Renell Wren: ‘When I’m Out On The Field, It’s All About Taking Care Of Business’

Apr 11, 2019 | by Ryan Mayer, CBS Chicago

(CBS Local)- The 2019 NFL Draft has a plethora of talented defensive lineman. In a day and age when teams are passing the ball with more frequency and running offenses at a higher tempo, those men up front on the line are a big part of how defenses look to attack. Even among a large group of top athletes, former Arizona State defensive lineman Renell Wren stands out because of his physical traits.

Listed at 6’5″ and 315 pounds, Wren turned heads at the combine, flashing speed in the 40, finishing top 15 with a time of 5.01, strength on the bench (30 reps, t-5th), and explosiveness in the broad jump (118 inches, t-3rd). Now, as he prepares for the NFL Draft, beginning on April 25th, Wren knows that it’s about translating those impressive physical abilities into consistent domination on the field. On that front, he had his best season of his college career as a senior under coach Herm Edwards this past year, posting 43 tackles (4.5 for loss), and a sack.

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