Notre Dame's Floyd visits Toledo

Former Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd with some young fans.

The 2012 NFL Draft is just a few weeks away, and on Saturday one of the top prospects was in the Glass City.

Michael Floyd, Notre Dame's all-time leading receiver, was signing autographs and taking pictures with fans of all ages at D&D Sports in the Westfield Mall.

"This is my first time signing autographs. It's a good experience, I like it," said Floyd, who has been projected as a possible top-10 pick in the draft.

Floyd had some trouble with the law while in college, most recently a DUI arrest in March of 2011, but he's assured pro coaches that it's all behind him.

"It was just an immature mistake, being a young guy in college...It won't happen again," Floyd said.

Notre Dame went 8-5 in Floyd's final season. Despite his depature, he sees a lot of promise in next year's squad.

"They'll have a great season. There's just guys that got to step up. [A] couple of my friends...John Goodman, Robby Toma...will do a lot of things and be productive and...hopefully get W's.

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