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Eight Army players to participate in Pro Day

Eight Army football players will get their opportunity to impress NFL scouts at the team’s Pro Day Tuesday at West Point.

Linebackers and 2023 captains Jimmy Ciarlo and Leo Lowin, safety Quindrelin Hammonds, tight end Josh Lingenfelter, running back/receiver Ay’Jaun Marshall, cornerbacks Jabari Moore and Bo Nicolas-Paul and kicker Cole Talley will participate in the mini combine – running the 40-yard dash, 20-yard shuttle and 3-cone drill and benching 225 pounds and testing their vertical jump and long jump in Army’s weight room. In the past, a member of the Jets scouting department has ran the Pro Day combine.

Lingenfelter was regarded as one of the best college blocking tight ends last season, according to Pro Football Focus. NFL scouts have visited West Point to speak with Lingenfelter over the course of the 2023 season.

Coach Jeff Monken said the recent team banquet that one of opposing defensive coordinator told him before a game last season that Lingenfelter is “toughest guy in college football.”

Lowin, the team’s 2023 most valuable player, totaled 235 tackles in 47 career games. Ciarlo, a combo linebacker/defensive back, enjoyed his best season with 58 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss and three sacks. Hammonds, a two-year starter, made 129 career tackles, broke 10 passes and added three interceptions his senior season.

Moore started 44 of 58 games in his Army career, broke up 26 career passes and scored three touchdown. Nicola-Paul had a breakout senior season, tying for the team lead with three interceptions. Talley had 89 touchbacks on kickoffs during his career including 68 of 108 over the last two seasons.

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