Patriots’ Malcolm Butler will have movie made about his life

Malcolm Butler will be coming to a silver screen near you.

The New England Patriots cornerback will have a biopic made about his life called “The Secondary,” which will depict his rise from humble beginnings to a two-time Super Bowl champion.

Daniel Levin, the mastermind behind the Oscar-nominated movie “Lion,” secured the rights to make the biopic on Butler’s life, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The biopic will also follow Derek Simpson, Butler’s agent, who secured Butler’s tryout with the Patriots.

Louisville’s Josh Harvey-Clemons, at 6-4, 230 pounds, is far more than just an oversized safety who will be expected to play in the box. He grew substantially as an anticipatory player, and his fluidity, movement skills and ability in space has many in the NFL excited about his upside. Like Willis, he’ll be a major riser in the draft process, and I haven’t spoken to anyone who feels he could fall out of Day 2. I think he’ll go higher than that.

Alabama State’s Jylan Ware is the best offensive tackle you haven’t heard about yet. He was a shocking snub from the Shrine Game. A 6-8 left tackle with elite traits and mauling capability, Ware is the offensive tackle you hope your team drafts on Day 3 in what is a very weak class for the position.

Some sleeper prospects who could sneak into the back end of the first Cheap Jerseys Borntrade round: Louisiana Tech’s Carlos Henderson, Bowser, Willis, Temple’s Haason Reddick and Harvey-Clemons.