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Josh Hull Scouting Report

With the second to last pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the St. Louis Rams selected Josh Hull, linebacker out of Penn State University.

By this time you know the drill, links, scouting reports, web, etc.

Josh Hull was the Nittany Lions leading tackler in 2009.

Here’s the video of his workout at the combine.

CBS Sports.com:

A two-year starter at middle linebacker, Hull was a 2009 second team All-Big Ten selection. He led Penn State and was No. 5 in the Big Ten with 116 tackles (8.9 avg.).

Hull’s talent, hard work, intelligence and dedication saw 2008 become a banner year in his young life. He earned a scholarship and the starting assignment at middle linebacker in every game last season, emerging as a consistently productive player and the team’s No. 2 tackler with 75 hits. One of the team’s premier students, Hull also was selected a first-team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American, one of a program-record four Nittany Lions so honored in 2008.

Here is an interview with him from the combine for PSU Sports:


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One Response to “Josh Hull Scouting Report”

  1. Rams Jerseys says:

    Good for him. With all the efforts he made, he deserves to be appreciated by the people that surrounds him. He has made good improvements and keep going still.

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