2012 NFL Draft Sleepers: Justin Bethel Interview

Justin Bethel is another small school prospect rising up draft boards

NEPD Editor: Mike Loyko

Justin Bethel is another small school defensive back who has really helped himself with solid post season performance. Recently he spoke with NEPD’s Mike Loyko about the draft process and his college career.

In a deep cornerback draft it is tough to distinguish one’s self from the rest and even tougher to do if you come from a small, little known program in small town South Carolina. Justin Bethel was able to distinguish himself at the NFL Combine and not just from the other small school corners. He stood out amongst the best talent in the country and really elevated his stock. Bethel possesses a long athletic frame and has good speed for his size. He is a player that many teams project as a free safety, but still has the experience and ability to play corner. Bethel took time out of his training to speak with Mike Loyko, and here is what he has to say.

* The audio at times is fuzzy, due to poor reception. I apologize, but the interview is still audible.

Tags: 2012 NFL Draft, Justin Bethel, Sleepers

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