With the No. 212 general decide, the Dallas Cowboys chosen former Kansas State working again Deuce Vaughn within the sixth spherical of 2023 NFL Draft on Saturday. He’s set to get within the sneakers of Ezekiel Elliott who has been launched by the staff. Deuce is the son of Cowboys’ scout Chris Vaughn.
Curiously, the decision of choice to Deuce, was made by none apart from his personal father. An official video of the decision went viral on social media through which Deuce’s father informs his son concerning the choice. A teary-eyed Chris asks Deuce ” You want to come to work with me next week?”. From the opposite finish, Deuce replies, “I wouldn’t mind that at all” because the Cowboys’ workers within the room burst into laughter. Seconds later, the President of Cowboys confirms and congratulates Deuce about his choice. Within the video, a proud Chris is seen hugging the Cowboys coach and different workers as they congratulate him on his son’s choice.
Watch the video right here:
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Deuce earned All-American honors in all three seasons at KSU. He totalled 3,604 yards and 34 touchdowns on 651 carries and added 1,280 yards and 9 extra scores on his 116 receptions.
With peak of simply 5-5 1/4 and weighing 179 kilos, Deuce is the smallest participant within the historical past of the NFL Scouting Mix. However regardless of his small measurement, he has the abilities to make it massive. Speaking about him, Kansas State coach Chris Klieman stated “I always knew he was fearless and not afraid to run inside.We started to use him as a pure running back as the [first] season went on. I’ve been saying ever since he got here: He’s a very underrated running back between the tackles. Some of his best players have 3-4 yard gains that could have been 5-6 yard losses. You can’t get clean shots at him.”
Deuce rushed for 1,558 yards and 9 touchdowns final season with 378 receiving yards. In 2021, he was a consensus All-American with 1,404 dashing yards and practically 500 receiving yards.