Monday, February 25, 2013

NFL Scouting Combine: Day 4

Morning sunlight coming through the window
Walkway from the hotel to the convention center, to the stadium.

USC quarterback Matt Barkley didn't work out, but he was there for everything else.

West Virginia University wide receiver Tavon Austin warms up before running one of the fastest 40 yard dash times of the day:  a 4.34

Louisiana Tech University quarterback Colby Cameron runs the 40 yard dash.

Top rated quarterback from West Virginia, Geno Smith looks on during the scouting combine

I was focusing on the rubber pellets in the field, but lucked out when the cone tipped.  That's what makes this picture!

University of Baylor wide receiver Lanear Sampson runs field drills at the combine


University of Texas wide receiver Marquise Goodwin is measured.  He would later go on to record the second-fastest 40 yard dash time ever at the Combine with a 4.27

University of Southern California quarterback Matt Barkley and University of Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones

University of Minnesota quarterback Marqueis Gray laces up his shoes

Texas A&M University wide receiver Ryan Swope at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine

Texas A&M University wide receiver Ryan Swope is greeted by Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill.  Tannehill played at Texas A&M last year

West Virginia University wide receiver Tavon Austin poses for a photo after his impressive 40 yard dash run.

Oregon State University wide receiver Markus Wheaton warms up before running the 40 yard dash



Tennessee Tech University wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers performs the vertical jump



Because #12 is the future of the Colts. 


So my California ID was denied by this machine, so I got one of the event staff guys to scan his, and I bought my wife he scratcher ticket!  You're welcome, Chanda!

I let him choose the ticket.  Says the Sevens have been good to him, so I bought one.
Here's a view of the Indianapolis city skyline from the top of the stadium windows


Here's a view from the elevator, of a factory, churning out factory-made stuff.

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