Trey Edmunds Performance at Virginia Tech Pro Day, Amazes the NFL Draft Scouts, per IAA

Trey Edmunds running the football

​Trey Edmunds put together an unbelievable performance at the Virginia Tech Pro Day on March 15th. He was prepared for his training by Speed and Sport Institute in Chantilly, VA and he did not disappoint.

He ran a 4.47 40 yard dash at 6'0 222. His size and speed was that of a top round draft pick. He also showed that he has successfully returned healthy from a season ending injury this past season. A former Freshman All American at the Running Back position, Trey's defense and special teams skills will also be huge asset for NFL teams as throughout his career he was an unbelievable special teams player. 

"You just can find an athlete and running back coming out with Trey's size and speed combination. His 4.47 40 at 222 pounds shows he can be an every day running back and a force on all special teams."

David Schuman

Managing Director, Inspired Athletes

He also put together 24 reps on the bench, 4.4 in the shuttle, 34.5 inch vertical jump and 9'8 broad jump. His numbers would put him among the top performers at the NFL combine. 

He was outstanding in drills and showed elite athleticism. Post pro day he met with the Titans, Panthers, Ravens, Jaguars, and Dolphins.

Source: Inspired Athletes Agency


Categories: Collegiate Sports, Football, Professional Sports

Tags: 2017, draft pick, Fast 40, Maryland, NFL Pro Day, RB, special teams, Trey Edmunds, virginia Tech


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