Twelve years ago, Michael Roos had never heard of the National Football League. Six years ago, he’d never played organized football. If all goes well next weekend, Roos will become the highest draft pick in Eastern Washington University history and, should he make a roster, the first Estonian in the NFL. Explaining how this happened, in football terms, is relatively easy. The 6-foot-6, 320-pound Roos is blessed with good genetics and a determined attitude, and he seems to improve on a daily basis. "He’s the best (offensive) lineman that’s ever been here," said EWU coach Paul Wulff, who first noticed Roos while watching one of Roos’ high school teammates on videotape. "I saw this big kid running a route – he was a tight end then. Then I watched him play basketball and as soon as I saw his frame I thought we had something here. He did everything I thought he could."