never thought he was paying attention. Chris was accepted to Harvard but chose to go to Maryland.”un gurú, 26, 6-6
. After playing at Arizona, he was drafted by the New England Patriots in the second round where he has become an All-Pro tight end. : “Robbie is more the class clown. When he was young, he constantly was goofing around. He could never sit still. His brothers would laugh at him and he’d do it more. He was always clowning around. I said, ‘Just stop laughing at him.’"Glenn, 23, 6-3.
After playing at Kansas State, he was signed as a free agent by the Buffalo Bills on April 30. : “He’s quieter. But he graduated with honors. He had two majors and a minor at Kansas State.”