David Ash retired from football in September 2014 after suffering several concussions throughout his career. After nearly three years away from the game, the quarterback has decided to pursue an NFL career.
Ash played 29 games in a Longhorn uniform, totaling 31 touchdowns and 18 interceptions in his time there. The decision to try for the NFL came after getting medical clearance to return to the sport.
Former Texas QB David Ash has been medically cleared to return to football. He will participate in Pro Day on March 28.
— Brian Davis (@BDavisAAS) March 16, 2017
If Ash performs well on March 28, there is definitely a chance that the former Longhorn could get picked up by an NFL team.