From standout college lacrosse player to a Super Bowl champion football wide receiver, the New England Patriots Chris Hogan didn’t have the easiest path to where he is today.
On Instagram Thursday, Hogan reflected back on his journey to the NFL that included going undrafted 2011 and playing for four different teams in six seasons before finding a permanent home in New England with the Patriots before the start of 2017.
In his posting, Hogan wished good luck to all those entering the 2018 draft, while also providing some motivational wisdom from his personal life experiences and gave some shoutouts to those who have supported him along the way.
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Good luck to all those in the draft this weekend. And to those who don't get drafted…… I never thought I would be where I am today, but I had a dream, a passion and goals that I set for myself. I Never let anyone tell me I couldn't do it and no matter how many times I got cut (4 times) I just kept working to achieve something most people thought was impossible. So good luck to all those undrafted guys! surround yourself with people that believe in you, wouldn't be here td without the support of my amazing wife @ashleykayhogan and my family and friends. #letssssssgoooooooooooo #undrafted @todaysathletes
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