ANC Houston: Top Performers

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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Mike Glass III, QB, Eastern Michigan [5100/206]: Blessed with a laser arm, Glass III had his second impressive ANC Combine showing in as many weeks, laying down some solid film both in both the St. Louis and Houston workouts. His ability to throw on the move and maintain his ball placement while rolling out was highly impressive. Glass III took a major step forward in his aerial repertoire in 2019, breaking the school record for total offense, previously held by Charlie Batch, accumulating 3,597 yards of total offense and 32 touchdowns, including 3,169 yards through the air.

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Quinten Dormady, QB, Central Michigan/Tennessee [6046/215]: The one-time four star high school recruit showed off his arm strength, demonstrating excellent ball velocity and deep ball capability. Dormady also showcased the ability to take some mustard off the dog with some nice touch, when required. A traditional pocket-passer, he had some big moments for the Chippewas resurgence this past season, completing 65% of his passes, while throwing for 2,312 passing yards and 14 touchdowns.

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Hunter Register, WO, Southern/Minnesota [6026/203]: The one wide receiver who consistently stood out throughout the day was Register, who owns excellent size/speed, clocking in at 4.57/4.47 on his two forty-yard dash runs. The transfer from Minnesota displayed solid route running ability, nice shiftiness and leaping capabilty, in addition to soft hands. This past season, he nabbed 43 balls for 610 yards and 11 touchdowns for the Jaguars.

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Jevoni Robinson, TE, Barry/North Carolina State [6077/253]: An impressive physical specimen, Robinson is a developmental prospect with upside. He was with the Houston Texans last year, making the switch from the hardwood to the gridiron after one season of pro basketball overseas in Italy. He timed 4.85/4.78 in the forty-yard dash and possesses an extremely tall target with his height, wingspan and vertical game. A high character player who has earned his Master’s degree, Robinson is a smart player who needs some molding.

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Temisan Kuyatsemi, DE/OB, Abilene Christian [6030/257]: The athleticism and strength displayed by Kuyatsemi certainly stood out during positional drills. His size places him in the ‘hybrid’ defensive end/outside linebacker category and he showed up well in testing, including forty-yard dash runs of 4.72/4.84. A native of Houston, born in Nigeria, ‘TK’ appeared in 11 of 12 games for the Wildcats, finishing with 35 total tackles (19 solo), 12 tackles for loss for, eight and a half sacks, one forced fumble and three pass breakups in 2019.