Giving a guy Millions of dollars in a rookie contract for a guy that cannot even get into a casino or even go for a drink in some places seems like a big risk for any team drafting him,Okoye is indeed a huge man and plays monster-like and has lots of upside but I still wonder if age is a risk here and maturity into the NFL world. Just because hes young does not mean he is going to do stupid things like Chris Henry or Pacman but I really don't know if I would take a first round pick on a guy that is just 19 years old,superstar status in college or not. In Nigeria where Amobe was born and raised you had to mature fast as there was little time to be a kid in that country and maybe that has helped into transforming into becoming a top player at his position at such a young age. But the fact stil remains,He is just 19 gettting millions upon millions of dollars and is expected to do exactly what he did for the Louisville Cardinals,but even more is expected now-hes getting paid for playing football now. Will he develop into a superstar that goes to the pros so young as in,say a Kobe Bryants case for example? or will he become too fat a cat and immature for what he about to dive into. Time will tell I guess,Thats why the draft is a crap shoot-still a risk just like those other guys getting drafted who are all 21-22 ect: If we traded up and he was on the board would you take him?-regardless of position need at that point?