Mason Kinley and Aaron Parker showed the NFL Scouts that they can play up to the competitions at the East-West Shrine Bowl.
Mason Kinley is a Division 3 (Berry College) WR and Aaron Parker is a Division 1 FCS (Rhode Island) WR. Mason was almost the hardest player to cover the whole week during practice. The way he runs his routes as well as how he’s in and out of his breaks makes it that much tougher to cover him. In One on Ones (WRs vs DBs) Mason really made the NFL Scouts take notice of him.
Aaron handled business too. In Day 2 and Day 3 of practice at the East-West Shrine Bowl is where Aaron proved he was a player to watch! He showed the NFL Scouts that he should be a NFL Draft pick in April. Aaron has been invited to the NFL Combine where he will get to show the NFL again what he can do. So don’t be surprised if you hear both their names called during the NFL Draft.
Both had amazing college football careers as well. Mason Kinley had 203 receptions, 3,343 yards receiving, and 50 Touchdowns. Aaron Parker had 216 receptions, 3,460 yards receiving, and 30 Touchdowns.
The NFL Draft is April 23-25, 2020 which will truly be a special day for them because it will be a day that they have been waiting for their whole lives.