Former BYU Football WR Jonah Trinnaman Left NFLPA Collegiate Bowl With Flu
Trinnaman played at BYU for two seasons.
Will Trinnaman be a player that sticks in the NFL?
[UPDATE] Trinnaman left the game with the Flu
Former BYU football player Aaron Gordon is now an NFL agent. He is in Pasadena for the NFLPA game.
Earlier Edition of Article
Former BYU football wide receiver Jonah Trinnaman is expected to play in today’s NFLPA Collegiate Bowl featuring prospects that are eligible for the NFL Draft.
Trinnaman in his two seasons at BYU compiled 52 receptions for 626 yards and one touchdown.
Stats are never the barometer for how a prospect is evaluated in regards to the NFL Draft. Scouts are intrigued by Trinnaman’s breakaway speed and his ability to get behind his defender.
Trinnaman will be on the American Team along with other wide receivers Davon Grayson (East Carolina — BYU cornerback Chris Wilcox had high praise for this kid during the season), Dontez Bryd (Tennessee Tech), Jordan Gandy (Murray State), Marques Valdez-Scantling (South Florida), and Steve Mitchell (USC).
The key for Trinnaman will be his Pro Day at BYU in March. If he wants to be the next Michael Davis (former BYU cornerback) and defy the odds by sticking on a 53-man NFL roster, he’s going to need to test really well.
Trinnaman’s agent Evan Brennan joined us on ESPN 960 recently, and he said that Trinnaman has already been receiving a lot of interest from NFL teams. You can listen to that interview here:
2018 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
Time: 2 p.m. (MST)
Location: Rose Bowl Stadium (Pasadena, CA)