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First visit by the sounds of it.
I’ll update weekly but won’t include senior bowl or combine interviews.Do we have a composite list like previous years?
Caserio led workouts at Toledo. We met with the WVU receivers. Those two come to mind right away. I can probably find more when I have some time.I’ll update weekly but won’t include senior bowl or combine interviews.
If you include official visits and significant coach led workouts I think it’s just CashMan and the two BC O Linemen.
But if anyone hears of any others, please update this thread and I’ll compile every weekend.
It would be useful if you can find the tweets. It just makes the thread easier to scan when I’m compiling but don’t worry if you can’t.Caserio led workouts at Toledo. We met with the WVU receivers. Those two come to mind right away. I can probably find more when I have some time.
Pro Day Report – UMass | Draft AnalystRunning back Marquis Young, who participated in the Shrine Game, completed 20 reps on the bench, touched 36.5 inches in the vertical jump and 10-feet-4 in the broad. His 40 times ranged from 4.49 seconds to 4.55 seconds.
Throughout the day Young met with the New England Patriots, Houston Texans, San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs.
Report: Patriots meet with UMass running back Marquis YoungFor the Minutemen last season, Young was able to average 5.1 yards per-carry while totaling 778 yards and nine touchdowns. He also added 22 receptions for 173 yards in his senior season. The 6-foot-1, 210 pounder finished his collegiate career totaling 3,631 yards rushing on 5.3 yards per-carry and 29 touchdowns to go along with 97 receptions for 666 yards receiving and two scores.
I was pretty harsh on him with my gif reviews, but boy does his size and speed tantalize. If he's there at 97, I'm excited about the pick. Earlier than that in the draft, I want to take more sure fire contributors, but he's certainly got the talent to develop into a high end player. Maybe McDaniels sees another Demaryius Thomas?