Fordham running back Chase Edmonds, who will appear in the 93rd annual East-West Shrine Game on Saturday, has been invited to the National Football League’s Scouting Combine it was announced this week.
The 93rd annual East-West Shrine Game will be held on Saturday, January 20, at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida, while the NFL Scouting Combinewill be held from February 27-March 5 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Running backs are slated to work out on Friday, March 2.
Edmonds just completed a record-setting career at Fordham where he set Patriot League and school marks in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns. He closed out his career with 5,862 career rushing yards along with 74 career touchdowns and 67 career rushing touchdown, all school and Patriot League records. His 5,862 career rushing yards is fifth best in NCAA FCS history while his 67 career rushing touchdowns is fourth best and his career rushing yards/game average of 133.2 is 14th best. He also amassed 7,374 career all-purpose yards, a school and Patriot League career record, tenth best in NCAA FCS history.
Edmonds, who was limited by injuries this year but still was named a second team All-Patriot League selection, rushed 136 times for 577 yards and five scores in seven games this fall. He also caught eleven passes for 129 yards. Despite missing four games to injury, Edmonds ranked fourth in the Patriot League in total rushing yards.
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