Like their counterparts at Stanford, Cal’s prospects worked out in a steady drizzle. Still 31 teams had reps at Berkley where they saw a ‘solid’ performance by CB Camryn Bynum. Bynum, who started all 42 games in his Cal career, made All-conference this fall, and was invited to both the combine and Senior Bowl, measured in at 6-0, 200, ran the 40 in a reported 4.49 seconds and had a 10-9 long jump. And while the 40 time was kind of average for a CB, Bynum was quicker in the agility drills in which his short shuttle time (4.01 seconds) would have been second fastest among corners at the 2020 combine, while his 3-cone clocking (6.98) would have been in the top 5 of those that participated in the drill last year. At 6-6, 330, OT Jake Curhan met the NFL’s size specs for the position, but his 5.42 40 clocking might have teams thinking about kicking him inside to OG at the next level. At the same time, veteran DE Zeandae Johnson measured in at 6-4, 290 and ran the 40 in 4.82 seconds which might get him some free agent looks as a possible 5T DE.