Twelve individuals participated in the nearly three-hour session, including 10 members of the Chippewas' 2009 Mid-American Conference championship team: Andrew Aguila, Bryan Anderson, Antonio Brown, Kirkston Edwards, Eric Fraser, Josh Gordy, Larry Knight, Dan LeFevour, Allen Ollenburger and Frank Zombo. Also working out Wednesday were former Central Michigan defensive back Pacino Horne and Wayne State running back Joique Bell.
The day began in the IAC weight room, where the players were weighed, measured and tested in the vertical jump. Players also were tested on the indoor turf field in the broad jump, 40-yard dash, shuttle and three-cone drill. The scouts in attendance then directed a number of position-specific drills before LeFevour conducted his throwing session, a scripted set of throws to Anderson, Brown, Bell and Zombo that lasted about 20 minutes.
The first round of the 2010 NFL Draft is Thursday, April 22. Rounds two and three will be Friday, April 23, while rounds four through seven are Saturday, April 24.
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