NFL hopefuls show off skills for cancer patients

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (February 7, 2015) — Fourteen of the nation’s premiere collegiate athletes are in town this weekend to showcase their skills to the National Football League’s teams and scouts.

While they are here, they have set some time aside for children suffering from cancer.

The athletes held a meet and greet on Saturday with kids at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital.

The NFL hopefuls are training for the draft this weekend at St. Vincent Sports Performance Center.

They gave young cancer patients an exclusive look at their skills and ran mock drills.

Some of the kids were able to take part in the drills as well.

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