Carson Strong is one of 15 quarterbacks, Romeo Doubs is one of 40 wide receivers, and Cole Turner is one of 21 tight ends who will work out in front of NFL scouts and team officials at the 2022 combine.
Strong, Doubs, and Turner receive this news fresh off an appearance in the Reese's Senior Bowl where all three players shined leading up to the game. Strong complete 6-of-11 pass attempts for 67 yards, Doubs made two catches for 18 yards, and Turner reeled in two receptions for 44 yards in the Reese's Senior Bowl.
Strong was named Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Year after leading the circuit in passing yards and touchdowns. He led the nation's fourth-best passing attack which paced the conference in points per game (36.7), passing yards (365.8), and touchdown passes (37). He was also named All-Mountain West First Team for the second consecutive season.
Strong led the Wolf Pack to an 8-4 overall regular-season record and its fourth straight bowl appearance after setting a single-season program record with 36 touchdown passes. He finished the regular season with the most passing yards in the conference (4,715), which is also second all-time in a single season at Nevada. Strong finished first in the conference and 8th in the nation with a 70.0 (212 of 303) completion percentage.
Turner was named All-Mountain West Second Team after leading the conference in touchdowns for tight ends and finished with 677 receiving yards, most of his career, which was eighth in the nation amongst tight ends. Recorded a career-high 175 yards receiving against Hawaii on Oct. 16, which also was a program-best over recorded history.
Doubs was named All-Mountain West First Team, as well as a candidate for the Biletnikoff Award for the second straight year. He tied for first in the conference with 11 receiving touchdowns, second in the MW in receiving yards per game (100.8), fourth in the conference in receiving yards (1,109). Doubs posted over 1,000 yards receiving for the second straight year and finished his career with 3,322 receiving yards which put him fourth all-time in Nevada football history.
The NFL Combine takes place from March 1 to March 7 in Indianapolis, Indiana, and the NFL Draft begins on Thursday, April 28 in Las Vegas, Nevada.