The Jets were on hand at the University of North Dakota for their Pro Day, most likely looking into two defensive prospects that UND has that might get shots at the NFL.
For two former University of North Dakota football players, Monday provided a chance for them to be center stage and impress NFL scouts with their athleticism and smarts.
Former Sioux defensive lineman Ty Boyle and linebacker Ross Cochran spent their morning in Fargo where they were two of eight graduated seniors from area colleges and universities on hand to participate in a pro day at the FargoDome.
Boyle and Cochran worked out and took the Wonderlic Test for representatives from the Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, Philadephia Eagles and New York Jets.
LB Ross Cochran (6-2, 242 4.7 40 yard dash) and DL Ty Boyle (6-4, 285) are both projected to be undrafted free agents this spring. The Jets look to draft some defensive lineman this April, but should that fail, it’s ...