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Watson dazzles NFL scouts at Clemson’s Pro Day

Former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson had a spectacular Pro Day for NFL scouts in the school’s indoor facility Thursday.
If the receiver is open, get it over there.”An AFC personnel executive said, “He had a great day.
“It went good,” Watson said.
“The relationship with me and Cam has always been tight since high school,” said Watson, who went to Gainesville High.
He’s an unbelievable young man, and he’s very, very gifted.”Watson trained with former NFL backup quarterback Jordan Palmer.

Hokies show their talents to NFL scouts at Pro Day

as declared in That group gathered on the Tech campus Wednesday to participate in the football program’s annual “Pro Day” – a day that allows them to show off their abilities in front of NFL scouts.
“Now, you can work on more football specific stuff,” Rogers said at the conclusion of Pro Day.
TECH PRO DAY TOP RESULTSBench Press: 27 Reps – Augie ConteBroad Jump: 9’8″ – Brenden MotleyBroad Jump: 8’6″ – Woody BaronHand: 10 ⅜ – Ken Ekanem40: 4.52 – Isaiah Ford40: 4.51 – Chuck ClarkWingspan: 82 ¼ – Jon McLaughlinFor updates on Virginia Tech football, follow the Hokies on Twitter Follow @VT_Football and on Instagram @vthokiefootball
I just wanted to show that I could do it all.”One player who really looked forward to Wednesday’s Pro Day was Isaiah Ford, who admitted that he performed average at the Combine.
The Tech player receiving the most attention Wednesday was tight end Bucky Hodges, who fared well at the NFL Scouting Combine held in Indianapolis, Indiana a few weeks ago.

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