While Alabama and Ohio State were hogging the national pro day attention today, several Washington Huskies quietly went about their business posting solid numbers at their on-campus workout. Rising DT Levi Onwuzurike, for example, was a little smaller than perhaps NFL scouts were hoping at 6-2.7 and 290 pounds, but still has decent length with 33-inch arms and 10-plus inch hands. He also tested very well with a 40-time in the 4.85-4.90 range, along with posting 29 reps in the BP. Same story for DE/OLB Joe Tryon who very much looked the part measuring in at 6-5, 259 with 34-inch arms and 10.25 inch hands. Tryon also ran well enough with a 40 clocking in the 4.65 range and had a 35-inch vertical and 22 reps in the BP, while his agility test results – 4.36 in the short shuttle and 7.18 in the 3-cone were – were also solid.
The story wasn’t quite as good for versatile DB Elijah Molden who neither very big nor fast. Molden, who played safety, corner and nickle at various times with the Huskies, measured in at just 5-9, 192 with only 29.5 inch arms. He also ran the 40 in the 4.60 range, although his vertical of 36.5 inches and 10-5 long jump were okay. Fellow CB Keith Taylor did fare a little better as he measured in at 6-2, 187, but with only 31-inch arms. Taylor was credited with a 4.53 40 clocking while posting times of 6.85 seconds in the 3-cone drill, which is quite good, and 4.26 seconds in the short shuttle which wasn’t.