Former Alabama All-American De’Quan Menzie said training to become a Highway Patrolman was tougher than training for the NFL.
Menzie was one of the 57 graduating members of the Mississippi Highway Patrol’s Trooper School Class 62, which held its commencement last week.
The class, which started with 120 cadets, endured 19 weeks of training to reach graduation.
“It was one of the worst things I’ve ever been through in my life,” Menzie told newsms.fm. “Coming from an NFL background, you would think football is harder, but it’s not.” (CLICK HERE TO READ MORE…)
By Mark Inabinett, www.al.com