Prime Athletes, the firm that represents Keith Price, sent out the above infographic on Tuesday evening. Pretty impressive, right?
The career achievements and records are noted (and have been noted here many times), but they won’t mean a whole lot to the NFL scouts and executives expected to attend UW’s Pro Day today.
It’s Price’s one chance to impress them, and he’s anxious to prove his critics wrong. Most draft analysts project Price as a late-round pick or a free agent.
The Huskies’ record-setting quarterback will make about 60 throws to former teammates today at the Dempsey Indoor Center. The workout starts at 11:30 a.m.
I bumped into Bishop Sankey after practice on Tuesday, and he will also participate in some pass-catching drills with Price but won’t repeat the timed drills (such as the 40-yard dash) that he performed, to glowing reviews, at the NFL combine in February. Sankey remains the top-ranked running back prospect, according to NFL Network’s Mike Mayock, in May’s NFL Draft.
Safety Sean Parker, receivers Kevin Smith, James Johnson and Antavius Sims and fullback Jonathan Amosa are also expected to participate. Tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins will not participate in the pro day as he continues to recover from foot surgery.
- From today’s paper: Cyler Miles remains suspended and is enrolled in classes at UW, his attorney said. Miles “hasn’t been told anything” about his status with the team.
- Our notes and observations as the Huskies returned to practice on Tuesday. Chris Petersen said the team is playing catch-up “as fast as we can.”
- Petersen began the day in a team meeting with an April Fool’s gag. Good stuff.
- From The News Tribune: The Huskies are a work in progress.
- From the UW Daily: Petersen does like the Huskies’ attitudes.
- From The Arizona Daily Star: Five quarterbacks are vying for the starting gig this spring.
- From The Oregonian: Oregon State is focusing on ball security drills.
- From The Oregonian: Oregon was full speed ahead its in first spring practice.