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The NFL combine is nearly here, and the NFL draft is two months away.
After the collegiate season, NFL draft prospects typically do anything they can to improve themselves, both physically and mentally.
By taking strides in the off-season, prospects show their potential future employers that they are willing to do whatever it takes to improve and contribute to an NFL team.
Ahead of the combine and draft, one wide-receiving prospect took his training to the next level.
Boston College WR Zay Flowers completed his training at PER4ORM in South Florida … and 13 pounds of muscle later, he appears ready to head to Indianapolis for the combine. pic.twitter.com/UxbWkWno99
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) February 27, 2023
The wide receiver and quarterback positions are two of the strongest projected groupings of this class.
Zay Flowers has been widely regarded as a top wide-receiving prospect, and a recent photo shows how much he has grown.
At a south Florida facility called Per4orm, Flowers gained 13 pounds of sheer muscle.
Flowers impressed in his final season at Boston College, putting up a season stat line of 78 receptions, 1,077 yards, and 12 touchdowns.
Although he is just 5’10,” at 183 pounds, Flowers could certainly make an impact on an NFL roster.
Depending on how he performs at the combine, Flowers could find himself in the first round of the NFL draft.
While Boston College hasn’t historically churned out high-end receiving talent in years past, Flowers could change that.
He is projected to be the highest-drafted receiver in Boston College history.
If Flowers is taken in the first round, he would be just the third skill position player to be taken in the first round in Boston College history.
Will Flowers be able to make his presence felt at the combine, impressing NFL organizations with his bulk and speed?
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