2017 NFL Pro Day Results



2017 NFL Pro Day Results will be posted here as they come in. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.





2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, April 7, 7:15 p.m.

TCU
The final pro day took place on Friday at TCU. There were only a couple of prospects of note:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Aviante Collins
OL
6-4
292
--
--
--
--
7.85
24
8-6
--
--
Deante Gray
WR
5-8
185
4.38
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--

Aviante Collins is a late-round prospect with bad film. He ran a 4.77 40, but has a history of track that helped him out in that regard. Meanwhile, defensive end Josh Carraway stood on his numbers as well. He could also be taken in the final rounds, though he struggled in the drills.





2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, April 6, 10:25 p.m.

Baylor
K.D. Cannon and several Baylor prospects worked out at their pro day:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
K.D. Cannon
WR
5-11
174
--
--
--
--
7.10
--
--
--
--
Shock Linwood
RB
5-9
201
4.72
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Orion Stewart
DB
6-0
203
4.58
--
--
--
7.05
37.5
10-5
--
--
Ishmael Zamora
WR
6-3
224
4.53
--
--
13
7.10
40
11-1
--
--

Ishmael Zamora posted some impressive numbers for a 6-3, 224-pound receiver. He's a borderline draftable prospect who definitely helped himself. Conversely, Shock Lindwood's 4.72 was a disaster. He skipped his bowl game to prepare for the draft. Oops.

Seth Russell sat on his combine numbers. He had an average passing workout, as he had some issues with ball placement.






2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, April 5, 12:55 p.m.

LSU
Several talented prospects took the field during LSU's pro day, including a top-10 pick:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Jamal Adams
DB
6-0
212
4.33
--
--
--
--
--
--
9 3/8
32 1/8
Kendell Beckwith
DB
6-2
245
DNP
--
--
--
--
--
--
9 1/2
36 3/4
Josh Boutte
OL
6-4
351
5.25
--
--
28
8.11
27
8-7
10 3/8
32 5/8
Tashawn Bower
DL
6-4
250
4.73
--
--
--
7.11
34
10-4
9 3/4
33
Malachi Dupre
WR
6-2
196
4.46
--
--
--
--
--
--
9 1/2
32
Travin Dural
WR
6-1
199
4.57
--
--
--
--
--
--
8 3/4
32
Leonard Fournette
RB
6-0
228
DNP
--
--
--
--
--
--
9 1/8
31 3/4
Davon Godchaux
DL
6-3
301
DNP
--
--
22
7.82
29.5
8-8
10 1/4
32 5/8
Cyril Grayson
WR
5-9
178
4.33
--
--
7.02
14
34.5
10-7
9
30 1/2
Rickey Jefferson
DB
5-11
208
4.58
--
--
17
6.96
35.5
10-0
8 5/8
30 3/4
Colin Jeter
TE
6-6
251
4.75
--
--
20
7.11
31
9-3
9
32 5/8
Lewis Neal
DL
6-0
261
4.72
--
--
23
7.54
31
9-9
10
33 3/8
Ethan Pocic
OL
6-6
317
DNP
--
--
--
--
--
--
10
32 1/2
Duke Riley
LB
6-0
230
4.59
--
--
--
--
--
--
9 1/4
31 3/4
DeSean Smith
TE
6-4
240
4.94
--
--
14
7.39
28.5
9-3
9 5/8
31 1/4
Dwayne Thomas
DB
6-0
195
4.59
--
--
18
7.19
33.5
9-11
8 7/8
31 1/2
Tre'Davious White
DB
5-11
193
4.47
--
--
--
--
--
--
9 1/8
32 3/8

Yes, Jamal Adams ran a 4.33. He logged a 4.56 at the combine, so I'm sure the NFL will do a full investigation on whether or not Adams was using the Pegasus Boots or not. Other prospects ran comparative 40 times from the combine (Duke Riley ran a 4.59 today after a 4.58 at the combine), so it's not like everyone was able to benefit from a fast track.

Update: Tre'Davious White ran a 4.47 at his pro day, which matched exactly what he did at the combine. He stood on the rest of his numbers. I have him going off the board with the final first-round pick in my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

Leonard Fournette didn't do anything outside of drills, but he did measure in at 228 pounds. Anyone who still had lingering concerns about his combine weight can relax now.

You may notice that another LSU player ran a 4.33. That was Cyril Grayson, who was a track athlete at LSU. He'll have to catch on as a return specialist as a UDFA.




2017 Pro Day Notes: Tuesday, April 4, 10:45 p.m.

Indiana
Only one player of note did the testing drills:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Devine Redding
RB
5-8
201
4.60
--
--
18
6.86
33
--
--
--

Redding is a borderline draftable prospect. The main attraction of Indiana's pro day was Dan Feeney. The talented guard stood on his combine numbers, but had a terrific workout. Feeney is slotted near the top of the second round of my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.




2017 Pro Day Notes: Monday, April 3, 10:25 p.m.

Ole Miss
Chad Kelly's troubles continued during his pro day, but first, the numbers:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Quincy Adeboyejo
WR
6-3
197
DNP
--
--
--
--
37
--
--
--
Derrick Jones
WR
6-2
189
4.46
--
--
--
--
41
11-0
--
--
Akeem Judd
RB
5-11
225
4.53
--
--
--
--
32.5
9-6
--
--
Damore'ea Stringefellow
WR
6-2
225
4.66
--
--
17
--
--
10-10
--
--

Kelly was set to have a limited workout because of his knee problems. After a few throws at his pro day, he had to shut it down because he injured his wrist. It's just another hurdle for Kelly, who also has off-the-field concerns.

Speaking of off-field issues, Damore'ea Stringefellow had to make the most out of his pro day because he wasn't invited to the combine. Stringefellow ran a disappointing 4.66 40, so he hurt his draft stock as well.





2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 31, 10:45 p.m.

West Virginia
There are a ton of numbers available from the West Virginia pro day:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Christian Brown
DL
6-2
298
5.32
--
--
34
7.89
26
8-5
--
--
Antonio Crawford
DB
5-10
185
4.51
--
--
--
6.81
32.5
--
--
--
Rasul Douglas
DB
6-2
209
4.57
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Maurice Fleming
DB
6-0
205
4.51
--
--
19
6.84
32
9-7
--
--
Shelton Gibson
WR
5-11
191
4.39
--
--
--
--
--
10-1
--
--
Jarrod Harper
DB
6-0
210
4.56
--
--
15
6.72
32
9-11
--
--
Darrien Howard
DL
6-0
302
4.97
--
--
26
7.17
--
9-4
--
--
Skyler Howard
QB
5-11
207
4.64
--
--
--
7.43
32
9-7
--
--
Nana Kyeremeh
DB
5-10
186
4.57
--
--
7
6.99
32
10-0
--
--
Devonte Mathis
WR
6-1
220
4.57
--
--
11
7.03
26.5
9-3
--
--
Noble Nwachukwu
DL
6-1
268
DNP
--
--
--
7.27
31.5
--
--
--
Tyler Orlosky
OL
6-3
298
5.32
--
--
--
7.91
26.5
8-6
--
--
Adam Pankey
OL
6-4
313
5.28
--
--
--
7.83
28
9-5
--
--
Khairi Sharif
DB
5-8
181
4.64
--
--
16
--
34.5
9-11
--
--
Rushel Shell
RB
5-10
227
4.65
--
--
--
7.06
--
9-4
--
--
Daikiel Shorts
WR
6-0
204
4.57
--
--
16
7.13
33.5
10-4
--
--
Jeremy Tyler
DB
5-11
208
4.70
--
--
11
6.94
32.5
9-4
--
--
Sean Walters
LB
6-2
228
4.83
--
--
15
7.02
29
9-5
--
--

Shelton Gibson ran a disappointing 4.50 40 at the combine, so it was nice to see him improve to 4.39 at his pro day.

Tyler Orlosky didn't test well, but he's a sound center prospect who figures to be chosen in the third or fourth round.





2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 31, 10:05 p.m.

Texas Tech
A report on Patrick Mahomes, but first, a couple of prospects had some interesting numbers:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Tyler Scalzi
TE
6-3
238
--
--
--
37
--
36
10-6
--
--
Luke Stice
LB
6-0
230
--
--
--
28
--
32.5
9-6
--
--

Mahomes didn't do the testing drills, but a number of high-level executives were on hand to see him throw the ball around. Mahomes had some deep misses, but those had to do with his receivers. Mahomes showed off terrific arm strength, and he even worked under center, which he did not do at Texas Tech. Mahomes is working hard on his mechanics, and because of his work ethic, he could emerge as the top quarterback in this class. I have Mahomes in the first round of my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

The other prospect worth noting is Tyler Scalzi, who posted some impressive numbers in the testing drills. Scalzi could be an interesting UDFA pick-up.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 31, 9:05 p.m.

Tennessee
Derek Barnett headlined Tennessee's pro day, which featured three prospects who could be chosen in the first half of the 2017 NFL Draft:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Derek Barnett
DL
6-3
259
4.90
--
--
20
7.12
31
--
--
--
Kenny Bynum
LB
6-1
235
DNP
--
--
--
7.65
--
--
--
--
Jason Croom
TE
6-4
246
4.63
--
--
--
7.41
34
--
--
--
Malik Foreman
DB
5-11
187
4.37
--
--
11
7.40
35.5
--
--
--
Alvin Kamara
RB
5-10
214
DNP
--
--
--
7.06
--
--
--
--
LaTroy Lewis
DL
6-4
256
4.89
--
--
21
7.43
32
--
--
--
Danny O'Brien
DL
6-2
301
5.12
--
--
25
7.72
35.5
--
--
--
Jalen Reeves-Maybin
LB
6-0
230
4.65
--
--
--
7.39
35.5
--
--
--
Cameron Sutton
DB
5-11
188
DNP
--
--
--
7.09
--
--
--
--
Corey Vereen
DL
6-2
249
--
--
--
26
7.56
28.5
--
--
--
Dylan Wiesman
OL
6-3
310
5.09
--
--
27
8.03
28.5
--
--
--

Alvin Kamara and Cameron Sutton stood on their combine numbers, save for the 3-cone drill.

Derek Barnett, meanwhile, ran the 40, but managed just a 4.90. He also posted a lackluster 31-inch vertical, which was originally reported at 37 inches. Barnett was reportedly battling a hamstring injury during the workout.




2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 31, 1:45 p.m.

Texas A&M
The presumptive No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft worked out and actually ran the 40 at his pro day:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Jermaine Eluemunor
OL
6-4
334
DNP
--
--
--
7.63
28.5
8-7
--
--
Justin Evans
DB
6-0
195
4.57
--
--
--
--
41.5
10-9
--
--
Myles Garrett
DL
6-4
268
4.57
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Avery Gennesy
OL
6-3
314
5.40
--
--
--
--
25
7-11
--
--
Daeshon Hall
DL
6-6
264
DNP
--
--
--
--
--
9-11
--
--
Speedy Noil
WR
5-11
202
4.45
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Josh Reynolds
WR
6-3
193
4.54
--
--
--
--
36
--
--
--
Ricky Seals-Jones
TE
6-5
246
DNP
--
--
--
--
31
10-1
--
--

Garrett was tremendous at the combine, in part because he ran 4.64 at about 270 pounds. Well, he was even more impressive at his pro day, dropping his 40 to a ridiculous 4.57. He's all but locked up the top spot, as seen in the 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

Other Texas A&M prospects who were impressive at their pro day include Jermaine Eluemunor, Daeshon Hall and Speedy Noil. Ricky Seals-Jones worked out as a tight end and did quite well by all accounts.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, March 30, 9:30 p.m.

UT-Chattanooga
UT-Chattanooga has a potential second-day prospect:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Keionta Davis
DL
6-3
268
4.71
--
--
30
--
37
10-1
--
--

Davis performed well in the drills and solidified his status as a borderline second-day pick. Tony Pauline reported that the Bengals met with Davis.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, March 30, 9:20 p.m.

UNLV
UNLV doesn't have sure-fire draft prospects, but two players will be on UDFA radars:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Tai Lotulelei
LB
6-0
229
4.83
--
--
22
6.94
34.5
10-1
--
--
Torry McTyer
DB
5-11
178
4.41
--
--
10
6.94
33.5
10-6
--
--




2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, March 30, 9:00 p.m.

Ohio
Ohio is not a major-conference program, but it has two prospects who will likely be chosen on Day 2:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Tarrell Basham
DL
6-4
268
4.70
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Blair Brown
LB
5-11
240
DNP
--
--
22
--
38
9-7
--
--

Per Tony Pauline, the Bengals have Basham as a second-round candidate. Brown, meanwhile, might be even better. His 38-inch vertical is impressive at his size.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 29, 9:40 p.m.

Miami
Miami doesn't have many top-end draft prospects, with David Njoku probably being the only Hurricane to be selected prior to Day 3. Here were the 40 times:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Jamal Carter
DB
6-1
218
4.60
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Adrian Colbert
DB
6-0
205
4.44
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Stacy Coley
WR
6-1
195
4.33
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Stan Dobard
TE
6-4
265
4.74
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Corn Elder
DB
5-10
183
4.45
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Jermaine Grace
LB
6-1
223
4.50
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Malcolm Lewis
WR
5-10
190
4.44
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Al-Quadin Muhammad
DL
6-3
253
4.78
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
David Njoku
TE
6-4
246
4.49
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Marquez Williams
RB
5-10
275
4.70
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Joe Yearby
RB
5-9
195
4.73
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--

Njoku improved his 40 time from the combine (4.64) to 4.49 at his pro day. That will help his first-round status; I have him going to the Broncos in my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

Brad Kaaya didn't do any testing drills, but he thrived in the field workout. He has a chance of being selected in the third round.

Jermaine Grace is worth noting because he checked in at 223 pounds. He was listed at 205 in college. Considering that, his 40 time was pretty solid.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 29, 1:40 a.m.

Texas
With only one-sure draftable prospect in D'Onta Foreman, the Texas program isn't nearly what it used to be. In fact, did you know that there hasn't been a Texas offensive lineman selected in the NFL Draft since 2008? Crazy. At any rate, here are the 40s:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Caleb Bluiett
TE
6-3
257
4.70
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Paul Boyette
DL
6-3
317
5.25
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
D'Onta Foreman
RB
6-0
234
4.45
--
--
--
--
33
10-0
--
--
Dylan Haines
DB
6-1
200
4.60
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Kent Perkins
OL
6-5
320
5.24
--
--
35
--
--
--
--
--
Tyrone Swoopes
TE
6-3
249
4.69
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Jacorey Warrick
WR
5-10
173
4.50
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--

Foreman looked great in all facets, running an exceptional 4.45 40 and jumping 33 inches vertically. Not bad for a 234-pound back! Foreman helped his draft stock, as he looked good in the drills as well. He may have cemented himself into the second round.

I mentioned earlier that no Texas offensive lineman has been taken in the NFL Draft since 2008. Tackle-guard Kent Perkins may buck that trend. I'd lean toward him being a UDFA, but he has a shot at the late rounds. He had a strong pro day as well.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 29, 1:20 a.m.

Florida State
Jalen Tabor and Dalvin Cook were two draft prospects from the state of Florida who bombed the combine. While Tabor failed to improve his stock at his school's pro day, Cook helped himself:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Dalvin Cook
RB
5-11
213
4.43
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Roderick Johnson
OL
6-7
298
--
--
--
--
--
--
8-7
--
--
Travis Rudolph
WR
6-0
189
4.56
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Freddie Stevenson
RB
6-0
234
--
--
--
--
--
--
9-4
--
--
DeMarcus Walker
DL
6-4
280
4.76
--
--
20
--
--
9-7
--
--
Kermit Whitfield
WR
5-8
185
4.33
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--

A 4.43 40 won't blow anyone away, but Cook did at least improve his time from 4.49. I wish he would've tried the 3-cone again because that's more important, and his 7.2 time at the combine was slow, but he opted not to repeat that drill. Cook otherwise looked good and should be a top-20 pick. I have him going to the Bengals in my new 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

DeMarcus Walker had an even better pro day, timing a 4.76 40, which is hilariously nearly as fast as Jalen Tabor ran (4.73) at the Florida pro day. Walker is 81 pounds heavier than Tabor.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Tuesday, March 28, 11:20 p.m.

Florida
Jalen Tabor's draft stock has continued to plummet. Other Gators impressed:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Jarrad Davis
LB
6-1
238
4.56
--
--
23
--
38.5
10-9
--
--
Joey Ivie
OL
6-3
300
4.97
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Marcus Maye
DB
6-0
207
4.49
--
--
--
7.07
33.5
--
--
--
Jalen Tabor
DB
6-0
199
4.73
--
--
--
--
32
--
--
--

Tabor ran a 4.62 at the combine, but many thought he would do what Joe Haden did and turn his poor combine 40 into a solid run at the pro day. Tabor was somehow slower by .11 seconds. A horrible 40 time doesn't necessarily mean Tabor will be terrible in the pros, but it's not a good sign. A 4.60 is the benchmark for cornerbacks, and Tabor was way worse than that. He's slower than some defensive linemen, and his linebacker teammate was two-tenths of a second faster. That's insane.

Jarrad Davis had a terrific workout and could be picked in the first round as a result. Marcus Maye was also exceptional in the drills. Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com reported that Maye met with the Steelers, Browns and Texans.

Quincy Wilson and Alex Anzalone stood on their combine numbers.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Tuesday, March 28, 1:00 a.m.

Western Kentucky
Forrest Lamp stood on his combine numbers. Here were some of the others:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Max Halpin
OL
6-2
295
--
--
--
35
--
--
--
--
--
Branden Leston
DB
6-2
205
--
--
--
--
6.65
37
--
--
--
Nicholas Norris
WR
5-9
175
--
--
--
--
--
37
10-5
--
--
Anthony Wales
RB
5-9
194
--
--
--
--
6.95
--
--
--
--

Safety Branden Leston was the top performer at the pro day with a 6.65 3-cone and 37-inch vertical. Leston was a star special-teamer for Western Kentucky. Perhaps he'll contribute on special teams in the pros as well. He'll be a UDFA target.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Monday, March 27, 11:30 p.m.

Houston
Some very interesting things happened at Houston's pro day. First, the numbers:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Cameron Malveaux
DL
6-5
277
--
--
--
--
--
37.5
10-5
--
--
Tyler McCloskey
TE
6-1
237
--
--
--
25
--
--
--
--
--
B.J. Singleton
DL
6-3
312
--
--
--
26
--
--
--
--
--
Greg Ward
WR
5-10
182
4.58
--
--
--
6.96
34.5
9-7
--
--
Brandon Wilson
DB
5-10
198
4.36
--
--
24
--
41
11-1
--
--
Howard Wilson
DB
6-1
184
4.58
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--

Tyus Bowser, Houston's top prospect, was content enough to stand on his combine numbers. He's a likely second-round pick who could be chosen in Round 1. I have him slotted to the Packers in the second round of my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

Two pieces of big news:

1. Howard Wilson, who failed to improve upon his combine 40, refused to participate in the workout drills. Every single healthy prospect does the drills, yet Wilson apparently thought he was above that. Scouts urged him to workout, but he wouldn't change his mind. This is definitely going to hurt his draft stock.

2. Brandon Wilson posted terrific workout numbers, and he could be chosen in the late rounds. Wilson was a cornerback at Houston, but he could transition to running back in the pros; he started a couple of games at running back at Houston and looked very good. The Seahawks have shown interest.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 24, 10:30 p.m.

Utah
A Utah prospect who wasn't invited to the combine would've posted the top number at one of the testing drills:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Hunter Dimick
DL
6-3
268
4.69
--
--
38
--
--
--
--
--
Tim Patrick
WR
6-4
210
4.45
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--

Hunter Dimick was a combine snub, yet his 38 bench reps would've put him atop that category. For those wondering, the NFL record is 49 reps by Stephen Paea. Dimick should be a late-round pick.

Utah's top prospects - Garett Bolles, Marcus Williams, Isaac Asiata, Sam Tevi - stood on their combine numbers.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 24, 10:20 p.m.

BYU
BYU has one sure-fire draftable prospect. Others worked out as well:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Michael Davis
DB
6-2
195
4.34
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Andrew Eide
OL
6-4
303
5.12
--
--
33
--
31
9-6
--
--
Taysom Hill
QB
6-2
225
4.44
--
--
--
--
38.5
10-2
--
--
Harvey Langi
LB
6-2
251
4.60
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Kai Nacua
DB
6-1
216
4.50
--
--
15
6.84
39
10-7
--
--
Jamaal Williams
RB
6-0
212
4.53
--
--
--
7.07
33
DNP
--
--

Jamaal Williams is BYU's top prospect, and he did well at his pro day. He improved his 40 time from 4.59 to 4.53, and he also dropped his 3-cone from 7.25 to 7.07. Williams could come off the board early on Day 3.

Two other BYU prospects performed well. Taysom Hill had a great workout, while 6-2 corner Michael Davis ran a 4.34 40. Some team might give Davis a chance as a UDFA, but he has off-the-field issues; he was charged with misdemeanor counts of assault and riot a couple of years ago.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 24, 8:55 p.m.

California
Cal's pro day was ruined by a torrential downpour. A couple of prospects were still able to work out:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Chad Hansen
WR
6-2
202
4.44
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Khalfani Muhammad
RB
5-7
174
4.34
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--

Davis Webb stood on his numbers, but everyone was in attendance to see him throw anyway. Unfortunately, Webb's workout was ruined by the heavy rain, with some of his passes being inaccurate as a result of the wet conditions. I have Webb in the second round of my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

Chad Hansen improved his 40 time from the combine, which was 4.53. Some clocked him in the low 4.4s. Better yet, Hansen looked good in the drills, catching the ball well despite the horrible conditions.

Khalfani Muhammad's 40 time is nice, but he's 5-7, 174. He'll be a UDFA who will have to catch on as a special-teams player.

Michigan
Michigan is a huge pro day with lots of participants, so here are the numbers:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Taco Charlton
DL
6-6
251
4.83
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Jehu Chesson
WR
6-3
204
4.46
--
--
13
--
39.5
--
--
--
Amara Darboh
WR
6-2
216
DNP
--
--
DNP
6.81
36.5
DNP
--
--
Taco Charlton
DL
6-6
251
4.83
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Ryan Glasgow
DL
6-3
300
DNP
--
--
24
DNP
DNP
DNP
--
--
Jourdan Lewis
DB
5-10
182
4.45
--
--
DNP
6.88
DNP
DNP
--
--
De'Veon Smith
RB
5-11
223
4.75
--
--
--
7.00
--
--
--
--
Channing Stribling
DB
6-1
185
4.57
--
--
DNP
7.14
33.5
10-1
--
--
Chris Wormley
DL
6-5
297
4.82
--
--
DNP
7.08
31.5
9-2
--
--

Jabrill Peppers was one of several Michigan players to stand on his combine numbers. Peppers worked out and wasn't very impressive. It's disappointing that he couldn't build off his combine performance. Peppers is a likely late first-round pick.

Taco Charlton improved his 40 from the combine (4.92) and looked good in the drills, as did Amara Darboh.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, March 23, 10:10 p.m.

Notre Dame
DeShone Kizer worked out today, but first, the numbers:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Jarron Jones
DL
6-6
310
5.51
--
--
--
8.62
24.5
8-6
--
--
DeShone Kizer
QB
6-4
237
DNP
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Cole Luke
DB
5-11
198
4.60
--
--
11
6.82
35.5
9-5
--
--
James Onwualo
LB
6-1
228
4.75
--
--
24
7.25
36
9-11
--
--

DeShone Kizer had a middling workout. He showed off a big arm and athleticism, as he was expected to. However, Kizer also displayed accuracy issues. He misfired on 10 of 64 passes. Granted, some were drops, but ball placement was an issue. It's becoming clearer that Kizer has a good chance of dropping to the second round, which is what I have happening in my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

Elsewhere, Jarron Jones posted some brutal testing numbers. His draft is also pointed downward.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, March 23, 9:55 p.m.

Ohio State
The 40 times from the Ohio State pro day are in:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Jarrod Barnes
DB
5-11
193
4.81
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Noah Brown
WR
6-2
222
4.57
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Craig Fada
LB
6-1
225
5.07
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Corey Smith
WR
6-0
188
4.68
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Dontre Wilson
WR
5-10
187
4.59
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--

As you can see, the top Ohio State prospects didn't run their 40s. Most of them did work out, however.

The big news is that Gareon Conley looked better than Marshon Lattimore during the on-field drills, according to Charlie Campbell's sources. Both are in the first round of my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 23, 1:05 a.m.

Duke
Duke has no obvious draftable prospects, but here are their pro day numbers:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Breon Borders
DB
5-11
189
4.45
--
--
--
6.98
34
10-0
--
--
Corbin McCarthy
DB
5-9
208
4.41
--
--
--
7.28
36
10-0
--
--
Anthony Nash
WR
6-4
211
4.38
--
--
--
7.22
37.5
10-4
--
--

Anthony Nash posted some terrific testing numbers. However, he has just 66 career catches. Teams will have to dig into his tape to determine if he's worth a priority UDFA designation.

Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh had some interesting prospects show off during Wednesday's pro day:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Adam Bisnowaty
OL
6-5
304
--
--
--
--
7.28
--
--
--
--
James Conner
RB
6-1
237
--
--
--
--
7.41
--
--
--
--
Dontez Ford
WR
6-1
212
4.58
--
--
15
6.98
36
10-7
--
--
Scott Orndoff
TE
6-4
253
4.72
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Ejuan Price
DL
5-11
236
4.68
--
--
--
6.98
--
--
--
--

James Conner was the big name at Pittsburgh's pro day. He stood on most of his numbers (7.41 3-cone), but the important thing is that he looked very good in the drills. The Eagles reportedly have great interest in him.

Two other prominent Pittsburgh prospects worth noting are Dorian Johnson and Nathan Peterman. Johnson, a talented guard, couldn't work out because of his hamstring. Peterman, a quarterback I have slotted in the third round of my 2017 NFL Mock Draft, had a somewhat decent performance.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 22, 11:25 p.m.

Connecticut
Connecticut's pro day drew interest because the school has a first-round prospect:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Andreas Knapp
OL
6-8
311
5.25
--
--
23
--
30
8-10
--
--
Obi Melifonwu
DB
6-4
219
--
--
--
--
7.06
--
--
--
--
Noel Thomas
WR
6-1
201
4.49
--
--
--
--
33
9-10
--
--

Obi Melifonwu stood on most of his combine numbers, but ran a 7.05 3-cone. He was terrific in the drills. He met with the Buccaneers, Panthers and Lions, and he has visits coming up with the Steelers, Seahawks and Saints. He also had a workout with the Texans. I have Melifonwu slotted to the Saints in the opening round of my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

Both Andreas Knapp and Noel Thomas pulled their hamstrings during the second 40 time.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 22, 11:00 p.m.

USC
The 40 times from the USC pro day are available:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Justin Davis
RB
6-1
208
4.49
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
DeQuan Hampton
WR
6-3
225
4.66
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Taylor McNamara
TE
6-4
252
4.75
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Quinton Powell
LB
6-2
200
4.75
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Jordan Simmons
OL
6-4
339
5.14
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Isaac Whitney
WR
6-2
220
4.75
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--

As you can see, the big-name players didn't test. However, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Darreus Rogers and Adoree Jackson looked great in the drills, as did Jordan Simmons. The latter is a UDFA prospect because of a history of injuries, but could be someone to watch.

Conversely, Zach Banner struggled. His poor pre-draft process continues.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 22, 12:25 a.m.

UCLA
Takkarist McKinley didn't perform in the testing drills at the pro day. Fabian Moreau opted for the bench press, but strained his pectoral in the process.

Here are the other numbers:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Marcus Rios
DB
5-11
192
4.49
--
--
18
7.22
--
10-4
--
33
Kenny Walker
WR
5-9
180
4.33
--
--
19
--
--
--
--
--

Kenny Walker blazed the 40. The time listed is 4.33, but some had him in the 4.2s. Walker hasn't been a productive player throughout his college career - 41 career catches - but he's a hard worker with upside. He could be signed as a UDFA.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 22, 12:05 a.m.

Boston College
Here are the numbers from the Boston College pro day:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
David Dudeck
WR
5-9
195
4.68
--
--
15
6.88
37.5
9-7
--
--
John Johnson
DB
6-1
205
DNP
--
--
--
--
--
10-0
--
--
Kevin Kavalc
DL
6-2
249
4.75
--
--
18
7.34
32
9-11
--
--
Matt Milano
LB
6-0
222
DNP
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Patrick Towles
QB
6-5
241
4.59
--
--
--
7.29
33.5
10-0
--
--
Myles Willis
RB
5-8
192
4.50
--
--
17
6.91
36
10-3
--
--

The two players of note are Matt Milano and Patrick "Don't Forget to Bring a" Towels. Milano didn't do any of the testing drills, opting to stand on his combine numbers. He could be a late-round pick.

Towels looked good in both the tests and drills. His arm strength and accuracy were both solid. He's another late-round pick with some developmental upside.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Tuesday, March 21, 11:50 p.m.

Grambling
There was one Grambling player of note:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Chad Williams
WR
6-0
207
4.35
--
--
--
7.12
35.5
10-3
--
--

Williams is a late-round/UDFA prospect who might generate some interest with his numbers. Per Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com, the Seahawks and Vikings met with Williams at his pro day.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Tuesday, March 21, 10:30 p.m.

North Carolina
Many of the North Carolina players stood on their combine numbers, but there are some new workout figures to mention:

Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
Elijah Hood
RB
5-11
230
4.63
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Bug Howard
WR
6-4
222
--
--
--
--
--
34
--
--
--
T.J. Logan
RB
5-9
192
--
--
--
--
6.59
--
--
--
--

Both Mitchell Trubisky and Ryan Switzer only performed in the drills. Trubisky looked good with positive arm strength, but struggled with accuracy. Trubisky has visits with the Browns, Chiefs, Jets and 49ers. I have him slotted to Cleveland at No. 12 in my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

T.J. Logan had a solid showing. Elijah Hood, conversely, struggled Tuesday afternoon. He looked out of shape. Wide receiver Mack Hollins couldn't work out because of an injury.


2017 Pro Day Notes: Tuesday, March 21, 2:35 a.m.

Syracuse and Toledo
Full workout numbers from these two pro days aren't available at the moment, but I can list some highlights from both workouts:

  • Syracuse receiver Amba Etta-Tawo improved his 40 from a 4.49 at the combine to a 4.35 at his pro day. This sort of illustrates why 40s at the pro day are taken less seriously, but it's still nice that Etta-Tawo upgraded his numbers. The Bills and Giants have shown interest in him.

  • Syracuse's other receiver, Brisley Estime, also showed well. His 40 wasn't documented, but he posted a 34-inch vertical and a 10-1 broad jump. Estime is more of a return specialist, and he'll try to catch on with an NFL team as a UDFA.

  • Toledo running back Kareem Hunt ran a 4.57, improving by about a tenth of a second from the combine. Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com reported that the Buccaneers will have a workout with Hunt.

  • Toledo tight end Michael Roberts posted a 4.80 40 and 21 reps on the bench press. Roberts, per Pauline, met with the Lions and Steelers, and he'll be working out for the Cardinals, Eagles and Buccaneers in the near future.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Saturday, March 18, 12:15 a.m.

    Oregon State
    Oregon State has two draftable prospects in guard Sean Harlow and safety Treston Decoud. Here were their numbers, as well as those from the other Oregon State players:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Gavin Andrews
    OL
    6-5
    334
    DNP
    --
    --
    25
    8.20
    25
    8-0
    9 3/4
    33 1/2
    Victor Bolden
    WR
    5-8
    180
    4.51
    --
    --
    9
    6.72
    32
    9-9
    9 1/4
    30 3/4
    Devin Chappell
    DB
    6-0
    204
    4.62
    --
    --
    17
    7.00
    35
    9-8
    9 1/4
    30 1/2
    Tim Cook
    RB
    6-0
    242
    4.63
    --
    --
    25
    7.15
    37
    10-0
    9 1/2
    30 1/2
    Treston Decoud
    DB
    6-2
    207
    4.54
    --
    --
    11
    7.17
    30.5
    9-8
    9
    33
    Rahmel Dockery
    WR
    5-10
    180
    4.70
    --
    --
    10
    7.01
    29
    9-8
    8 3/4
    30
    Sean Harlow
    OL
    6-4
    300
    5.15
    --
    --
    26
    8.16
    30.5
    8-9
    9 1/2
    31 3/4
    Ricky Ortiz
    RB
    6-1
    230
    4.90
    --
    --
    26
    7.26
    33.5
    9-10
    10 1/4
    30 1/2
    Caleb Saulo
    LB
    6-0
    234
    5.01
    --
    --
    DNP
    7.38
    30
    9-0
    10 1/4
    31 1/2
    Dustin Stanton
    OL
    6-5
    298
    5.20
    --
    --
    18
    7.81
    30
    9-10
    9
    32 1/2
    Noke Tago
    DL
    6-1
    293
    5.55
    --
    --
    31
    8.03
    24
    8-0
    10
    30 1/2

    Decoud and Harlow showed well and should remain in third-day consideration.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 17, 10:45 p.m.

    Penn State
    Lots of numbers from the Penn State pro day, so let's not waste any time getting right to them:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Brandon Bell
    LB
    6-1
    229
    4.68
    --
    --
    15
    --
    32
    9-6
    --
    --
    Brian Gaia
    OL
    6-3
    292
    5.19
    --
    --
    32
    --
    28
    9-6
    --
    --
    Malik Golden
    DB
    6-1
    201
    4.50
    --
    --
    16
    --
    35
    10-5
    --
    --
    Wendy Laurent
    OL
    6-2
    288
    5.43
    --
    --
    19
    --
    29
    8-7
    --
    --
    Irvin Paye
    RB
    5-5
    169
    4.59
    --
    --
    14
    --
    36
    10-5
    --
    --
    Evan Schwan
    DL
    6-5
    261
    4.69
    --
    --
    19
    --
    31.5
    10-1
    --
    --
    Garrett Sickels
    DL
    6-4
    254
    4.81
    --
    --
    20
    --
    33
    9-5
    --
    --
    Jordan Smith
    DB
    5-10
    186
    DNP
    --
    --
    14
    --
    35.5
    9-2
    --
    --
    Nyeem Wartman-White
    LB
    6-1
    245
    DNP
    --
    --
    17
    --
    DNP
    DNP
    --
    --

    Chris Godwin's numbers aren't listed because he stood on what he did at the combine. He'll visit the Buccaneers soon.

    Garrett Sickels struggled once again, but drew a lot of interest from the Jets.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 17, 1:45 a.m.

    Vanderbilt
    The two key Vanderbilt prospects, Zach Cunningham and Will Holden, stood on their numbers and just performed in the drills. Cunningham looked good.

    We have a set of numbers from one Vanderbilt prospect:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Adam Butler
    DL
    6-4
    293
    5.20
    --
    --
    23
    7.50
    28.5
    8-5
    --
    --

    Butler is unlikely to be drafted, but should be signed afterward.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, March 16, 2:40 p.m.

    Clemson
    The Clemson 40 times are in, courtesy of Tigernet.com:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Ben Boulware
    LB
    6-0
    238
    4.79
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Wayne Gallman
    RB
    6-0
    211
    4.52
    --
    --
    --
    --
    30.5
    --
    --
    --
    Jay Guillermo
    OL
    6-3
    301
    5.35
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Jadar Johnson
    DB
    6-1
    201
    4.55
    --
    --
    --
    6.90
    33.5
    10-4
    --
    --
    Jordan Leggett
    TE
    6-6
    260
    4.68
    --
    --
    --
    7.24
    --
    9-11
    --
    --
    Grant Radakovich
    TE
    6-1
    255
    5.03
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Artavis Scott
    WR
    5-10
    194
    4.49
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Carlos Watkins
    DL
    6-3
    313
    4.98
    --
    --
    --
    --
    28
    9-6
    --
    --
    Mike Williams
    WR
    6-4
    218
    4.49
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --

    There was some controversy regarding Williams' 40 times. He was clocked at 4.49 and 4.50, but there were some who timed him at mid-4.6. He also had some drops in the drills. Regardless, Williams is a likely top-15 pick. I have him slotted to the Bills in my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

    As for Deshaun Watson, he had an inconsistent showing. His deep ball was good, but his accuracy was underwhelming. Watson needed a great day because of numerous lingering concerns from NFL teams, as well as his poor showing in the throwing-power drill at the combine, as his ball velocity measured at just 49 mph, which was far worse than the other top quarterbacks:

  • Pat Mahomes: 60 mph
  • Davis Webb: 59 mph
  • DeShone Kizer: 56 mph
  • Jerod Evans: 55 mph
  • Mitchell Trubisky: 55 mph
  • Brad Kaaya: 53 mph
  • Nathan Peterman: 53 mph
  • Deshaun Watson: 49 mph


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, March 16, 1:40 a.m.

    Georgia
    Georgia Tech's pro day was a bit of a dud this year, but there were a couple of prospects worth mentioning. First, the numbers:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Chuks Amaechi
    LB
    6-2
    230
    4.83
    --
    --
    --
    --
    32
    --
    --
    --
    Tyler Catalina
    OL
    6-4
    324
    DNP
    --
    --
    --
    --
    31
    --
    --
    --
    Reggie Davis
    WR
    6-0
    170
    4.31
    --
    --
    --
    --
    DNP
    --
    --
    --
    Quincy Mauger
    DB
    6-0
    205
    4.60
    --
    --
    --
    --
    37.5
    --
    --
    --
    Greg Pyke
    OL
    6-3
    313
    DNP
    --
    --
    --
    --
    20
    --
    --
    --
    Maurice Smith
    DB
    5-11
    196
    4.72
    --
    --
    --
    --
    34.5
    --
    --
    --
    Glenn Welch
    RB
    6-2
    244
    DNP
    --
    --
    --
    --
    29.5
    --
    --
    --

    There isn't much that stands out here, save for Reggie Davis' 4.31 40. Davis is unlikely to be drafted, but could interest a team as a UDFA because of his speed.

    Greg Pyke is probably Georgia's top draft prospect, as he carries a late-round grade. Pyke's 20-inch vertical won't impact him, but I just wanted to note that I don't think I've ever seen a vertical jump be so low. It's almost as if he were wearing iron boots.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 15, 2:35 a.m.

    Kansas State
    Jordan Willis stood on his combine numbers. Two other Kansas State prospects of note did everything, however:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Elijah Lee
    LB
    6-2
    229
    4.65
    --
    --
    18
    6.91
    38
    10-2
    --
    --
    Charmeachealle Moore
    LB
    6-0
    230
    4.61
    --
    --
    22
    --
    34
    10-0
    --
    --

    Lee is a Round 4-6 prospect and has generated some interest. He'll be visiting the Vikings, and he has a private workout scheduled with the Lions, according to Nola.com.

    Tony Pauline reported that Charmeachalle Moore met with the Jaguars and Chiefs. He's a likely UDFA.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 15, 2:35 a.m.

    South Carolina
    There are lots of testing numbers from the South Carolina pro day:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Matrick Belton
    WR
    6-3
    216
    4.66
    --
    --
    18
    --
    31.5
    10-2
    --
    --
    Jordan Diggs
    DB
    5-11
    202
    4.92
    --
    --
    13
    --
    33.5
    9-11
    --
    --
    Chaz Elder
    DB
    6-2
    205
    DNP
    --
    --
    17
    --
    36
    10-2
    --
    --
    Darius English
    DL
    6-5
    248
    4.84
    --
    --
    19
    --
    35
    10-9
    --
    --
    Kelsey Griffin
    DL
    6-2
    313
    5.16
    --
    --
    26
    --
    24
    8-2
    --
    --
    T.J. Holloman
    LB
    6-2
    232
    4.87
    --
    --
    23
    --
    27.5
    9-2
    --
    --
    Shannon James
    DB
    5-6
    165
    4.65
    --
    --
    5
    --
    30
    9-3
    --
    --
    Marquavius Lewis
    DL
    6-4
    276
    4.96
    --
    --
    21
    --
    31
    9-6
    --
    --
    Cedrick Malone
    LB
    5-10
    211
    4.75
    --
    --
    17
    --
    34
    10-2
    --
    --
    Chris Moody
    DB
    6-0
    219
    4.74
    --
    --
    18
    --
    30
    9-6
    --
    --
    Darius Paulk
    RB
    5-7
    197
    4.84
    --
    --
    24
    --
    29.5
    9-1
    --
    --
    Jonathan Walton
    LB
    6-0
    236
    4.69
    --
    --
    15
    --
    33.5
    9-5
    --
    --
    Mason Zandi
    OL
    6-9
    309
    5.15
    --
    --
    21
    --
    31.5
    9-5
    --
    --

    Of all the prospects at the South Carolina pro day, Darius English likely has the best chance of being drafted. He could be a late-round pick. Tony Pauline reported that English met with the Chargers and Browns. Meanwhile, the Patriots spent plenty of time with T.J. Holloman.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Sunday, March 12, 12:40 a.m.

    Washington
    The Washington prospects sat on their combine numbers, but there are two big news items coming from Washington's pro day:

    1. Sidney Jones tore his Achilles during the drills. This is obviously horrible news, as Jones, a likely top-20 pick, will now fall to Round 2. You can check my Disaster Grades for more.

    2. John Ross didn't run to attempt to improve on his record-breaking 4.22. He did the on-field drills, which he couldn't do at the combine because of a minor injury. However, Ross wasn't very good in these drills, displaying shaky hands. Ross is going to be a first-round pick, but may not go as highly as some think. I have Ross being picked by the Broncos in my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Saturday, March 11, 12:45 a.m.

    Auburn
    There were lots of prospects on display at Auburn's pro day, so let's get right to it:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Montravius Adams
    DL
    6-3
    304
    4.83
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Xavier Dampeer
    OL
    6-3
    308
    5.16
    --
    --
    30
    --
    29
    9-0
    --
    --
    Marcus Davis
    WR
    5-9
    179
    4.49
    --
    --
    --
    --
    31.5
    9-2
    --
    --
    T.J. Davis
    CB
    6-0
    200
    4.49
    --
    --
    19
    --
    34
    9-2
    --
    --
    Rudy Ford
    DB
    5-11
    200
    4.38
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Greg Hall
    LB
    6-2
    254
    4.91
    --
    --
    25
    --
    32
    9-5
    --
    --
    Josh Holsey
    DB
    5-10
    190
    4.43
    --
    --
    15
    --
    35
    9-10
    --
    --
    Jeremy Johnson
    QB
    6-4
    232
    4.73
    --
    --
    --
    --
    31.5
    9-6
    --
    --
    Alex Kozan
    OL
    6-3
    309
    5.52
    --
    --
    18
    --
    31
    8-3
    --
    --
    Devaroe Lawrence
    DL
    6-2
    294
    --
    --
    --
    31
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Carl Lawson
    DL
    6-2
    259
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Robert Leff
    OL
    6-5
    302
    5.13
    --
    --
    20
    --
    28
    8-7
    --
    --
    T.J. Neal
    LB
    6-0
    236
    4.77
    --
    --
    19
    --
    31
    9-0
    --
    --
    Tony Stevens
    WR
    6-4
    212
    4.49
    --
    --
    12
    --
    34.5
    10-6
    --
    --
    Maurice Swain
    DL
    6-5
    329
    5.22
    --
    --
    27
    --
    24
    7-11
    --
    --
    Marshall Taylor
    DB
    6-2
    195
    4.57
    --
    --
    13
    --
    34
    10-3
    --
    --

    The top prospects are Montravius Adams and Carl Lawson, both of whom were at the combine. Adams pretty much ran the same 40 that he did in Indianapolis, while Lawson sat on his numbers.

    Another player who stood out was wide receiver Tony Stevens, who posted a 10-6 broad jump and a 34.5-inch vertical at 6-4, 212. He performed well at the East-West Shrine Game.





    2017 Pro Day Notes: Friday, March 10, 2:35 a.m.

    Oklahoma State
    Only two players of note posted testing numbers at Oklahoma State's pro day:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Blake Jarwin
    TE
    6-5
    246
    4.76
    --
    --
    21
    --
    34.5
    --
    --
    --
    Jhajuan Seales
    WR
    6-1
    206
    4.37
    --
    --
    20
    --
    41.5
    10-4
    --
    --

    Blake Jarwin, who has a shot of being selected in the late rounds, did well in the drills. Jhajuan Seales, meanwhile, has off-the-field issues and may not get drafted, but he posted some terrific numbers with a 41.5-inch vertical and a 10-4 broad jump.

    Oklahoma State's top prospect, Vincent Taylor, didn't do any tests, but performed well in the drills. I have the Texans selecting Taylor in the fourth round of my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.





    2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, March 9, 1:45 a.m.

    Colorado
    Colorado's pro day was overshadowed by the Oklahoma and Alabama performances, but there were still some prospects who generated interest:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Chidobe Awuzie
    CB
    6-0
    202
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    39.5
    --
    8 1/2
    30 5/8
    Jordan Carrell
    DT
    6-2
    293
    4.86
    --
    --
    21
    --
    31.5
    --
    --
    --
    Jimmie Gilbert
    OLB
    6-4
    235
    4.62
    --
    --
    12
    --
    --
    --
    --
    34
    Josh Tupou
    NT
    6-2
    353
    5.30
    --
    1.90
    29
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --

    Chidobe Awuzie was the lone combine participant of that group. He stood on all his combine numbers, save for the vertical, which he improved from 34.5 to 39.5. I assume the altitude had something to do with that. Colorado's other top corner, Ahkello Witherspoon, just performed in the drills. Tony Pauline posted these numbers on Draft Analyst.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Thursday, March 9, 1:30 a.m.

    Alabama
    Several players of note performed at the Alabama pro day. Here are some numbers of note:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Ryan Anderson
    LB
    6-2
    253
    4.53
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    31 1/2
    Gehrig Dieter
    WR
    6-2
    210
    4.58
    --
    --
    15
    --
    32.5
    9-11
    --
    --
    Brandon Greene
    TE
    6-5
    288
    --
    --
    --
    22
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    ArDarius Stewart
    Alabama
    5-11
    204
    --
    --
    --
    10
    --
    --
    --
    9 3/8
    32 1/2
    Dalvin Tomlinson
    DT
    6-3
    310
    --
    --
    --
    22
    --
    --
    --
    --
    33 1/2

    Anderson 4.78 at the combine, but improved to 4.75 at his pro day. Dalvin Tomlinson and ArDarius Stewart, meanwhile, were able to bench press at their pro day after refusing to do so in Indianapolis.

    Gehrig Dieter and Brandon Greene weren't at the combine. Neither was offensive lineman Korren Kirven, who pulled his hamstring while running the 40.


    2017 Pro Day Notes: Wednesday, March 8, 12:00 p.m.

    Oklahoma
    Joe Mixon was not invited to the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine because of off-the-field issues. He was recorded punching a woman a couple of years ago, which led to a suspension.

    Despite this, there have been reports that Mixon will still be drafted, perhaps as early as the third round. The Chiefs selected a player with similar problems in Tyreek Hill in the fifth round last year, and Mixon projects as the better NFL player. I have Mixon going to Kansas City in the third frame of my 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

    Mixon met with the following teams prior to his pro day workout:

  • Bengals
  • Browns
  • Lions
  • Saints

    Mixon excelled Wednesday, posting the following numbers:

    Player Position Height Weight Off. 40 Time Unoff. 40 Time 10-Yd Split Bench 3-cone Vert Broad Hand Arm
    Jordan Evans
    LB
    6-2
    232
    4.53
    --
    --
    --
    7.03
    38.5
    --
    --
    --
    Joe Mixon
    RB
    6-1
    228
    4.43
    --
    --
    21
    7.00
    35
    9-10
    --
    --
    Samaje Perine
    RB
    5-11
    233
    4.59
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    10
    30 3/8
    Jordan Wade
    DT
    6-2
    310
    5.16
    --
    --
    --
    --
    30
    --
    --
    --
    Dede Westbrook
    WR
    6-0
    178
    4.37
    --
    --
    --
    --
    34.5
    10-0
    9
    30 5/8

    Those numbers may not stand out, but Mixon's 7.00 3-cone time would've been the sixth-best at the combine. Plus, a 4.43 40 and a 35-inch vertical are both impressive for a 230-pound running back.

    Meanwhile, Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst, reported that Westbrook met with the Dolphins. Most of these numbers were found via Pauline's tweets, and you can follow him @TonyPauline.



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