Six Texas A&M Aggies Participate in NFL Combine
As the NFL Combine just wrapped up earlier this week, six Texas A&M Aggies were put on display in the biggest interview of their football careers. For some, this is a chance to wow scouts and improve their draft status. For others, the combine can crush NFL dreams.
Below I break down each of the six Aggie players that participated in the NFL Combine.
Randy Bullock (K)
Bullock capped of his senior season by being awarded the Lou Groza award for being college’s best kicker. He is a very accurate placekicker in his last two seasons, making 100 percent of his extra points. He also made 87 percent of his field goal attempts in his senior season. Look for Bullock to get drafted in the 7th round or be signed as an undrafted free agent.
Terrence Frederick (CB)
40 yd dash: 4.54 sec. Vert. jump: 35 in. Broad jump: 10.08 ft.
Frederick is a very physical player when it comes to the run and making tackles. He is very solid as a nickel corner which will provide an instant impact on a team. Frederick can get burned in man coverage because of his size and speed off the line. Look for him to be a mid-late round draft pick.
Jeff Fuller (WR)
Fuller did not participate in any combine drills due to a stress fracture in his foot. Nagging injuries during his senior season kept him from playing effectively. Fuller dropped a lot of balls his senior season, just after his junior season where he set the school’s single season catch record. He also is the school record holder with 28 TD catches. Look for Fuller to be a mid round draft pick for teams who need a big red-zone target.
Cyrus Gray (RB)
40 yd dash: 4.47 sec. Vert. jump: 32.5 in. Broad jump: 9.5 ft.
Gray was one of the top performers among running backs in the 40 yard dash. He can be a very elusive runner and has big play potential. Gray has great hands and understands pass protection. Look for him to get drafted in the mid rounds.
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Coryell Judie (CB)
40 yd dash: 4.48 sec. Vert. jump: 37 in. Broad jump: 10.5 ft.
Judie was one of the best defenders and return men on the team entering his senior season. He has some durability issues as he was injured for parts of his career. Judie has great value to teams by playing man coverage, making plays on the ball, and returning kicks. Look for him to be a mid round draft pick.
Ryan Tannehill (QB)
Tannehill did not participate in any combine drills due to a foot injury. He has all the tools needed to be a starting NFL quarterback. The only thing lacking is his experience playing the quarterback position. However, he understands what it takes to play in the NFL from Mike Sherman.
The next step is the Aggies pro day on March 29th.
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