Life after football
While NFL prospects get the love, there are more players like Brad Walker
Updated: April 27, 2012, 12:45 PM ETBy Greg Katz | WeAreSC.com
LOS ANGELES -- When the roll call of gridiron selective service was announced for the 2008 NFL draft, 10 Trojans were taken, including the first-round likes of defensive linemen Sedrick Ellis and Lawrence Jackson, linebacker Keith Rivers, and offensive tackle Sam Baker.
One name not selected was a workmanlike wide receiver by the name of Bradley Walker, who can speak first-hand that not every Trojans football player lives out the NFL dream.
Dustin Snipes/Icon SmiBrad Walker played at USC from 2004-07, catching six passes during his senior season with the Trojans.
To continue reading this article you must be an Insider
ESPN TOP HEADLINES
- Belichick says Patriots 'followed every rule'
- NFL warns Seahawks about Lynch gesture
- Kiffin to remain Bama OC, won't jump to NFL
- Waiters: Not scapegoat for Cavs' early issues