The Mississippi State defensive end, Mount Sweat, who told the NFL that he would participate in this week's draft in Nashville, has changed his mind and will follow him to Georgia.
"My dedicated grandparents and a host of other family members helped me reach this point in my life and I wanted to celebrate this special day with my family, so we all chose to do it. where it all started for me, Stone Mountain, Georgia., "said Sweat through his agent, Brian Overstreet.
Some teams worry about a sweat-related heart disease that was detected during the February combine.
Sweat also set the line-break record for a D line player with a 4.41-point run in the 40-yard run at 6-foot-5 and 260-pound.