Like lots of college football players, UConn graduating QB David Pindell has NFL dreams.

He has no idea what the next few weeks will bring.

On Wednesday, during the Huskies Pro Day, Pindell hopes to impress at least one NFL team.

His position of choice is quarterback, but the lightning quick signal caller will play anywhere.

Pindell was the bright spot in an otherwise dismal season for UConn football..

Between his feet and his arm, he racked up over 3,100 yards and was responsible for 29 TD’s.
Since then, he’s been putting in the work hours a day with the UConn strength and conditioning team.

Bigger…Faster..Stronger… He wants the next level to take notice.

Not bad for a kid who didn’t play organized sports until high school..

Football caught his eye after watching Michael Vick run circles around the competition.

Pindell thinks he still has played his best football.