INDIANAPOLIS - Former LSU fullback J.C. Copeland said keeping his weight down has been his biggest challenge leading into this week's NFL Draft Combine.
Copeland, who's working out in New Jersey alongside QB Zach Mettenberger, got all the way up to 292 pounds but is now down to 270 pounds. The Georgia native indicated he'd like to get down to 260 pounds.
In the HD video interview below, Copeland also looked back on his MVP Performance at the NFL PA game in California.
HD VIDEO: LSU FB J.C. Copeland
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