Former Aggies Participate in Pro Day
Courtesy: New Mexico State University  
Release:  03/21/2013

LAS CRUCES, N.M. -- Former New Mexico State football players participated in the Aggies' Pro Scout Day to display their skills for NFL personnel, Thursday, March 21 in Las Cruces, N.M.


National Football League scouts from the Kansas City Chiefs, Arizona Cardinals and St. Louis Rams were all present.


The pro scouts evaluated former Aggies including wide receivers Kemonte Bateman, Darrius Preston and Marcus Williams, defensive back Jeremy Harris, tight end Trevor Walls, defensive linemen Donte Savage, Walton Taumoepeau, Anthony Smith, Alex LaVoy and  Desmond Anaya, linebackers B.J. Adolpho and Eric Ramos and offensive lineman Andrew Kersten.


The event began in the Coca-Cola weight room where scouts complied measurements including heights and weights before players were tested on the bench press and vertical jump.


The assessment moved to Aggie Memorial Stadium where the players participated in the 40-yard dash, the L-Drill and the Pro Agility Shuttle. Position drills also took place at Aggie Memorial.

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