By | March 12, 2017

OKLAHOMA STATE

March 9: All 32 teams were represented at the Oklahoma State pro day in Stillwater. TE Blake Jarwin, a very surprising combine omission, had a solid day to at least keep himself in the 3rd day debate. Jarwin measured in at a tad over 6-5 and 246 pounds. He reportedly ran the 40 in the 4.75 range with a 34.5″ vertical and a 10-1 BJ. He also had shuttle times 4.34 in the short shuttle and 7.37 in the 3-cone, along with 21 reps in the BP. None of those numbers would have been top 5 at the position at the combine, but most were at least middle of the table. Meanwhile, WR Jhajuan Seales never caught a ton of passes for the Cowboys, but may have sent scouts back to the tape to see why as he had a very athletic workout. Seales, who measured in at 6-0.5, 206, ran the 40 in a reported 4.47 seconds and posted an impressive vertical of 41.5 inches. He also managed 20 reps in the BP along with times of 4.29 seconds in the short shuttle and 7.26 in the 3-cone. For the record, the former time was middle of the pack at the combine, but the 3-cone would have been slowest of all WRs in Indianapolis.