This post is part of a continuing series in which we break down 13 2011 NFL Draft prospects - our Baker's Dozen - that should interest the Buffalo Bills. Keep up to date on our Baker's Dozen series here.
We knew when we started this Baker's Dozen series of ours that when we did character scouting reports, some players would yield boring articles. We also knew that for those players, one boring article here would mean a great deal of good for them personally and, soon, professionally. Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara is one of those players.
Amukamara is squeaky clean off the field. A good student, he graduated with a Sociology degree from Nebraska. As you can see from the photo used in this article, Amukamara is very involved in community endeavors off the field, and has been for quite some time. From people I've spoken with, Amukamara is great in the team setting - a hard worker that guys look to as an example, and who possesses the intangibles to continue the trend he's set.
Prince Amukamara is about as high-character as they come. He may not end up in Buffalo, but I, for one, am thoroughly convinced he's going to be a great pro.