The Eastern Washington pro day was held in blustery conditions that made it difficult for the players. NFL teams are intrigued by the versatility of DE Albert Havili, who could also get looks at OLB and even TE at the next level. Havili, who had 7 sacks this past season, measured in at 6-2, 278, and impressed with 29 reps in the BP; he also had a 31-inch vertical while he ran the 40 in an average of 4.87 seconds, although his splits of 1.64 were better. Possession WR Nic Sblendorio (5-10.5, 180) who led the team with 72 catches in 2017, didn’t run all that well with a 40-clocking barely under 4.7 seconds but he was faster in the agiliity drills. NFL scouts were also reportedly impressed with P Jordan Dascalo who was getting great hang time on his punts.