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Michael DiCroce, Wide Receiver
Height: 5.11 | Weight: 190 | Born: Hamilton, ON | College: McMaster

By the Numbers - 2013 CFL Combime:
40-Yard Dash: 4.583s (5th overall)
Bench Press:
9 reps
Broad Jump:
9'8.00"
Vertical Jump:
36.50"
3-Cone:
7.254s
Shuttle:
4.240s


By the Numbers - Collegiate Career:
2012: Missed regular season (injury)
2011: 48 receptions, 904 yards, 6 TD
2010: 29 receptions, 514 yards, 2 TD
2012 Vanier Cup Stats: 9 receptions, 90 yards
2011 Vanier Cup Stats:
7 receptions, 102 yards
Honours and Awards: OUA 1st team All-Star, 2011 OUA MVP,2011 Hec Crighton Nominee


Duane Forde's take:
“I thought DiCroce, particularly by running well, and I thought he had a couple of good one-on-one reps, had a good combine. I thought for DiCroce the big question mark was where he was health-wise after the season he had last year. He was more of a question mark than a low grade for me coming in. I think he probably lived up to closer to the higher side of what he is.”

“My one hesitation with Mike, compared to a kid like Haidara, is I think Mike is going to be limited to only being a Z (outside) receiver, I don’t think he’s going to be a guy who can play in the slot. He has trouble getting off the jam and I saw that still existed with the guys that were most physical with him during the one-on-ones on Sunday of the combine. He still has some trouble getting off of the jam. That’s why I see him as a guy that’s probably just going to be a Z receiver.”

“Other than my one hesitation with him, I think you saw mostly positive from Mike DiCroce. I think you can certainly qualify that as his stock up from the question mark that he had coming in. Right now he’s closer to the guy who was a Hec Crighton finalist in 2011 than the guy who was injured in 2012.”

Combine Interview Room: DiCroce Meets Stampeders

Prospect Profile: Michael  DiCroce

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4 Tyler Varga Yale RB
5 Nic Demski Manitoba WR
6 Sean McEwen Calgary OL
7 Sukh Chungh Calgary OL
8 Danny Groulx Laval OL
9 Addison Richards Regina WR
10 Jacob Ruby Richmond OL
 
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