Trevone Boykin runs routes at TCU pro day

Former TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin is one of the most athletic players in the NFL Draft this year, but he isn’t going to be playing quarterback at the next level. He knows that and it is probably a good reason why he switched it up at his pro day on Thursday.

According to Walter Football’s Tony Pauline, Boykin ran some passing routes at the pro day, where a number of NFL scouts were on hand. This shows that he is willing to move all over the field to help any team that wants to bring him in.

“Trevone Boykin threw the ball well then ran about 10-to-12 pass patterns displaying his skill as a receiver. He looked good catching the ball. Boykin also fielded punts during the workout. I’m told the Dallas Cowboys requested Boykin run a few specific routes during the workout.”

If the Cowboys are looking to bring Boykin in, then that could really help them out in the long run. He has the ability to play quarterback if need be, but also has the athleticism to play any position on the field.

Including being a great quarterback for the Horned Frogs, Boykin rushed for 2,049 yards and 27 touchdowns. He also caught 26 passes for 204 yards during the 2013 season and two for 53 yards and a touchdown in 2014.

He may not be an immediate answer for some team in the league, but he could certainly come in to make plays. Could Boykin be the next Joe Webb or Nick Marshall?

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