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Duke Ihenacho, SS

School: San Jose State  |  Conference: WAC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Carson, CA
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 213 lbs.
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Combine Results
40 Yd 20 Yd 10 Yd 225 Bench Vertical jump Broad Shuttle 3-Cone Drill
Workout Results
40 Yd 20 Yd 10 Yd 225 Bench Vertical jump Broad Shuttle 3-Cone Drill
4.68--20 3510'02"4.226.78

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03/22/2012 - Pro Day for football players is unlike any job interview one will go through in their lives, and for most of the nineteen former SJSU football players, this was their debut in front of National Football League representatives. Knowing that professional football scouts are watching the players' every move is a rarity in the domestic job hunt. "What you are trying to get out here is the sense of a job interview," long snapper Ben Zorn said. "You're trying to get an invitation for a personal workout." The job interview that occurs for players on Pro Day is based on numbers, and the desired job is a multi-million dollar NFL contract and the chance to play in front of millions of television viewers. "There can be a little pressure," safety Duke Ihenacho said. "If you're around the right people that support you, there's more support than pressure. You don't want to let anybody down, but you know that when push comes to shove that they want you to do well." To add even more pressure, proud SJSU alumnus and NFL quarterback Jeff Garcia was in attendance, dawning the familiar Spartan logo on his hat as he looked on at the action. Pro Day is for college seniors and consists of a rigorous set of workouts and drills that players must perform in front of interested NFL scouts and coaches. Ihenacho, cornerback Brandon Driver, wide receiver Mike Avila and last season's team MVP, quarterback Matt Faulkner, were all included, and every player suited up ready to impress the NFL scouts and onlookers. "You got to impress (the scouts)," Ihenacho said. "They're the guys that report back to the head coaches and assistant coaches, and they get paid a lot of money to evaluate everything about you, so you definitely got to impress them, because that's what we're here for." - Spartan Daily

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