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PROVO, Utah (July 8, 2010) - Former BYU running back Harvey Unga worked out for NFL scouts from 20 different teams on Thursday in preparation for the upcoming NFL Supplemental Draft.
Unga, BYU's all-time leading rusher in only three full years with the program, participated in regular combine drills during a personal workout for over two hours at the Student Athlete Building complex.
"I'm just looking for a shot or an open door," Unga said. "I felt good about everything and am just thankful for the guys that came out. I did all that I could."
After being measured and weighed, Unga bench pressed and tested his vertical and standing long jump. After going outside, Unga ran two 40-yard dashes, then participated in various drills testing his speed, feet and hands.
"There's been a lot of outside help. I've talked to [former Cougars] Fuhi [Vakapuna], Fahu [Tahi] and Manase [Tonga]," Unga said. "There's a lot of help especially from the Polynesian guys. We're a tight-knit group."
The NFL Supplemental Draft will be held July 15. After the order for the draft (roughly worst record first and then continuing on to the best record) is determined, each team submits to the league via email the name of the player(s) they are interested in, as well as the round of the supplemental draft they would like to choose them in. The team that submits the highest bid is awarded rights to the player. If more than one team bids a pick from the same round, the team with the highest pick in the round wins out.
If a team uses a pick in the Supplemental Draft, they must forfeit their choice in the corresponding round of the 2011 NFL Draft.