Virginia Tech cornerback Jayron Hosley, a potential second or thirdround pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, reportedly tested positive for marijuana at the league's draft combine in February.Hosley was one of six players who reportedly failed the test, including Ohio State's Mike Adams.The failed tests were first reported by Fox Sports' Jay Glazer."Hosley had an NCAA-high nine interceptions in 2010 but suffered a hamstring injury and concussion that marred his junior season. Hosley, who decided to turn pro anyway, was projected as a second- or third-round pick before the positive test.Multiple sources told FOXSports.com that Hosley wrote a letter to NFL teams apologizing for the failed test.A representative from Impact Sports Management, which represents Hosley, had no comment."Earlier this month our own Rich Tandler profiled Hosley as a player the Redskins could target in the third round.Adams had been viewed as a potential first-round pick, but now appears slated to become a day two selection.
Report: VT's Hosley tested positive at combine
April 25, 2012, 9:23 pm