Maryland football has at least three prospects working out for the Baltimore Ravens on Monday, April 3, and at least one will visit the Washington Redskins on April 17.
Wide receiver Levern Jacobs, linebacker Roman Braglio and cornerback Alvin Hill will be at M&T Bank Stadium on Monday to show out for the Ravens’ scouts. Braglio played defensive end in college but has been going through the NFL Draft process working out at linebacker.
“Getting back to my high school roots,” Braglio said of the position change at Maryland’s pro day Wednesday. “Playing a lot of positions in different sports, I’m used to moving around. Just trying to bring back that athletic ability I had one day.”
Jacobs said he’s been training for draft process since the week after the Terps’ bowl game on Dec. 26. He trained at the Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland before heading to Florida to train with the coaches at IMG Academy.
“I think I’m going to get a couple calls after this,” Jacobs said. “I think I had the best day out here... I’ve been working for this since January and it all paid off. ... I can’t wait to see what happens after this. I look forward to seeing y’all in the pros.”
Hill will be present with Braglio and Jacobs in Baltimore on Monday and will also work out for Washington on April 17. Running back Trey Edmunds and defensive back Will Likely were in the process of scheduling workouts, so their plans are not currently known.
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