2017 Pro Day Results

2020 Watch List

QBs
Tua Tagovailoa, 6-1, 220, Alabama; JR
Jake Fromm, 6-2, 220, Georgia; JR
Jacob Eason, 6-6, 230, Washington, JR
Justin Herbert, 6-6, 235, Oregon; SR
K.J. Costello, 6-5, 215, Stanford; JR
Nate Stanley, 6-4, 245, Iowa; SR
Feleipe Franks, 6-5, 240, Florida; JR
Shea Patterson, 6-2, 205, Michigan; SR
Brian Lewerke, 6-3, 215, Michigan State, SR
Ian Book, 6-0, 210, Notre Dame; JR
Cole McDonald, 6-4, 205, Hawaii; JR
Jordan Love, 6-4, 220, Utah State; JR
Jalen Hurts, 6-2, 220, Oklahoma; SR
Kelly Bryant, 6-3, 225, Missouri; SR
D’Eriq King, 5-11, 195, Houston, SR
James Morgan, 6-4, 215, Florida International; SR
Khalil Tate, 6-2, 215, Arizona; SR
Sam Ehlinger, 6-3, 235, Texas; JR
Steven Montez, 6-5, 230, Colorado; SR
Elijah Sindelar, 6-4, 225, Purdue; SR
Gage Gubrud, 6-2, 205, Washington State; SR
Blake Barnett, 6-5, 220, South Florida; SR
Josh Love, 6-2, 205, San Jose State; SR
Alex Hornibrook, 6-4, 220, Florida State; SR
Brandon Wimbush, 6-1, 225, Central Florida, SR
Joe Burrow, 6-3, 220, LSU; SR
Deandre Francois, 6-1, 205, Florida Atlantic; SR
Ryan Willis, 6-4, 225, Virginia Tech; SR
Jake Bentley, 6-4, 220, South Carolina; SR
Bryce Perkins, 6-3, 210, Virginia; SR
Nathan Rourke, 6-2, 210, Ohio; SR
Mason Fine, 5-11, 185, North Texas; SR
Ben Hicks, 6-1, 215, Arkansas; SR
Nick Tiano, 6-4, 240, Chattanooga; SR
Riley Neal, 6-5, 215, Vanderbilt; SR
Shelton Eppler, 6-1, 205, Northwestern State, SR
Jon Wessink, 6-2, 200, Western Michigan, SR
Quentin Harris, 6-1, 195, Duke; SR
Alex Delton, 6-0, 200, TCU; SR
Tom Flacco, 6-0, 210, Towson; SR
Justin McMillan, 6-3, 210, Tulane; SR
Jacob Knipp, 6-3, 220, Northern Colorado; SR
Tom Stewart, 6-3, 220, Rice; SR
Tommy Stevens, 6-4, 240, Mississippi State, SR
Mason Fine, 5-11, 185, North Texas; SR
Mitch Guadagni, 6-2, 200, Toledo; SR
Jake Meier, 6-0, 200, UC-Davis; SR
J’Mar Smith, 6-1, 225, Louisiana Tech; SR
McKenzie Milton, 5-11, 185, Central Florida; SR
Carter Stanley, 6-2, 200, Kansas; SR
RBs
Jonathan Taylor, 5-10, 220, Wisconsin; JR
Travis Etienne, 5-9, 215, Clemson; JR
AJ Dillon, 5-11, 250, Boston College; JR
J.K. Dobbins, 5-9, 220, Ohio State, JR
Eno Benjamin, Arizona State; JR
Najee Harris, Alabama
Cam Akers, 5-10, 215, Florida State; JR
Trey Sermon, 5-11, 220, Oklahoma; JR
Michael Warren, 5-10, 220, Cincinnati; JR
Moe Neal, 5-10, 200, Syracuse; SR
Cade Carney, 5-10, 215, Wake Forest; SR
Corey Dauphine, Tulane, SR
Reggie Corbin, 5-9, 200, Illinois; SR
Spencer Brown, 5-11, 220, Alabama-Birmingham
James Gilbert, 5-9, 200, Kansas State; SR
Benny LeMay, 5-9, 215, Charlotte; SR
Jordan Cronkrite, 5-10, 210, South Florida; SR
Patrick Carr, 5-9, 205, Houston; SR
Quadraiz Wadley, 5-11, 205, UTEP; SR
Darius Bradwell, 6-0, 230, Tulane; SR
Greg McCrae, 5-9, 175, Central Florida; JR
Kennedy McKoy, 5-11, 210, West Virginia; SR
Patrick Taylor, 6-2, 225, Memphis; SR
Tre Harbison, 5-10, 230, Northern Illinois; JR
Jaqwis Dancy, 5-11, 195, Louisiana Tech; SR
Jo-el Shaw, 6-0, 230, Kent State; SR
Anthony Jones, 5-10, 215, Florida International; SR
Jonathan Ward, 5-11, 205, Central Michigan; SR
Keasan Strong, 5-10, 195, Old Dominion; SR
LeVante Bellamy, 5-9, 185, Western Michigan; SR
DeeJay Dallas, 5-9, 220, Miami; JR
Adrian Killins, 5-8, 165, Central Florida; SR
FB
Brady Ross, 6-0, 250, Iowa; SR
WRs
Jerry Jeudy – JR – WR – Alabama
Collin Johnson, 6-6, 220, Texas; SR
Tylan Wallace, 6-0, 185, Oklahoma State; JR
CeeDee Lamb, 6-1, 190, Oklahoma; SR
Adrian Hardy, 6-2, 195, Louisiana Tech; JR
Tee Higgins, 6-3, 205, Clemson; JR
Tyler Johnson, 6-1, 200, Minnesota; SR
Damon Hazelton, 6-2, 225, Virginia Tech; JR
KJ Hill, 5-11, 195, Ohio State; SR
Joe Reed, 6-0, 215, Virginia; SR
Tarik Black, 6-2, 215, Michigan; JR
Jalen Reagor, 5-11, 195, TCU; JR
KJ Osborn, 6-0, 205, Miami; SR
TJ Vasher, 6-5, 190, Texas Tech; JR
Maurice Ffrench, 6-1, 200, Pittsburgh, SR
Donovan Peoples-Jones, 6-1, 210, Michigan; JR
Austin Mack, 6-2, 215, Ohio State; SR
Diondre Overton, 6-3, 205, Clemson; SR
Hasise Dubois, 6-2, 215, Virginia; SR
JD Spielman, 5-9, 185, Nebraska; JR
Isaiah Wright, 6-1, 220, Temple; SR
Donovan Hale, 6-4, 225, Indiana; SR
Aaron Young, 6-2, 205, Duke; SR
AJ Taylor, 5-11, 205, Wisconsin; SR
Aaron Mathews, 6-3, 220, Pittsburgh, SR
Deshaunte Jones, 5-9, 185, Iowa State; SR
Nick Westbrook, 6-3, 215, Indiana; SR
Rico Bussey, 6-1, 190, North Texas; SR
Denzel Mims, 6-2, 210, Baylor, SR
Devin Duvernay, 5-10, 210, Texas; SR
Darrell Stewart, 6-1, 220, Michigan State; SR
Seth Collins, 6-3, 190, Texas Tech; SR
Marcus Simms, 6-0, 190, West Virginia; SR
Bennett Skowronek, 6-3, 210, Northwestern; SR
Obi Obialo, 6-2, 215, Marshall; SR
Dalton Schoen, 6-0, 200, Kansas State; SR
Chris Platt, 5-11, 170, Baylor; SR
Austin Maloney, 5-10, 190, Florida International; SR
Nick Basquine, 5-10, 195, Oklahoma; SR
Riley Miller, 6-0, 200, Ball State; SR
Ty Lee, 5-8, 180, Middle Tennessee; SR
D’Wayne Eskridge, 5-9, 185, Western Michigan; SR
Lucky Johnson, 6-0, 185, Western Kentucky; SR
Isaiah Zuber, 5-11, 190, Kansas State; SR
David McKinley-Lewis, 5-10, 185, Toledo; SR
Mike Carrigan, 5-9, 170, Kent State; SR
Jordan Mitchell, 6-2, 205, Southern Mississippi; SR
Spencer Tears, 6-3, 200, Northern Illinois; SR
John Mitchell, 6-3, 220, Florida Atlantic; SR
Arthur Jackson, 5-11, 185, Eastern Michigan, SR
Rashad Medaris, 5-11, 180, Cincinnati; SR
TEs
Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri; SR
Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt; SR
Mitch Wilcox, 6-5, 245, South Florida; SR
Brycen Hopkins, 6-5, 245, Purdue; SR
Grant Calcaterra, 6-3, 225, Oklahoma; JR
Luke Farrell, 6-5, 250, Ohio State; JR
Sean McKeon, 6-5, 250, Michigan; SR
Tanner Cowley, 6-4, 235, Virginia; SR
Donte Thompson, 6-4, 225, Texas Tech; SR
Harrison Bryant, 6-4, 240, Florida Atlantic; SR
Carl Tucker, 6-2, 255, North Carolina, SR
Austin Dorris, 6-5, 250, Bowling Green; SR
Thomas Odukova, 6-5, 260, Eastern Michigan; SR
Armani Levias, 6-3, 260, Marshall; SR
OT
Walker Little, Stanford; JR
Trey Adams, 6-7, 330, Washington; SR
Mekhi Becton, 6-6, 355, Louisville: JR
Alaric Jackson, 6-6, 320, Iowa; SR
Jon Runyan, 6-5, 310, Michigan; SR
Lucas Niang, 6-6, 330, TCU; SR
Thad Munford, 6-5, 310, Ohio State; JR
Hakeem Adeniji, 6-5, 310; SR
Charlie Heck, 6-7, 310, North Carolina, SR
Evin Ksiezarczyk, 6-5, 315, Buffalo; SR
Ben Petruls, 6-5, 310, Boston College; JR
Trevor Elbert, 6-6, 315, Central Florida; SR
Josh Alabi, 6-4, 305, Ohio State; SR
Terence Steele, 6-5, 320, Texas Tech; SR
Coy Cronk, 6-5, 325, Indiana; SR
Marcus Norman, 6-5, 305, South Florida; SR
Jordan Steckler, 6-5, 310, Northern Illinois; SR
Colton McKivitz, 6-6, 315, West Virginia; SR
Cole Chewins, 6-7, 300, Michigan State; SR
Julian Good-Jones, 6-5, 300, Iowa State; SR
Chris Ferguson, 6-5, 310, Cincinnati; SR
Steve Nielsen, 6-7, 320, Eastern Michigan; SR
Anthony McKinley, 6-7, 315, TCU; SR
Travis Bruffy, 6-5, 305, Texas Tech; SR
Lorenzo Taborn, 6-5, 325, Bowling Green; SR
Bryce Meeker, 6-5, 310, Iowa State; SR
Scott Frantz, 6-5, 305, Kansas State; SR
Cameron Bell, 6-7, 345, Toledo; SR
Cameron Clark, 6-5, 295, Charlotte; SR
Clyde McCauley, 6-5, 305, Kansas; SR
Trevor Brown, 6-5, 300, Akron; SR
Kelby Wickline, 6-3, 305, West Virginia; SR
Austen Pleasants, 6-7, 310, Ohio; SR
Drake Dorbeck, 6-5, 320, Southern Mississippi; SR
Danny Pinter, 6-4, 295, Ball State; SR
Nick Kaltmayer, 6-7, 310, Kansas State; SR
DeVondre Love, 6-6, 300, Indiana; SR
OG
Ben Bredenson, 6-4, 320, Michigan; SR
John Simpson, 6-4, 330, Clemson; SR
Branden Bowen, 6-6, 315, Ohio State; SR
Jack Anderson, 6-5, 320, Texas Tech; JR
Cole Minshew, 6-4, 330, Florida State; SR
Evan Adams, 6-5, 340, Syracuse; SR
Josh Sills, 6-5, 330, West Virginia; JR
Gage Cervanka, 6-3, 325, Clemson; SR
Nick Polino, 6-3, 310, North Carolina; SR
Michael Onwenu, 6-3, 350, Michigan; SR
John Phillips, 6-5, 305, Boston College; SR
Tremayne Anchrum, 6-2, 310, Clemson; SR
Marcus Keyes, 6-3, 310, Oklahoma State; SR
Jovahn Fair, 6-2, 300, Temple; SR
Matt McCann, 6-4, 305, Purdue: SR
Julian Santos, 6-3, 310, Duke; SR
Sam Tecklenburg, 6-3, 310, Baylor; SR
Jared Southers, 6-4, 315, Georgia Tech; SR
Jake Brown, 6-3, 305, Central Florida; SR
Tyler Higby, 6-4, 300, Michigan State; SR
Morgan James, 6-4, 320, Cincinnati: SR
Jason Erdman, 6-5, 330, Wisconsin; SR
Cordel Iwuagwu, 6-3, 315, TCU; SR
Kamaal Seymour, 6-5, 310, Rutgers; SR
Josh Knipfel, 6-5, 310, Iowa State; SR
Simon Stepaniak, 6-3, 325, Indiana; SR
Luke Juriga, 6-4, 295, Western Michigan; SR
Chase Brown, 6-4, 300, Pittsburgh; SR
Paul Noseworthy, 6-4, 290, Buffalo; SR
David Moorman, 6-5, 300, Wisconsin; SR
Miles Pate, 6-2, 315, Western Kentucky; SR
Tyler Mitchell, 6-3, 310, Kansas State; SR
Ethan Reed, 6-3, 295, Louisiana Tech; SR
Zach Vanesky, 6-3, 305, Rutgers; SR
Nathan Veloz, 6-4, 320, Northern Illinois; SR
Madison Akamnonu, 6-4, 320, Texas Tech; SR0
Levi Paulsen, 6-4, 305, Iowa; SR
Ty Pollard, 6-5, 315, Southern Mississippi; SR
Yazeed Atariwa, 6-3, 315, Toledo; SR
William Atterbury, 6-3, 305, South Florida; SR
C
Tyler Biadasz, 6-3, 320, Wisconsin; SR
Cesar Ruiz, 6-3, 320, Michigan; JR
Zach Shackelford, 6-3, 305, Texas; SR
Jordan Johnson, 6-2, 320, Central Florida; SR
Jimmy Morrissey,6-3, 305, Pittsburgh, JR
Sean Pollard, 6-4, 320, Clemson; SR
Kenny Cooper, 6-3, 305, Georgia Tech; SR
Gavin Everett, 6-3, 265, Indiana; SR
Johnny Wilson, 6-2, 305, Oklahoma State; SR
Jared Thomas, 6-4, 295, Northwestern; SR
Bailey Smith, 6-4, 305, Texas Tech; SR
Danny Godlevske, 6-2, 300, Miami (O); JR
Lee Dufour, 6-3, 310, Alabama-Birmingham; SR
Jake Fruhmorgen, 6-5, 305, Baylor; SR
Steven Hayes, 6-3, 320, Ohio; SR
Dallas Connell, 6-2, 300, Florida International; SR
Junior Diaz, 6-2, 300, Florida Atlantic; SR
Bryce Harris, 6-3, 285, Toledo; SR
Adam Holtori, 6-3, 305, Kansas State; SR
Sosaia Mose, 6-2, 305, North Texas; SR
Steve Eipper, 6-4, 290, Central Michigan; SR
Derron Gatewood, 6-2, 300, UTEP; SR
Jack Kramer, 6-2, 300, Bowling Green; SR
Levi Brown, 6-4, 285, Marshall; SR
DE
Chase Young, 6-4, 265, Ohio State; JR
Kenny Willikes, 6-4, 265, Michigan State; SR
AJ Epenesa, 6-3, 280, Iowa; JR
JaQuan Bailey, 6-2, 255, Iowa State; SR
Jonathan Garvin, 6-3, 250, Miami; JR
Alton Robinson, 6-3, 260, Syracuse; SR
Malcolm Roach, 6-3, 290, Texas; SR
Kendall Coleman, 6-2, 255, Syracuse; SR
Jonathan Cooper; 6-3, 260, Ohio State; SR
James Lynch, 6-4, 285, Baylor; JR
Houshun Gaines, 6-3, 235, Virginia Tech; SR
Rashad Weaver, 6-5, 265, Pittsburgh, JR
Reggie Walker, 6-2, 250, Kansas State; DE
Greg Reaves, 6-2, 250, South Florida; SR
Eli Howard, 6-4, 270, Texas Tech; JR
James Smith-Williams, 6-2, 275, North Carolina State; SR
Joe Gaziano, 6-3, 275, Northwestern; SR
Kirk Livingstone, 6-3, 265, South Florida; SR
Mike Scott, 6-4, 245, Oklahoma State; SR
Gavin Everett, 6-3, 265, Indiana, SR
Brandon Hayes, 6-3, 295, Central Florida; SR
James Lockhart, 6-2, 265, Baylor; SR
Winston DeLattiboudere, 6-3, 250, Minnesota; SR
Darrius Moragne, 6-6, 265, Kansas; SR
Alex Highsmith, 6-3, 245, Charlotte; SR
Reese Donahue, 6-3, 275, West Virginia; SR
Ty Tyler, 6-2, 255, Marshall; SR
Codey Cole, 6-3, 285, Kansas; SR
LaDarius Hamilton, 6-3, 255, North Texas; SR
Josh Little, 6-3, 260, Florida International; SR
Scott Patchan, 6-5, 255, Miami; SR
David Konowalski, 6-3, 230, Bowling Green; SR
Trae Philpots, 6-4, 245, Middle Tennessee; SR
Sean Adesanya, 6-, 240, Central Michigan; SR
Tyriq Harris, 6-2, 240, Charlotte; SR
DT
Carlos Davis, 6-2, 325, Nebraska, SR
Marvin Wilson, 6-4, 315, Florida State; JR
Raequan Williams, 6-3, 300, Michigan State; SR
Gerald Wilbon, 6-3, 335, Texas; SR
Eli Hanback, 6-3, 300, Virginia; SR
Ray Lima, 6-2, 305, Iowa State; SR
McKinley Williams, 6-3, 295, Syracuse; SR
Mike Panasiuk, 6-3, 300, Michigan State; SR
Jason Strowbridge, 6-3, 285, North Carolina, SR
Lorenzo Neal, 6-2, 315, Purdue; SR
Robert Landers, 6-1, 290, Ohio State; SR
Amir Watts, 6-3, 300, Pittsburgh, SR
Carlo Kemp, 6-2, 280, Michigan; SR
Tymir Oliver, 6-4, 290, Illinois; SR
Doug Costin, 6-2, 295, Miami (O); SR
Aaron Crawford, 6-1, 310, North Carolina; SR
Robert Windsor, 6-3, 290, Penn State; SR
Khalil Davis, 6-2, 310, Nebraska; SR
Cedric Lattimore, 6-3, 295, Iowa; SR
Neville Gallimore, 6-2, 330, Oklahoma; SR
Adam McLean, 6-2, 305, Maryland, SR
Trey Dishon, 6-2, 310, Kansas State; SR
Brady Reiff, 6-3, 280, Iowa; SR
Jahmahl Johnson, 6-0, 295, Iowa State; SR
Bravvion Roy, 6-1, 330, Baylor; SR
Jamal Milan, 6-2, 305, Illinois; SR
Garrett Marino, 6-2, 290, Alabama-Birmingham; SR
Jelani Brown, 6-2, 300, Kansas; SR
Denzel Chukwukelu, 6-3, 290, UTEP; SR
Ben LeRoy, 6-3, 305, Northern Illinois; SR
Broderick Washington, 6-3, 305, Texas Tech; SR
Pat Bethel, 6-4, 285, Miami; SR
Nate Childress, 6-3, 295, Toledo; SR
Tayland Humphrey, 6-4, 350, Florida International; SR
Ty Eddington, 6-2, 355, Eastern Michigan; SR
Joe Davies, 6-2, 285, Kansas State; SR
ILB
Paddy Fisher, 6-3, 245, Northwestern; JR
Joe Bachie, 6-1, 240, Michigan State; SR
Marcus Bailey, 6-0, 240, Purdue; SR
Kenneth Murray, 6-1, 240, Oklahoma; JR
Shaq Quarterman, 6-1, 235, Miami; SR
Tuf Borland, 6-0, 232, Ohio State; JR
Clay Johnston, 6-0, 235, Baylor; SR
Dontavious Jackson, 6-3, 235, Florida State; SR
Jordan Mack, 6-2, 230, Virginia; SR
Rayshard Ashby, 5-10, 230, Virginia Tech; JR
Dominique Ross, 6-2, 220, North Carolina; SR
Thomas Barber, 6-0, 235, Minnesota; SR
Nate Evans, 6-0, 240, Central Florida; SR
Raekwon Jones, 6-2, 240, Indiana; SR
Mohamed Barry, 6-0, 230, Nebraska; SR
Sage Lewis, 6-0, 240, Florida International; SR
Khaleke Hudson, 6-0, 220, Michigan; SR
Nico Sawtelle, 6-2, 225, South Florida; SR
Dele Harding, 6-1, 230, Illinois; SR
Montrel Wilson, 6-2, 230, TCU; SR
Isaiah Davis, 6-0, 245, Maryland, SR
Jordyn Brooks, 6-0, 240, Texas Tech; SR
Jan Johnson, 6-2, 240, Penn State; SR
John Lako, 6-2, 225, Akron; SR
Fitzgerald Mofor, 6-0, 240, Alabama-Birmingham; SR
Kyle Pugh, 6-0, 235, Northern Illinois; SR
David Curry, 6-2, 220, Georgia Tech; SR
Drake Spears, 6-1, 220, Western Michigan; SR
Rashad Smith, 6-1, 220, Florida Atlantic; SR
Jacob White, 6-0, 230, Central Michigan; SR
OLB
Isaiah Simmons, 6-3, 225, Clemson; JR
Carter Coughlin, 6-3, 245, Minnesota; SR
Michael Pinckney, 6-1, 220, Miami; SR
Malik Harrison, 6-3, 245, Ohio State; SR
Josh Uche, 6-2, 240, Michigan; SR
Andrew Armstrong, 6-2, 235, Syracuse; SR
Cam Brown, 6-5, 230, Penn State; SR
Zach McCloud, 6-2, 235, Miami; SR
Tyriq Thompson, 6-0, 240, Michigan State; SR
Shaun Bradley, 6-0, 225, Temple, SR
Zach Braun, 6-3, 225, Wisconsin; SR
Mark Jackson, 6-1, 240, Oklahoma; SR
Tyrin Ferguson, 6-2, 230, Nebraska; SR
Blake Lynch, 6-2, 220, Baylor; SR
Kamal Martin, 6-2, 235, Minnesota; SR
Marcus Spears, 6-1, 220, Iowa State; SR
Calvin Bundage, 6-2, 215, Oklahoma State; SR
Azur Kamara, 6-3, 235, Kansas; SR
Omari Cobb, 6-3, 230, Marshall; SR
Da’Quan Patton, 6-0, 225, Kansas State; SR
Jordan Fisher, 6-2, 240, Toledo; SR
Jeff Gemmell, 6-2, 230, Charlotte; SR
Antonio Jones-Davis, 5-11, 230, Northern Illinois; SR
Khristian Welch, 6-2, 240, Iowa; SR
Josh Brown, 6-2, 225, Akron; SR
Matt Bahr, 6-1, 210, Kent State; SR
Najee Clayton, 6-2, 220, Western Michigan; SR
Dominic Sheppard, 6-1, 210, Texas-San Antonio
Ray Wilborn, 6-3, 225, Ball State; SR
Alex Grace, 6-1, 220, Western Michigan; SR
Khalil Brooks, 5-11, 210, Middle Tennessee; SR
CB
Bryce Hall, 6-0, 200, Virginia, SR
Lavert Hill, 5-11, 185, Michigan; SR
Jeff Gladney, 5-11, 185, TCU; SR
Mark Gilbert, 6-0, 175, Duke; JR
Trajan Bandy, 5-9, 200, Miami; JR
Stanford Samuels, 6-1, 185, Florida State; JR
Amik Robertson, 5-9, 180, Louisiana Tech; JR
Dane Jackson, 6-0, 190, Pittsburgh, SR
Jeffrey Okudah, 6-0, 200, Ohio State; JR
Mike Hampton, 6-0, 185, South Florida; JR
AJ Green, 6-0, 190, Oklahoma State; SR
Damon Arnette, 5-11, 195, Ohio State; SR
Brontae Harris, 5-10, 190, Alabama-Birmingham; JR
Josh Butler, 5-11, 175, Michigan State; SR
Chris Fredrick, 5-10, 200, Syracuse; SR
Antoine Brooks, 5-11, 210, Maryland; SR
John Reid, 5-10, 190, Penn State; SR
Kevin McGill, 6-1, 195, Eastern Michigan; SR
Andre Brown, 6-0, 205, Indiana; SR
Nevelle Clarke, 6-0, 190, Central Florida, SR
Trae Williams, 5-11, 210, Northwestern; SR
L’Jarius Sneed, 6-0, 195, Louisiana Tech; SR
Tino Ellis, 6-0, 195, Maryland; SR
Lamar Jackson, 6-2, 215, Nebraska; SR
Mike Ojemudia, 6-0, 200, Iowa; SR
Parnell Motley, 5-11, 180, Oklahoma; SR
Damon Hayes, 6-0, 205, Rutgers; SR
Julius Lewis, 5-9, 170, TCU; SR
A’shon Riggins, 5-11, 190, Indiana; SR
Desmon Smith, 6-1, 190, Texas Tech; SR
Cassius Grady, 5-9, 185, Texas-San Antonio
Hakeem Bailey, 5-11, 195, West Virginia; SR
Chris Jackson, 5-11, 190, Marshall, SR
Rod Campbell, 5-11, 190, Northwestern; SR
Stanley Thomas-Oliver, 6-1, 185, Florida International; SR
Hasan Defense, 5-11, 195, Kansas; SR
Ta’Corian Darden, 5-8, 190, Western Kentucky
Justus Parker, 5-10, 205, Texas Tech; SR
Alvin Davis, 5-9, 175, Akron; SR
Kereon Merrell, 5-10, 180, Marshall; SR
Jamal Parker, 5-8, 180, Kent State; SR
Stefan Claiborne, 6-1, 190; Western Michigan; SR
Josh Norwood, 5-9, 180, West Virginia; SR
Zedrick Raymond, 5-11, 180, Miami (O); SR
F/SS
Richie Grant, 6-0, 195, Central Florida; JR
Greg Eisworth, 6-0, 200, Iowa State; JR
Tanner Muse, 6-0, 230, Clemson; SR
Kenny Robinson, 6-1, 205, West Virginia; JR
Levonta Taylor, 5-9, 185, Florida State; SR
Josh Meteluus, 6-0, 205, Michigan; SR
Jarius Morehead, 6-0, 220, North Carolina State; SR
Marcelino Ball, 6-0, 220, Indiana; JR
Javon Hagan, 6-1, 210, Ohio; SR
James Wiggins, 6-0, 205, Cincinnati; JR
Jordan Fuller, 6-1, 205, Ohio State; SR
Damar Hamlin, 6-1, 195, Pittsburgh, SR
David Dowell, 6-0, 205, Michigan State; SR
K’Von Wallace, 5-11, 210, Clemson; SR
Reggie Floyd, 5-11, 220, Virginia Tech; SR
Reed Blankenship, 6-1, 195, Middle Tennessee; JR
Myles Dorn, 6-1, 210, North Carolina, SR
Malik Dixon, 6-2, 215, Rutgers; SR
Brandon Jones, 6-0, 210, Texas; SR
Evan Foster, 5-11, 220, Syracuse; SR
Navon Mosley, 6-0, 200, Purdue; SR
Braxton Lewis, 5-11. 190, Iowa State; SR
Garrett Taylor, 6-0, 205, Penn State; SR
Khalil Bryant, 5-10, 200, Indiana; SR
Innis Gaines, 6-1, 205, TCU; SR
Stanley Green, 5-10, 200, Illinois; SR
Chris Miller, 5-11, 190, Baylor; SR
Khairi Muhammad, 5-11, 185, North Texas; SR
Benny Walls, 6-0, 210, Temple; SR
Denzel Goolsby, 5-10, 205, Kansas State
Doug Coleman, 6-3, 190, Texas Tech; SR
Ben DeLuca, 6-0, 210, Charlotte; SR
Mike Lee, 5-10, 185, Kansas; SR
Vernon Scott, 6-1, 205, TCU; SR
Dylan Singleton, 5-11, 190, Duke, SR
Jerry McBride, 6-1, 210, Bowling Green; SR
Khalil Robinson, 6-0, 175, Toledo; SR
Taylor Robinson, 5-11, 195, North Texas; SR
Bryce Torneden, 5-10, 190, Kansas; SR
Darryl Lewis, 5-11, 215, Louisiana Tech; SR
Mykelu Williams, 5-11, 210, Northern Illinois; SR
Vince Calhoun, 5-11, 200, Eastern Michigan; SR
Ollie Cushion, 5-8, 180, Florida International; SR
Juatin Tranquill, 5-10, 190, Western Michigan; SR
JoVanni Stewart, 5-8, 200, West Virginia; SR
DeDarallo Blue, 6-0, 200, Toledo; SR
Brady Hoying, 5-11, 205, Eastern Michigan; SR
Jovante Moffatt, 5-11, 220, Middle Tennessee; SR
Trayshon Foster, 5-11, 205, Northern Illnois; SR
P
Sterling Hofrichter, 5-9, 195, Syracuse; SR
Will Hart, 6-3, 195, Michigan; SR
Blake Gillikin, 6-2, 295, Penn State; SR
Jake Hartbarger, 6-3, 195, Michigan State; SR
Isaac Armstrong, 5-11, 205, Nebraska, SR
Colton Restetter, 6-1, 215, Iowa; SR
Devin Anctil, 6-0, 235, Kansas State
Michael Farkas, 6-3, 195, Ohio; SR
Jacob Herbers, 6-2, 215, Minnesota; SR
Alvin Kenworthy, 6-2, 195, North Texas; SR
Kyle Kramer, 6-3, 215, Miami (O); SR
Anthony Lotti, 6-0, 185, Wisconsin; SR
Mitch Crawford, 6-0, 185, UTEP; SR
Brady Farlow, 5-11, 185, Louisiana Tech
Bailey Cate, 6-3, 200, Old Dominion; SR
PK
Ricky Aguayo, 6-2, 215, Florida State; SR
Logan Justus, 5-11, 185, Indiana; SR
Matt Ammendola, 5-9, 195, Oklahoma State; SR
Nick Vogel, 5-10, 190, Alabama-Birmingham; SR
Ryan Tice, 6-0, 170, Central Michigan; SR
Jonathan Song, 5-10, 175, TCU; SR
Louie Zervos, 5-9, 180, Ohio; SR
Justin Rohrwasser, 6-3, 235, Marshall; SR
Sam Sloman, 5-8, 210, Miami (O); SR
LS

Tuesday Pro day notes

The focus of today’s pro day schedule was supposed to be on the Florida schools Florida State and Florida, but in the end Texas RB D’Onta Foreman may have stolen the show. Foreman led the nation in rushing yards per game – in fact by almost 30 yards per game – in 2016, but wasn’t getting much traction from pro scouts because of concerns about his long speed. However, Foreman may have put those concerns to rest when he reported ran the 40 in the 4.45 range at the Longhorns pro day today while running at 234 pounds. Even better perhaps for Foreman, he had a reported 7-flat time in the 3-cone drill which again is outstanding for such a big back. Meanwhile, former UT QB Tyrone Swoopes, who is being looked at by the NFL as a TE, had a decent 4.65 time in the 40 along with a 35-inch vertical, while veteran G/T Kent Perkins posted 35 reps in the bench press which would have been better than anybody at the combine.

Back in Florida, the big story at Florida perhaps was the fact that CB Teez Tabor actually ran slower at the Gators’ pro day than he did at the combine. Tabor, who had been considered to be a lock to be a first round pick until he ran over 4.62 seconds for the 40 in Indianapolis, struggled to a 4.75 clocking today. And while nobody ever considered Tabor to be a burner, those times are not going to help his final draft, especially with so many other really good corners out there. No such problems for Florida MLB Jarrad Davis, who did not run at the combine because of a lingering ankle injury, but reportedly ran under the 4.6 mark at the UF pro day today. Davis also had a very athletic 38.5-inch vertical and has NFL people again whispering ‘potential’ first-rounder about Davis. At the same time, safety Marcus Maye also helped himself after he missed most of the 2017 season with an injury; Maye reportedly ran in the mid-4.55 range.

Over at Florida State, DE Demarcus Walker, who finished second in the nation with 16 in 2016, but did not run at the combine, posted a respectable 40 time of 4.76 seconds, along with 20 reps. The problem for Walker is that he is kind of a tweener, at least for a 4-3, at 6-3, 281, but should get plenty of second-round interest as a 3-4 5T DE.

As the QB turns and other pro day notes

And speaking of the top 3 QBs, San Diego will work out Notre Dame QB DeShone Kizer later today. The Chargers have indicated that they won’t use the 7th pick overall on a QB, but do seem to be interested in finding a replacement for Philip Rivers, who is entering his 14th season, as they have also reportedly worked out Pat Mahomes of Texas Tech.  Similar story at New Orleans where the Saints have also worked out Mahomes. Speaking of Mahomes, he worked out for Arizona and Cleveland earlier this week. Interestingly, Cardinals team owner Michael Bidwell actually attended Mahomes workout along with head coach Bruce Arians. While not totally unprecedented, It is rather unusual for an owner to attend a private workout and tens to suggest some real interest on the Cards who need an eventual replacement for Carson Palmer.

San Francisco, which has the #2 pick, had a full contingent of personnel people flying around the country checking out QBs this week. The notable absentee on their trip was head coach Kyle Shanahan. There may have been a good reason as Shanahan stayed home to watch Stanford’s pro day yesterday where DE Solomon Thomas, one of the 49ers’ most likely targets with the 2nd pick if they opt not to take a QB, worked out. Shanahan was accompanied by the 49ers defensive line and RB coaches. Interesting, Chicago which has the next pick after S.F. also had their head coach (Ron Rivera) and d-line coach at the Stanford work out.

Interesting to note at the Utah pro day yesterday that DE Hunter Dimick had a pretty good day. Dimick wasn’t invited to the combine despite leading the Pac-12 with 14.5 sacks last fall, posted 38 reps in the bench, which would have been the best figure for anyone at the combine, and then reportedly ran the 40 in the low 4.7 range. That significantly quicker than the 4.85-4.90 most teams had him projected at. The one issue for the 6-3, 264-pound Dimick is that his arms are less than 31” which is short for a down DE.

MINNESOTA

March 13: A total of 26 NFL teams were represented at the Gophers’ pro day where SS Damarius Travis, who did not run at the combine, timed in the 4.60 range for the 40 which is kind of that gray area for a defensive back. Meanwhile, OT Jonah Pirsig, a bubble guy who likely just missed getting a combine invite certainly looked the part as he measured in at almost 6-8 and 314 pounds, although his bench press of just 20 reps was a little disappointing even for a player with his length. FTR Pirsig ran the 40 in the 5.40 range with a split of 1.87.

COLORADO STATE

March 8: As many as 28 teams were represented at the CSU pro day where OT Nick Callender sent some scouts back to the tape when the 6-5, 321-pounder posted a 34-inch vertical, two inches more than any OL at the combine. Unfortunately, Callender turned an ankle during the workout apparently before he did his 40s.

COLORADO

March 8: For the first time in over 2 decades, all 32 NFL team were represented at the Colorado pro day. And the stars of the Buffs rising draft class – CBs Chidobe Awuzie and Ahkello Witherspoon, safety Tedric Thompson, and QB Sefo Liufau- all largely sat on their combine numbers, but there were still a number of noteworthy performances by Buffs not in Indianapolis last weekend. Rangy edge rusher Jimmie Gilbert, for example, ran a  4.64 40 and had a 37″ vertical, although he only managed 12 reps in the BP. That may reflect in part that he is a rangy 6-5, 234-pounder with an 81″ wingspan which isn’t conducive to a great lift. Meanwhile, rugged NT Josh Tupou measured in at 6-3, 353 and ran a 5.35 40, which isn’t all that bad for a guy that size; he also managed 27 reps in the BP. DT Jordan Carell at 6-3, 290 and with a sub-5-flat 40 (4.98) could get some looks as a 5T DE. C Alex Kelley measured in at 6-2, 327 and had 28 BP reps, but only clocked 5.41 in the 40.

ALABAMA

March 8: All 32 teams had reps at the Alabama pro day earlier this afternoon. In fcat, there were an estimated 75-80 NFL personnel people in Tuscaloosa today for the Tide’s on-campus workout including Pittsburgh G.M. Kevin Colbert and head coaches Bill Belichek of the Super Bowl champion Patriots, Pete Carroll of Seattle and Todd Bowles of the Jets. In fact, there probably would have been more senior execs at the Alabama event; however, with most apparently decided to stay at home to get ready for the opening of the new year tomorrow. It is also true that Alabama didn’t have a lot of top prospects working out who pro teams hadn’t seen already. MLB Reuben Foster did talk with a lot of teams after being sent home from combine for getting involved in a verbal altercation with some medical personnel, but he also wasn’t going to workout at the Tide’s pro day because of an injury. In fact, perhaps the one newsworthy item from the Alabama pro day was that star DE Jonathan Allen, a potential top 5 candidate this coming April 27th, opted not to run again after he posted some disappointing 40 times in the 5-flat range at the combine. What that suggests is that in fact is his true footspeed, although to date there hasn’t been the kind of backlash that Joey Bosa got last year when he ran poorly at the 2016 combine.

OKLAHOMA

March 8: Every team was represented at this morning’s pro day workout at Oklahoma where RB Joe Mixon and WR DeDe Westbrook posted very good 40 times, although the rest of the latter’s day wasn’t much to write home about. Mixon, who wasn’t invited to the combine because of an off-field domestic assault a couple of years back, measured in a full-sized 6-1, 228 and was credited with a final, adjusted 40 time somewhere between 4.47 and 4.50 seconds. That puts him squarely in the same ballpark as what Leonard Fournette and Dalvon Cook, this year’s top prospects at the position, posted at the combine, as well as that of Zeke Elliott at last year’s event. Mixon also posted a 35″ vertical, 21 reps in the BP, and shuttle times of 4.25 in the (short shuttle) and 7.00 in the 3-cone drill, all of which would have been middle of the pack for the position at the combine. For the record, Mixon also reportedly caught the ball well in positional drills. Of note, while every team had a rep at the OU pro day, Minnesota, which is looking for a replacement for Adrian Peterson was the only team that brought a senior delegation. Indeed, the Vikes sent G.M. Rick Spielman, head coach Mike Zimmer as well as the team’s RB coach.

Meanwhile, WR Westbrook, who didn’t run at the combine by choice, ran even faster than Mixon as he posted a 40 very much in the low 4.4 range. However, there wasn’t much to get too excited about the rest of Westbrooks’ day. He measured in at a rail-thin 6-0, 174, barely managed 8 reps in the BP, had a 34.5″ vertical, and agility test times of 4.34 in the short shuttle and 7.24 seconds in the 3-cone, each of which would have either at, or near, the bottom of the rankings for the position at the combine.

On the other hand, LB Jordan Evans had a very nice day. He measured in at 6-3, 232 and ran the 40 in something in the 4.6 area. Evans also had a very athletic (for a LB) 38.5″ vertical, 19 reps in the BP, along with competitive agility times of 4.28 in the short shuttle and 7.03 in the 3-cone. Meanwhile, neither of WR Geno Lewis (4.65) nor SS Ahmad Thomas (4.75) ran well enough to do much to improve their already fringe draft grades.

March 7
PURDUE: With anyone who is anyone in the NFL scouting community was just a few miles down the road at the scouting combine in Indianapolis last weekend Purdue and held its pro day the day after the combine ended. If nothing else, it was a chance for WR DeAngelo Yancey, a bubble guy who ultimately wasn’t invited to the combine, to show NFL scouts they made a mistake. Yancey at least appeared to show that he maybe deserved some late round or free agent consideration this coming April. Running at 6-1.5 and 220 pounds, Yancey reportedly ran the 40 in the mid-4.5 range, had a solid 35.5 vertical and a 10-1 long jump. He also had decent times in both the 3-cone (6.89) and short shuttles (4.24). Meanwhile, 6-4, 302-pound OG Jordan Roos cranked out 41 reps in the bench press, which would have been six more than any lineman at the combine.