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Draft Scout Davin Meggett News
10/17/13 - --RB Davin Meggett was signed to the practice squad because DeMarco Murray and Lance Dunbar are expected to miss Sunday's game against the the Eagles. Joseph Randle and Phillip Tanner are the only healthy running backs left standing on the 53-man roster. Randle will get the bulk of the carries with Tanner handling short-yardage and third-down situations. The Cowboys could sign Meggett to the roster later in the week to give them some insurance on game day. Meggett is the son of former NFL star Dave Meggett. He spent time with Houston Texans last year and was cut by the Indianapolis Colts in training camp this past August.
12/13/12 - RB Davin Meggett was signed to the Colts' practice squad.
03/15/12 - After three months of training following the 2011 season, 11 former Maryland Terrapins were finally able to see the fruits of their labor. Maryland held its Pro Football Timing Day Wednesday afternoon at the Gossett Team House and practice facility. Davin Meggett, who ranks seventh on the Maryland career rushing list, and Cameron Chism, who started 32 games at cornerback, already had opportunities to display their athletic ability in-person for scouts, but for nine other former teammates this session in front of representatives from 11 teams might be their final chance to make an additional impression. Trenton Hughes, who started 16 games at cornerback the last two seasons, was one of six defensive players who worked out, joining Chism, Anthony Green, Maurice Hampton, Desmond Haynes and Shaquan Virgil. "I gave it all I had," said Hughes who trained with Hampton in Virginia Beach. "I feel like my strength and speed have improved. I think I did well on my position drills. I just dropped one ball." Meggett registered solid numbers at February's NFL Combine. He was third in the 60-yard shuttle (11.53) among running backs, tied for fifth with 23 reps on the bench press and his 40 time of 4.53 was tied for 10th. "The combine was a great experience," Meggett said. "It was a once in a lifetime opportunity." Meggett, who also played in the 2012 East-West Shine game in St. Petersburg, Fla., took part in the individual drill session with the scouts Wednesday, but was able to share his prior experiences with his former teammates. "Take it as a blessing and an opportunity to show a positive attitude," Meggett said. "That's what's going to carry you." - Maryland football