Former Colorado State linebacker Mychal Sisson has been invited to a three-day mini camp by the Seattle Seahawks, as the school announced on Sunday. Sisson was never selected during this year's NFL draft, giving him the freedom to try out for whomever he chooses.
Sisson finished off his senior year with the Rams in 2011, but injuries prevented from playing for a while during the middle of the season. Before that, he was a consistently healthy starter for Colorado State, proving to be one of the best players on the Rams' defensive unit.
During his junior season with the Rams, Sisson was named second-team all-conference in the Mountain West after leading the nation with seven forced fumbles. In Seattle, he'd potentially be joining a developing team under former USC coach Pete Carroll.