Six Former Football Players Selected For NFL Scouting Combine|
Feb. 2, 2009
CINCINNATI - Six former University of Cincinnati football student-athletes have been selected to participate in the 2009 NFL Scouting Combine. The combine will be held from Feb. 18-24 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind.
Connor Barwin (Hazel Park, Mich./U. of Detroit Jesuit), Trevor Canfield (Cincinnati, Ohio/Western Hills), Kevin Huber (Cincinnati, Ohio/McNicholas), Mike Mickens (Hubert Hts., Ohio/Wayne), DeAngelo Smith (Columbus, Ohio/Independence), and Brandon Underwood (Hamilton, Ohio/Hamilton/Ohio State) have all been selected for participation in the prestigious pre-draft event.
Barwin, Canfield, Huber, and Smith all participated in the Under Armour Senior Bowl, while Underwood played in the East-West Shrine Game. Mickens was selected for the Senior Bowl and participated in the first portion of the event but had to withdraw from the game due to a knee injury.
The Beacats' six participants are the most of all BIG EAST teams. Twenty-five league players were selected for the combine.
The combine is the annual job fair for prospective new NFL players. For six days, players are put through a series of drills, tests, and interviews with more than 600 NFL personnel, including head coaches, general managers, and scouts.
Full coverage will be available on the NFL Network and online at NFL.com/combine.