We’ve already documented the big plays Washington Redksins safety Deshazor Everett wants to make in 2018.
But others have big plans for Everett as well.
Take Redskins long-snapper Nick Sundberg for example. The veteran recently made a point to stress just how impressive Everett was even as a young player a few years ago, per Chad Ryan of Redskins Capital Connection:
It isn’t much of a surprise to see Everett has always expressed this sort of passion for the game, not after his strong play on special teams and an interception of Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz in 2016 led to a victory.
Everett received a new contract from the Redskins this offseason and has made it clear he wants to make even bigger plays in 2018, per Redskins Wire’s D.J. Bland:“Definitely make more plays. I want t to get my hand on the ball and not just touching it. Not just ‘Ah… no PBU’s.’ I want to get some interceptions you know?..”
While this is the time of year everyone receives some sort of positive offseason hype, it’s hard not to admit Everett is building quite the snowball effect.
If he can turn this multi-year dedication into a strong training camp, we’ll be hearing a lot more about Everett in 2018.