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Frank Gore Jr Opens Up After Going Undrafted- “There’s no way 257 people [were] better than me”

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Frank Gore Jr., the undrafted running back for the Buffalo Bills, is determined to prove himself in the NFL despite not being selected in the draft. His journey from college standout to NFL hopeful is fueled by a fire that burns brighter than any disappointment.

In April’s NFL Draft, 257 prospects—including 20 running backs—heard their names called. Frank Gore Jr. wasn’t among them. But rather than wallow in frustration, he’s using the draft snub as motivation. “There’s no way 257 people [were] better than me in this draft,” Gore asserts.

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Born on March 13, 2002, in Miami, Florida, Gore Jr. attended Miami Killian Senior High School. There, he showcased his skills as both a quarterback and a running back. In his senior year, he compiled an impressive 1,111 rushing yards and scored thirteen touchdowns on 113 carries.

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Frank Gore Jr’s College Stardom at Southern Miss

Frank Gore Jr. committed to Southern Miss, where he made an immediate impact. As a true freshman, he led the team with 708 rushing yards on 121 carries, averaging 5.9 yards per carry. He earned second-team all-conference honors and demonstrated his versatility by scoring a 51-yard rushing touchdown against UTSA.

His second season saw him accumulate 731 rushing yards through the first ten games. In a pivotal matchup

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Frank Gore Jr. pieced together an impressive collegiate career at Southern Mississippi. In four years, he racked up 4,714 scrimmage yards, 30 total touchdowns, and a 5.3 yards-per-carry average. His stats rival those of drafted running backs, including Kentucky’s Ray Davis.

The Bills, where his father Frank Gore spent a season, became Gore Jr.’s destination. “Praying and hoping” for the call, he was relieved when it came. Now, he’s ready to compete, push his teammates, and carve out a role in a crowded running back room.

Undrafted free agents face steep odds, especially undersized ones. But Gore Jr. knows he has a chance. With determination and grit, he aims to prove that talent transcends draft positions. The Bills’ backfield awaits its newest contender.

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Arko Bhattacharyya
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Arko Bhattacharyya is a content writer for swen entertainment and sports. This political science graduate is a huge sports fan . He uses his experience and passion to provide unique insight into all. Arko Bhattacharyya is a content writer combat based and us sports . Besides being a Us sports buff , he is also a massive football and cricket fan . Apart from his professional exploits as a content writer , he likes to travel and explore.
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