NFL Draft hopeful plans to use first check at Taco Bell

College kids love Taco Bell. There is no questioning that whatsoever. The food is cheap, easy to eat, and tastes pretty good to a college student’s standards. So, even when you have a ton of money from an NFL contract, you will likely want to have a couple of tacos when you have the chance.

It looks like one NFL Draft hopeful knows how he will spend his first NFL check. Former Grand Valley State defensive end Matt Judon spoke with reporters and said that he doesn’t know exactly what he will with do with his first check, but he will be thinking it over with some Taco Bell.

I like Taco Bell,” Judon told the Detroit Free Press. “I mean, obviously I’ll have way more money than I’ll know what to do with, but while I’m pondering what I’m going to do with my money I’ll be eating a chalupa or something.”

Obviously there are much healthier options to be had with all that money, but you can never really take the college out of the student.

Judon was a Division II standout with the Lakers and led the NCAA in sacks with 20 during the 2015 season. He isn’t the biggest guy around or the most sought-after name, but he could certainly be a big help to any team that wants to take a chance on him.

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