CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard hosted its annual football pro day on March 13 at Harvard Stadium and the Palmer-Dixon Strength and Conditioning Center. Four Crimson seniors and one graduate took the field, joining six prospects from other schools in the area.
Nearly half of the teams in the National Football League had scouts on hand to view the student-athletes' performances, which included defensive lineman James Duberg, tight end/fullback Anthony Firkser, offensive tackle Max Rich and defensive lineman Doug Webb. The four seniors helped the Crimson to three Ivy League championships during their four-year careers, with the team going 35-5 overall.
Additionally, former Harvard linebacker Jacob Lindsey '16 participated for the 15 scouts in attendance.
The pro day consisted of a wide array of measurements, athletic testing and positional drills, including the bench press, 40-yard dash and vertical jump.