The Aggies had more than their share of players invited to this year’s non-combine – 8 in total – although only QB Kellen Mond would be considered to be more than a mid-to-late third day prospect. And while QBs like Mac Jones of Alabama and Ohio State’s Justin Fields were getting national attention, Mond did get in his licks at the Aggies’ pro day. Mond measured in at 6-2.5, 211 and ran the forty in a fast (for a QB) 4.60 seconds. He also reportedly threw the ball well showing plenty of arm strength.
The Aggies also had three offensive linemen working out today. each of whom at least looked the part. OT Dan Moore, for example, came in at 6-5, 311 with 34.5-inch arms and 10-inch hands. He also ran well enough with a 5.20 40 clocking and put a solid 28 reps in the BP. Fellow OT Carson Green was even a little taller at 6-6, 320 and with 34-inch arms and 10.5-inch hands. but was a little slower in the 40 with a 5.30 clocking. Meanwhile, OG Jared Hocker was technically the biggest of the three at 6-6, 327, but had somewhat shorter arms at just 32 inches. He was also the slowest of the three in the 40 at 5.35.
And speaking of large, DT Bobby Brown is nothing if not that. He measured in at a full-sized 6-4, 321 with 35-inch arms and 10.5 inch hands. He also ran pretty well for a guy that size posting a 40-time of 5-flat. LBs Buddy Johnson and Anthony Hines also ran pretty well with respective 40 clockings of 4.57 seconds and 4.65 seconds. Johnson, in particular, also impressed with a 38.5-inch vertical and quick shuttle times of 4.03 seconds in the SS and 7.04 in the 3-cone. In fact, the one Aggie prospect that didn’t run that well was WR Jhamon Ausbon who had a 4.72 clocking running at 6-2, 217.