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NFL Draft Watch: Super Sleeper Defensive Lineman Dillon Quinn (Fordham Pro Day)
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16 Mar 2014 09:03 AM EST

-by Robert Brewer, Contributing Writer; Image: Dillon Quinn sacks NC State’s Mike Glennon. (Image Source: Associated Press)

Here’s a look at diamond in the rough Dillon Quinn:

Former Boston College Eagle defensive tackle Dillon Quinn worked out at Fordham University's Pro Day on March 5th. An impressive physical specimen, Quinn measured in at 6'6” and a lean 280 pounds.

According to, Quinn's unofficial time in the 40-yard dash was 5.03. Other unofficial numbers include 30 reps of 225 pounds on the bench, 33.5 inch arms, 9'3” broad jump, 30.5” vertical jump, 4.46-4.55 range on the short shuttle, and 7.45 in the 3-cone drill.

Quinn played three years at BC before leaving the team for personal reasons and transferring to C.W. Post. Playing defensive tackle at over 300 pounds for most of his college career, Quinn looks to have dropped a significant amount of weight and may translate well as a five-technique defensive end in a 3-4 scheme at the next level.

Below is the full video of every drill that Quinn performed. Representatives from five NFL teams were in attendance for this workout.

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