Could the Patriots be eyeing Colorado State center Weston Richburg in the first round?
- The New England Patriots are one of the better drafting NFL teams out there, and they are not afraid of taking a guy that no one has heard of. Well this year they are expressing quite a bit of interest in Weston Richburg the center for Colorado State.
- According to Mike Reiss of ESPN, the team had a private workout with Richburg, and are showing tons of interest.
Colorado State’s Weston Richburg among centers that the Patriots have taken a closer look at with a private workout.
- Colorado State center Weston Richburg popped up on the radar late last week after it was learned the Patriots put him through one of their many private workouts, this one coming in Fort Collins, Colo. Richburg, at 6-foot-3 3/8 and 298 pounds, is the highest-rated center in the draft. He’s projected as a late first rounder to an early second rounder, which makes you wonder if the team is considering using their first round pick on him. Would you be upset if the Patriots drafted a center with their first rounder?