On Tuesday, the projected first-rounder worked out for the Pats for six hours in South Carolina. Sapp discussed the workout in his latest draft-diary entry for the Orangeburg (S.C.) Times and Democrat, his hometown newspaper.
"The New England Patriots are a very private organizaton, our workout was private and extremely long. I started around 9 that morning and did not finish until 3 that afternoon.
“But the good thing about all that was … I think they liked me even more after our private workout. I got great feedback from the coach that was there, which really motivated me!“
Sapp, who’s 6-foot-4 and 252 pounds, would be a good fit for the Pats because he’d be able to play outside linebacker in Bill Belichick’s 3-4 scheme, according to Albert Breer of the Boston Globe.
Sapp was a second-team all-ACC selection this past season after registering career highs in tackles (60), tackles for a loss (15) and sacks (5).
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