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Former Wyoming redshirt senior OT Walker Madden drew "high praise from scouts," according to TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline.

The massive 6-foot-9, 297-pound senior started 10 games at left tackle last season. New Cowboys' coach Craig Bohl didn't offer an explanation for Madden's departure in April, saying only that it was "for personal reasons."
Jul 7 - 3:56 PM

Wyoming senior LB Mark Nzeocha reminds Tony Pauline of former Iowa OLB Christian Kirksey, a third round pick of the Cleveland Browns.

"While I don’t grade Nzeocha as draftable at this point, he has that same undersized yet explosive, speedy, sideline-to-sideline style of play," Pauline wrote. Nzeocha -- pronounced en-ZAH-chuh (rhymes with GOTCHA) -- finished spring practices as the top strongside linebacker on the depth chart. He finished with 101 tackles last year.
Jul 5 - 8:06 PM

Bucs waived QB Brett Smith.

Smith, an outstanding athlete and favorite of the draftnik community, lasts just 11 days in Tampa after signing as a UDFA. It's a shame, as Smith could be preparing to polish off his outstanding raw tools to display on the field for Wyoming in the fall. Instead? He's a cautionary tale of why underclassmen should be guaranteed a Day 2 selection before jumping to the pros.
May 21 - 6:33 PM

Buccaneers signed Wyoming QB Brett Smith.

Smith (6-foot-2 1/8, 206) made 35 starts for the Cowboys, recording a 17-18 record with a 76:28 TD-to-INT ratio and 62.0 completion rate. He added 20 rushing scores, averaging 4.05 yards per carry. Smith ran a 4.51 forty at his Pro Day with an explosive 10-foot-8 broad jump. An outstanding athlete for the position, Smith has ideal hand size (10") and plus short to intermediate accuracy. He's a complete project from a mechanical standpoint, having spent his entire college career in the shotgun behind a leaky line, and needs to add strength in an NFL conditioning program. He's a long shot, albeit with intriguing all-purpose tools.
May 11 - 2:05 PM

Bucs selected Wyoming WR Robert Herron with the No. 185 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.

Herron (5-foot-8 7/8, 193) is built more like a slot receiver but ran a lot of deep routes for the Cowboys, compiling 152 career catches for 2,030 yards (13.4 YPR) and 20 touchdowns. An early-career tailback, Herron is a physical, tough-to-jam wideout with 4.48 wheels and an explosive 10-foot-5 broad jump. Herron is likely to focus on the slot in the pros, and has the makeup to excel there with sure hands and aggressive run-after-catch ability.
May 10 - 4:10 PM

Titans selected Wyoming DB Marqueston Huff with the No. 122 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.

Huff (5-foot-11 1/8, 196) spent his first three college seasons at cornerback before converting to free safety as a senior. He tallied six career interceptions with three forced fumbles. Huff showed plus athleticism at the Combine, running 4.49 in the forty with a 35 1/2-inch vertical and 9-foot-10 broad jump. Look for Huff to begin his NFL career on special teams before pushing for snaps in the secondary, where his versatility will come in handy
May 10 - 2:24 PM

The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reports, that the Miami Dolphins sent special teams coach Darren Rizzi to see how Wyoming WR Robert Herron "could do as a returner" during his private workout.

Herron wrote in his USA Today diary: "My workout with the Dolphins went very well. I was catching punts and kicks. This was the first time I actually did that. The other workouts were running routes. I didn't catch punts at all in college. At practice, I did some, but I haven't in a game. I told them I haven't done it since high school. It actually went very well, though. I caught them more fluidly than I thought I would," Herron wrote. The Cowboys prospect could hear his name called in the third-round of the draft.
May 5 - 3:33 PM

The Dolphins are visiting Wyoming WR Robert Herron Tuesday and Wednesday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Team visits and workouts end shortly, so this could be considered a "last minute" type trip. Herron does his best work from the slot, showing slippery ability off the line of scrimmage and speed to get vertical. He should be a third-round pick at the earliest.
Apr 29 - 11:23 AM

Wyoming WR Robert Herron's visit with the Saints, which began Wednesday, will bleed into Thursday.

Drew Brees will appreciate the wheels on this burner. Herron recorded a low 4.3 forty sprint at his pro day workout, proving what most already knew: He can take the top off any defense. He's also a nice fit for New Orleans in that he's extremely difficult to jam at the line against man coverage.
Apr 10 - 7:48 PM

The Panthers worked out Wyoming DB Marqueston Huff on Wednesday morning, per NFL.com's Gil Brandt.

Huff is a versatile defensive back with experience at both safety and corner. The Panthers certainly need depth at both spots after losing Mike Mitchell and Captain Munnerlyn to free agency. He should be a third day selection.
Apr 2 - 12:29 PM

Wyoming QB Brett Smith will make an official visit to the Panthers.

Smith also has another visit lined up but could not reveal the team. The Wyoming product was snubbed from the Combine, likely due to his surprising entry in the draft. The Panthers were fond of Russell Wilson in 2012 and will likely be searching for a long term backup behind Cam Newton.
Mar 31 - 4:52 PM

Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay believes Wyoming QB Brett Smith "is not very good" and understands why he was not at the NFL Combine.

"I've done four games of him, it makes total sense why he was not there," McShay said of Smith. "It would be unfair to the other quarterbacks if Brett Smith" was at the Combine. On the same podcast, ESPN's Mel Kiper called Smith draftable. The Wyoming passer has earned some comparisons to Johnny Manziel for his improvisational style, but while Manziel is a bit more fluid, Smith seems a bit more robotic with his movements.
Source: ESPN
Mar 17 - 2:31 PM

Patriots staff members worked out Wyoming WR Robert Herron 1-on-1 after the school's pro day.

After running a 4.48 forty at the NFL Combine, Herron recorded a low 4.3 second sprint at the pro day workout. This fits the slot receiver's game more, but the big difference is a bit questionable. Herron could draw a third-round pick. He is extremely slippery at the line of scrimmage against press man coverage.
Mar 15 - 11:42 AM

Wyoming QB Brett Smith measured in a 6-foot-1 and 3/4 of an inch at the school's pro day.

Smith also had 10 inch hands, recorded an "official" 4.51 forty, and a broad jump of 10-foot-8. The Wyoming passer will draw comparisons to Johnny Manziel, although his movements are a bit more robotic than Manziel's improvisational style. Smith was notoriously known as a great athlete while in school and he should have been invited to the Combine.
Mar 13 - 3:28 PM

NFL.com's Mike Huguenin believes Wyoming WR Robert Herron "might be the fastest receiver at the combine."

"Expect a sub-4.4 40 time," wrote Huguenin. "He should test well in the other events, too." Herron was hugely productive at Wyoming, forming one of the nation's most underrated aerial duos with QB Brett Smith. Yes, Herron is undersized, but we've been on his bandwagon since the summer. He's got serious wheels and sticky hands. Draft insider Tony Pauline compared Herron to Don Beebe in the fall.
Source: NFL.com
Feb 13 - 4:37 PM


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