BILLINGS — Troy Bacon and JoJo Bones of Rocky Mountain College will be participating in the University of Montana's NFL Pro Day on Tuesday.
Bacon, a 6-foot-5, 310-pound center from Oak Hills, California, was the starting point for a Battlin' Bears offense that was the most prolific in the Frontier Conference last season. A two-time first-team all-conference selection, Bacon helped Rocky lead the league in six different categories, including scoring, passing and total offense.
Bones is a 6-foot-1, 285-pound defensive lineman from Stockton, California. He was part of a dominant defensive front line that had the Battlin' Bears among the Frontier Conference leaders for total defense, pass defense, defending the run and points allowed. Bones had 36 total tackles — 14 solo and 22 assists. He also had five tackles for loss, including three quarterback sacks and an interception.
Both played key roles in the Battlin' Bears winning their first Frontier Conference title since 1999 and earning a spot in the NAIA playoffs since 2013.