With well over 20 NFL scouts on hand for Pro Days at Grambling and Louisiana Tech, many players looking for a shot, may have found a way to impress them.
It started on Tuesday morning at Ruston High School where the Tigers held there camp.
Defensive back Guy Stallworth says, "...Felt good to get out here one more time to show the scouts what we can really do, and the athletes [Grambling] is capable of producing."
Defensive lineman Donovan McCray says, "They mostly had to catch everybody doing their Pro Day combine stuff. But, they kind of looked at me and talked good. [They] talked good about everyone as a matter of fact."
"This is graduation for the game of football for our kids, " says head coach Broderick Fobbs. "They've had dreams of doing this all of their lives, growing up. They're getting an opportunity to further their football career and some will and some won't. But, at the end of the day, the opportunity is presented for them and that's all you can ask for in your program."
Later in the afternoon at Louisiana Tech, Tigers receiver Chad Williams worked out along side fellow wide outs in Carlos Henderson and Trent Taylor.
"Oh man, I was just taking it one drill at a time. Just taking it one drill at a time, showing them who Chad Williams is, " says Williams. "Just wanted to come out and compete with the guys beside me. We're all chasing the same thing. I just want to come out and compete and have a great day. And, I feel like I had an exceptional day."
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