Bengals rookie wide receiver Mohamed Sanu was one of the best wideouts in Rutgers history. (He was also told he was drafted by Cincinnati before he was actually drafted by Cincinnati.) But while he possesses great physical tools, standing 6'2" and weighing a little more than 200 pounds, Sanu's greatest asset may be his aggressiveness, as he told SB Nation's Amy K. Nelson.
"I attack the ball well," Sanu says. "I love attacking defenses."
He's also got a bit of extra motivation as he heads into his rookie season in the NFL. Sanu explains his connection to Eric LeGrand, the Rutgers defensive tackle who was paralyzed on a kickoff return in 2010, by fingering a bracelet he says he's never taken off, and explaining that if he's ever down, he can always get "a little pep" from LeGrand.
Sanu also explains that he takes care of his hands and feet with occasional manicures and pedicures. Will there be a joint mani-pedi in his and Amy's future? I hope so!