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“He fractured his left foot in pre-draft workouts and just when he began to show flashes of being able to use his 6-foot-3, 230-pound body and athleticism to present matchup problems and have a big impact, he tore scar tissue in the foot during a training camp scrimmage and was never really the same.”
“That's why Mr. Fields wasn't invited to the NBA's annual pre-draft camp or listed on the Top 100 draft prospects list by Chad Ford, ESPN's respected basketball "insider.”
“Two members of the Super-Bowl-winning New York Giants went to Ivy League schools and former Yale quarterback Patrick Witt, a transfer from Nebraska, has been invited to the NFL's pre-draft combine later this month.”
“Brigham Young's Jimmer Fredette and Providence's Marshon Brooks were among six players who participated in a pre-draft workout.”
“Speaking today on a pre-draft conference call with sportswriters across the nation, Kiper said Newton and Gabbert's stocks have risen since the combine, and Kiper now sees both being chosen among the top eight picks in April's draft.”
“In this process, the only thing you know is that you don't know" new Jets QB Mark Sanchez said of pre-draft uncertainty.”
“The draft takes place Friday at 8 p.m. and will be televised on Versus, with a pre-draft coin flip determining who will have the first selection overall.”
“Thomas, please raise your right hand … did you actually pre-draft the legislation using Word, paper pencil, etc.”
“They could travel across the country for workouts and attend the NBA pre-draft camp in late spring to gauge their readiness for the league.”
“An alumnus of Harvard, the Stanford of the East (sorry, I'm a former Cardinal), and 2004 Ivy League Player of the Year, I remember Fitzpatrick's pre-draft hype surrounded his rumored perfect Wonderlic score (the NFL equivalent to an intelligence test).”
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