Shaquem Griffin is one of the most intriguing prospects in this year's NFL Draft. Griffin has experience both as a defensive backer and as a linebacker. He has unbelievable speed and athleticism for both positions, and he has shown the ability to make games behind the line of scrimmage both as a pass rusher and as a run defender.
Griffin also has only one hand, as he was born with an amnion ligament syndrome and his left hand was amputated at the age of four. Despite this fact, he was able to become a top football prospect and shine throughout his career at UCF. He alsoan incredible 20 times on the NFL combine.
Combined with his athletic tests, this performance contributed to an increased Griffin draft. As a result, the league has invited him to this year's draft in Dallas, where Griffin says he will attend.
Griffin knows that he is not only in the design portfolio, but also in popularity and persuasion of executives, coaches, players and fans around the league. "I was a guy who was under the radar and did not believe in it at first, but I think they're starting to believe now," Griffin said after his pro-day training, after Orlando Sentinel . "I now have the entire nation behind me."