Both of Tennessee OG Trey Smith and WR Josh Palmer had very business-like workouts at the Vols’ pro day. Neither was spectacular, but they managed to check off all the boxes. Smith measured in at a robust 6-5.5 and 321 pounds, posted 32 reps in the BP, had a 31-inch vertical and ran the 40 in the mid-5.1 range. Smith, though, was noticeably quicker in the agility drills as he laid down a 7.43 clocking in the 3-cone drill, which would have been the second quickest among the OL at the 2020 draft.
For his part, Palmer, one of the top Canadian prospects in the 2020 draft, measured in at a solid 6-1, 210 with 33-inch arms. He posted a 34-inch vertical, had a 10-4 long jump and ran the 40 in 4.53 seconds. Again, nothing special, but pretty much was expected from Palmer.