INDIANAPOLIS – Maurice Hurst’s NFL career may be on hold … or worse.
The Michigan defensive lineman, widely regarded as a likely first-round pick in April’s NFL draft, will not work out at the scouting combine after being diagnosed with a heart condition, according to an ESPN report. Hurst will undergo further testing according to the report.
A 6-2, 288-pounder, Hurst’s versatility and explosiveness were among the attributes that could make him a value commodity at the pro level if he gets a clean bill of health.
Hurst shares the same name with his father, a defensive back for the New England…