Austin Apodaca, former Silver Creek quarterback, will be hosted by the Bills for a workout next week. Apodaca went undrafted in the 2017 season, and after drawing interest from the Denver Broncos he then signed a 2-year contract with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the CFL. After his season in Winnipeg, Austin played in the Spring League in Texas to show the NFL scouts his abilities on the big stage.

As a Longmont native, Apodaca was named North Conference Offensive Player of the year, All-Colorado honors by the Denver Post, and All-State honors by PrepColorado.com before committing to Washington State University.

In college, Austin played at Washington State, Mesa Community College, and finished at the University of New Mexico. Even after moving schools throughout college, Apodaca left the scouts speechless by throwing a football 61 mph, which set an NFL combine record.

Tim Jenkins said of Austin: “Austin has never given up on his dream. He continues to put in the work in day in and day out. Any second he is not working with one of his QB’s he trains he is grinding at his craft and it is paying off for him.”

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