His Pro Day was on March 12th and he ran in the 4.3-4.4 range and showed well in his position drills.
Zack Bowman against Nevada
His agent also told James that if his client had come out after his Junior Season, he might have been one of the top DB picks in the draft.
As far as the Redskins go, and the need to draft a CB, I think it is plain and simple. You can rationlize this interest in one word.
The Redskins did not try to re-sign CB David Macklin, S Pierson Prioleau, or S Omar Stoutmire. Carlos Rogers is also trying to come back from major knee surgery.
So that leaves the Redskins, as of today, with only two capable starters in Fred Smoot and Shawn Springs.
With the Redskins being so quiet in Free Agency, at least, thus far, the draft seems like a logical place for the Redskins to try and improve this depth.
The question is, in what round will they address it?
Zack Bowman is the 27th ranked CB according to Scout.com rankings, so certainly, he could be had in the later rounds.
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