have gone without regard to the widely publicized hoax. Nobody that I've seen has detailed a reason why this would diminish his value. I've seen people say that it will, but I have seen no actual logic as to why it would. I know very little about the present talent or lack thereof on NFL teams at any given position, but Teo's pick point will be determined by two things: 1) Team need; 2) Teo's ability (as evaluated based on viewing tape, combine performance, etc.) to meet that need as compared to another player at the same position. If Teo were a dope-head or had a tendency to rob liquor stores or beat up real girlfriends, it might be a consideration, but his character is, from all I can tell, up near the top of all candidates at all positions. I just don't see how what happened to Teo could possibly get an NFL team in trouble, even if it were repeated. NFL is all about winning; if they think Teo will help them win based on his on-field capability, they will pick him. His off-field life can do nothing but bring credit on the team that picks him.