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Ed Wesley | Running Back

Team: TCU Horned Frogs
Ht / Wt:  5'9' / 200

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Supplemental Draft hopeful RB Ed Wesley measured in at 5'8/196 pounds and ran a 4.68 forty at Monday's Pro Day.
This time matches his on field speed, as Wesley gains the majority of his yards with physical play and short lateral movements. These numbers only back up the idea that Wesley is a fringe draftable talent due to his indecisiveness behind the line of scrimmage and mediocre skills. We still like him more than 2012 selections Terrance Ganaway and Boom Herron, but the chances are slim that a team will use a future pick to acquire Wesley on Thursday. Mon, Jul 9, 2012 03:48:00 PM

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The NFL has released a list of eligible players for the Supplemental Draft which will be held on July 12.

The list is highlighted by former TCU running back Ed Wesley but also includes: Boise St. cornerback Quaylon Ewing, Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon, Syracuse fullback Adam Jones, Carson-Newman linebacker Larry Lumpkin, Iowa State offensive lineman Adrian Haughton, Georgia defensive end Montez Robinson, and McMurray wide receiver Houston Tuminello. No other applications will be accepted.
Mon, Jul 2, 2012 03:22:00 PM

Former TCU RB Ed Wesley has made himself eligible for the NFL's Supplemental Draft after hiring an agent.

The Sideline View's Adam Caplan is hearing that "up to 10 players could be" in this year's Supplemental Draft, and the full list should be out sometime next week. The draft will be held on July 12. Wesley left TCU for family reasons just one month ago and averaged 6.1 yards per carry in college. The former Horned Frog is a legitimate late-round pick candidate. If he is not selected, Wesley should be signed quickly as an undrafted free agent.
Fri, Jun 29, 2012 12:34:00 PM

Running back Ed Wesley leaves TCU for family reasons.

Though the explosive Wesley had 2,442 yards rushing and averaged at least 6.1 per carry in each of his three seasons with TCU, coach Gary Patteron still has leading-returning rusher Waymon James (875 yards) and Matthew Tucker (702). Wesley’s departure, however, is a concern as far as depth. The irony behind Wesley’s leaving is that he considered going pro after last season before opting to return for a senior year that now will not be.
Tue, May 29, 2012 11:25:00 AM

TCU running back Ed Wesley considered turning pro before deciding to return for his senior year.

Wesley’s decision to return gives coach Gary Patterson the same deep corps of RBs he had last season when Waymon James (875 yards), Wesley (726 yards) and Matthew Tucker (702) each topped 700 yards rushing. Wesley, who averaged 9.3 yards on 13 punt returns, has 2,442 rushing yards in three seasons with the Horned Frogs.
Wed, Feb 29, 2012 04:34:00 PM

TCU running back Ed Wesley ran for 120 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Wyoming Saturday.

Wesley wasn't the Horned Frogs' leading rusher, but he got the call in the red zone, punching in a 2- and 4-yard score. The second touchdown gave TCU the lead back in the third quarter, with the team eventually going on to a 3l-20 victory. The junior now has 528 yards and 3 touchdowns on the season.
Sat, Nov 5, 2011 05:22:00 PM