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  If the annual NFL Combine is a little like pro football's version of speed dating, then Indianapolis is where quarterback Cole McDonald and the Tennessee Titans found some instant chemistry in February. The kind that prompted the Titans to take the former University of Hawaii quarterback in the seventh round of Saturday's NFL Draft with an eye toward the future. "He (McDonald) was somebody that stood out for us at the combine and through our evaluations and our conversations," Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said in a media conference call. "Our coaches were certainly intrigued by the player."

Between initial and subsequent conversations, Titans' general manager Jon Robinson told reporters, "We spent quite a bit of time with him (there) in the process, just getting to know him a little bit. Arthur (Smith, the offensive coordinator) and Pat (O'Hara, the quarterbacks coach) did and (they) developed a good relationship with him. (We) felt like, from a tools standpoint, he was a guy that we'd like to work with." Robinson said, "He's a guy that's got really good size, really good athleticism, ran fast, he moves around (and) he's got good arm strength." - Honolulu Advertiser


(DS#15 QB) rJr/2020 QB *Cole McDonaldHawaii
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