Pro day for Auclair, has his sights set on NFL

    #81 Antony Auclair, Laval Rouge et Or 2016 Vanier Cup Champions.

Laval Rouge et Or, Antony Auclair, will be looking to showcase his skills in his upcoming pro-day on Monday March 13, 2017.

The 6’6, 254 lb. tight end has drawn interest from numerous NFL teams. In May, he recorded a 34′ vertical jump, a 4.84 sec. laser-timed 40 yard dash, 4.3 sec. shuttle, and 7.0 sec. 3-cone times. He also had a strong performance in the East West Bowl which was held on January 21, 2017 in Florida.

Auclair will be the 6th Rouge et Or player that has taken part in the East West bowl game. This past season Auclair captured 17 passes for 229 yards and two touchdowns in eight regular schedule games and played a key role in the success of an offensive unit that retained an average of 36.1 points and 460.6 yards per part. Unanimous choice among the RSEQ conference stars for a second straight year, he added 12 receptions for 154 yards and a touchdown in four playoff games.

Being used as a tight end, slotback, and wide out at times, he has a combination of skills that point to him being used primarily as a tight end in the NFL. He’s big, athletic and can create mismatches because of his size.

The CFL evaluation camp in Regina, March 17-19, could also be on the agenda of Auclair, who completed his sports education degree last December.

East-West Shrine Game


 

With files from: Laval Rouge et Or, and Justin Dunk – Sportsnet

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