It has been a while since we have done a morning report. If you are unfamiliar, it is a quick look around the league from some of the beat writers covering CUSA teams. Some of these are paywalled, and we encourage you to pay.
But in the defense of the Konkol (which I have said so often I should start charging a retainer), I can point to several places saying transfers are at an all-time high. Players are leaving programs all over the country for what seem like greener pastures. Some sports journalists are even calling this phenomenon a “transfer epidemic.”
Representatives from 26 teams turned up, the most in program history. That was in large part because of the presence of defensive end Oshane Ximines, who is certain to become the first player in ODU history to be drafted; and receiver Travis Fulgham, who has a decent shot at being the second.
Tauaefa posted 21 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press and a vertical jump of 32 inches. Other results of the workout were not immediately available, but Tauaefa said he was pleased with his performance.
Twenty-nine NFL scouts attended FAU’s Pro Day, as did three CFL teams and the Orlando Apollos of the AAF. The Apollos, who began play earlier this year, are allocated any FAU players who wish to pursue a career in the AAF.