PORLTAND, Ore.--Oshay Dunmore's football career has led him many places--some more expected than others.
Recruited by Chip Kelly out of high school, the former Oregon Duck has had stops at Illinois State and Southern Oregon University over the past three years. Despite the frequent change of scenery, the ultimate goal of a career in the NFL has remained the same.
After a dominant performance with SOU in 2017, which landed him a place on the All-NAIA first team, Dunmore has shifted his focus to a professional career and is now training in Portland at Pro Baller Fitness with the hopes of landing an invitation to the NFL Combine.
Only the top 330 college football players receive an invite, so if Dunmore finds himself on the outside of the cut, he'll have Regional Combines and pro days at Oregon, Portland State and UCLA to fall back on.
John Barnes, Dunmore's trainer, said each workout consists of olympic weight lifting and intense speed agility work.
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