"This Combine Could Be My Last Resort" | 10th Year Seniors
by RENALDO Bahamian collegiate gridiron star Eugene McMinns is looking to make the transition to professional football with an upcoming trial next month. McMinns will participate in the "Diamond In The Rough" Football Combine, hosted by Bradley's Sports Performance, March 17th in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Four Canadian Football League franchises will be in attendance, including the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Montreal Alouettes, Saskatchewan Roughriders, and Toronto Argonauts. "This is pretty much my last resort, my last chance to make an impression and hopefully have a CFL team see how much of an asset I can be to their franchise. It is a great opportunity for me to get noticed and an honor to get noticed in this way. I think I have a had a pretty good college career and I'm eager to take that next step, hopefully with one of these clubs," he said. The combine testing will include two 40 yard dashes, short shuttle, one on one's, individual drills and special teams drills. McMinns