Calvin Tyler Jr. runs the ball in the Utah State football game vs Air Force on Oct. 8, 2022. Photo by Lorene Hale

LOGAN – The NFL Draft came and went without any Utah State players having their names called. That wasn’t surprising to most since every Aggie prospect was projected to be on the outside looking in when it came to being drafted. But four former USU players at this point have received calls from NFL teams and will be participating in tryouts and rookie mini-camps this summer; running back Calvin Tyler Jr., safety Hunter Reynolds, wide receiver Brian Cobbs and quarterback Logan Bonner.

Tyler Jr. signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. The three others received invites to NFL mini camps. Cobbs got an invite from the Washington Commanders, Reynolds from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers while Bonner received invites from the Indianapolis Colts and Buffalo Bills.

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