Eagles hold Pro Day for local talent

Eagles hold Pro Day for local talent
April 2, 2013, 6:15 pm
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Syracuse offensive lineman Justin Pugh, who grew up in Bucks County and attended Council Rock South High, was one of about 20 prospects from the region who worked out for the Eagles on Tuesday at the NovaCare Complex as part of a local Pro Day.

The 6-foot-4, 304-pound Pugh, who played tackle for the Orange and projects as a second- or third-round pick, also projects as a guard at the NFL level. He was the most marquee name of the participants, who either grew up in the area or played collegiately in the Philadelphia region.

Prospects from Temple, Delaware, Rutgers and Penn composed the group, along with Iowa cornerback Greg Castillo, a South Jersey native and son of former Eagles defensive coordinator Juan Castillo.

Not among the group were Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib, who went to Malvern Prep and is from West Chester, or North Philly native Sharrif Floyd, a top-ranked defensive tackle who played at Florida.

Here’s the full list:

Matt Brown, RB, Temple
Vaughn Carraway, FS, Temple
Greg Castillo, CB, Iowa
Brandon Copeland, LB, Penn
Marcus Green, LB, Temple
Montel Harris, RB, Temple
Brandon Jones, CB, Rutgers
Maurice Jones, CB, Temple
Robert Lohr, DE, Vanderbilt
Scott Lopano, P/K, Penn
Dylan Manni, TE, Bloomsburg
Matt Marshall, LB, Arkansas
Darryl McBride, LB, Hawaii
Robert McCabe, LB, Georgetown
Brandon McManus, PK, Temple
Adam Nelson, LS, Villanova
Justin Pugh, OG, Syracuse
Thomas Ryan, WR, Towson St.
Martin Wallace, OT, Temple
Nihja White, WR, Delaware
Norman White, WR, Villanova
Paul Worrilow, LB, Delaware
John Youboty, LB, Temple

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