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Hakim: Driving Peter King

Peter King needs a chauffeur. Sadly, I'm unavailable. In my stead, I've got a list of ready-to-go questions for one intrepid college student. C'mon, I'll make ya famous, kid!

Peter King scores with his incisive analysis of Jenkins

From Alex Martin of New Orleans: "You write: 'I've never seen so many teams so in love with a corner who runs 4.53 as is the case with Malcolm Jenkins.' Interesting way to look at it. Especially when you consider Nnamdi Asomugha ran a 4.5 40 coming out of college, too. How did he work out?'' King: Very well. He's the highest-paid cornerback ever. But I'd bet you a grande latte that there was more interest higher in the draft for Jenkins, who was drafted 14th overall, than there was in 2003 for Asomugha, who was drafted 31st.

Coming up: Matthew Stafford and Drew Brees

No, I'm not saying we're drafting Stafford. Peter King (yeah, I read his column, deal with it) has a piece coming up Tuesday on the relationship--whatever that may mean--between Stafford and Brees. 7. I think if Matthew Stafford succeeds, he's going to owe a very large debt of thanks to his new good buddy Drew Brees. I'll be writing about that tomorrow. But trust me. Brees has been a solid inspiration to Stafford.

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