From Prep to Pro!, EST 2001
Bookmark and Share









 Draft Scout College Football Player News


  Former Alabama star receiver Jerry Jeudy is apologizing to anyone he offended with his fashion statement at the NFL combine. Jeudy sported a gold Star of David pendant around his neck during his media session Tuesday at the annual gathering of top NFL prospects. Asked about its significance he explained it was in reference to the first syllable of his surname. "My last name's Jeudy. People sometimes call me 'Jew,' ... So, I just got a Jewish star," he explained. "I'm not Jewish, though." The Star of David, known in Hebrew as the Shield of David, is shaped like a hexagram and is a widely recognized symbol of modern Jewish identity and Judaism. Jeudy, the headliner of a deep wide receiver class, later tweeted an apology. "Don't mean no disrespect to the Jewish people! I'm sorry to the people who take my chain offensive!!" Jeudy wrote. - AP College Football

(DS#2 WR) Jr/2020 WR *Jerry JeudyAlabama
News Source: AP College Football


,








 BACK TO TOP


 Buy Draft Scout Weekly


** Draft Scout Data **

(Everything Online PLUS)

 XTB 2021 Draft Guide


** XTB 2021 Draft Guide **

(363 Pages, Scouting Profiles, Player Rankings & More, On Sale Now!)

 Support Draft Scout

The Database Engine for NFLDraftScout.com, Draft Scout is being repurposed...Support the Future Development of ScoutNation.com...

 




 Draft Scout Archives


** 2010-2019 Draft Scout Archives **

(Yearly Player Data Exports, Prospect Lists & More)

 Draft Scout Future

100% Dedicated and Never Done
80% Innovated
45% Hidden
35% Built

Synergization







Twitter: Draft Scout | JBScouting | Rob Rang | Draft Scout @ Rokfin FB | Rob Rang @ Rokfin FB
  Facebook | Draft Scout Evolve | Player News | Buy Draft Scout Weekly | Contact

Coming Soon...Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy

Draft Scout is an Independent Contractor, Currently Outsourcing Non-Exclusive Scalable Content
Brian Hitterman, NFL Draft Scout/Draft Scout Database Creator, Contact: brianhitterman@msn.com