The first annual Lunch Bucket Squad was introduced this prior to the 2010 NFL Draft. Its mandate is to shed some light on players who won’t be household names from the early going. Players like Kurt Warner, who went undrafted back in 1994 then bounced around NFL Europe and stocked groceries before finally earning his place as one greats.
Trevor Harris was the choice at quarterback for the Lunch Bucket Squad. The NFL Draft Bible caught up with Harris and asked him to go back and talk about the draft and how OTA’s went as training camp nears.
When it comes to the playbook Harris joked that it was “a little bit thicker than Edinboro” while adding, “I’m in my playbook right now…between meals, reading.”
Harris set record after record while at Division II Edinboro, getting looks from every NFL team while working