There was an unspoken message being delivered on Thursday when the NFL came to town for West Virginia University’s Pro Day, not exactly one Dana Holgorsen wanted to hear.
Last season he had produced a record-shattering passing game with the Mountaineers, good enough so that the NFL scouts were drawn not only to watch quarterback Geno Smith display his ample skills, but also to see a wide receiver talent unlike they could see anywhere else.
Not only were treated to Tavon Austin’s one-of-a-kind skills and Stedman Bailey’s fluid and graceful moves, but they saw in K.D. Woods a solid No. 3 receiver and raw, unpolished gem of an athlete in Ryan Nehlen, who out-tested everyone else on the day and showed an ability to run routes and catch the football.
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