The NFL Draft is less than a week away, and after a month of pre-draft visits, Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral is ready for whatever comes on draft night.
Helping prepare Corral for one of the greatest moments of his life is his military family, which includes eight members who served in the United States Marine Corps.
Through a partnership with USAA, Corral was able to honor service members and family members with a message of thanks to the military community.
In the video, Corral credits his family for inspiring him to have more discipline, a trait every NFL quarterback needs if they want to be successful.
“I come from a very disciplined family,” Corral said. “We do everything the right way. It’s not about how slow or fast you do it, it’s just about making sure you do it right and the right way. I feel like that’s my approach to football.”
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Corral showed discipline for the Rebels last season, throwing just five interceptions compared to 14 in 2020. With that kind of improved decision-making, Corral may not have to wait long to hear his name called on the night. of the draft.
The Ventura, Calif. native has visited five NFL teams in the past month as part of the Top 30 pre-draft visits: Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, La Caroline, Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers. All five franchises have first-round selections among the top 20 draft picks.
Corral will attend the draft live with 20 other prospects so he will get all the red carpet experience if his name is called in the first round.
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