Here’s a look at how they did in the big events.
More on that in a minute.
Gratz tied for first among corners in the bench press with 22 reps. He also ran a 4.47-second 40-yard dash which was 14th best among corners. Gratz was fifth in the vertical jump with a leap of 38 inches. Gratz tied for 12th in the Broad Jump 10 feet, 5 inches.
Wreh-Wilson was fourth in the Broad Jump, 10′ 8″. The two-time Huskies captain ran a 4.53 40 and had 14 reps on the bench press and got up 36.5″ in the vertical. Continue reading
Reads from the week…
(Note: defensive linemen and linebacker events will be held on Monday. Corners and safeties are scheduled to bench press on Monday with the on-field testing on Tuesday. The on-field testing can be seen on the NFL Network)
What’s goin on?
Senior cornerback and captain Blidi Wreh-Wilson (hamstring) is listed as a probable for Saturday’s game at Western Michigan.
“Blidi has worked and practiced [this week],” UConn Coach Paul Pasualoni said. “I would say he’s probable.”
What’s goin on?
Here are some thoughts from the UConn players who accompanied head coach Paul Pasqualoni to Big East Media Day in Newport Tuesday….
The Huskies report to camp Thursday and begin practice Friday..Five days later they’ll be in full pads and begin full preparation for the Aug,30 season opener against UMass and the 2012 season.
As you know the Huskies are coming off a 5-7 campaign in 2011
They were picked sixth in the preseason media poll…
“When we came in,” senior cornerback and 2011 captain Blidi Wreh-Wilson said. “We had about 24, 25 freshmen. Going out this year we have like 16, 17 seniors. That should make a difference but we saw when we got here [as freshmen] we were ranked at the bottom. The Fiesta Bowl year we were ranked at the bottom. Last year, we were ranked at the bottom. This year we’re ranked at the bottom.
“The outside world doesn’t dictate what we do. We realize what our expectations are and how we’re going to carry ourselves and what we’re worried about. If we’re reading what media is saying about us and listening to what the media says about us then we’re not focusing on the things we need to focus on. This summer, through senior leadership and even some of the freshmen who have been stepping up, we decided we’re just not going to pay attention to it.” Continue reading