HARRISONBURG, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- After three years as a stalwart on the James Madison offensive line, former St. Anne's Belfield standout Aaron Stinnie is looking to make it at the next level.
Last Friday, JMU hosted their NFL Pro Day with 24 teams in attendance, 23 NFL teams and 1 Canadian team.
It was a chance for Stinnie and the other 12 seniors to impress scouts. The senior offensive tackle felt he did exactly that.
"I think everybody was pleased with the way that I did things," Stinnie said about his workout. "A lot of guys told me that they liked the way that I worked out, so that was good to hear."
Stinnie right now is projected by one site to go in the 7th round or be an undrafted free agent. Teams see the STAB product as either a tackle or guard at the next level. Now he's hoping he did enough at his pro day to workout for NFL teams.
"Right now I'll be continuing to train, cardio, strength, things like that," Stinnie said. "Hopefully I get some calls to go do different workouts, so if that comes then that's a good sign right there."
Stinnie and the rest of the senior class went 46-9 during their careers, while also winning the 2016 national championship.