A big group from WVU football hoped to raise their NFL Draft stocks Thursday at WVU Pro Day. At least one player seems to have accomplished that.
Quarterback Will Grier put on a sharp throwing display at the Caperton Indoor Practice Facility. Afterward, ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted that Grier impressed several of the NFL scouts and coaches in attendance:
After a long football journey that brought him to WVU, Grier says he’s eager for his shot in the NFL.
“I treated it like my job, and it’s just going to keep getting more and more intense,” said Grier. “I wanna be the greatest that’s ever played. It’s going to take a lot of hours and a lot of reps and a lot of work. I have the opportunity to go play in the league now and make this my job, and I’m going to take advantage of that opportunity.”
Watch the full interview with Grier below:
One of Grier’s favorite targets in gold and blue, wide receiver David Sills, said he proved that he can run NFL routes at a high level during WVU Pro Day:
Wide receiver Gary Jennings also discussed the last few months, which have included a trip to the Senior Bowl and NFL Combine:
Tight end Trevon Wesco’s stock has boomed since the Combine, and he said he has talked to numerous teams about playing a hybrid role between tight end and fullback:
Linebacker David Long Jr. has also been in contact with NFL teams, and said he thinks he fits in well with the new brand of linebackers that are thriving in the league: The NFL Draft begins April 25.