MIAMI (AP) – Fifteen years ago, Brandon Marshall barely made it to the NFL Indianapolis combine.
Receiver from Central Florida, Marshall wanted to upgrade his funds to scouts before winter conscription. The difficulty was finding an opportunity to do so.
“Not everyone gets to Indy,” said Marshall, a retired six-time Pro Bowler. “I was the last person invited in 2006. I had to politicize until last week. They finally let me in, but not everyone can get that opportunity. ”
This year no one got that opportunity. The combine was canceled due to the COVID-19 epidemic. As a replacement, there were mini-combines that went unpunished by the NFL, including this week’s three-day event that ended Friday in South Florida.
It was hosted by Marshall Boutique Fitness Network Athlete of House. He did not want to repeat it a year ago, when the prospects of the project were canceled at the beginning of the epidemic.
“The hardest thing I had to do was go into our house last year and tell the 12 boys I was preparing for conscription that they had to go home at the beginning of the epidemic,” Marshall said. “We started hearing rumors in early January: ‘It looks like there will be no Indy combine.’ That’s when we started our program. “
Although NFL teams were not allowed to attend this week’s mini-mill, measurements were taken for them, and the drills were broadcast live.
More than a dozen players took part after weeks of training by Athlete athletes in South Florida. Marshall invited others, hoping to get more involved, but epidemic risks could have some prospects.
In their hands was former Illinois և Pittsburgh defender Jeff George Jr., whose father was the first general voter in the 1990 conscription. The planned eve of the smaller George Cave was canceled in 2020 three days ago due to an epidemic 2 It has been 2 1/2 years since he threw his last collegial transfer.
“It feels good to be back to normal to some extent, to have a combined situation,” said George Cave. “I go through the whole process again, training, trying to keep my hand bigger, faster, stronger, so I hope I can impress someone who needs someone.”
Former Texas A & M defender Kellen Mond is less than a long shot away in the report. He believes he has helped his stake as SVC MVP, as he has been training with Athlete Athlete for the past two months.
“It was huge,” Mond said. “Everyone is just phenomenal in what they do. You even have your own cook who eats three meals a day. It will only make my game better. ”
Mond demonstrated his throwing skills during a Friday event at Fort Lauderdale, Miami MLS.
«Kellen Mond. “He can do the whole show himself,” Marshall said. “This is a guy who probably intends to sleep in the project.”
Other exercises included 40-yard lines, shuttleboards, and wide and long jumps. The players’ weight, height, wingspan, and hand size were measured earlier, and they made 225 pounds of compression.
Among the possible events. North Carolina midfielder Eric Stokes scores 4.24 in 40 North Carolina midfielder Chaz Surat has made 27 rebounds in the reserve press; Iowa Host Brandon Smith jumped 136 inches wide. ms Clemson receiver Amari Rodgers showed great hands during the practice.
That replaced what was not happening in Indy.
“I could not have imagined that I did not,” said Marshall. “I was lucky enough to get in there. The combine is a big problem. The boys will simply have to do everything possible with these opportunities. They should benefit. That’s what everyone in every industry does. “
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