Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, the consensus No. 1 prospect in this year’s NFL draft, says he’ll do every workout at the scouting combine. But plenty of prospects with significantly lower draft grades are passing up the opportunity to show off all their skills to NFL scouts.
One such prospect is Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour, who says he’s not going to throw at the combine.
“I’ll be doing [pretty much] everything except throwing at the combine,” LeFevour told NFLDraftBible.com.
Of course, throwing is a pretty big part of being a pro quarterback, and LeFevour’s decision to do “everything except throwing” is depriving himself of an opportunity to impress NFL scouts. But he says he wants to throw with his own receivers at Central Michigan’s pro day.
“I will focus solely on throwing at pro day,” LeFevour said. “Just getting focused with that . . . only having one thing to do on pro day and being able to work with my receivers up at school that are coming out. Putting everything I have into that aspect of it.”
But unlike Suh, LeFevour won’t put everything he has into every aspect of the combine.