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Pro Days Updated*

Anyone know where you can find up to date results from these Pro Days? I want to see how Rolondo McClain does.
Originally posted by RedWaltz24:
Anyone know where you can find up to date results from these Pro Days? I want to see how Rolondo McClain does.

Look here

And here
[ Edited by jreff22 on Mar 10, 2010 at 9:38 AM ]
So McCloughan was OK State's pro day to watch Okung and Zac Robinson. Dez Bryant and Perrish Cox were not there.

While Singletary watched Gilyard and Tony Pike at Cincy's pro day. Singletary apparently had a long conversation with DE Alex Daniels (possible 3-4 OLB?)
[ Edited by DesiDez on Mar 10, 2010 at 9:56 PM ]
gilyard will be ours ! muahaha
Originally posted by jreff22:
Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant will not participate in the school’s pro day Wednesday because of a left hamstring injury.

Bryant said last week at the NFL Scouting Combine that he would work out at the pro day, but apparently, the ailment that kept him from running in Indianapolis is still bothering him.

Bryant expects to be recovered soon, however, and will work out on either March 25 or March 29 in his hometown of Lufkin, Texas.

Bryant missed the final nine games of his junior season after being suspended by the NCAA for lying about a visit he had with his mentor, NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders. Bryant hasn’t performed in front of scouts since a Sept. 19 game against Rice.

Meanwhile, former Oklahoma State CB Perrish Cox isn’t welcome to run drills in Stillwater. He was suspended from the Cotton Bowl after violating team rules and is banned from working out at pro day.


WOW! that's huge for him.
Originally posted by DesiDez:
So McCloughan was OK State's pro day to watch Okung and Zac Robinson. Dez Bryant and Perrish Cox were not there.

While Singletary watched Gilyard and Tony Pike at Cincy's pro day. Singletary apparently had a long conversation with DE Alex Daniels (possible 3-4 OLB?)

Glad to see our guys out there trying to get us some football players.
Rutgers offensive lineman Anthony Davis did not work out at the school’s pro day Wednesday.

He had dinner with an NFL team Tuesday night, and his agent called later that evening to say that Davis was sick and would not be able to work out the next day. Davis did show up at the school facility Wednesday morning but was sent home when he told organizers that he would not be working out.

Davis’ absence upset a number scouts, as they had come specifically to evaluate him.

There were still 19 other players, who ran indoors on FieldTurf, for scouts to evaluate. Representatives from 26 teams were in attendance, including Ravens secondary coach Chuck Pagano, two offensive line coaches from the Lions and New England Patriots assistant head coach/offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia.

Devin McCourty (5-foot-10 3/4, 193 pounds) only ran position drills.

Defensive end George Johnson (6-4 3/8, 268) ran a 4.79 and 4.81 in the 40, had a 31-inch vertical, 9-5 broad jump, 4.57 short shuttle, 6.95 three-cone drill and completed 29 bench press reps. Johnson did not participate in the NFL Scouting Combine, but put together an outstanding pro day workout.

Offensive lineman Kevin Haslam (6-5, 304) ran 5.65 in the 40. He didn’t complete a second run. He had a 28.5-inch vertical leap, 8-4 broad jump, 4.78 short shuttle, 7.75 three-cone drill and had 24 bench press reps.

Linebacker Ryan D’Imperio (6-1 3/8, 241) ran 4.68 and 4.69 in the 40, had a 33.5-inch vertical leap, 9-7 broad jump, 4.39 short shuttle, 6.84 three-cone drill and 21 bench press reps.
CINCINNATI — Tony Pike and Mardy Gilyard got another chance to impress NFL scouts, this time on their own turf. They think they
pulled it off together.

The quarterback and receiver who led Cincinnati to back-to-back Big East titles were the main feature at the university’s pro day on Wednesday. Twenty-six teams were represented, with 49ers coach Mike Singletary in the crowd.

The highlight was Pike throwing various routes to Gilyard, reprising the combination that was one of the Big East’s best. They’re still learning NFL pass routes, which can be much different from the ones they used in college. Both talked to scouts afterward to get their appraisals.

Wearing black shorts and a white shirt on a mild day, Pike made all types of throws from midfield, occasionally missing players filling in as receivers. He showed he was still in sync with Gilyard, repeatedly hitting him in stride. Pike is making some adjustments to satisfy NFL teams, who wanted to see better spirals after his combine workout.

Gilyard is hoping to go in the first or second round. Several Bengals coaches attended the workout, though the team hasn’t given him any indication that it’s particularly interested. The Bengals could use a slot receiver and kick returner, and Gilyard would love to stay in town.
By all accounts, Kentucky’s pro day was a big success. Despite the fact that scouts were not served lunch, rookie head coach Joker Phillips opened the doors for 10 teams to watch 13 players work out indoors on FieldTurf.

DL Corey Peters (6-foot-3, 301 pounds) had a solid workout in the positional drills. Peters ran 4.90 and 4.91 seconds in the 40-yard dash, a 4.49 short shuttle, 7.31 three-cone drill, posted an 8-foot, 7-inch broad jump, and 26 bench press lifts. Peters chose to keep his vertical jump numbers from the combine.

RB Alphonso Smith (6-foot 1/4, 211), who did not work out at the combine, ran a 4.38 and 4.38 in the 40, 4.31 short shuttle and a 7.21 three-cone drill. He posted a 36-inch vertical jump, 9-9 broad jump, and 19 bench press lifts.

DB Trevard Lindley ran a 4.51 and 4.50 in the 40 and did position drills. He kept the rest of his numbers from the combine.

LB Micah Johnson (6-foot-1 5/8, 256 pounds) posted a 4.84 and 4.92 in the 40, an 8-foot, 11-inch broad jump, 4.26 short shuttle, 7.34 three-cone drill. Johnson chose to keep his vertical jump and bench press numbers from the combine.

FB John Conner weighed in at 241 pounds and chose to keep the rest of his numbers and measurements from the combine.

LB Sam Maxwell (6-1 3/8, 244) ran a 4.98 and 5.02 40, 4.53 short shuttle and 7.37 three-cone drill. He posted a 31-inch vertical jump, 9-foot, 4-inch broad jump.
NFL Draft enthusiasts should know all about Minnesota wide receiver Eric Decker by now. The 6-3, 217 pound Decker was a Biletnikof finalist in 2008 with 83 catches for 1,077 yards and 7 touchdowns. Despite being limited to only eight games due to Lisfranc sprain, he earned first team all-Big Ten honors for the second consecutive season as a senior.

The Lisfranc sprain kept Decker from working out for scouts at the Combine and also kept him from participating in the drills at Minnesota's Pro Day Wednesday. Decker will have follow-up surgery to have screws removed from his foot on Monday (March 15) and will be asked to go back to Indianapolis April 9 for a Combine "re-check."

Scouts know Decker can play. They want to make sure he's healthy, after repeated surgeries on his legs.

He did, however, help his cause in the bench press (19 reps) and was, as always, articulate in team and media interviews. I've been told that he had the year's highest score on the Wonderlic of all players tested at the Combine and I'm not at all surprised by this.

While Decker is certainly a known commodity, his former teammate, outside linebacker Simoni Lawrence is proving he's one to watch. I listed Lawrence as a player I thought might surprise at the Combine and he certainly did so -- ranking among the elite linebackers in the 40-yard dash (4.68), vertical (40") and broad jump (10'3").

Lawrence was even better Wednesday, clocking in at 4.56 seconds -- which would have been tied Florida State's Dekoda Watson with second fastest time recorded by any linebacker at the Combine. Mississippi State's Jamar Chaney, a 242 pound inside linebacker, was timed at a staggering 4.52 seconds in Indianapolis.
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Brandon Graham Pro Day tomorrow!!! I hope McCloughan will be there.
Originally posted by jreff22:
CINCINNATI — Tony Pike and Mardy Gilyard got another chance to impress NFL scouts, this time on their own turf. They think they
pulled it off together.

The quarterback and receiver who led Cincinnati to back-to-back Big East titles were the main feature at the university’s pro day on Wednesday. Twenty-six teams were represented, with 49ers coach Mike Singletary in the crowd.

The highlight was Pike throwing various routes to Gilyard, reprising the combination that was one of the Big East’s best. They’re still learning NFL pass routes, which can be much different from the ones they used in college. Both talked to scouts afterward to get their appraisals.

Wearing black shorts and a white shirt on a mild day, Pike made all types of throws from midfield, occasionally missing players filling in as receivers. He showed he was still in sync with Gilyard, repeatedly hitting him in stride. Pike is making some adjustments to satisfy NFL teams, who wanted to see better spirals after his combine workout.

Gilyard is hoping to go in the first or second round. Several Bengals coaches attended the workout, though the team hasn’t given him any indication that it’s particularly interested. The Bengals could use a slot receiver and kick returner, and Gilyard would love to stay in town.

Any info on how Gilyard's 40 times were? Did he improve off his combine times?
Originally posted by Ninefan56:
Originally posted by jreff22:
CINCINNATI — Tony Pike and Mardy Gilyard got another chance to impress NFL scouts, this time on their own turf. They think they
pulled it off together.

The quarterback and receiver who led Cincinnati to back-to-back Big East titles were the main feature at the university’s pro day on Wednesday. Twenty-six teams were represented, with 49ers coach Mike Singletary in the crowd.

The highlight was Pike throwing various routes to Gilyard, reprising the combination that was one of the Big East’s best. They’re still learning NFL pass routes, which can be much different from the ones they used in college. Both talked to scouts afterward to get their appraisals.

Wearing black shorts and a white shirt on a mild day, Pike made all types of throws from midfield, occasionally missing players filling in as receivers. He showed he was still in sync with Gilyard, repeatedly hitting him in stride. Pike is making some adjustments to satisfy NFL teams, who wanted to see better spirals after his combine workout.

Gilyard is hoping to go in the first or second round. Several Bengals coaches attended the workout, though the team hasn’t given him any indication that it’s particularly interested. The Bengals could use a slot receiver and kick returner, and Gilyard would love to stay in town.

Any info on how Gilyard's 40 times were? Did he improve off his combine times?
Gil ran a 4.47
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Brandon Graham Pro Day tomorrow!!! I hope McCloughan will be there.

Or Singletary!
Inclement weather? No indoor facility? No problem for West Texas A&M.

The school had to hold its pro day about 40 miles from its Canyon campus on Thursday, moving it to Amarillo to use an indoor arena. There were 14 teams on hand, including 49ers offensive line coach Mike Solari and Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer.

Here are the notable prospects:

OT J’Marcus Webb (6-foot-7 3/8, 328 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 5.31 and 5.29 seconds, had a 25 ½-inch vertical jump, an 8-foot, 5-inch broad jump, 4.14-second short shuttle, 7.63-second three-cone drill and did 17 bench press repetitions at 225 pounds.

DE Eugene Sims (6-4 5/8, 247) ran 4.76 and 4.74 in the 40, had a 32 ½-inch vertical, a 9-6 broad jump, a 4.46 short shuttle, a 6.90 three-cone drill — which is an amazing time at his size — and 17 reps on the bench.

RB Keithon Flemming (5-10 1/8, 208) ran 4.65 and 4.68 in the 40, had a 33 ½-inch vertical, a 10-foot broad jump, a 4.54 short shuttle, a 7.21 three-cone drill and did 21 reps on the bench.