SI.com Staff
Tuesday February 18th, 2014

Wyoming wide receiver Robert Herron averaged 13.0 yards per catch last season. Wyoming wide receiver Robert Herron averaged 13.0 yards per catch last season. (Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)

Hearing your name called on draft day is the dream for hundreds of NCAA football players. In May, that dream will become a reality for more than 200 of them.

Wide receiver Robert Herron is a dangerous deep threat, who could help any NFL team looking to stretch the field. But after four years at Wyoming, he lacks the profile of similarly talented wideouts at Penn State and Texas. Can he break onto the scene at the combine in Indianapolis? Go behind the scenes of Herron's rigorous training regiment, a regiment he hopes will allow him to stand out from the crowd. [si_video id="video_F4254282-FCC8-2167-0D40-45ECB0A52276" height="470"]

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