Texas receiver Marquise Goodwin tweeted Tuesday night that he would be among the participants in the annual Dallas Day workouts at the Cowboys' Valley Ranch headquarters on Wednesday.
Goodwin is from Garland and attended Rowlett High School. He recorded the fastest time at the NFl combine in the 40-yard dash and is considered a mid-to-late round pick in the upcoming NFL Draft because of raw skills as a receiver.
Goodwin played football at Texas while also competing in track where he made the 2012 Olympics in the long jump.
Among the prospects who played in high school or college in Dallas area expected to attend the workous are defensive end Margus Hunt and running back Zach Line of SMU, running back Matthew Tucker, tight end Corey Fuller, defensive end Stansley Maponga and guard Blaize Foltz of TCU, running back Eric Stephens and wide receiver Darrin Moore of Texas Tech, Baylor receiver Lanear Sampson, safety Stephen Terrell and receiver Uzoma Nwachukwu of Texas A&M, quarterback Kyle Padron of Eastern Washington and defensive tackle Casey Walker and defensive end R.J. Washington of Oklahoma.