Cobb, an emerging star with the Green Bay Packers, is enjoying one of the greatest all-purpose yard seasons in NFL history. He has racked up 2,091 all-purpose yards on the season and is chasing Darren Sproles who finished his 2011 season with 2,696 total yards ranking No. 1 all-time for a single season. Cobb is currently averaging 161 yards per game, putting him on pace for 2,574 all-purpose yards which would rank him fourth on the NFL single-season all-purpose yards leader board.
Jones sits down and talks with Cobb about his time at Kentucky, his journey to the NFL, and how he's been able become one of Green Bay's top offensive weapons this season.
Here's a short excerpt from the introduction to the video:
The native of Tennessee was named the state's Mr. Football as a quarterback, the position he intended to play at Kentucky. But after his freshman season, the Wildcats moved him to wide receiver, and the rest, as Cobb says, "is history."
Watch the feature video of Randall Cobb here.