PRO DAY: 2018 Fordham Rams [On Location Exclusive]

Fordham pro day is always circled on the calendar due to the array of small school players from the area invited to participate and this year was no different with 17 confirmed NFL teams in attendance. Due to the bad weather, the workout was moved to Columbia University in the new Bubble at the Baker indoor facility. The workout occurred following a two-hour women’s lacrosse practice, so the turf had its share of soft spots, which didn’t benefit the players.

Teams in attendance included: ARZ, ATL, BUF, CLE, DEN, DET, GB, HOU, JAX, NYG (4 reps), NYJ (3 reps), OAK, IND, SEA (2 reps) SF, TEN, WAS

[NOTE]: All handheld times were recorded by Ric Serritella.

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Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham

Number: #22 | Hometown: Harrisburg, PA | HT: 5087 | WT: 200 | L-Drill: 7.00 | SS: 4.19 | Agent: Casey Muir, Octagon

Stood on his combine times; ran the three-cone and short shuttle. Showed off his versatility in positional drills, lining up in the backfield, in the slot, on the boundary and catching everything in his direction. He has drawn a ton of interest from around the league and met with at least 28 NFL teams at the combine. He could play a similar role to that of Danny Woodhead at the next level, capable of playing a variety of positions and special teams. Appears to be a solid mid-round selection.

Anthony Coyle, OT, Fordham

Number: #78 | Hometown: Staten Island, NY | HT: 6043 | WT: 298 | Hand: 1014 |Arm: 3228 | Wing: 7758| BP: 29 | VJ: 27” | BJ: 8’3 | Forty:5.44/5.41 | L-Drill: 7.75 | SS: 4.72 | Agent: Jordan Byrd, Exclusive Sports Group

Measured in with short arms, which means he will most likely kick inside at the next level. He took reps serving as center, both in shotgun and with the quarterback lined up underneath. He appeared to have good lower body strength and did above average in the mirror drills. A four-year starter, who is known for his work ethic and had quite a few teams approach him after the workout—he’ll be competing for a spot on one of the 32 come August.

Pat Afriyie, DE, Colgate

Number: #37 | Hometown: Sandy Hook, CT | HT: 6010 | WT: 230 | Hand: 0900 | Arm: 3314 | Wing: 7514 | BP: 19 | VJ: 33” | BJ: 10’2 | Forty: 4.81/4.81 | L-Drill: 7.40 | SS: 4.53 | Agent: Matt Marino, EMG Sports

Did both defensive line and linebacker drills, showcasing fluidity while moving through the bags and demonstrating the ability for quick change of direction. Possesses a nice wide frame, to go along with athleticism and instincts. After playing defensive end in college, his size transitions to outside backer at the next level, so he will need a defined role. He showed great toughness this past year playing in eight games, despite suffering torn ligaments in his right ankle during the season opener and enduring a sprained right ankle in the fifth game of the season. He played in 44 career games, making 29 starts, collecting 163 tackles and 26.5 sacks—had five forced fumbles during his sophomore campaign.

Lord Hyemang, DL, Columbia

Number: #95 | Lakeville, MN | HT: 6032 | WT: 286 |Hand: 0878 | Arm: 3378 | Wing: 7800 | BP: 28 | VJ: 33” | BJ: 9’5 | Forty: 4.84/4.78 | L-Drill: 7.37 | Sixty: 11.91| Agent: Sean Stellato, SES

A body-beautiful specimen who flashes on tape but has some stiffness to him and limited flexibility. His change of direction was a bit shaky during bag drills but he is rocked up and will show spurts of athleticism that want to make you believe that with some coaching up, his best football is ahead of him. At the very least, NFL teams will want to bring him in on a tryout basis to get a good look at him.

Kevin Anderson, QB, Fordham

Number: #14 | Hometown: Boca Raton, FL | HT: 6007 | WT: 208 | Hand: 968 | Arm: 3048 | Wing:7500 | VJ: 26” | BJ: 8’4 | Forty: 5.13/5.19 | L-Drill: 7.25 | SS: 4.53 | Agent: Lawrence McGivney, MK Sports & Entertainment

Connected on most of his short-to-intermediate throws, a couple of balls were behind but the accuracy was there. The deep ball is where he struggled, with at least five balls off the mark, whether it was a combination of bad field turf, unfamiliarity with the receivers or inaccuracy, is to be determined. He moved well throwing the ball on the run and had a crisp three-step drop—his five step drop could use longer strides on the fourth and fifth steps, he did a limited amount of seven step drops. Had to appreciate his hard head-fakes in non-game action and enthusiasm for the game. A three-year starter, he played 30 games during the past three seasons, completing 63.6 percent of his passes, while tallying 7,663 passing yards, 73 touchdowns and 18 interceptions.

Cameron Roane, DB, Columbia

Number: #1 | Durham, NC | HT: 5102 | WT: 196 | Hand: 868 | Arm:3200 | Wing: 7548 | BP: 19| VJ: 39” | BJ: 10’10 | Forty: 4.47/DNP (hamstring) | Agent: John Apple, US Sports Management

Foye Oluokun, LB, Yale

Number: #23 | St. Louis, MO | HT: 6017 | WT: 229 | Hand: 0868 | Arm: 3248 | Wing: 7900 | BP: 18 | VJ: 37” | BJ: 10’3|Forty: 4.56/4.60 | Sixty: 11.31

Dominic Perkovic, DL, Columbia

Number: #89 | Hometown: Bloomfield Hills, MI | HT: 6050 | WT: 266 |Hand: 0968 | Arm: 3300 | Wing: 7878 | BP:23 | VJ: 29.5” | BJ: 9’3 | Forty: 5.15/5.16 | Agent: Joshua Stevens, DEC Management

Ben Gaurino, WR, Kean

Number: #87 | Hometown: Caldwell, NJ | HT: 6001 | WT: 195 | Hand: 0900 | Arm: 3138 | Wing: 7500 | VJ: 35” | BJ: 10’7 | Forty: 4.59/4.51 | Sixty: 11.75 | Agent: John Perez, Perez Sports Associates

Nick Gesualdi, DB, Cornell

Number: #41 | Sykesville, MD | HT: 5114 | WT: 196 | Hand: 0900 | Arm: 3028 | Wing: 7278| BP: 7 | VJ: 30” | BJ: 9’6 | Forty: 4.81/4.81 | L-Drill: 7.28 | SS: 4.31 | Sixty: 12.03|

Tyler Cameron, WR/TE, FAU

Number: #3 | Hometown: Jupiter, FL | HT: 6062 | WT: 240 | Hand: 0968 | Arm: 3200 | Wing: 7568 | Forty: 4.75/4.78

Gabe Ostrow, FB/LB, SUNY Cortland

Graduated: 2015 | HT:6003 | WT: 233 | Hand: 0968 | Arm: 3068 | Wing: 7448 | Forty:4.91/4.91

Chad Ward, WR, Bryant

Graduated: 2016 | HT: 6004 | WT: 205 | Hand: 900 | Arm: 3168 | Wing: 7800 | Forty: 4.84/4.82


Surprisingly, Columbia standout quarterback Anders Hill has decided not to pursue a pro career and has hung up the cleats … Former Rutgers defensive lineman Scott Vallone who played in both the NFL and CFL is now the defensive line coach for Fordham … The Rams will host their Spring Game on March 27th … Next stop on the NFL Draft Bible pro day tour, March 9th doubleheader: Rutgers & Princeton. Keep it locked!


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Author: Rick Serritella

Established in 2002, NFL Draft Bible Founder Ric Serritella began his independent scouting service as a publication used by all 32 NFL teams. Eventually, it would evolve into an online scouting resource that reaches millions of people each month. An early adaptor to technology, the NFL Draft Bible produced the first ever livestream video show and live podcast on location from the NFL Draft. The NFL Draft Bible network extends to professional football leagues all over the world and includes general managers, executives, scouts, coaches, agents, trainers, advisors, along with other media outlets and draftniks. In addition to owning the NFL Draft Bible, Serritella has also served as executive producer of the T.Ocho Show (2010) on NBC Sports, producer for The Mike & The Mad Dog Show (2002) on YES Network, producer for NFL Now with Mike Francesa, one of the only nationally syndicated NFL shows at that time (2003), producer on ESPN Hollywoood (2005) and helped start up the Wall Street Journal YouTube channel (2007). He has interviewed the likes of Donald Trump, Roger Goodell, Archie Manning, Shaquille O'Neal, Allen Iverson, Danica Patrick, Venus Williams, Howard Stern, Don King, Jay-Z, Madonna, Bon Jovi and hundreds of other celebrities/athletes. Other involvements include helping build the fiber-optic system for MLB Network during his time as manager at HTN Communications, writing for USA TODAY, working for CBS and AEG Live. Since 2015, he has served as the Director of Media for the Parabolic Performance NFL Draft Prep program. In 2017, Serritella served as the Director of Player Personnel for the College Gridiron Showcase & Symposium. A graduate of Johnson & Wales University (JWU) in Providence, RI, Serritella earned a B.A. in Sports Entertainment & Event Management and was honored with the Inaugural Sports Entertainment & Event Management Success Board Achievement Award by the school in 2009. While attending JWU, he interned for the New England Patriots and ESPN X-Games. A proud member of the Pro Football Writers of America and the Football Writers Association of America, Serritella currently resides in his home state of New Jersey.

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