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NFL Draft Audio: Snelling's Packers Workout
So it shouldn't have been a huge surprise that Green Bay sent a team of representatives to the University of Virginia to get a closer look at Snelling. And he found that his experience under Virginia's head coach Al Groh, a former NFL coach, made the interview process much easier.
"We ran an NFL-style offense," he explained. "The difference was in the terminology of what they called it and what we called it. It looked pretty easy, so I'd feel real comfortable going into their system as well as other teams'."
Scout.com subscribers can listen as Jason describes his experience with the Packers in this exclusive 4-minute audio clip:
You can learn more about Jason at his player profile page. And Scout.com subscribers can enjoy this NFL Draft Q&A feature with him that was published at Scout.com in February prior to the Combine.
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