agreed that it is risky. everyone only remembers the bad workout warriors, but there are a few that have really shown, such as Jason Pierre-Paul. He wasn't amazing in college, but had a great combine, and will be a top 5 DE in the league for years to come. Not saying Poe is like JPP, but you can't teach that raw athleticism.
And great athletes don't always equal great football players.
I like Poes potential. But bases off his play...many had him as the 5th best DT prior to the combine. They even knew then he had those great measureables......
Poe just seems to of rocketed up boards and his football play just doesn't seem to support it