Temple held its pro day on Monday morning, and approximately 30 NFL teams were on hand. One sleeper that "stole the show" was defensive lineman Jullian Taylor, according to Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst.

The San Francisco 49ers were among the teams that expressed interest in Taylor and had a "working dinner" with him on Sunday night.

"Jullian Taylor, a player not graded by scouts coming into the year, displayed next level athleticism during the pro-day. Taylor measured 6-feet-4-inches and 295 pounds," writes Pauline. "He timed as fast as 4.83s in the forty, completed 31 reps on the bench press and touched 33 inches in the vertical jump. He then put that athleticism on display during position drills.

"Entering the year Taylor, who we presently grade as a sixth-round prospect, was never mentioned by scouts. But a terrific senior campaign, including a 10 tackle, 4.5 tackles for loss performance against Central Florida, helped put him on the map."

Pauline reports that Taylor has already had five private workouts for NFL teams and will work out for the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday. The draft prospect also has several official visits scheduled with NFL teams, including the Arizona Cardinals.

After four years with the Owls, Taylor broke out during his senior season. He appeared in just three games before 2017, but registered 41 combined tackles and 11 sacks in 12 games last season, according to Sports Reference.

Taylor's 2015 season was cut short following a season-ending left knee injury in the opener against Penn State that required arthroscopic surgery on his meniscus. In 2016, he saw action in Temple's first three games but missed the remainder of the season due to a torn ACL in the same knee, which was also suffered against Penn State.

Taylor wore numbers 46 and 94 during his collegiate career.