Posts Tagged ‘2013 pro days’

Gerrard Sheppard runs impressive 40-yard dash at Towson State

A total of 10 players from Towson State worked out at the school’s pro day on March 12, which also featured two players from other schools. The workouts were held outdoors on FieldTurf in front of representatives from six NFL teams.

Fifteen NFL hopefuls attend Appalachian State Pro Day

A total of eight players from Appalachian State worked out at the university’s pro day on March 18, which was held indoors on FieldTurf. Seven players from small schools also took part in the drills as representatives from 20 NFL teams watched.

Four players highlighted at North Carolina State’s pro day

North Carolina State did its pro day on March 20 indoors on a fast surface.

Snowy conditions push New Hampshire’s pro day indoors

New Hampshire held its in pro day on March 19 in front of representatives of five NFL teams, namely the Chiefs, Saints, Raiders, Patriots and Eagles. Four New Hampshire players worked out. Drills were held in a smaller, indoor track area on a hard, slippery running surface due to the fact the area had recently received more than 2 feet of snow.

Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s Terron Armstead remains impressive

Terron Armstead‘s impressive run-up to the 2013 NFL Draft continued at Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s pro day.

Robert Marve shows a great arm at Purdue’s pro day

Robert Marve‘s college football odyssey could still net an opportunity in the NFL. During the March 1 workout in West Lafayette, Ind., Marve displayed a great arm during position drills, a demonstration that could earn the quarterback a longer look from NFL teams as a potential rookie free-agent pickup.

James Nelson, of UTEP, shows impressive arm length

No players from Texas-El Paso were invited to the NFL Scouting Combine, so potential pro prospects from the school got their opportunity to impress scouts at the school’s pro day. Nine Miners players participated in the workout that was attended by six teams. The notable performance from the UTEP pro day was by offensive tackle James Nelson.

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