NFL Draft: Dallas Cowboys Could ‘Bring Home’ Former BYU Center Tejan Koroma
Koroma’s hometown is Allen, Texas.
Tejan Koroma started all four years in his career at BYU
One week from today will be Day 3 of the 2018 NFL Draft in Arlington, Texas, and one of the individuals that are hoping to hear his name called is former BYU center Tejan Koroma from nearby Allen, Texas.
Koroma started at BYU in all four seasons of his Cougar football career. At his Pro Day performance last month, Koroma put up 32 reps in the bench press and ran a 5.2 unofficial 40 despite pulling a hamstring in the run.
Because of his height and the position he plays, Koroma is expected to be an undrafted free agent, but one team has come away very impressed with the former BYU standout and that is the hometown Dallas Cowboys.
NFL Draft analyst for NFLDraftScout.com Dane Brugler joined Cougar Sports on ESPN 960 AM on Friday and he said that the Cowboys have really liked Koroma and there’s a good chance the Cowboys could bring Koroma home after the draft is over as a priority undrafted free agent.
The NFL Draft begins on Thursday, April 26th with first-round coverage that will air on NFL Network, FOX, and ESPN. The second and third rounds will take place on Friday, April 27th and the final four rounds will conclude the draft on Saturday, April 28th. The entire draft will be hosted at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys.
You can listen to the full interview with Dane Brugler on ESPN 960 below: