2015 NFL DRAFT

Case Keenum, QB

School: Houston  |  Conference: C-USA
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Abilene, TX
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 208 lbs.
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308167-FA

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03/20/2012 - Keenum was one of 11 Cougars showcasing their skills for more than 30 scouts representing 22 NFL teams at UH's pro day at Yeoman Fieldhouse. For the 24-year-old, Monday was about showcasing his true abilities after being hampered by a hamstring injury at the NFL scouting combine in February. The Abilene native revealed that he strained his right hamstring running his second 40-yard dash at the combine and that it affected his throwing during drills. On Monday, there were no ill effects from the injury, as Keenum whizzed pass after pass to receivers on a variety of patterns, showed capable arm strength and displayed his athleticism with a 4.31-second time in the 20-yard shuttle and 6.89 seconds in the three-cone drill. He also put up a solid 18 repetitions on the bench press. "It was very important for me to show these guys that (at the combine), that was not me," Keenum said. "I have very high standards for myself and I believe in my abilities tremendously and I think I wasn't at my best. I wanted to go out there and compete. That's what I do." Receiver Patrick Edwards, who is thought of as the Cougars' most appealing draft prospect, performed for scouts for the first time since January, when he did so at the Senior Bowl. Still feeling the effects of a quadriceps injury that he suffered that week, Edwards wasn't his best, running a 4.59-second 40-yard dash and missing the signature explosion during routes that he showed on the field for UH, but he felt it important to compete, regardless of his health status. "I'm not 100 percent so I can't run my best," Edwards said. "But I wanted to come out here and show the teams that I could compete and fight through an injury." - Sam Khan Jr., The Houston Chronicle

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