NORFOLK, Va. - Old Dominion University football hosted its annual Pro Day Friday.
While it's an annual event, 2017's version was unlike many before. 20-25 NFL teams were represented, among the largest contingent to ever attend an ODU Pro Day.
"It's a blessing," Pascal told News 3. "I don't think a lot of people understand how far a lot of us came. Most of us came in as FCS (Football Championship Series, formerly Division 1-A) recruits. Now, to have all these scouts here - it's amazing."
"This is our eighth Pro Day, and this is clearly the most talented group we've been able to display," said ODU head football coach Bobby Wilder.
"I was just looking to impress just one team," admitted David Washington. "I want a shot to get into camp - NFL, CFL, AFL, whatever. I'll do whatever it takes - I'll play long snapper, I'll line the field - I just want to play."