Michigan's Khalid Hill wants NFL teams to know he's not just a fullback

ANN ARBOR -- Khalid Hill might have lined up at fullback the final two seasons of his college career. But the outgoing Michigan senior wants NFL teams to know he's not married to the position. "You just try to be as versatile as possible," Hill said Friday in Ann Arbor after Michigan's pro day. "You have to bring many things to the table; you can't just be a one-dimensional guy." Hill, a 6-foot-2, 263-pound Detroit native, says he's going a lot of questions from NFL scouts about where he prefers to play. Before switching to fullback prior to the 2016 season, he spent time at tight end. His response? "Athlete," Hill said. "Don't just mark me down as a guy that plays fullback. Fullback. Tight

From Bulldog to draftee

The 2018 National Football League Draft will have a lot at stake for Ferris as Zach Sieler has a legitimate shot at hearing his named called. Sieler was one of the most dominant men in the past two seasons as a member of a ferocious Bulldog defensive line. Quarterbacks feared him on Saturdays in college and will soon fear him again on Sundays as the 6-foot-6, 290-pound lineman works his way into the professional spotlight. “I have been talking to a lot of teams with my agent. However, I can’t really name them. There’s lot of stuff going on but I’m very excited,” Sieler said. “I’m just praying I get an opportunity to be on a team and I know from there I’m going to excel.” It’s rare to see a D

WMU football Pro Day: Franklin, Phillips and Brown among biggest winners

KALAMAZOO, MI - A dozen Western Michigan seniors entered the Broncos football Pro Day with something to prove in front of NFL scouts from all 32 teams, and rarely did they disappoint. Jarvion Franklin, Darius Phillips and Asantay Brown each had different reasons for why Wednesday was crucial for their pro prospects, but all of them left an impression by day's end. After weighing in a 239 pounds at the NFL Combine in late February, Franklin trimmed down to 231 pounds for WMU's Pro Day, and showed off a much slimmer, speedier athlete, cutting his 40-yard dash time from 4.63 to 4.45 seconds. "I feel the Pro Day had a lot more ups than the Combine," Franklin said. "For one thing, I weighed in at