01/15/2013 - EAST WEST SHRINE TUESDAY EAST PRACTICE: California (Pa.) center Eric Kush missed the first half of Tuesday's practice due to a lower left leg injury that was originally thought to be much worse. He returned to the field with his left ankle heavily taped, but did have a minor limp that was noticeable for the rest of practice. However Kush battled through it and showed the toughness you want to see from an offensive lineman. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
Kush played at Division II powerhouse California (Pa.), and earned an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game, where he impressed scouts with his grit and determination to play through a left ankle injury.
He also was invited to the Texas vs. Nation all-star game, and spent the pre-draft process working out at TEST Academy in New Jersey.
Showed good toughness at the East-West Shrine Game, battling through a heavily-taped left ankle during practice. Versatile offensive lineman who started nine games at LT in 2010 before moving to center in 2011. Consisent honor roll student.