The regional combine process has produced at least one signing by an NFL team as the Indianapolis Colts have inked former Army standout pass rusher Josh McNary to a contract.
According to Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star, McNary’s mandatory enlistment in the Army following his time in West Point kept him from being drafted after graduating in 2011. McNary one of over 200 players invited to the Super Regional Combine in Dallas on Sunday.
The 6-foot, 250 pound McNary is Army’s all-time sack leader. He recorded 28 sacks as a rush linebacker for the Black Knights during his college career.