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Adrian Peterson : 2007 Draft Day Picks


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Born on March 21, 1985 Adrian Peterson has three great years of college football under his belt. Since his
freshman year at the University of Oklahoma Adrian Peterson has been impressing people both on and off
the field. It was apparent early on in life that Peterson was going to be a good football player. His mother
was a track star in college, and his father signed to play basketball with the University of Oklahoma. These
bloodlines gave Peterson everything he needed in ord...



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Article Body:
Born on March 21, 1985 Adrian Peterson has three great years of college football under his belt. Since his
freshman year at the University of Oklahoma Adrian Peterson has been impressing people both on and off
the field. It was apparent early on in life that Peterson was going to be a good football player. His mother
was a track star in college, and his father signed to play basketball with the University of Oklahoma. These
bloodlines gave Peterson everything he needed in order to get a fast start in life.


Peterson played his high school football at Palestine High School in Palestine, Texas. This is where he first
started to garner national attention for his work ethic, speed, and strength on the field. During his senior year
Peterson rushed for nearly 3,000 yards and received many local and national awards. This led to a hotly
contested recruiting battle between the likes of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, and Miami of Florida.


Peterson eventually chose the University of Oklahoma, and he got off to a good start during his freshman
season. It was during this year that he set he took the college football world by storm by rushing for 1,925
yards on 339 carries. He also managed to score 15 touchdowns. This led to Peterson becoming a finalist for
the Heisman Trophy as a freshman; a rare feat to say the least. Although Peterson had solid numbers as a
sophomore and junior, he was plagued by injuries on the field.


After his junior season Adrian Peterson declared himself eligible for the NFL Draft. Although he may have
never had the chance to play full-time after his freshman season, it is safe to say that Peterson is one of the
all time greats at the University of Oklahoma. This is sure to translate into success at the next level.
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