Washburn WR Peter Afful Jr. to attend Chiefs’ native professional day
The Kansas Metropolis Chiefs will quickly play host to a different 2023 NFL draft prospect who attended Washburn College in Topeka, Kansas.
In response to his company, First Alternative Sports activities Administration, Washburn WR Peter Afful Jr. is about to attend the Chiefs’ native prospect at this time this week. Like his teammate James Letcher Jr., Afful Jr. lately competed on the College of Kansas professional day, the place he turned some heads together with his efficiency. He ran a 4.3s 40-yard sprint and posted an explosive vertical bounce (39 inches) and broad bounce (10-7). These numbers would have been among the many high on the 2023 NFL Scouting Mix.
That vertical comes as no shock, after watching a number of the highlights of his faculty profession.
Afful Jr. was a big-play machine for the Ichabods over the previous two seasons, however he had his finest yr but in 2022. The 5-foot-10 and 190-pound receiver earned Second-Workforce All-MIAA honors on the again of a 34 -catch, 660-yard and eight-touchdown marketing campaign.
He completed his Washburn profession showing in 23 video games recording 1,220 receiving yards on 63 catches with 16 touchdowns. He additionally averaged over 19.3 yards per reception, which ranked third at school historical past.
Afful Jr. will be a part of his cousin, Kansas State CB Ekow Boye-Doe, on the Chiefs’ native day this week.
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Story initially appeared on Chiefs Wire