Going from college to the pros in many ways is like graduating to the next level of schooling. You have all new teachers, new classmates, going to a different place. All of a sudden you’re the new kid all over again, starting from scratch, just trying to find your place.
That is the reality for every rookie as they make the transition into the NFL, whether it’s via the draft or through college free agency, or any other means by which they might find their way into the league. Fourth-round running back Benny Snell is no exception.