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  • #93756

    Former WVU wide receiver Marcus Simms was not selected in the NFL supplemental draft, but he was not alone.

    Only one player, Washington State’s Jalen Thompson, was selected, going in the fifth round to the Arizona Cardinals.

    That makes Simms available to any league team as a free agent.

    #93757

    New reports indicate Simms may sign a free agent deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars

    #93760

    Should have stayed in school.

    #93764

    Did he have a choice?

    Thought I heard that he was one of those caught up in the University Policy issue.

    #93768

    His choice was not to do the right thing.

    #93778

    True, but he did not have the choice to stay at WVU.

    #93904

    Simms is an NFL talent.

    He lacked the discipline to stay in school.

    Likely, he assumes he’s “free” from such nuisance and Can just showcase his physical talents that are significant.

    Marcus is about to be smacked in the mouth unlike he ever imagined possible.

    The real world makes the “hassle” of college seem like a party.

    Best of luck to him. Should he grow up in time his abilities will make him a wealthy young man. If not, he will be lost in a heartless world.

    #93995

    Mex nailed it.  WVU make the final choice.  Simms choice was made months ago.  Could have, Should have, Woudl have made the choice to do the right things to stay in school months ago.  Hope he does grow up and make it at the next level ….. what ever that next level in live may be for him.

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