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GALLERY: Pro Day

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Photo by Cassie Stricker

Trevor Wood participates in the vertical jump.

18 Aggies participated in the 2019 Texas A&M Football Pro Day at the McFerrin Athletic Center. Over 50 representatives from 32 NFL teams were present to watch the Aggies showcase their abilities on Tuesday, March 26. The 2019 NFL Draft will begin Thursday, April 25 at 9 p.m.

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  • Kwame Etwi participates in the broad jump.

    Photo by Cassie Stricker
  • Keaton Sutherland completed the broad jump.

  • Kwame Etwi stretches before the 40 yard dash.

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  • Deshawn Capers-Smith participates in the 40 yard dash.

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  • Cullen Gillaspia sprints for the 40 yard dash.

  • Tyrel Dodson participates in the three cone drill.

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  • Texas A&M transfer quarterback Nick Starkel attended Pro Day as a guest to support his former teammates. He intends to graduate in the summer and attend Arkansas in the fall.

  • 32 NFL teams were represented at the Aggies’ Pro Day.

  • Aggies support each other as Kwame Etwi begins his bench press.

  • Cullen Gillaspia takes a deep breath in preparation for the bench press.

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  • Otaro Alaka, Donovan Wilson and other participants shout encouragement.

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  • Donovan Wilson talks with a representative from the Dallas Cowboys.

  • Deshawn Capers-Smith participates in defensive back workouts.

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  • Trevor Wood is blindfolded by Dan Campbell during a tight end catching drill. Campbell is currently the assistant head coach for the New Orleans Saints and a former Aggie tight end assisting with Pro Day.

  • Cullen Gillaspia runs through catching drills with the tight ends.

  • Jalyn Judkins catches in tight end drills with interference from Pro Day assistant and New Orleans assistant head coach Dan Campbell.

  • Jace Sternberger catches in tight end position drills.

  • Cullen Gillaspia participates in an individual position workout.

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  • Trevor Wood catches during position drills.

  • Erik McCoy said that pro day and the NFL combine call for a different mindset that playing in a regular season game.

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  • Kwame Etwi goes through drills during the individual position workouts.

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  • Trayveon Williams does an individual workout.

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  • Trevor Wood runs through an individual workout drill.

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  • Tyrel Dodson runs through defense drills.

  • Kingsley Keke runs through defensive line drills.

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  • Jace Sternberger participated in position drills and chose to use his numbers and statistics from the NFL Combine for other drills.

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  • Cullen Gillaspia runs through the defense drills.

  • Tyrel Dodson runs through linebacker drills.

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  • Dan Campbell, assistant head coach for the New Orleans Saints and former Texas A&M tight end, assisted with Pro Day.

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  • Tyrel Dodson leaps to intercept the pass.

  • Trayveon Williams greets Quartney Davis after finishing his tests and workouts.

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  • Trayveon Williams said he has spoken with the Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears, and Houston Texans.

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  • Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher said he thought the Aggies who participated did a great job at Pro Day and that he hopes everything goes well for them.

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  • Cullen Gillaspia participated in tight end, running back, full back, linebacker and special teams workouts.

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  • Cullen Gillaspia rests after running through position drills for tight ends, defense and special teams.

  • Daniel LaCamera kicks field goals for special teams drills.

  • Austin Frey works on blocking during position drills for long snapping.

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