FSU Hosts Pro Day

By: Sam Lane Email
By: Sam Lane Email

Drill after drill after drill.... Florida State held it's annual pro dray where players were evaluated in front of NFL coaches and scouts hoping to make an impression for the next level.

Former FSU quarterback Christian Ponder adds, "I've prepared and put in a lot of time and preparation to get to this point. Getting ready for the Senior Bowl, getting ready for the combine, getting ready for this. I've been given a lot of resources with the people around me and it's helped a lot."

Former FSU defensive end Markus White adds, "I'm glad it's all over, I must say that. Just building to this process, the whole building process was tough. You want to get better, you want to test good in these drills, lower times but I'm glad I did it."

The players have done all they can on the field. The next step comes April 28th in New York City at the NFL Draft. With the uncertainty with the league for next fall, it's going to be a very difficult offseason for incoming rookies.

Ponder adds, "I have really no idea with what's going on, with what's happening. Right now I've been focusing on getting ready for this day and for the workouts and stay in town and stay in shape and then once the draft happens we'll go from there. I really don't know what's down the road."

Former FSU offensive guard Rodney Hudson adds, "Just keep working out and hope for the best. That's all you can do because no one really knows what's going to happen right now so just keep working out and doing my part."


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