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Draft Scout Cordarro Law News
03/24/12 - Southern Miss Pro Day: Friday was a big day for former Southern Miss defensive end Cordarro Law. Although he had one of the best seasons for a defender in Conference USA in 2011, he's mostly flown under the radar when it comes to the NFL. On Friday, Law had his chance to shine at USM's Pro Day. "I believe I opened eyes up," he said. "I showed a lot of people I can do different things. Overall, today was a good day." The 6-foot-2, 260-pound Law was impressive in his workouts, looking a step quicker as he went through drills in front of the NFL scouts. He worked out as both a linebacker and defensive end as he tries to prove he can be a pass rusher at the next level. Law was among a group of former Golden Eagles and other athletes from the region who worked out for scouts from 22 different NFL teams. Also on hand were two of the biggest names in recent USM football history - receiver DeAndre Brown and quarterback Austin Davis. Brown (6-6, 255 pounds) is giving tight end a shot afte failing to catch on last season in the Philadelphia Eagles organization as receiver. "Everybody thinks that's better for me so I'm just going to go with it," Brown said. - Patrick Magee, Hattiesburg American