Florida A&M football hosted its pro day that drew 30 NFL teams and two CFL teams in attendance as ten Rattlers showed off their abilities one last time.
“It was an amazing day, and I’m really excited about the performances from our guys,” said Head Coach Willie Simmons. “We had 30 of 32 NFL teams here today for our players to showcase their abilities and our entire team had the opportunity to see what’s possible if you continue to work hard.”
Those in attendance saw Florida A&M draft-eligible players, including safety Markquese Bell, who is expected to be taken at some point during next month’s NFL Draft. If selected, Bell would be the first Rattler selected since 1998.
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In addition to Bell, Antwan Collier, Keenan Forbes, Troy Hilton, Jay Jackson-Williams, Christian Mastramico, Derrick Mayweather, Jalen Spady, Deonte Williams and, Savion Williams participated.
Offensive lineman Keenan Forbes puts up 25 reps on the bench. #FAMU | #Rattlers | #LeaveNoDoubt pic.twitter.com/ATkLgcoX5Y
— Florida A&M Football 🏈 (@FAMU_FB) March 28, 2022
The Rattlers will continue to train as they wait for the 2022 NFL Draft, which begins Thursday, April 28, and ends on Saturday, April 30.
Courtesy: Florida A&M Athletics
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