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NFL draft prospect decorates house with Seattle Seahawks merchandise

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Adam Muema, the San Diego State running back who left the NFL combine because 'God told him to' has reiterated his belief that he is to be drafted by the Seattle Seahawks.

Muema, who has changed his twitter bio to include the message: 'Seahawks #8' explained his beliefs via instagram last week.

"I was given #8 the first time playing football started to love this number. I was wondering if I could be 8 in the NFL & he said go to the store to decorate your living space. Later, I ditch the combine to go to the saturday service & speaker was GM for Seahawks. I was honored by the Rev for being the 1st out of 8 yrs to go to this service, I cried."

The player has started following and made constant references to 'Lord ReyEl' Raymond Elwood has declared himself as the messiah and communicates with followers through a variety of social media. 

It appears that Muema believes ReyEl's message and Elwood has recently posted a video which supposedly proves that it is Muema's destiny to play in the NFL for the Seahawks.

Today, Muema posted a video on his instagram account showing a room littered in Seattle Seahawks gear which the player has apparently bought.

Muema is projected as a late round pick and could well go undrafted if he also misses out on San Diego State's pro day as is predicted.

According to a report today: "San Diego State said coaches have restored contact with him, but it's clear that Muema isn't looking for help."

Muema's pro day is scheduled for March 19th.

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