TCU Football Holds Pro Day
March 7, 2013
FORT WORTH, Texas-- The TCU football team held its annual Pro Day Thursday with 29 NFL teams represented.
The day began with measurements and bench press reps in the Physical Performance Center before timings and various drills in the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility.
Horned Frogs working out included linebacker Kenny Cain, defensive lineman Jeremy Coleman, wide receiver Skye Dawson, tailback Aundre Dean, offensive guard/center Blaize Foltz, tight end Corey Fuller, defensive end Stansly Maponga, deep snapper Daniel Shelley and tailback Matthew Tucker. Wide receiver Josh Boyce, coming off an impressive NFL Combine, was present and did not work out.
Former Horned Frogs currently active in the NFL who were in attendance included Andy Dalton (Cincinnati Bengals), Jerry Hughes (Indianapolis Colts), Colin Jones (Carolina Panthers), Greg McCoy (Minnesota Vikings), Marshall Newhouse (Green Bay Packers) and Daryl Washington(Arizona Cardinals).
For the second consecutive year, Dalton threw to TCU's NFL hopefuls at running back, wide receiver and tight end.
During his 12-season tenure as TCU's head coach, Gary Pattersonhas had 31 players drafted with 65 in NFL camps.
In 2011, ESPN.com ranked TCU as the nation's No. 1 school for developing NFL talent.