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Adam Muema still missing 3 days after leaving NFL combine

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It has been three days since Adam Muema left the NFL draft combine for 'religious reasons' but he is still nowhere to be found.

The former San Diego State running back left the combine in Indianapolis on Sunday after God apparently came to him and said that he would become a Seattle Seahawk if he left the event.

"Can't go wrong with God," Muema said. "He told me to sit down, be quiet and enjoy the peace." Muema told UT-San Diego that he communicates with God through numbers.

The U-T  also reported that his whereabouts were still unknown and that those who know him are starting to get worried.

“I have no idea where is,” a person close to Muema said. “(San Diego State coaches) have been trying to track him down, too. Every time they do, his phone is off. ... It's a frustrating deal.”

"It's a big mystery," said Lou Farrar, Muema's former football coach at Charter Oak High. "At this point, we just hope he's safe. As long as he's safe. That's all that really matters.”

The former Aztec running back is the fourth all-time leading rusher in the history of the school and rushed for 1,244 yards and 15 touchdowns in the 2013 season.

That includes his 229-yard, three touchdown bowl-game performance in San Diego State's 49-24 win over Buffalo in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.

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