Chat with Ricky Sapp

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Sapp is the fifth best DE in the draft.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Friday, we're going to talk NFL draft when defensive end prospect, and former Clemson player, Ricky Sapp stops by to chat.

Sapp was a three-year starter for Clemson, while seeing significant playing time all four years. He recorded 16 career sacks, including four as a freshman playing behind All-American Gaines Adams. Clemson was in the top 25 in total defense each of Sapp's four years in college.

Scouts Inc. ranks Sapp as the fifth best defensive end in the draft. They also like his explosion off the line and his profile says that he "has experience lining up at outside linebacker in a base 3-4 defense (see 2008 Maryland game). Appears comfortable opening hips when asked to drop into zone coverage and surprisingly fluid in space."

Send your questions now and join Sapp Friday at 4 p.m. ET!

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