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Name: Connor Slomka 
College: Army     Number: 25
Height: 5-11   Weight: 235
Position: FB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2020

40 Low: 4.72
   40 Time: 4.82
  40 High: 4.92
Projected Round:   Stock:   High: HPFA  Low: FA



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Height: 5110
Weight: 235

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Dates: 03/24/20
Hand: 08 1/4  Arm: 29 3/4
Wingspan: 70 3/4

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Weight: 235
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 Connor Slomka, Army, Player News

  05/07/20 - FB Connor SlomkaSr/2020, Army, 5-11, 235 (DS#15 FB) + More +

  Army West Point football players Cole Christiansen, Elijah Riley and Connor Slomka each received offers as undrafted free agents from National Football League teams on Saturday night. Christiansen received an offer from the Los Angeles Chargers, Riley's came from the Philadelphia Eagles while the Jacksonville Jaguars extended one to Slomka. The trio are the first to receive offers under the NFL undrafted free agent program since the secretary of defense endorsed a policy in November making it possible for exceptionally talented athletes who have graduated from a military service academy to pursue employment as professional sports athletes following graduation.

Once approved, they will be permitted to delay their commissioning and subsequent service obligation to pursue employment as professional sports athletes. "We are extremely proud of Cole, Elijah and Connor," Mike Buddie, Army West Point Director of Athletics, said. "They have all earned this opportunity through their hard work and determination while representing the Corps of Cadets on the gridiron. After spending 47 months training to serve our country, I am thrilled for them to have this opportunity to continue their playing careers, and am convinced this will only make them better officers when that time comes." - Pointer View


(DS#15 FB) Sr/2020 FB Connor SlomkaArmy
News Source: Pointer View
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  09/21/19 - FB Connor SlomkaSr/2020, Army, 5-11, 235 (DS#15 FB) + More +

  Not even a 31-point victory was enough to put a smile on Army coach Jeff Monken's face. Army rushed for six touchdowns and a season-high 403 yards on Saturday, but had to overcome some sloppy play that included two lost fumbles and seven penalties to beat struggling Morgan State 52-21. The Bears, who compete in the Championship Subdivision, haven't won a nonconference road game since a 28-3 win over Bowie State five years ago, but they led the Black Knights 14-7 early in the game before fading. "I didn't think that was up to our standards," Monken said. "That's as much to do with me as any individual player. Good enough to win the game, not good enough against everyone else we play. We've got to do better."

Artice Hobbs IV scored twice and Connor Slomka rushed for a career-high 110 yards and another score to pace the Army ground game. But Morgan State (0-3), which started the season with two bad road losses - 46-3 to Bowling Green and 63-12 to FCS power James Madison -under new coach Tyrone Wheatley, stunned Army with two straight scores in the first quarter after the Black Knights had gained a 7-0 lead on a 9-yard run by Hobbs. DeAndre Harris hit Manasseh Bailey with a 69-yard touchdown pass down the middle on a third-and-14 play to tie the game with 5:32 left in the first. Four plays later, Army quarterback Jabari Laws was blindsided and fumbled and Malachi Washington recovered for the Bears. Jabriel Johnson scored on a 25-yard run on the next play for a 14-7 lead. - Army/AP College Football


(DS#15 FB) Sr/2020 FB Connor SlomkaArmy
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  06/26/19 - FB Connor SlomkaSr/2020, Army, 5-11, 235 (DS#15 FB) + More +

  President Donald Trump has signed a presidential memorandum ordering the Pentagon to develop a new policy to allow athletes attending the nation's military academies to play professional sports immediately after graduating. The memo says student athletes graduating from the academies and Reserve Officers' Training Corps should be able to defer their military service obligations due to the "short window of time" they have to "take advantage of their athletic talents during which playing professional sports is realistically possible."

It gives the defense secretary 120 days to develop a plan. Trump had said in May that he was considering the change while presenting the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy to the U.S. Military Academy football team. Trump's own Defense Department in 2017 rescinded a policy that allowed the best athletes from the military's service academies to go straight to the pros upon graduation instead of having to first serve on active duty. That meant they had to serve two years of active duty before applying for reserve status to pursue a career in professional sports. - AP College Football


(DS#15 FB) Sr/2020 FB Connor SlomkaArmy
News Source: AP College Football
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