Scouts from twenty four NFL teams were in College Park on Tuesday April 8, for Maryland 's annual Pro Day. While eight players participated in the Terps' Pro Day, much of the attention was focused on cornerback Dexter McDougle, who missed the final nine games of his career with a season ending shoulder injury against Connecticut on Sept. 21.
Prior to his injury, McDougle was off to the best start of his career and he had caught the attention of NFL scouts. The 5-foot-10, 190-pounder talks about his Pro Day and NFL combine experience, how he worked his way back to full health, what NFL teams he is hearing from and more, in the video below.
McDougle Shines on Pro Day
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