Please Note: All times noted were recorded by Ric Serritella of NFL Draft Bible. We will update this page with official measurements/results from ANC when made available.
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Josh Holloman, OH, Eastern Michigan/Cincinnati [5100/191]: The biggest storyline to emerge from the Baltimore workout was the blazing speed of Holloman, who was the only player asked to run the forty a third time, due to the rare speed. The intriguing prospect was timed 4.41/4.29/4.25 on his three attempts and proved capable as a pass-catcher in positional drills. One area of his game that was noticeable where he’ll have to improve upon is staying lower when running the ball. He was a bit high during cone drills, which is about as much film hat we’ll have to go off of. The curious case of Holloman includes very little playing time, as he was caught between staff turnovers at Cincinnati, before transferring to Eastern Michigan and missing his junior season due to a groin injury suffered in track. He ultimately decided to declare early this year and fell short on opportunity. The speed alone should be enough to catch someone’s interest. — Agent (Paul Bobbitt)
— EliteFootballNetwork (@EliteFBNetwork) March 25, 2017
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Ahmere Dorsey, WO/KR, Rhode Island/JUCO [5093/181]: Lost in the mix at URI, playing behind Isaiah Coulter (Texans) and Aaron Parker (Patriots), Dorsey was the third Musketeer of the bunch but was highly productive with over 600 receiving yards and 100 rushing yards, with six touchdowns. Dorsey proved to be a crisp route runner, flashing nice hard breaks at the top of his routes at the combine workout. Since URI pro day was cancelled this past season, the biggest question mark was his timed speed; he ran a respectable 4.50/4.56 in the forty. He lined up all over the field for the Rams but will be best suited in the slot. Dorsey can be used effectively on bubbles, end-arounds and has killed up in the wildcat. He is a special team extraordinaire, having served as gunner, while average 28 yards per kick return, nearly 11 yards per punt return and five career returns for touchdowns. –Agent (Vincent Nicolsen)
— CAA Football (@CAAFootball) September 29, 2019
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Connor Davis, TE, Stony Brook[6080/263]: The mammoth Davis has shown much improvement in the past year, having played in both the XFL (St. Louis) and AAF (Birmingham). He was able to demonstrate sound hand placement and lower leg drive during blocking drills, in addition to the athleticism necessary to survive in the NFL. Davis timed a 4.78/4.78 on both forty runs and proved capable as a receiving target. Any NFL seeking a big-bodied tight end with the tools to continue to develop should consider him a viable option. — Agent (Mike Giorgio)
How far are you making it with this? 😳
— St. Louis BattleHawks (@XFLBattleHawks) November 19, 2019
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Jake Payne, DL, Shenandoah [6040/285]: The journeyman defensive lineman has a ‘no quit’ mentality, which was on full display, as he showed off his size and strength during positional drills.. After receiving rookie tryouts with the Jets and Eagles, Payne joined the Washington Valor, as they would go on to win the 2018 AFL Championship. He most recently played in the both the XFL (St Louis) and AAF (Birmingham) at 295 pounds. His current weight of 285 could have some teams view him as a five-technique but the former wrestler can easily bulk up quickly and has the xperience to kick inside to three-technique as well. He timed in at 5.06/5.10 in Baltimore. — Agent (JR Rickert)
The bar has been RAISED.#BattleHawks DT Jake Payne just went and ripped the whole top off of a Bud Light Seltzer can, THEN goes full Stone Cold with the thing.
A complete disregard for dental safety, but definitely #ForTheLoveOfFootball.
— XFLNewsHub (@XFLNewsHub) February 23, 2020
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