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Just some shameless self promotion:

After Proday I said:

When the star receiver of the team, Roosevelt, is a late round pick it's unlikely (but not impossible) that the receiver who does his work under the radar like Hamlin will get a call on draft day. But Hamlin made good use of the opportunity to show off his skills in front of the scouts who came to see Starks, Roosevelt, and Newton. Key results: Pro Agility: 4.01 LCone: 6.54 40: 4.57 Vertical: 3' Broad" 10.01 60 Shuttle: 11.09

So today, inspired by Brett Hamlin's upcoming workout with Miami I started poking around the UB seniors draft profiles for the first time in a month and what do I see?

CBS Sports:

When the star receiver of the team, Roosevelt, is a late round pick it's unlikely (but not impossible) that the receiver who does his work under the radar like Hamlin will get a call on draft day. But Hamlin made good use of the opportunity to show off his skills in front of the scouts who came to see Starks, Roosevelt, and Newton. Hamlin, who played in the Texas vs. The Nation game in El Paso in February, also had a strong workout. Hamlin jumped 36" in the vertical, over 10 feet in the broad jump, while his three-cone time of 6.64 would have ranked third among wide receivers that competed at the NFL Combine. Hamlin finished his UB career in the top ten in receptions and yardage. Key results: Pro Agility: 4.01...LCone: 6.54...40: 4.57...Vert: 36"...Broad" 10.01...60 Shuttle: 11.09. - Rodney McKissic, Buffalo News

NFL Draft Scout:

When the star receiver of the team, Roosevelt, is a late round pick it's unlikely (but not impossible) that the receiver who does his work under the radar like Hamlin will get a call on draft day. But Hamlin made good use of the opportunity to show off his skills in front of the scouts who came to see Starks, Roosevelt, and Newton. Hamlin, who played in the Texas vs. The Nation game in El Paso in February, also had a strong workout. Hamlin jumped 36" in the vertical, over 10 feet in the broad jump, while his three-cone time of 6.64 would have ranked third among wide receivers that competed at the NFL Combine. Hamlin finished his UB career in the top ten in receptions and yardage. Key results: Pro Agility: 4.01...LCone: 6.54...40: 4.57...Vert: 36"...Broad" 10.01...60 Shuttle: 11.09. - Rodney McKissic, Buffalo News


I'm both flattered and upset at the same time. Flattered because McKissic provides superb coverage of the UB football Program and being an out of towner I end up citing him often. I'm upset because I finally put something up that CBS deems worthy to cite and the credit accidentally went to someone else..

Looks like bodged together my follow up with the the one released the same day by UB Athletics

"Hamlin, who played in the Texas vs. The Nation game in El Paso in February, also had a strong workout. Hamlin jumped 36" in the vertical, over 10 feet in the broad jump, while his three-cone time of 6.64 would have ranked third among wide receivers that competed at the NFL Combine. Hamlin finished his UB career in the top ten in receptions and yardage."



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