Greg Childs, WR, Arkansas: Greg Childs had a terrific Pro Day. He improved his 40 time from 4.55 to 4.39, as well as his vertical leap from 36.5 to 40.5.
Danny Coale, WR/P, Virginia Tech: Danny Coale is a pretty intriguing prospect. He caught 60 balls for about 900 yards last season. He ran an impressive 4.37 40 at 6-0, 200 at his Pro Day. He can also punt; he averaged 43 yards per attempt in 2011.
Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech: Stephen Hill didn't run at his Pro Day, but he was outstanding in the drills. Mike Mayock said that there's no way Hill will fall out of the first round.
A.J. Jenkins, WR, Illinois: A.J. Jenkins didn't run at his Pro Day, but he looked good running routes. NFL.com's Gil Brandt called him a third- or a fourth-round prospect.
Rishard Matthews, WR Nevada: Rishard Matthews had a terrific Pro Day. He ran a 4.44 at 6-2, 209, and looked really good in the drills.
Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State: Brian Quick blew onlookers away at his Pro Day, obtaining a 1.47 10-yard split in his 40 (4.53). He could be the fifth receiver off the board on Draft Day, as he has immense upside and raw talent.
Deonte Thompson, WR, Florida: Deonte Thompson is a great athlete, as you can tell by his numbers. However, he's not a very good football player. He'll be a big project.
Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin: Nick Toon ran a 4.5 at the Combine, but improved his time to 4.38 at Wisconsin's Pro Day. He also looked really good in the drills. Toon could be selected in the top half of the second round.
Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor: Like Joe Haden a couple of years ago, Kendall Wright turned a bad, fluky Combine 40 into a solid Pro Day time. He dropped two tenths of a second, which isn't very surprising considering how fast he plays on tape.
McDowell is a great pick by the Seahawks. He has tons of talent and upside. McDowell is very fast, naturally strong, and extremely athletic. If Pete Carroll can get the best out of him then Seattle could have a massive steal.