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G.J. Kinne, QB

School: Tulsa  |  Conference: C-USA
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Mesquite, TX
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 234 lbs.
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03/13/2012 - Former University of Tulsa quarterback G.J. Kinne took advantage of his one chance to impress NFL scouts. After not being invited to last month's combine, Kinne worked out in front of representatives from 17 teams Monday at TU's Pro Day. "It was one of the most special days of my life," he said. "I came out here and really competed and put up some great numbers, and I think I answered a lot of the questions about me." Arm strength was a major concern regarding Kinne, 6-foot-1, 223 pounds. A three-year starter, he ranks second in school history for career offensive yards and touchdown passes and third in all-time passing yardage. He was named the 2010 Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year. "I could have made a little better throws, but it was pretty windy out here and I (overthrew) a couple guys," Kinne said. "At least I didn't under-throw them." In the 40-yard dash, Kinne's best time was 4.59 seconds. In the short shuttle, he slipped both times but still finished in 4.39. "I knew I was quick, but I just wanted to come out here and run a pretty good 40," he said. "I did that today. I had never run that well before until today. I was very excited about that." Since ending his career with a loss to BYU in the Armed Forces Bowl and then being named MVP of the inaugural NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, Kinne has been preparing for his audition. Among his top priorities were improving on taking snaps under center, moving in the pocket and displaying accuracy. Kinne said the scouts seemed impressed with how he performed Monday. "They said they're all going to go back and really fight for me to get drafted, so I hope that happens," he said. - Kelly Hines, Tulsa World

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