Representatives from 31 NFL teams — including Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano and linebackers coach Jeff FitzGerald, as well as San Diego Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano (Chuck’s brother) — were present for Boise State’s pro day on March 17. The pro day workout was held indoors and run on FieldTurf. Demarcus Lawrence, DE (6-foot-2 3/4, 250 pounds) — Lawrence ran the 40-yard dash in 4.69 and 4.70 seconds. He then stood on the rest of his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine. Lawrence, who has 34 1/8-inch arms, had a very good pro day workout. He worked out as both a hand-in-the-ground defense end and as an outside linebacker in space, and displayed an ability to play at either […]
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Representatives from 13 NFL teams gathered at Boise State’s pro day on Thursday, where 11 players went through a workout indoors on FieldTurf.
Boise State has not been a traditional factory for NFL players, but scouts have taken notice of the school since it became a mainstay at the top of the college football polls.
When you think about it, Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore isn’t all that different from Tim Tebow when the Broncos’ QB was going through the draft evaluation process in 2010.
Boise State WR Titus Young poses for a portrait in the NFL Network Studio on March 30th.
Boise State WR Titus Young was at the NFL Network studios on Wednesday to film a segment for “Path to the Draft.” We took some time to get to know him.
The superlatives just keep on rolling in for WR Titus Young. Add NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock to the group of onlookers impressed by Young’s ability.
The best-case scenario for a player at the Senior Bowl is to perform well, get noticed and generate a buzz among scouts, coaches and media. That scenario is unfolding for Boise State’s Titus Young.
Last year at the Senior Bowl, it was Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson who made a huge impression. This year, it’s Boise State wide receiver Titus Young.
In the past 24 hours, I have heard more and more about Boise State’s Kyle Wilson being the first cornerback taken, as high as seventh overall by the Browns.
A strong performance during Senior Bowl week and a solid NFL Scouting Combine effort helped Boise State CB Kyle Wilson enhance his draft status. He built on the momentum from those workouts with another exceptional outing at the Broncos’ pro day on Friday.
One of the most impressive players at this week’s Senior Bowl was Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson. And it wasn’t for his on-field performance, which was outstanding, but instead for his promotional bus.
A pair of players at Boise State’s pro day present scouts an interesting conundrum. Twelve team representatives were in attendance to watch a total of 11 prospects work out indoors on FieldTurf.