Can Stuckey Earn Confidence From Chargers Like He Has From Kansas Jayhawks?

In an article by Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune, Acee gives readers an inside look at just how much of an impact rookie safety Darrell Stuckey made at University of Kansas and the impression that he left on people at the school such as the associate athletic director and his positional coach. Stuckey had a lot of support and confidence backing him as a Jayhawk, and is hoping that his ability to impress will carry over into the NFL with the San Diego Chargers. Give the article a read and tell me you don’t feel at least a little safe with having this rookie as our starting strong safety.

Mike Harrity, after getting to know him and watching him play at Kansas the past four years, believes Darrell Stuckey will have a long and productive NFL career.But should a day come …

“He can do whatever he wants,” said Harrity, an associate athletic director at KU. “If in 15 or 20 years he comes to me and says, ‘Mike, I want to run for governor of Kansas,’ I’ll do whatever I can to help him win. He could be governor. I believe that strongly in him.”

It’s not only Harrity.

The passion with which people who know him speak about the Chargers rookie approaches the mythic.

“He is a good man, one of a kind, one of those guys who is almost too good to be true,” said Clint Bowen, who was Stuckey’s position coach and defensive coordinator with the Jayhawks. “I’ll never coach another like him.”

Here is a clip of the article. For the rest, head over to the San Diego Union-Tribune website by clicking here.


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