INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ATU) - The Indianapolis Colts opened their rookie camp on Friday, May 10, and former Arkansas Tech quarterback Tanner Marsh is one of between 25-30 players expected to participate in the event. The three-day camp, held at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center, will allow Colts head coach Chuck Pagano and his staff to evaluate talent and acclimate the prospects to the demands of the National Football League.
Pagano will conduct three full practices and two walk through sessions through Sunday, according to Colts.com.
Marsh's invitation to mini-camp comes after becoming just the second quarterback in Arkansas Tech history to throw for over 400 yards in a game, and ranking third in the Great American Conference in passing yards (2875) and total offense (301.5 yards per game), racking up the third-most passing yards in school history, the second-best completion percentage in school history (60.5), the fifth-most touchdowns (19) in school history, and second-most completions (238) in school history (all single-season marks).