Koger readies for Michigan pro day 

March, 14, 2012
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Kevin KogerLon Horwedell/Icon SMIKevin Koger believes a sub-4.7 40 time could secure him a place in the upcoming NFL draft.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- As much as Kevin Koger wanted to last month, he couldn’t pull himself away from the television. It was kind of a forced torture, a reminder of what he felt should have been and could have been all at once while sitting in his Ann Arbor home.

On his television, in half-hour increments, was the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. The former Michigan tight end had felt he performed well enough during his career and at the East-West Shrine Game to snag an invite but instead was left out.

So he watched. And watched.
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