BOWIE, Md. -- Chill. Cool. Laid back.
Those terms don't exactly describe most pocket-destroying, fear-inducing defensive tackles. Eddie Goldman, who is No. 2 in the ESPNU 150, is fine with that.
As a matter of fact, nothing much seems to bother Goldman even though that calm and collected attitude can bother recruiters who are trying to get a read on the nation's top defensive tackle prospect.
"They tell me that all the time that they don't know my emotions," the 6-foot-4, 310-pounder ...
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