General McLane graduate Blidi Wreh-Wilson is Erie County’s best hope to be selected in the NFL Draft in about a decade.
If Wreh-Wilson can perform well today in the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis, he will stand a good chance to be picked in April’s draft, possibly within the first three rounds.
Read more about Wreh-Wilson at the combine from today’s story in the Erie Times-News.
The former UConn cornerback has been at the combine for the past three days, along with more than 330 other NFL prospects. He has undergone team interviews, physical exams, measurements and the bench press test already. Today, the defensive backs hit the field to show scouts their speed and agility.
Fans can watch the combine on the NFL Network or online at nfl.com/combine.