During an appearance on NFL Network's NFL Total Access on Wednesday, Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield shrugged off concerns regarding his character. According to NFL.com's Nick Shook, Mayfield defended his personality and said he only needs one team to believe in him: "I'm gonna be who I am. I don't think I'm over-the-top cocky, I'm just proud of where I came from. I'm proud of the fact that I had to earn it, so if that comes across as cocky to some people, it is what it is. "All I need is one team out of 32 to take a chance. I'm not trying to please everybody. I'm just trying to play for one team and do it the right way." Mayfield is widely considered one of the top four quarterbacks in the 2018 draft along with USC's Sam Darnold, UCLA's Josh Rosen and Wyoming's Josh Allen. Mayfield, who won the Heisman Trophy last season, was no stranger to controversy during his collegiate career. Most notably, he got into some off-field trouble in February 2017 when he was arrestedin Arkansas for public intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and fleeing.
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