10 Weber State Wildcats Show Their Skills at Pro Day

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah (Weberstatesports.com)-Wednesday, 10 former Weber State football players showcased their skills in front of a record number of professional scouts at the Marquardt Field House in Ogden.A record 30 pro scouts from 26 NFL teams, including the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders, were on hand, as well as scouts from the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League.The Wildcats participating in the combine were QB Stefan Cantwell, P Jacob Demaio, CB Xequille Harry, DT Rayshawn Henderson, CB Taron Johnson, DE Adam Lewis, DL Cardon Malan, DT McKay Murphy, TE Tui Satuala and TE Andrew Vollert.Johnson and Vollert are considered the top prospects for the Wildcats, while Johnson is considered to be the Wildcat most likely to be drafted, per Hero Sports FCS Senior staff writer Brian McLaughlin.McLaughlin stated he believes Johnson to be anywhere from a 4th-7th round draft pick in April’s NFL Draft.Vollert really bolstered his credentials by running a 4.54 40-yard dash, catching McLaughlin’s eye. Written by March 28, 2018 /Sports News – Local 10 Weber State Wildcats Show Their Skills at Pro Day Brad Jamescenter_img Tags: Andrew Vollert/CFL/East-West Shrine Game/NFL/Senior Bowl/Taron Johnson/Weber State Football Johnson, a native of Sacramento, Calif., was a 2017 consensus FCS 1st team All-American and participated in the Reese’s Senior Bowl in January, considered the premier senior collegiate all-star game.Johnson did much of his work prior to Pro Day as he was invited to the NFL Scouting combine in Indianapolis this past February.Vollert, a native of San Mateo, Calif., was a second-team FCS All-American in 2017 and participated in the East-West Shrine game, an alternate senior collegiate all-star game to the Senior Bowl.last_img read more