The listing of invitees to the 2019 Scouting Mix was released on Thursday, and integrated in the 338 NFL draft hopefuls are 12 gamers who played their higher education soccer in the point out of Washington, 9 from the College of Washington and three from Washington Point out College.
The NFL Scouting Mix, which requires put from February 26 to March 4 in Indianapolis, is a showcase for higher education football’s leading draft-qualified prospective clients and is attended by coaches and talent evaluators from the Seahawks and the league’s other 31 groups.
Here’s the complete listing of College of Washington invitees:
And the listing of Washington Point out invitees:
Of that group, 5 played their significant faculty soccer in Washington. From Washington, Gaskin is from Lynnwood and played at O’Dea Superior Faculty, McGary played at Fife Superior Faculty, Rapp played at Bellingham’s Sehome Superior Faculty, and Sample played at Newport in Bellevue. Washington State’s Dillard played at Woodinville Superior Faculty.
One more player with Washington ties is Spokane native Brett Rypien, a quarterback out of Boise Point out who is the nephew of former Tremendous Bowl MVP and Pro-Bowl quarterback Mark Rypien.