By College Football Analyst Josh Buchanan for TonySoftli.Com

 

ABILENE CHRISTIAN

 

This was held on March 16th at action zone in Abilene, Texas in 55 degree weather with no wind on FO1 conditions.

 

FB Noah Cheshier measured 6023, 238 pounds, and ran a 4.92 and 4.93 in the 40.  He had a 1.74 10-yard, 2.84 20-yard, 30 inch vertical, 8’11 broad jump, 4.76 short shuttle, 12.42 60 shuttle, 7.39 3-cone, and did 30 reps.  He had an 8 ½ hand, 31 ¾ arm, and 76 wingspan.

 

DE Nick Richardson measured 6011, 242 pounds, and ran a 4.79 and 4.82 in the 40.  He had a 1.69 10-yard, 2.79 20-yard, 32 inch vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 4.44 shorts shuttle, 12.10 60 shuttle, 7.37 3-cone, and did 12 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 32 ¾, and 78 7/8 wingspan.

 

Several others from ACU and two from McMurry worked out but their results were so bad they would be tryouts, at best.

 

 

AIR FORCE

 

Several CSU-Pueblo players worked out on March 18th in FI1 conditions.

 

One player worked out in CB Stephan Dickens who measured 5076, 175 pounds, and ran 4.48 and 4.51 in the 40.  He had a 1.60 10-yard, 2.47 20-yard, 38 ½ inch vertical, 10’2 broad jump, 4.33 short shuttle, 12.36 60 shuttle, 7.03 3-cone, and did not bench due to choice.  He had an 8 7/8 hand, 28 ½ arm, and 69 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

ALABAMA STATE

 

They worked out on March 2nd in 65 degree weather in rainy conditions on FO2 conditions.

 

There are 3 potential free agent or tryout players.

 

OT Tovar Allen measured 6046, 321 pounds and ran a 5.32 and 5.36 in the 40.  He had a 1.86 10-yard, 2.99 20-yard, 27 ½ inch vertical, 8’10 broad jump, 5.07 short shuttle, 8.51 3-cone, and did 24 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 35 ½ arm, and 85 ¼ wingspan.

 

DT Derrick Billups measured in at 6016, 338 pounds, and ran a 5.39 and 5.43 in the 40.  He had a 1.89 10-yard, 3.09 20-yard, 25 ½ inch vertical, 7’7 broad jump, 5.12 short shuttle, 8.44 3-cone, and did 25 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 32 5/8 arm, and 75 wingspan.

 

Walter Payton Award finalist RB Malcolm Cyrus measured 5082, 179 pounds, and ran a 4.80 and 4.83 in the 40.  He is likely a tryout, at best.

 

DE Edward “Ed” Mosley measured in at 6021, 251 pounds, and ran a 4.90 and 4.94 in the 40.  He had a 1.82 10-yard, 2.77 20-yard, 32 ½ inch vertical, 8’9 broad jump, 4.65 short shuttle, 7.63 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 32 3/8 arm, and 76 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM

 

They worked out on March 11th with two small schoolers attending.  They worked out on FO1 conditions.

 

Albany State QB Frank Rivers measured in at 6045, 233 pounds, and ran a 4.79 and 4.83 in the 40.  He had 1.72 10-yard, 2.83 20-yard, 26 ½ inch vertical, 8’2 broad jump, 4.64 short shuttle, 7.50 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 33 ¾ arm, and 79 1/8 wingspan.  Rivers is a big kid with a decent arm who may get a free agent shot.

 

North Alabama PK Taylor Pontius measured at 5117, 201 pounds and only did a kicking workout.  He had a 8 ¼ hand, 31 ½ arm, and 74 3/8 wingspan.  He could be a priority free agent.

 

 

APPALACHIAN STATE

 

Appalachian State seniors worked out along with a few players from area small schools on March 6th on FI1 conditions.

 

Wofford ILB Kevin Thomas measured in at 6014, 232 pounds, and ran a 4.66 and 4.71 in the 40.  He had a 1.62 10-yard, 2.70 20-yard, 35 inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.44 short shuttle, 7.40 3-cone, and did 18 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 74 3/8 wingspan.

 

Wofford DE Tarek Odom measured in at 5090, 284 pounds, and ran a 5.04 and 5.05 in the 40.  He ran a 1.70 10-yard, 2.90 20-yard, 27 ½ inch vertical, 8’4 broad jump, 4.59 short shuttle, 7.27 3-cone, and did 25 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 30 ½ arm, and 73 3/8 wingspan.

 

He is a tweener who will probably end up in the Arena League.

 

Mars Hill OG Nick Allison measured in at 6037, 300 pounds, and ran a 5.48 and 5.52 in the 40.  He had a 8.07 3-cone and did 19 bench reps.  His other numbers were pretty bad, too.  He probably won’t get a shot in the NFL but if he does it will only be a tryout.

 

 

ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF

 

This was held on March 10th in FI1 conditions with just one team (Rams) in attendance.  There are no 10 or 20 yard times.

 

QB Ben Anderson measured in at 6022, 199, and ran a 4.69 and 4.71 in the 40.  He had a 31 inch vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 4.46 short shuttle, 11.85 60 shuttle, 7.19 3-cone, and did 13 reps.  He had a 8 3/8 hand, 32 3/8 arm, and 78 wingspan.  He may get a shot as a free agent.

 

OT Me’Kale Carter measured 6053, 301 pounds, and ran a 5.32 and 5.40 in the 40.  He had a 29 ½ inch vertical, 7’7 broad jump, 5.02 short shuttle, 7.94 3-cone, and did 24 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 33 1/8 arm, and 78 wingspan.

 

WR Isiah Ferguson measured in at 6047, 218 pounds, and ran a 4.56 and 4.57 in the 40.  He had a 40 inch vertical, 10’7 broad jump, 4.40 short shuttle, 12.12 60 shuttle, 6.96 3-cone, and did 23 reps.  He had a 8 1/8 hand, 32 5/8 arm, and 79 ¾ wingspan.

 

 

AUSTIN PEAY STATE

 

Their seniors worked out on March 9th on a FO1 surface.  There was one player who had a workout worth mentioning.

 

SS Johnathan Shuler measured in at 6007, 185 pounds, and ran a 4.67 and 4.69 in the 40.  He had a 31 ½ inch vertical, 10’3 broad jump, 4.31 short shuttle, 12.90 60 shuttle, 7.21 3-cone, and did not bench due to a right shoulder injury. He had a 9 1/8 hand, 31 ¾ arm, and 77 1/8 wingspan.  He could be a free agent or tryout.

 

 

AZUSA PACIFIC

 

This was on March 9th on a FO1 surface.

 

RB Terrell Watson-Martin measured in 6005, 236 pounds, and ran a 4.51 and 4.58 in the 40.  He had a 1.57 10-yard, 2.64 20-yard, 35 ½ inch vertical, 10’3 broad jump, 4.49 short shuttle, 12.51 60 shuttle, 7.48 3-cone, and did 22 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 78 ½ wingspan.  This workout may have put him in the draft and if he is not drafted then he will be a highly sought after priority free agent.

 

OT Cody Clay measured in at 6051, 304 pounds, and ran a 5.27 and 5.37 in the 40.  He had a 1.82 10-yard, 3.05 20-yard, 28 inch vertical, 8’11 broad jump, 5.08 short shuttle, 8.05 3-cone, and did 30 reps.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 32 ¾ arm, and 79 ¾ wingspan.

 

Three-time 1st team All-GNAC FS Tyler Thornton measured in at 5075, 181 pounds, and ran a 4.49 and 4.52 in the 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yrad, 2.63 20-yard, 35 ½ inch vertical, 10’4 broad jump, 4.58 short shuttle, 12.09 60 shuttle, 7.25 3-cone, and did 16 reps.  He had a 8 ½ hand, 29 5/8 arm, and 71 ½ wingspan.  Thornton would be a priority free agent if he was bigger but his size limits his likely chances in the NFL.  This workout was good though and should get him a tryout or contract.

 

 

BALL STATE

 

Two area small schoolers who are worth a look worked out here on March 1st on FI1 conditions.

 

Butler DE Bret Shannon measured in 6017, 235, and ran a 4.77 and 4.83 in the 40. He had a 1.71 10-yard, 2.71 20-yard, 34 inch vertical, 10’1 broad jump, 4.32 short shuttle, 11.96 60 shuttle, 7.27 3-cone, and did 25 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 31 3/8 arm, and 77 wingspan.

 

Shannon may get a tryout as he was a productive pass rusher for the Butler in 2014.

 

Marian College RB Tevin Lake measured in at 5086, 209 pounds but ran a 4.97 and 4.99 in the 40 so his productive NAIA career likely won’t earn him a shot in the NFL and if so it would be a tryout.

 

 

BAYLOR

 

This was done on March 18th on FI1 conditions.  One player from Eastern Illinois played here.

 

Eastern Illinois TE Jeff LePak measured in at 6054, 238 pounds, and ran a 4.90 and 4.97 in the 40.  He had a 1.78 10-yard, 2.90 20-yard, 29 inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.53 short shuttle, 12.29 60 shuttle, 7.26 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 8 ¾ hand, 31 3/8 arm, and 78 1/8 wingspan.

 

 

BETHUNE-COOKMAN

 

This was done on March 24th on FO2 conditions.  There are a few workouts to mention as a couple players from here will likely get a shot.

 

HB Justin Henderson measured in at 6020, 250 pounds, and ran a 4.69 and 4.76 in the 40.  He had a 1.70 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard, 31 inch vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 4.24 short shuttle, 12.19 60 shuttle, 7.39 3-cone, and did 24 reps.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 32 ¼ arm, and 78 5/8 wingspan.

 

All-American DE LeBrandon Richardson measured in at 6005, 243 pounds, and ran a 4.68 and 4.76 in the 40.  He had a 1.67 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 38 inch vertical, 10’6 broad jump, 4.52 short shuttle, 12.55 60 shuttle, 7.44 3-cone, and did not bench due to right pec injury from December 14th.  He had a 8 7/8 hand, 33 ½ arm, and 80 wingspan.  Richardson will be a good priority free agent signing.

 

DE Erik Williams measured in at 6024, 270 pounds, and ran a 5.00 and 5.02 in the 40.  He had a 1.83 10-yard, 2.91 20-yard, 4.83 short shuttle, 12.49 60 shuttle, 7.47 3-cone, and did 23 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 33 3/8 arm, and 80 3/8 wingspan.  His workout was not highly impressive but enough that he could get a tryout.

 

ILB Ralph Williams measured in at 5117, 240 pounds, and ran a 4.81 and 4.83 in the 40.  He had a 1.73 10-yard, 2.78 20-yard, 31 ½ inch vertical, 9’5 broad jump, 4.64 short shuttle, 12.59 60 shuttle, 7.73 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 32 arm, and 77 3/8 wingspan.

 

DE David Perry has good size and decent athleticism so keep an eye on him as a possible tryout.  Perry measured 6051, 250 pounds, and ran a 4.81 and 4.85 in the 40.  He had a 1.75 10-yard, 2.81 20-yard, 30 ½ inch vertical, 9’6 broad jump, 4.56 short shuttle, 7.27 3-cone, and did 17 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 34 ½ arm, and 82 3/8 wingspan.

 

 

BOWIE STATE

 

There was one player at this workout who is getting serious NFL interest.  This was done on April 2nd on FO2 conditions with a 15 MPH wind.

 

TE Khari Lee measured in at 6042, 258 pounds, and ran a 5.03 and 5.06 in the 40.  He had a 1.66 10-yard, 2.87 20-yard, 36 inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.45 short shuttle, 12.00 60 shuttle, 7.62 3-cone, and did 18 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 33 1/8 arm, and 78 wingspan.  Lee played in the Medal of Honor Bowl and will likely be a free agent signing because of his blocking ability and size.

 

 

BOWLING GREEN

 

Players worked out in FI1 conditions on March 16th. Two players from Heidelberg and one from Notre Dame College attended the workout.

 

All-American RB Cartel Brooks measured 5080, 198 pounds, and ran a 4.68 and 4.73 in the 40.  He had a 1.62 10-yard, 2.70 20-yard, 33 inch vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 4.30 short shuttle, 11.84 60 shuttle, 7.03 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 29 arm, and 71 ¾ wingspan.

 

Brooks has been very productive but is too small and slow for most NFL teams to give him more than a tryout.  He should be a very good secondary league player.

 

2014 1st team All-OAC WR Donteea Dye had a good workout measuring 5092, 186 pounds and ran a 4.41 and 4.48 in the 40.  He had a 1.56 10-yard, 2.52 20-yard, 36 ½ inch vertical, 10’3 broad jump, 4.22 short shuttle, 11.40 60 shuttle, 7.02 3-cone, and did 17 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 30 ½ arm, and 75 wingspan.  Dye is a big play threat and he should get a tryout or a contract after the draft.

 

Notre Dame College TE Ray J Brown measured 6025, 240 pounds, and ran 4.87 and 4.88 in the 40. He had a 1.70 10-yard, 2.80 20-yard, 31 inch vertical, 9’1 broad jump, 4.58 short shuttle, 12.22 60 shuttle, 7.37 3-cone, and did 17 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 77 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

BROWN

 

Players from Brown and other area small schools worked out on March 17th in FO2 conditions.  There are a few players worth mentioning.

 

LS Courtland Clavette measured 6030, 240 pounds, and ran 4.80 and 4.83 in the 40.  He had a 1.68 10-yard, 2.75 20-yard, 30 ½ vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.41 short shuttle, 8.12 3-cone, and did 22 reps. He had a 9 1/8 hand, 30 3/8 arm, and 74 wingspan.  Brown should get a contract or tryout after the draft.  His snap times are very good but he was often just 12-13 yards from the punter instead of the normal 15 yards.

 

ILB Xavier Russo measured 6046, 257 pounds, and ran 4.71 and 4.78 in the 40.  He had a 1.63 10-yard, 2.60 20-yard, 31 ½ vertical, 9’0 broad jump, 4.61 short shuttle, 7.77 3-cone, and did 24 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 32 ½ arm, and 77 ½ wingspan.  With his size and testing he should get a contract or tryout.

 

Bryant DE Jeff Covitz measured 6012, 241 pounds, and ran 4.90 and 4.96 in the 40.  He had a 1.72 10-yard, 2.75 20-yard, 31 inch vertical, 9’2 broad jump, 4.77 short shuttle, 7.03 3-cone, and did 20 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 30 ¼ arm, and 75 ¼ wingspan.  He is undersized and lacks great speed but is productive.

 

1st team All-MASCAC Massachusetts-Dartmouth WR Abiola Aborishade measured 5113, 189 pounds and ran a 4.53 and 4.54 in the 40.  It wasn’t a bad workout as he put up a 1.57 10-yard, 34 inch vertical, 10’3 broad jump, 4.52 short shuttle, 12.15 60 shuttle, 7.62 3-cone, and did 10 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 76 ¾ wingspan.

 

Sacred Heart CB JD Roussel measured 5102, 186 pounds, and ran a 4.52 in the 40 twice.  He had a 1.57 10-yard, 2.53 20-yard, 33 inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.44 short shuttle, 11.91 60 shuttle, 7.11 3-cone, and did 14 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 76 7/8 wingspan.

 

 

BUCKNELL

 

One player worked out on April 8th in FO2 conditions.

 

OLB Evan Byers measured 5106, 235 pounds, and ran a 5.05 and 5.18 in the 40.  He had a 1.78 10-yard, 2.88 20-yard, 29 inch vertical, 8’1 broad jump, 4.70 shuttle, 7.57 3-cone, and did 23 reps.  He had a 8 7/8 hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 72 ½ wingspan.

 

 

BUFFALO

 

This workout was on March 12th and a couple of small school prospects showed up.

 

Albany (NY) TE Brian Parker measured in at 6044, 265 pounds, and ran a 4.70 and 4.73 in the 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 2.65 20-yard, 38 ½ inch vertical, 9’11 broad jump, 4.40 short shuttle, 7.03 3-cone, and did 25 reps.  He had a 10 1/8 arm and 33 ½ arm.

 

Buffalo State WR Mike Doherty measured in at 6016, 207 pounds, and ran a 4.62 and 4.63 in the 40.  He had a 1.55 10-yard, 2.65 20-yard, 33 inch vertical, 10’2 broad jump, 4.39 short shuttles, 6.96 3-cone, and did 15 bench reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 73 7/8 wingspan.

 

 

CAL POLY

 

This was held on March 31st in FO1 conditions.

 

LB Nick Dzubnar measured in at 6010, 241 pounds, and ran a 4.67 and 4.72 in the 40.  He had a 1.56 10-yard, 2.71 20-yard, 34 inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.16 short shuttle, 6.67 3-cone, and did 29 bench reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 75 ¼ wingspan.

 

OLB Cameron Ontko measured in at 5106, 222 pounds, and ran a 4.48 twice in the 40.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 2.61 20-yard, 40 inch vertical, 10’1 broad jump, 4.16 short shuttle, 6.73 3-cone, and did 9 bench reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 29 ¾ arm, and 73 ¾ wingspan.

 

FB Brandon Howe measured 6011, 224 pounds, and ran a 4.76 and 4.83 in the 40.  He had a 1.61 10-yard, 2.75 20-yard, 32 inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.33 short shuttle, 6.78 3-cone, and did not bench coming off a shoulder injury.  He had a 8 7/8 hand, 30 1/8 arm, and 73 wingspan.

 

FB Brent Michaels measured in at 5114, 219 pounds, and ran a 4.55 and 4.58 in the 40.  He had a 1.60 10-yard, 2.67 20-yard, 34 ½ inch vertical, 9’1 broad jump, 4.38 short shuttle, 6.87 3-cone, and did 23 bench reps.  He had a 9 hand, 29 3/8 arm, and 71 wingspan.  He wore #40.

 

 

CALIFORNIA

 

One small schooler worked out here on March 17th in FO1 conditions.

 

Florida Tech WR Xavier Milton measured 5115, 183 pounds, and ran 4.68 and 4.75 in the 40. He had a 1.70 10-yard, 2.74 20-yard, 29 ½ vertical, 9’2 broad jump, 4.62 short shuttle, 11.81 60 shuttle, 7.28 3-cone, and did 11 reps. He had a 9 1/8 hand, 32 3/8 arm, and 77 3/8 wingspan.  Milton is a potential free agent.

 

 

CENTRAL ARKANSAS

 

Two players worth mentioning worked out on March 11th in FI1 conditions.  Several others worked out but no others stood out.

 

OG Cole Caruthers measured 6041, 287, and ran a 5.12 and 5.14 in the 40. He had a 1.78 10-yard, 27 inch vertical, 8’1 broad jump, 4.89 short shuttle, 7.78 3-cone, and did 27 reps. He had a 9 hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 77 1/8 wingspan.

 

WR Dezmin Lewis ran a 4.46 40 with a 1.56 10-yard, 2.40 20-yard, 37 inch vertical, and 10’4 broad jump.  He stood on his NFL Combine numbers in everything else.

 

Ouachita Baptist QB Kiehl Frazier showed up and just threw the ball.

 

 

CENTRAL OKLAHOMA

 

Several players worked out including players from East Central, Langston, and other area schools.  This was held on March 11th in FI1 conditions.

 

WR Marquez Clark measured 5102, 179, and ran a 4.55 and 4.56 40.  He had a 1.62 10-yard, 2.63 20-yard, 34 inch vertical, 10’4 broad jump, 4.23 short shuttle, 11.34 60 shuttle, 7.07 3-cone, and did 12 reps. He had a 10 hand, 32 arm, and 77 1/8 wingspan.  Clark is a former Kansas State signee who had a great 2013 season but had a down year in 2014.  He went from a possible late round pick to a likely free agent this year.

 

East Central CB Qumain Black measured 5104, 188 pounds, and ran 4.49 and 4.53 in the 40. He had a 1.55 10-yard, 36 inch vertical, 10 1/8 hand, 29 ¾ arm, and 72 ½ wingspan.

 

Panhandle State CB Domonique Johnson measured 5114, 185, and ran 4.56 and 4.62 in the 40. He had a 1.65 10-yard, 38 ½ inch vertical, 10’5 broad jump, 4.33 short shuttle, 11.89 60 shuttle, 7.38 3-cone, and did 9 reps. He had a 9 3/8 hand, 29 ¼ arm, and 74 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

CINCINNATI

 

One small schooler worked out here on March 11th in FI1 conditions.

 

Thomas More RB Domonique Hayden measured 5073, 221 pounds and ran a 4.66 and 4.68 40.  He had a 1.64 10-yard, 35 ½ inch vertical, 9’0 broad jump, 4.51 short shuttle, 11.69 60 shuttle, 7.24 3-cone, and did 23 reps.  He had a 8 7/8 hand.  Hayden is very productive but is short and has average speed.

 

 

COASTAL CAROLINA

 

They worked out on March 27th in GO2 conditions.  Despite the bad conditions there are a couple players to note.

 

OLB Quinn Backus measured 5093, 216, and ran 4.81 and 4.87 in the 40.  He had a 1.70 10-yard, 31 inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.55 short shuttle, 12.00 60 shuttle, 7.37 3-cone, and did 15 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 30 3/8 arm, and 74 1/8 wingspan.  Backus is very productive and a good player but is small and slow.  He should be a great secondary league player.

 

LS Shane Ballard measured 6032, 212 pounds, and ran a 4.96 and 5.06 in the 40.  He may get a tryout.

 

OT Chad Hamilton, who attended the NFL Combine but did not workout, measured 6021, 297 pounds, and ran a 4.93, 5.00, and 5.03 40.  He had a 1.70 10-yard, 30 inch vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.63 short shuttle, 7.58 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 34 1/8 arm, and 82 ½ wingspan.  Hamilton is a potential 5th-7th round pick because of his athleticism but he is on the smaller side despite having to kick in to guard or center.

 

CB Denzel Rice measured 5116, 187 pounds, and ran 4.50-4.63 in the 40.  He had a 1.53 10-yard, 34 ½ inch vertical, 10’4 broad jump, 4.30 short shuttle, 11.74 60 shuttle, 7.02 3-cone, and did 10 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 29 7/8 arm, and 73 ½ wingspan.  He is a two-time All-Big South pick who had 10 pass breakups as a senior and put himself on the map as a legit free agent possibility.

 

WR Alex Wheat did not work out.  He is a big kid who runs well that transferred from Utah State prior to the 2015 season.

 

Two players from Charleston Southern also worked out but had very bad test results.

 

The Citadel OLB Justin Oxedine measured 6017, 242 pounds, and ran 4.77 and 4.84 in the 40.  He had a 1.65 10-yard, 2.77 20-yard, 34 inch vertical, 10’4 broad jump, 4.38 short shuttle, 7.51 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 33 ½ arm, and 78 ½ wingspan.  He has already signed to play in the CFL.

 

Furman DE Gary Wilkins measured 6017, 237 pounds, and ran 4.81 and 4.90 in the 40. He had a 1.67 10-yard, 2.83 20-yard, 36 inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.75 short shuttle, 7.25 3-cone, and did 24 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 31 ½ arm, and 76 7/8 wingspan.

 

 

COLORADO

 

This was held on March 11th in FI1 conditions.  A few CSU-Pueblo players worked out.

 

QB Chris Bonner measured 6062, 231 pounds, and ran 5.06 and 5.17 in the 40.  He had a 1.76 10-yard, 2.98 20-yard, 27 inch vertical, 8’5 broad jump, 4.60 short shuttle, 7.56 3-cone, and did not bench. He had a 10 hand, 33 arm, and 78 ¼ wingspan.  Bonner struggled in the playoffs throwing just one touchdown pass in the final two games, on a trick play, but is big and has enough arm strength to warrant a free agent opportunity.

 

DE Josh Bredl measured 6060, 290 pounds and ran 5.10 and 5.11 in the 40.  He had a 1.75 10-yard, 2.91 20-yard, 32 ½ inch vertical, 9’0 broad jump, 4.70 short shuttle, 7.51 3-cone, and did 28 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 78 7/8 wingspan.  He should get a free agent contract or tryout.

 

WR Paul Browning measured 6020, 217 pounds.  He tested at Super Regional Combine and his pro day.  He had a 37 inch vertical, 10’9 broad jump, and did 18 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 33 ¼ arm, and 80 ¾ wingspan.

 

 

COLORADO STATE

 

One player from Adams State, a few from Northern Colorado, and several from CSU-Pueblo worked out here on March 11th in FI1 conditions.

 

Adams State CB Cariel Brooks measured 5086, 192 pounds, and ran 4.55 and 4.58 in the 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 2.66 20-yard, 32 ½ inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.32 short shuttle, 11.60 60 shuttle, 7.00 3-cone, and did 14 reps.  He had a 8 7/8 hand, 30 arm, and 72 3/8 wingspan.  Brooks should be a free agent pickup.

 

CSU Pueblo DE Darius Allen measured 6015, 241 pounds, and ran 4.70 and 4.75 in the 40. He had a 1.60 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard, 31 ½ inch vertical, 9’6 broad jump, 4.30 short shuttle, 12.01 60 shuttle, 7.06 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 33 ½ arm, and 81 ½ wingspan.

 

CSU Pueblo CB C.J. Roberts measured 5097, 183 pounds and ran 4.45 and 4.49 in the 40.  He had a 1.57 10-yard, 34 ½ inch vertical, 10’3 broad jump, 4.50 short shuttle, 11.84 60 shuttle, 7.20 3-cone, and did 4 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 30 3/8 hand, 71 ½ wingspan.

 

Northern Colorado OLB Max Flores measured 5110, 226 pounds, and ran 4.75 4.83 in the 40.  He had a 1.66 10-yard, 2.70 20-yard, 33 inch vertical, 8’8 broad jump, 4.56 short shuttle, 12.28 60 shuttle, 7.63 3-cone, and did 28 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 31 5/8 arm, and 75 ¾ wingspan.

 

Northern Colorado DT Lexington Smith measured 6022, 324 pounds, and ran a 5.17 and 5.22 in the 40.  He had a 1.82 10-yard, 2.82 20-yard, 24 ½ inch vertical, 8’8 broad jump, 4.94 short shuttle, 13.43 60 shuttle, 7.83 3-cone, and did 27 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 34 arm, and 80 ¼ wingspan.

 

Northern Colorado WR Dimitri Stimphil measured 5092, 180 pounds and ran 4.55 and 4.60 in the 40.  His workout was very average.  Stimphil should be a free agent.

 

 

COLORADO STATE PUEBLO

 

They worked out on March 30th in FO1 conditions with a few other area small schoolers attending but none of them had a good workout.

 

DE Darius Allen measured 6015, 229 pounds.  He had a 32 inch vertical and 9’5 broad jump.  9 ¾ hand, 33 ¼ arm, and 82 wingspan.  He’s a two-time Gene Upshaw Award winner with a shot to go in the late rounds or be a priority free agent signing.

 

QB Chris Bonner measured 6064, 237 pounds, and did throwing only.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 33 arm, and 79 wingspan.

 

DE Josh Bredl measured 6056, 300 pounds and did position workout only.  He had a 10 hand, 32 ½ arm, and 79 wingspan.

 

WR Paul Browning measured 6022, 218 pounds, and ran 4.54 and 4.56 in the 40.  He had a 1.54 10-yard, 2.63 20-yard, 37 ½ inch vertical, 10’4 broad jump, 11.68 60 shuttle, 7.10 3-cone, and did not bench.  He had a 10 hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 81 ½ wingspan.

 

CB Stephan Dickens measured 5080, 177 pounds with a 10’5 broad jump, and did 10 reps.

 

CB CJ Roberts measured 5100, 182 pounds with a 33 inch vertical and 4.28 short shuttle.  He had a 9 hand, 30 arm, and 72 wingspan.

 

 

DELAWARE

 

Players worked out on March 12th in FI1 conditions.  There was one player from Cheyney and St. Francis PA there.
TE Nick Boyle measured 6044, 268 pounds, and ran 5.00 twice in the 40.  He had a 1.65 10-yard, 2.85 20-yard, and stood on other combine numbers.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 33 5/8 arm, and 82 wingspan.

 

QB Trent Hurley measured 6026, 216 pounds and ran 4.98 and 5.00 in the 40.  He had a 1.71 10-yard, 2.87 20-yard, 30 ½ inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.40 short shuttle, 12.32 60 shuttle, 7.32 3-cone, and did not bench.  He had 9 hand, 30 7/8 arm, and 75 ½ wingspan.

 

WR Mike Johnson measured 6007, 207 pounds, and ran 4.63 and 4.65 in the 40.  He had 1.56 10-yard, 2.68 20-yard, 32 ½ inch vertical, 10’5 broad jump, 4.38 short shuttle, 11.97 60 shuttle, 7.14 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 32 5/8 hand, 77 ¼ wingspan.

 

ILB David Mackall measured in at 6032, 233 pounds, and 4.94 and 4.96 in the 40.  He had 1.75 10-yard, 2.87 20-yard, 27 ½ inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.52 short shuttle, 12.22 60 shuttle, 7.41 3-cone, and did 14 reps.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 33 ¼ arm, and 80 wingspan.

 

SPT Andrew Opoku measured 6037, 222 pounds and ran 4.66 and 4.67 in the 40.  He did the other testing and was solid but was a backup receiver.  The former UCONN transfer is very good on special teams and could get in a camp.

 

CB Mario Rowson measured 6027, 211 pounds but ran 4.73 and 4.74 in the 40.  He had an okay workout but his times probably mean he will play safety.

 

Cheyney OLB Isaiah Fleming measured 5102, 227 pounds, and ran a 4.63 and 4.67 in the 40.  He had a 1.68 10-yard, 30 ½ inch vertical, 9’2 broad jump, 4.46 short shuttle, 12.01 60 shuttle, 7.20 3-cone, and did 20 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 32 ¼ arm, and 76 1/8 wingspan.

 

 

DELAWARE STATE

 

Hornet seniors worked out on March 12th on a FO2 surface.

 

DE/DT Rodney Gunter measured in at 6043, 298 pounds, and ran a 5.00 twice in the 40.  He had a 1.76 10-yard, 2.84 20-yard, 27 inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.75 short shuttle, 7.40 3-cone, and did 20 reps. He had a 10 hand, 33 3/8 arm, and 82 wingspan.
Gunter has been a 3-time All-MEAC selection and is a possible late round pick after a strong senior year and good pro day workout.

 

CB Davon Moore measured 5113, 202 pounds and ran a 4.73 and 4.77 in the 40.  He did not test well at all.

 

WR Milt Williams measured 6020, 218 pounds, and ran a 4.68 and 4.69 in the 40.  He had a 1.66 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 37 ½ inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.45 short shuttle, 11.88 60 shuttle, 6.91 3-cone, and did 10 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 31 ½ arm, 76 ¾ wingspan.

 

 

DUQUESNE

 

They worked out on March 3rd in RI1 conditions.  One player from Duquesne is worth mentioning while a few others from area small schools worked out.  There were a couple of them worth noting as well.

 

Duquesne WR Devin Rahming measured 5107, 173 pounds, and ran 4.55 and 4.58 in the 40. He had a 1.60 10-yard, 2.57 20-yard, 32 inch vertical, 9’9 broad jump, and 15 reps. He had a 7 ¾ hand, 29 5/8 arm, and 70 ¾ wingspan.  It was a solid worked and coupled with his production as a return specialist and receiver he should get in a camp.

 

IUP WR Drew Carswell measured 6036, 216 pounds and ran a 4.80 and 4.83 in the 40.  His workout was not good and has caused him to drop down the board.

 

IUP TE Brock DeCicco, a former Wisconsin transfer, measured 6046, 244 pounds and did not run the 40 due to surface.  He had a 34 ½ inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, and did 15 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 32 ¾ arm, and 80 ¾ wingspan.

 

Robert Morris CB Antwan Eddie measured 5086, 183 pounds and ran a 4.67 and 4.68 in the 40.  He is a potential tryout following the draft.

 

 

EASTERN KENTUCKY

 

This was March 12th in FO1 conditions.  There are three EKU players to mention and one from another small school.

 

FB Bryce Fugate measured in at 6016, 241 pounds, and ran 4.76 and 4.79 in the 40.  He had a 1.62 10-yard, 2.78 20-yard, 29 inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.47 short shuttle, 11.84 60 shuttle, 7.02 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 75 ½ wingspan.  Fugate was impressive as a late addition to the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl but he does have a medical condition that will probably prevent him from making it in the NFL.  It’s a shame because he is an athletic player with a lot of ability.

 

OLB Tyrelle Johnson measured 5114, 224 pounds, and ran 4.69 and 4.71 in the 40.  He had a 1.63 10yard, 2.76 20-yard, 28 ½ vertical, 9’7 broad, 4.34 short shuttle, 11.66 60 shuttle, 7.09 3-cone, and did 20 reps. He had a 9 ¼ hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 73 ¼ wingspan.  He is undersized and has had injury problems but is fast so he should get a shot.

 

TE Matt Lengel measured 6077, 268 pounds and ran a 4.91 and 4.93 40. He had a 1.71 10-yard, 2.90 20-yard, 32 inch vertical, 9’9 broad jump, 4.33 short shuttle, 12.50 60 shuttle, 7.26 3-cone, and did 26 reps.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 33 ¾ arm, and 80 3/8 wingspan.  Lengel is a big kid who can block well so he should be a free agent pickup following the draft.

 

Georgetown (KY) DT Nick Seither projects to end and measured in at 6026, 273 pounds.  He had a 39 inch vertical and 10’1 broad jump.  He had a 72 ¾ wingspan and did 31 bench reps.  He pulled his right hamstring.

 

 

EASTERN MICHIGAN

 

EMU seniors worked out on March 17th with a few area small schoolers working out as well.  Here are the results of three workouts worth mentioning.

 

Concordia (MI) OLB Takari Johnson measured 6002, 238 pounds, and ran 4.72 and 4.75 in the 40. He had a 1.69 10-yard, 2.78 20-yard, 31 ½ vertical, 9’0 broad jump, 4.57 short shuttle, 12.09 60 shuttle, 7.49 3-cone, and did 25 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 31 arm, and 77 ½ wingspan.

 

Johnson had 192 tackles and 39.5 tackles for loss as a senior. The 2014 AFCA All-American and MSFA Mideast Defensive Player of the Year should get a contract or a tryout.

 

Ferris State DT Marcus Cribbs measured 6027, 348 pounds, and ran 5.38 and 5.44 in the 40.  He had a 1.98 10-yard, 3.15 20-yard, 27 ½ vertical, 8’4 broad jump, 5.16 short shuttle, 8.26 3-cone, and did 24 reps. He had a 10 3/8 hand, 32 3/8 arm, and 80 3/8 wingspan.  Cribbs looks the part but needs to get stronger and is a 3-4 NT only.

 

Jackson State SS Ryan Griffin ran a 4.56 and 4.58 40 at 5093, 183 pounds.

 

 

EASTERN WASHINGTON

 

This workout was held on March 11th on a FO1 surface.

 

OT Jake Rodgers measured in at 6056, 315 pounds, and ran a 5.26 and 5.29 in the 40.  He had a 1.79 10-yard, 3.02 20-yard, 30 ½ inch vertical, 8’10 broad jump, 4.86 short shuttle, 8.05 3-cone, and did 24 reps.  He had a 10 5/8 hand, 33 arm, and 81 ¼ wingspan.  Rodgers was a Washington State transfer who went from a part-time starter in 2013 to an AFCA All-American as a senior.  He is a borderline draft pick.

 

ILB Ronnie Hamlin measured in at 6014, 229 pounds, and ran a 4.71 and 4.72 in the 40.  He had a 1.63 10-yard, 2.73 20-yard, 33 inch vertical, 9’11 broad jump, 4.46 short shuttle, 7.06 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 30 arm, and 73 wingspan.

 

RB Quincy Forte measured 5100, 189 pounds and ran a disappointed 4.75 and 4.80 in the 40.  His workout was very poor and caused him to fall down the board.

 

 

EMPORIA STATE

 

Emporia State prospects worked out on March 11th.

 

Former Oklahoma State transfer Lyndell Johnson measured in at 6031, 212 pounds, and ran a 4.53 and 4.57 in the 40.  He had a 36 inch vertical, 10’2 broad jump, 4.40 short shuttle, 7.22 3-cone, and did 17 reps. He had a 8 5/8 hand, 32 arm, and 77 5/8 wingspan.  Johnson has had off field concerns in the past from OSU and is a likely free agent or tryout.

 

WR Austin Willis measured at 5090, 175 pounds, and ran in the 4.37 and 4.38 in the 40.  He had a 39 ½ inch vertical, 10’5 broad jump, 4.31 short shuttle, 7.12 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 29 3/8 arm, and 71 3/8 wingspan.

 

 

FLORIDA

 

This workout was on April 7th in GO2 conditions.

 

Jacksonville WR Andrew Robustelli ran a 1.71 10-yard, 4.74 40, 4.27 short shuttle, and 6.63 3-cone.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 75 ¾ wingspan.

 

 

FLORIDA A&M

 

This workout was on March 31st in FO1 conditions.  There was just one player I’ll highlight.

 

QB Damien Fleming measured 6026, 220 pounds, and ran a 4.82 in the 40.  He had a 1.73 10-yard, 2.78 20-yard, 38 ½ inch vertical, 9’11 broad jump, 4.53 short shuttle, 7.13 3-cone, and did 12 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 32 ½ arm, and 77 ½ wingspan.

 

 

FLORIDA ATLANTIC

 

This was held on April 2nd on FO1 surface but there were no workouts worth mentioning.

 

 

FORDHAM   

 

They worked out on March 25th in FO1 conditions.

 

WR Sam Ajala measured 6005, 195 pounds, and ran a 4.59 and 4.60 in the 40.  He had a 1.54 10-yard, 2.63 20-yard, 29 ½ vertical, 9’8 broad, 4.64 short shuttle, 12.08 60 shuttle, 7.06 3-cone, and did 12 reps.  He had a9 1/8 hand, 30 ½ arm, and 74 3/8 wingspan.

 

TE Dan Light measured 6045, 254 pounds and did nothing else due to a torn ACL.

 

QB Mike Nebrich is a former All-American who will not pursue football.

 

Cortland State WR John Babin ran a 4.64 and 4.71 at 6013, 221 pounds.

 

Maine WR Damarr Aultman measured 5110, 204 pounds, and ran 4.53 and 4.54 in the 40.   He had a 4.18 short shuttle and did 18 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 30 1/8arm, and 74 3/8 wingspan.

 

Sacred Heart OT Jimmy Martinez measured 6024, 319 pounds and ran 5.55 and 5.57 in the 40.  This was not a good workout.

 

Wagner CB Jarrett Dieudonne measured 5117, 195 pounds and ran 4.68 and 4.77 in the 40.  He had 14 reps but not a very good workout.

 

Wagner TE Bryant Watts had a very poor workout running 5.14 and 5.17 in the 40 at 6047, 258 pounds.  He has good length though with a 34 ½ arm and 83 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

FRESNO STATE

 

This was on March 25th on FO1 with two small schoolers worth mentioning.

 

Eastern Washington FS Tevin McDonald measured in at 5107, 201 pounds, and ran a 4.56 and 4.59 in the 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yard and 2.58 20-yard.  He had a 9 hand, 30 1/8 arm, and 73 3/8 wingspan.

 

New Mexico Highlands QB Lance Orender measured 6045, 229 pounds, and ran 5.06 and 5.11 in the 40.  He could be a tryout following the draft.

 

 

FURMAN

 

Players worked out on a wet field in GO2 conditions on March 5th.

 

FS Marcus McMorris measured 5112, 203 pounds, and ran a 4.55 40 twice.  He had a 1.55 10-yard, 37 inch vertical, 9’7 broad, 4.20 short shuttle, 11.88 60 shuttle, 6.94 3-cone, and did 18 reps. He had 9 hand, 31 7/8 arm, and 75 3/8 wingspan.

 

DE Gary Wilkins measured 6014, 240 pounds and ran a 4.76 and 4.80 in the 40.  He had 23 reps.

 

 

GARDNER-WEBB

 

They worked out on March 6th on FO2 conditions.

 

NFL teams were mostly there to see WR Kenyattus “Kenny” Cook put up a solid workout.  Cook measured 6033, 208 pounds, and ran a 4.58 and 4.62 in the 40.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 2.73 20-yard, 32 ½ inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.53 short shuttle, 7.44 3-cone, and did 12 reps.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 34 ½ arm, and 81 ¼ wingspan.

 

Cook had a slow start to the season but finished strong and should be a priority free agent due to his size, length, and gigantic hands.

 

 

GEORGIA STATE

 

On March 13th GSU players worked out and had a few small schoolers work out here.

 

Clark Atlanta OB Bre’nard Williams measured 5092, 245 pounds, and ran a 4.82 and 4.94 in the 40.  He had a 26 inch vertical, 7’11 broad jump, and did 17 bench reps.  His change of direction and speed at his size are not good. This workout hurts his chances.

 

Fort Valley State S/DC Michael Lee measured in at 6000, 180 pounds, and ran a 4.48 and 4.55 in the 40.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 38 inch vertical, 10’6 broad jump, 4.20 short shuttle, 6.96 3-cone, and did 9 bench reps.

 

Lee had three interceptions and 8 pass breakups in 2014 but is not twitchy or highly explosive.  This workout took him from a tryout hopeful to someone who may get a contract but at least should guarantee himself a tryout now.

 

 

GRAMBLING

 

This was on GO3 conditions on March 19th.

 

There is one prospect here who is getting looks but he had a bad workout.  FS Tyree Hollins ran 4.85 and 4.90 in the 40 at 5093, 188 pounds.  He had a solid 19 bench reps.  His other times were just as bad so I won’t go into them.

 

OLB David Smith has huge hands (11 3/8) but his workout was very bad.

 

 

GRAND VALLEY STATE

 

Two NFL teams showed up on March 9th.  They worked out in FI1 conditions.

 

One player to mention is DT Isiah Dunning measured 6014, 289 pounds and ran 5.08 and 5.09 in the 40.  He had a 1.79 10-yard, 2.82 20-yard, 29 ½ vertical, 9’2 broad jump, 4.80 short shuttle, 7.68 3-cone, and did 23 reps. He had a 9 ½ hand, 32 arm, and 76 wingspan.

 

 

HARDING

 

On March 20th in FO1 conditions the players worked out.

 

WR Donatella Luckett measured 5117, 206 pounds, and ran a 4.37 and 4.42 in the 40.  That was much better than his NFL Combine times.  He had a 1.50 10-yard, 35 ½ vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.40 short shuttle, 11.80 60 shuttle, 7.28 3-cone, and did 18 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 76 wingspan.  This workout was a rebound from the combine and could get him drafted in the 6th or 7th round.

 

 

HARVARD

 

They worked out March 10th on a FI1 surface.

 

C Nick Easton measured in at 6026, 303 pounds, and ran a 5.10, 5.18, and 5.14 in the 40.  He had a 1.70 10-yard, 2.93 20-yard, 30 ½ inch vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.60 short shuttle, 7.73 3-cone, and did 29 reps.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 79 wingspan.  Easton was the star of the show and has a shot in the late rounds.  His NFLPA Bowl tape and senior season film were both highly impressive.  He can play both guard and center.

 

DE Zach Hodges measured in at 6027, 251 pounds. He had a 30 ½ inch vertical, 10’6 broad jump, 4.73 short shuttle, and 7.37 3-cone.  He had a 10 hand, 33 3/8 arm, and 82 wingspan.  He did not run 40s or bench due to left knee PCL sprain and it likely hurt his numbers in the other drills.  His agent is Drew Rosenhaus.

 

WR Ricky Zorn measured in at 6001, 191 pounds, and ran a 4.54 and 4.58 in the 40.  He had a 1.52 10-yard, 2.57 20-yard, 38 inch vertical, 9’11 broad jump, 4.17 short shuttle, 6.67 3-cone, and did 14 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 29 ½ arm, and 73 wingspan.

 

Bentley WR Jeff Hill measured in at 6027, 211, and ran a 4.58 and 4.59 in the 40.  He had 1.67 10-yard, 2.75 20-yard, 37 ½ inch vertical, 10’7 broad jump, 4.37 short shuttle, 6.78 3-cone, and did 17 reps.  He had a 8 3/8 hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 76 7/8 wingspan.

 

Bryant DE Jeff Covitz measured in at 6013, 245 pounds, and ran a 4.88 and 4.94 in the 40.  He had a 1.67 10-yard, 2.82 20-yard, 32 inch vertical, 8’9 broad jump, 4.70 short shuttle, 7.15 3-cone, and did 22 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 30 3/8 arm, and 74 ½ wingspan.

 

Georgetown DE Alec May measured in at 6030, 246 pounds, and ran a 4.94 and 4.96 in the 40.  He had a 1.68 10-yard, 2.86 20-yard, 29 ½ inch vertical, 9’1 broad jump, 4.48 short shuttle, 7.32 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 31 ¾ arm, and 76 wingspan.

 

Sacred Heart RB Keshaudas Spence measured 5094, 238 pounds, and ran 4.76 and 4.79 in the 40.  He is strong having benched 25 reps.

 

 

HAWAII

 

This workout was March 19th on a FO1 surface.  One player to mention from a small school.

 

Humboldt State DE Alex Markarian ran a 5.23 and 5.25 40 at 6027, 267 pounds.

 

 

HENDERSON STATE

 

One player of interest was here on March 5th on FI2 conditions.

 

WR Darius Davis measured in at 5110, 226 pounds, and ran a 4.64 twice in the 40.  He had a 1.66 10-yard, 2.70 20-yard, 37 ½ inch vertical, 9’9 broad jump, 4.40 short shuttle, 7.28 3-cone, and did 17 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 arm, and 74 3/8 wingspan.

 

QB Kevin Rodgers measured 6026, 216 pounds and ran a 5.02 40 twice.  He had a 1.61 10-yard, 29 vertical, 9’8 broad, 4.59 short shuttle, 7.69 3-cone, and did 10 reps. He had a 9 5/8 hand, 31 7/8 arm, and 75 7/8 wingspan.

 

Ouachita Baptist CB Etauj Allen measured 5091, 171 pounds, and ran 4.40 and 4.46 in the 40.  He had a 1.48 10-yard, 2.44 20-yard, 33 vertical, 9’10 broad, 4.44 short shuttle, 7.15 3-one, and did 7 reps. He had a 8 1/8 hand, 29 5/8 arm, and 77 wingspan.

 

Ouachita Baptist QB Kiehl Frazier measured 6021, 223 pounds, and ran 4.77 and 4.80 in the 40.  He had a 1.57 10-yrad, 2.71 20-yard, 34 vertical, 9’11 broad, 4.49 short shuttle, 7.28 3-cone, and did 15 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 33 1/8 arm, and 78 ½ wingspan.

 

 

HOBART

 

This was held on April 8th in RI2 conditions.

 

DE Ty Coleman measured 6004, 266 pounds, and ran 5.00 and 5.13 in the 40.  He had a 28 inch vertical, 8’3 broad, 5.02 short shuttle, 8.07 3-cone, and did 16 reps.  He had a 8 7/8 hand, 33 arm, and 79 wingspan.

 

OT Ali Marpet measured 6040, 302 pound at their first pro day and declined all testing.  He did field drills only because of his NFL Combine performance.  Marpet is a potential top 100 pick.

 

 

HOWARD

 

There were no prospects at the April 3rd workout on a WI1 surface.

 

QB Greg McGhee has already signed to play in the CFL.

 

 

IDAHO

 

Idaho State players also worked out here on March 12th in FO1 conditions.

 

Idaho State QB Justin Arias measured 6007, 220 pounds, and ran 4.82 and 4.87 in the 40.  He had a 1.63 10-yard, 34 ½ vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 4.28 short shuttle, 7.12 3-cone, and did 12 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 31 ½ arm, and 76 wingspan.

 

 

ILLINOIS
This was done on March 5th in FI1 conditions.

 

A few small schoolers showed up but nobody had a good workout.

 

 

ILLINOIS STATE

 

Players worked out on March 25th on a FO2 surface with 5-8 MPH cross winds in 43 degree weather.

 

All-MVFC OT Jermaine Barton measured 6065, 332 pounds but did not workout due to a left knee scope and left wrist injury.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 34 ¾ arm, and 83 5/8 wingspan.

 

LS Chris Highlands measured 6015, 232 pounds and ran a 5.34 and 5.40 in the 40.  He is slow and not very strong.

 

FB Collin Keoshian measured 6010, 258 pounds, and ran 4.89 and 4.92 in the 40.  He had a 1.74 10-yard, 2.80 20-yard, and did 23 reps. He did the shuttles and jumps at the regional combine.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 76 7/8 wingspan.

 

OT Mike Liedtke measured 6036, 305 pounds and ran 4.91 and 4.93 in the 40.  He had a 1.76 10-yard, 2.77 20-yard, 33 inch vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.94 short shuttle, 7.35 3-cone, and did 28 reps.  He had a 10 ¼ hand, 33 1/8 arm, and 78 ¾ wingspan.  His tape was not very good as many scouts rejected him but this workout should get him a contract or tryout.

 

SS Dontae McCoy measured 5115, 208 pounds, and ran a 4.71 and 4.79 in the 40.  He had impressive jumps with a 39 ½ vertical and 10’9 broad jump.

 

WR Cameron Meredith measured 6033, 205 pounds and ran a 4.12 short shuttle and 6.71 3-cone.  He did 14 reps. He had a 9 1/8 hand, 32 arm, and 78 ¾ wingspan.

 

WR Lechein Neblett measured 5116, 189 pounds, and ran 4.57 and 4.73 in the 40.  He had a 1.60 10-yard, 2.64 20-yard, 34 ½ vertical, 9’10 broad, 4.34 short shuttle, 6.94 3-cone, and did not bench.  He had a 8 7/8 hand, 29 7/8 arm, and 71 wingspan.

 

TE James O’Shaugnessy measured 6041, 244 pounds and did not run because he stood on his Northwestern pro day numbers.  He had a 9’8 broad jump, 4.38 short shuttle, 7.20 3-cone, and did 16 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 32 ½ arm, and 78 5/8 wingspan.

 

DE Bradon Pate measured 6030, 288 pounds with a 4.83 and 4.90 40.  He had a 1.70 10-yard, 2.73 20-yard, 31 vertical, 9’5 broad, 4.71 short shuttle, 7.60 3-cone, and did 25 reps.  He had a 10 7/8 hand, 33 ¼ arm, and 79 ¾ wingspan.

 

Other small schoolers worked out but none of them had a good workout.

 

 

INDIANA

 

They worked out on March 30th in FI1 conditions with one small schooler showing up to mention.

 

Indiana State QB Michael Perish measured 6021, 214 pounds and ran a 5.38 and 5.39 in the 40.  His testing was okay but not enough to write up.  He may get in a camp.

 

 

IOWA STATE

 

This was done on March 24th in FI1 conditions.  A few small schoolers to mention.

 

Former Tennessee transfer Darren Myles, who played at Dubuque (IA) in 2014 worked out.  He was 6010, 203 pounds and ran a 4.77 and 4.81 in the 40.  He did not test well.

 

Dubuque WR Tyler Rutenbeck measured 6015, 186 pounds, and ran a 4.43 and 4.46 40.  He had a 1.56 10-yard, 2.56 20-yard, 38 vertical, 10’3 broad, 4.08 short shuttle, 6.62 3-cone, and did not bench.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 76 1/8 wingspan.

 

Morningside RB Brandon Wegher, a former Iowa transfer, measured 5103, 213 pounds and ran a 4.50 and 4.51 40.  He had a 1.55 10-yard, 2.68 20-yard, 37 vertical, 9’10 broad, 4.43 short shuttle, 7.18 3-cone, and did 23 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 29 ¾ arm, and 72 wingspan.  He was impressive in the Medal of Honor Bowl and had an All-American season at the NAIA.  He should be a priority free agent.

 

 

JACKSONVILLE

 

This was held on March 27th in FO1 conditions.

 

One player who should get a shot was there in WR Andrew Robustelli measured 6026, 212 pounds, and ran a 4.56 and 4.57 40.  He had a 1.64 10-yard, 2.53 20-yard, 34 ½ vertical, 9’10 broad jump, 4.28 short shuttle, 6.72 3-cone, and did 15 reps.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 32 arm, and 75 ½ wingspan.

 

 

JACKSONVILLE STATE

 

Their seniors worked out on March 12th on field turf outdoors.  Of all the prospects at this workout the highest rated were Damarcus James and Max Shortell.

 

IB Michael Carlisle measured 5103, 228 pounds and ran a 4.98 and 5.03 in the 40.  He had a 1.75 10-yard, 2.85 20-yard, 28 inch vertical, 8’8 broad jump, 4.54 short shuttle, 7.34 3-cone, and did 30 reps.

 

All-American OC Max Holcombe was 6020, 304 pounds, and ran a 5.72 and 5.75 in the 40.  His workout was very poor and puts him in jeopardy of getting more than a tryout.  He had a 20 ½ inch vertical, 8’0 broad jump, 5.09 short shuttle, 7.98 3-cone, and did 23 reps.

 

Another disappointing workout took place from the player perhaps considered their best prospect in OH Damarcus James who was 5086, 225 pounds, and ran a 4.98 and 5.03 in the 40.  He had a 27 inch vertical, 8’7 broad jump, 4.56 short shuttle, 7.65 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had an 8 5/8 hand, 30 arm, and 71 ¼ wingspan.

 

DT Caleb Lawrence also worked out posting a 5.47 and 5.48 40 at 5113, 312 pounds.  He had a 22 inch vertical, 7’6 broad jump, 4.89 short shuttle, 7.80 3-cone, and did 22 reps.  He would be a possible secondary league prospect, lacking the size and athleticism to play in the NFL despite a solid college career.

 

QB Max Shortell measured in at 6046, 232 pounds, and ran a 5.07 and 5.08 in the 40.  He had a 1.81 10-yard, 2.83 20-yard, 26 ½ inch vertical, 8’3 broad jump, 4.46 short shuttle, 7.47 3-cone, and did not bench.  He had a 8 ½ hand, 29 7/8 arm, and 73 ¼ wingspan.  Shortell was a backup with just four touchdowns and two interceptions in 2014 but may get a tryout or contract due to his size and arm strength.

 

 

JAMES MADISON

 

JMU players worked out on March 3rd on a FO2 surface.

 

The big name at this pro day was S Dean Marlowe who measured in at 6013, 205 pounds.  He had a 33 ½ inch vertical and had a 9’6 broad jump.  He had a 8 5/8 hand, 31 5/8 arm, and 73 ¾ wingspan.

 

Marlowe kept all of his other times from the NFL Scouting Combine and is a likely late round pick.

 

DE Sage Harold measured in at 6026, 242 pounds, and ran a 4.64 and 4.67 in the 40.  He had a 1.65 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 31 ½ inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.69 short shuttle, 7.52 3-cone, and did 21 reps. He had a 9 1/8 hand, 32 5/8 arm, and 78 3/8 wingspan.

 

Harold had a monster senior campaign with 73 tackles, 23.5 tackles for loss, and 13.5 sacks.  Harold is a tweener who lacks great shuttle and jump times for an outside linebacker but is strong and has length.  He may project to inside linebacker for some teams.

 

WR Daniel Brown measured 6046, 227 pounds, and ran a 4.59 and 4.60 in the 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 2.70 20-yard, 31 ½ vertical, 9’8 broad, 4.18 short shuttle, 6.86 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 34 5/8 arm, and 79 ¾ wingspan.

 

DE Brandon Lee ran a 4.92 40 at 6014, 24 pounds.  He had a 1.77 10-yard, 2.83 20-yard, 38 ½ vertical, 10’2 broad, 4.46 short shuttle, 7.52 3-cone, and did not bench due to left labrum on December 15th, 2014.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 34 7/8 arm, and 80 5/8 wingspan.

 

 

KANSAS

 

Several area small schoolers were here on March 25th in FO1 conditions with 5-10 MPH gusts.

 

Emporia State ILB Deshawn Dinwiddie measured 6012, 208 and ran a 4.90 40.  He had a 1.71 10-yard, 2.87 20-yard, 31 ½ vertical, 6.92 3-cone, and did 13 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 31 3/8 arm, and 77 ¼ wingspan.

 

Emporia State SS Lyndell Johnson, who worked out well at his school’s pro day measured 6032, 206 pounds but kept his other numbers.

 

Emporia State WR Austin Willis continued his strong postseason measuring 5087, 176 pounds and running 4.32 to 4.36 in the 40.  He had a 1.51 10-yard, 38 ½ vertical, 10’4 broad, 4.21 short shuttle, 11.12 60 shuttle, 6.98 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 29 arm, and 71 ¼ wingspan.

 

Pittsburg State WR Gavin Lutman did very well running 4.49 and 4.51 at 6021, 206 pounds.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 36 ½ vertical, 10’5 broad jump, 4.20 short shuttle, 6.65 3-cone, and did 9 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 76 ¼ wingspan.

 

Pittsburg State SS Keeston Terry measured 6013, 209 and ran a 4.63 and 4.66 40.  He had a 1.57 10-yard, 34 vertical, 10’2 broad, 4.08 short shuttle, 6.87 3-cone, and did 13 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 75 ½ wingspan.

 

 

LAFAYETTE

 

They worked out on March 20th on a FO1 surface for 40s and RI2 surface for drills.

 

OT Luke Chiarolanzio measured 6036, 295 pounds, and ran 5.83 and 5.88 40.  He had a 1.94 10-yard, 3.30 20-yard, 25 vertical, 8’3 broad, 5.15 short shuttle, 8.35 3-cone, and did not bench due to left bicep tear. He had a 9 7/8 hand, 32 5/8 arm, and 77 7/8 wingspan.

 

RB Ross Scheuerman measured 6000, 203 pounds and ran a 4.40 and 4.50 40. He had a 1.51 10-yard, 2.51 20-yard, 32 vertical, 7.29 3-cone, and stood on other NFL Combine numbers. He had a 8 7/8 hand, 29 5/8 arm, and 73 1/8 wingspan.  This kid is versatile and has very good long speed.

 

 

LAMAR

 

One player stood out during this March 12th workout on a FO2 surface.

 

DE Joe Okafor measured in at 6064, 305 pounds, and ran a 5.11 and 5.19 in the 40.  He had a 1.65 10-yard, 2.93 20-yard, 27 inch vertical, 8’2 broad jump, 4.68 short shuttle, 7.39 3-cone, and did 26 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 32 ½ arm, and 80 7/8 wingspan.

 

After a subpar showing during the season lacking the ability to do more than eat blocks and make plays in the box he will need to show this athleticism more on film to make a roster.  If Okafor can impact plays more and improve his technique he has the physical tools to be a project worth putting on a practice squad.

 

 

LANE COLLEGE

 

A couple notes from this March 18th workout on a FI1 surface.

 

CB Randy Powell is a former transfer who some thought may turn out to be a player but he ran 4.70 and 4.72 in the 40 at 5100, 190 pounds.

 

OT Damein Willis measured 6036, 338 pounds and ran a 5.39 and 5.40 40.  He had a 27 inch vertical, 8’0 broad jump, 5.20 short shuttle, 8.45 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 35 1/8 arm, and 82 1/8 wingspan.

 

 

LIBERTY

 

Several players worked out on March 18th on FO1.

 

FS Jacob Hagen measured in at 6024, 205 pounds, and ran a 4.62 and 4.63 in the 40.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 36 ½ inch vertical, 10’4 broad jump, 4.43 short shuttle, 7.01 3-cone, and did 22 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 32 5/8 arm, and 77 3/8 wingspan.

 

In 2014 he had 8 picks and was an All-American.  There is a chance he is taken late but if not will be a highly sought after priority free agent.

 

DE Dominique Davis tested poorly running a 5.28 and 5.30 40 at 6047, 277 pounds.

 

CB Kenny Scott measured 5094, 178 pounds with a 4.48 and 4.50 40.  He had a 1.56 10-yard, 38 inch vertical, 10’7 broad jump, 4.46 short shuttle, 6.82 3-cone, and did 19 reps. He had a 8 1/8 hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 74 1/8 wingspan.

 

 

LOUISIANA TECH

 

One small schooler of note worked out at the March 19th pro day in FO1 conditions.

 

Grambling FS Tyree Hollins weighed 188 pounds and ran a 4.66 and 4.69 40.  He had a 1.67 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard, 4.41 short shuttle, 11.89 60 shuttle, and 7.65 3-cone.

 

He worked out due to poor conditions at the Grambling Pro Day previously.

 

 

MAINE

 

Just one NFL team (Patriots) showed up to this workout so there are no 10s or 20s from this March 19th pro day on a FI1 surface.

 

There are a couple players worth mentioning.

 

WR Damarr Aultman measured 5104, 202 pounds and ran a 4.42 and 4.46 40.  He had a 40 ½ inch vertical, 10’8 broad jump, 3.94 short shuttle, 6.65 3-cone, and did 20 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 30 ½ arm, and 73 3/8 wingspan.

 

CB Axel Ofori measured 5096, 194 pounds and ran a 4.62 and 4.67 40.  He had a 40 inch vertical, 9’6 broad, 4.09 short shuttle, 6.56 3-cone, and did 12 reps.

 

WR Arthur Williams ran a 4.40 and 4.43 40 at 5117, 185 pounds. He had a 43 inch vertical, 11’0 broad jump, 4.09 short shuttle, 6.57 3-cone, and did 12 reps.  He had a 8 7/8 hand, 31 3/8 arm, and 75 3/8 wingspan.

 

 

MASS-AMHERST

 

Several small schoolers worked out here but only a couple are worth mentioning.  This was held on March 30th on a FO2 surface with 10-15 MPH winds in 40 degree weather.

 

Bentley WR Jeff Hill was the only small schooler worth mentioning.  He ran a 4.64 and 4.65 40 at 6026, 209 pounds.  He had a 1.61 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard, 39 ½ vertical, 10’5 broad, 4.47 short shuttle, 6.91 3-cone, and did not bench since he did so at Harvard.  He had a 8 hand, 32 ¾ arm, and 77 7/8 wingspan.

 

 

MCNEESE STATE

 

McNeese State seniors worked out on March 25th on FO1 conditions.

 

The top prospect was LT Antoine Everett who measured in at 6030, 323 pounds, and ran a 5.72 and 5.75 in the 40.  He had a 1.91 10-yard, 3.21 20-yard, 20 ½ inch vertical, 7’7 broad jump, 5.18 short shuttle, 8.50 3-cone, and did 21 bench reps.  He had a 9 hand, 32 ¾ arm, and 80 wingspan.  With this workout and his film he projects as a guard or center.

 

DE Everett Ellefsen measured 6021, 243 pounds, and ran a 4.91 and 4.94 40.

 

Nobody did well.

 

 

MIAMI FLORIDA

 

One small shcooler from Findlay worked out but he did not test well.  This was done on April 1st on a FO1 surface.

 

 

MIAMI OHIO

 

On March 12th some small schoolers worked out here.  This was on a FI1 surface.  A couple small schoolers of note here.

 

Findlay S Harold Jones-Quartey measured in at 5107, 213 pounds, and ran a 4.69 twice in the 40.  He had a 1.61 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 40 inch vertical, 11’1 broad jump, 4.33 short shuttle, 6.78 3-cone, and did 20 reps.

 

 

MINNESOTA

 

This worked was done on March 2nd on a FI1 surface.

 

Several small schoolers worked out but only a few have a shot with a NFL team.

 

Concordia St. Paul K Tom Obarski measured 5097, 181 pounds and did kicking drills only.  He had a 8 1/8 hand, 28 ¼ arm, and 70 1/8 wingspan.

 

Minnesota State Mankato WR Dorian Buford ran a 4.58 and 4.59 40 at 5113, 175 pounds.  He had a 1.57 10-yard, 33 inch vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 4.33 short shuttle, 7.02 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 29 ¾ arm, and 74 1/8 wingspan.

 

Minnesota State Mankato OT Chris Reed measured in at 6031, 305 pounds and ran a 5.03 and 5.04 40.  He had a 1.72 10-yard, 2.90 20-yard, 28 ½ vertical, 9’2 broad, 5.08 short shuttle, 8.09 3-cone, and did 25 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 31 arm, and 77 1/8 wingspan.  Reed did very well and should be a priority free agent signing.

 

Missouri State TE Gannon Sinclair tested pretty well and should get a contract because of his size and pass catching ability.  He ran a 4.76 and 4.79 40 at 6067, 257 pounds.  He had a 1.61 10-yard, 2.74 20-yard, 30 inch vertical, 9’9 broad jump, 4.30 short shuttle, 11.56 60 shuttle, 7.10 3-cone, and did 13 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 33 ¼ arm, and 80 3/8 wingspan.

 

 

MISSISSIPPI STATE

 

They worked out on March 4th on a FI1 surface with just one small school prospect attending it.

 

Mississippi Valley State WR Julian Stafford measured 5083, 182 pounds and ran a 4.53 and 4.54 40.  His workout was not very good though so he may not get in a camp.

 

 

MISSOURI S&T

 

They worked out on March 27th on a FI1 surface.  There are a couple players worth mentioning.

 

CB Will Brown measured 6000, 186 pounds and ran a 4.68 and 4.72 40.  This was disappointing as teams were hoping for 4.5s.  He ran a 1.59 10-yard, 32 inch vertical, 9’8 broad, 4.44 short shuttle, 11.94 60 shuttle, 7.20 3-cone, and did 7 reps. He had a 8 hand, 31 ½ arm, and 76 3/8 wingspan.

 

OT Forrestal Hickman measured 6071, 319 pounds with a 5.29 and 5.33 40.  He had a 1.82 10-yard and 3.06 20-yard.  He was not kept for testing and field work following the 40 results.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 32 ½ arm, and 80 1/8 wingspan.  The fact he was not kept is a poor sign for his chances.

 

 

MISSOURI STATE

 

This was held on March 20th on a FO1 surface.  Most of the workouts were not very good but here are two notes worthy of passing along.

 

WR Julian Burton ran a 4.53 and 4.56 40 at 5081, 184 pounds.  He had a 1.63 10-yard, 2.63 20-yard, 42 inch vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 4.10 short shuttle, 7.13 3-cone, and did 9 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 28 ¼ arm, and 67 7/8 wingspan.

 

SS Caleb Schaffitzel measured 5113, 213 pounds and ran a 4.71 and 4.73 in the 40.  He had a 1.68 10-yard, 38 ½ vertical, 9’11 broad jump, 4.18 short shuttle, 7.02 3-cone, and did 13 reps.  He had a 8 5/8 hand, 29 ½ arm, and 69 7/8 wingspan.  He was an All-American who was active in the box but lacks great ball skills and long speed.

 

TE Gannon Sinclair measured 6067, 263 pounds and ran a 4.87 and 4.90 40.  He had a 1.69 10-yard, 2.84 20-yard, 32 inch vertical, 9’5broad, 4.22 short shuttle, 7.03 3-cone, and did 12 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 33 5/8 arm, and 80 ½ wingspan.

 

 

MONMOUTH (NJ)

 

The workout was held on March 10th on field turf indoors.  This was a big workout for one particular player hoping to get drafted.

 

The headliner was 2014 1st team All-Big South WO Neal Sterling who measured 6033, 238 pounds, and ran a 4.62 and 4.64 in the 40.  He had a 1.53 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 35 ½ inch vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 4.25 short shuttle, 7.07 3-cone, and did 16 bench reps.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 33 1/8 arm, and 81 ¾ wingspan.  Scouts in attendance were hoping he would break 4.5s to make it easier to pound the table for him in the late rounds but he still has a shot to be taken in the 6th or 7th round but will at least be a priority free agent signing after the draft.

 

QB Brandon Hill measured 6045, 226 pounds, and ran a 5.25 and 5.28 in the 40.  He had a 1.81 10-yard, 3.10 20-yard, 24 inch vertical, 8’5 broad jump, 5.13 short shuttle, 7.96 3-cone, and did not bench.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 76 ¼ wingspan.  It was not a great workout but anytime you have a quarterback with size they are a possibility to earn at least a tryout.

 

IB Dan Sullivan measured 6011, 225 pounds, and ran a 4.64 and 4.75 in the 40.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 38 inch vertical, 10’10 broad jump, 4.58 short shuttle, 7.28 3-cone, and did 33 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 30 arm, and 73 3/8 wingspan.  He’s has some issues in the past but when healthy and eligible is a solid player who should get a tryout.

 

 

MONTANA

 

They worked out on March 9th on a FO1 surface.  It was clear weather, sunny, and approximately 40 degrees. Here are a few notes from it.

 

FS Matt Hermanson did awful with a 4.98 and 4.99 40 at 6002, 198 pounds.  His workout was bad all around and puts him at 50/50 to even get a tryout.

 

DT Tonga Takai measured 6020, 299 pounds, and ran a 5.34 and 5.31 40.  He had a 1.87 10-yard, 2.96 20-yard, 27 ½ vertical, 8’8 broad, 4.76 short shuttle, 7.80 3-cone, and did 27 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 32 arm, and 77 ¼ wingspan.

 

QB Jordan Johnson measured in but only showed up to throw for teammates.  He has already signed to play in the CFL.

 

RB Travon Van measured 5097, 195 pounds, and ran a 4.53 and 4.55 40.  He had a 1.67 10-yard, 32 ½ vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.19 short shuttle, 6.81 3-cone, and did 16 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 30 5/8 arm, and 74 wingspan.

 

DE Zack Wagenmann measured in at 6031, 245 pounds, kept his combine results.  He had a 9’10 broad jump and did 16 reps though.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 33 arm, and 79 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

MONTANA STATE

 

They worked out on March 16th on FO1 conditions.

 

ILB Alex Singleton measured in at 6022, 233 pounds, and ran a 4.63 and 4.67 in the 40. He had a 1.64 10-yard, 2.68 20-yard, 31 inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.25 short shuttle, 7.13 3-cone, and did 15 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 31 ½ arm, and 74 3/8 wingspan.

 

SS Eryon Barnett measured in at 6017, 200 pounds, and ran a 4.55 and 4.57 40.

 

SS Rob Marshall measured in at 5114, 198 pounds, and ran a 4.62 and 4.63 40.

 

 

MORGAN STATE

 

This was held on April 1st on a chilly morning with a light breeze on a FO2 surface.

 

Nobody tested well.

 

 

MURRAY STATE

 

This was done on March 17th on a FO1 surface.

 

Nobody tested well.  Here are a few notes from it.

 

DE Felton Collins measured 6036, 265 pounds and ran a 5.01 and 5.07 40.

 

WR Nevar Griffin measured 6004, 226 pounds, and ran a 4.69 and 4.84 40.

 

OT Kamalie Matthews measured 6023, 310 pounds, and ran a 5.20 and 4.94 40.  He had a 1.76 10-yard, 31 inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.78 short shuttle, 7.90 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 33 arm, and 81 ½ wingspan.  He was the best workout of anyone there.

 

OLB Travis Taylor struggled heavily running a 4.89 and 5.06 40 at 6021, 240 pounds.  He had a 1.70 10-yard, 30 ½ vertical, 9’3 broad, 4.74 short shuttle, 7.29 3-cone, and did 20 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 ¾ arm, and 77 5/8 wingspan.

 

Kentucky State had players work out here. The only player to mention is RB Jacquise Lockett who measured in at 6010, 242 pounds, and ran a 4.65 and 4.80 40.

 

 

NAVY

 

This workout was held on March 31st on a FI1 surface.

 

Salisbury P Kyle Hamby sprained his UCL after the season and was diagnosed with Achilles tendinitis so it is doubtful he will attempt the NFL.  He measured in at 5107, 202 pounds, and ran a 4.61 and 4.63 40.

 

 

NEBRASKA

 

This was done on a FI1 surface on March 5th.

 

Nebraska-Kearney OT Cole Manhart ran a 5.35 and 5.37 40 at 6043, 298 pounds.  He had a 1.71 10-yard, 3.04 20-yard, 28 vertical, 8’7 broad, 4.65 short shuttle, 7.92 3-cone, and did 28 reps.  He had a 10 5/8 hand, 33 ¼ arm, and 80 ¾ wingspan.  He played well in the NFLPA Bowl and should be a free agent pickup following the draft.

 

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE

 

They worked out on March 19th on FI2 conditions.  There were some other area small schoolers at the workout as well.

 

WR Ronnie “RJ” Harris measured in at 6000, 200 pounds, and ran a 4.51 and 4.53 in the 40.  He had a 1.64 10-yard, 2.63 20-yard, 37 ½ inch vertical, 10’7 broad jump, 4.20 short shuttle, 7.23 3-cone, and did 18 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 33 1/8 arm, and 77 ½ wingspan.

 

TE Harold Spears measured in at 6036, 251 pounds, and ran a 4.73 and 4.76 in the 40.  He had a 1.75 10-yard, 2.70 20-yard, 36 ½ inch vertical, 9’10 broad jump, 4.53 short shuttle, 7.25 3-cone, and did 20 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 32 arm, and 79 ½ wingspan.

 

C Mike Coccia measured in at 6026, 302 pounds, and ran a 5.20 and 5.21 in the 40.  He had a 1.75 10-yard, 2.95 20-yard, 30 ½ inch vertical, 8’7 broad jump, 4.78 short shuttle, 7.75 3-cone, and did 27 bench reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 31 5/8 arm, and 77 ¼ wingspan.

 

DE Cody Muller measured in at 6025, 260 pounds, and ran a 4.81 and 4.84 in the 40.  He had a 1.75 10-yad, 2.80 20-yard, 33 ½ inch vertical, 10’2 broad jump, 4.51 short shuttle, 7.49 3-cone, and did 29 bench reps.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 78 ¼ wingspan.

 

Dartmouth DE Evan Chrustic measured in at 6041, 284 pounds, and ran a 4.95 and 5.02 in the 40.  He had a 1.74 10-yard, 2.83 20-yard, 28 inch vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 5.09 short shuttle, 7.59 3-cone, and did 24 bench reps.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 77 wingspan.

 

 

NEW MEXICO

 

They worked out on March 5th on a FI1 surface.  Two players from Highlands showed up.

 

New Mexico Highlands P Patrick Carney measured 5117, 207 pounds and just did drills.  He had a 8 ½ hand, 30 arm, and 74 wingspan.

 

New Mexico Highlands WR Tyler Slavin measured 6007, 210 pounds, and ran a 4.60 and 4.64 40.  He had a 1.65 10-yard, 2.68 20-yard, 34 vertical, 9’9 broad, 4.23 short shuttle, 11.77 60 shuttle, 7.01 3-cone, and did 13 reps.  He had a 10 ¾ hand, 33 arm, and 77 wingspan.

 

 

NEWBERRY

 

This workout was held on March 6th on FO2 conditions in 30 degree weather with 10 MPH winds.

 

LB Edmond Robinson measured in 6027, 242 pounds.  He had a 10 hand, 33 5/8 arm, and 81 ¾ wingspan.  He kept all of his times from the NFL Scouting Combine.

 

WR Byron Dickerson measured 6014, 195 pounds, and ran a 4.68 and 4.78 40.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 2.73 20-yard, 41 inch vertical, 10’5 broad jump, 4.32 short shuttle, 7.40 3-cone, and did 13 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 33 ¾ arm, and 77 wingspan.  He transferred from Mississippi State but did not play much in his career.

 

 

NORFOLK STATE

 

On March 3rd they worked out on FI1 conditions.  There were NSU players and one from Virginia State

 

DE Lynden Trail measured 6067, 261 pounds and ran a 4.86 40.  He had a 1.71 10-yard and 2.87 20-yard but kept all of his other times from the NFL Combine.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 34 5/8 arm, and 82 7/8 wingspan.

 

DT George Riddick measured in at 6026, 315 pounds, and ran a 5.28 and 5.37 in the 40.  He had 1.81 10-yard, 3.02 20-yard, 23 ½ inch vertical, 8’2 broad jump, 4.69 short shuttle, 7.40 3-cone, and did 32 bench reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 33 ¾ arm, and 81 5/8 wingspan.

 

OLB Marcell Coke measured 6003, 221 pounds and ran a 4.71 and 4.80 40.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 31 vertical, 10’1 broad, 4.63 short shuttle, 7.82 3-cone, and did 15 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 31 5/8 arm, and 76 ½ wingspan.  He should be a free agent pickup.

 

Virginia State SS Andre Rawls measured in at 5113, 198 pounds, and ran a 4.59 and 4.63 in the 40.  He had a 1.62 10-yard, 2.68 20-yard, 31 ½ inch vertical, 9’10 broad jump, 4.44 short shuttle, 6.97 3-cone, and did 19 bench reps.  He had a 8 hand, 31 3/8 arm, and 73 ¾ wingspan.

 

 

NORTH ALABAMA

 

This was on March 9th on a FO1 surface.

 

The best prospect was K Taylor Pontius who chose to only take the wonderlic since he was working out at the UAB/Samford pro day the next day.

 

 

NORTH CAROLINA CHARLOTTE

 

They worked out on March 31st on a FO1 surface.

 

OG Daniel Blitch measured in at 6054, 343 pounds, and ran a 5.62 and 5.67 40.  He is not athletic but a big body so he may get a free agent shot.

 

FS Desmond Cooper ran a 4.45 and 4.50 40 at 6015, 216 pounds.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 2.60 20-yard, 37 ½ vertical, 10’3 broad, 4.22 short shuttle, 7.07 3-cone, and did 23 reps.  He had a 8 7/8 hand, 31 3/8 arm, and 76 3/8 wingspan.

 

Saint Augustine DT Nigel Crawford-Kinney measured in at 6044, 307 pounds, and ran a 5.22 and 5.27 40.  He had a 1.88 10-yard, 3.06 20-yard, 20 ½ vertical, 7’1 broad, 5.15 short shuttle, 8.18 3-cone, and did 21 reps. He had a 10 3/8 hand, 34 5/8 arm, and 80 ¼ wingspan.  Interesting note on him is that he had no agent at this pro day because his previous agent fired him due to his mother, according to sources.

 

 

NORTH CAROLINA A&T

 

This workout was held on March 24th on a GO2 surface.  The field was not the best with 55-60 degree weather and light winds.

 

WR Desmond Lawrence measured in at 5095, 190 pounds, and ran a 4.35 and 4.38 in the 40.  He had a 1.51 10-yard, 2.50 20-yard, 34 ½ inch vertical, 9’10 broad jump, 4.15 short shuttle, 6.93 3-cone, and did 18 bench reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 30 5/8 arm, and 74 5/8 wingspan.

 

OG Will Robinson measured in at 6021, 301 pounds, and ran a 5.21 and 5.25 in the 40.  He had a 1.85 10-yard, 3.04 20-yard, 23 inch vertical, 7’10 broad jump 4.89 short shuttle, 8.00 3-cone, and did 18 bench reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 33 7/8 arm, and 80 7/8 wingspan.

 

 

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL

 

One player tested who is on the NFL radar on March 26th on a FO1 surface.

 

OLB Ty Brown ran a 4.79 and 4.89 40 at 6041, 238 pounds.  He had a 1.64 10-yard, 2.88 20-yard, 30 ½ vertical, 9’1 broad, 4.46 short shuttle, 7.19 3-cone, and did 14 reps.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 32 arm, and 77 5/8 wingspan.

 

A player from Winston-Salem State who was expected to return did workout as well.

 

Former East Carolina transfer, Winston Salem State OLB Marke Powell, measured 6034, 235 pounds, and ran a 4.73 and 4.78 in the 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 2.80 20-yard, 36 ½ vertical, 9’11 broad jump, 4.54 short shuttle, 11.77 60 shuttle, 7.56 3-cone, and did 33 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 76 wingspan.

 

 

Powell did not play in 2014 but has a lot of ability and will be an interesting free agent pickup, unless some team decides to take a late round flyer on him.

 

 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

 

They worked out on March 23rd on AI1 conditions.

 

Gardner-Webb WR Kenny Cook measured in at 6032, 210 pounds, and ran a 4.57 and 4.63 in the 40.  He had a 1.65 10-yard, 2.68 20-yard, 33 inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.37 short shuttle, 7.13 3-cone, and did 12 bench reps.  He had a 10 ¼ hand, 34 7/8 arm, and 81 wingspan.

 

Mars Hill OG Denzell Goode measured in at 6053, 339 pounds, and ran a 5.34 twice in the 40.  He had a 1.81 10-yard, 3.06 20-yard, 26 ½ inch vertical, 8’4 broad jump, 5.03 short shuttle, 8.03 3-cone, and did 23 bench reps.  He had a 10 ¼ hand, 35 1/8 arm, and 83 7/8 wingspan.

 

Fayetteville State had two potential free agents work out.  OG Marcus Reed measured in at 6033, 355 pounds and ran a 5.39 and 5.42 40 with a 1.87 10-yard.  FS Michael Johnson ran a 4.73 and 4.75 at 6007, 198 pounds.

 

 

NORTH DAKOTA STATE

 

On March 26th on a FI1 surface players from NDSU worked out.

 

RB John Crockett weighed 217 pounds.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 arm, and 75 3/8 wingspan.  He did position drills only as he kept his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine.

 

DE Kyle Emanuel measured at 6034, 254 pounds, and did position drills only due to attending the NFL Scouting Combine.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 30 3/8 arm, and 74 3/8 wingspan.

 

LB Carlton Littlejohn measured in at 6010, 219 pounds, and ran a 4.67 and 4.69 in the 40.  He had a 1.69 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 36 inch vertical, 10’2 broad jump, 4.43 short shuttle, 7.08 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 74 7/8 wingspan.

 

S Christian Dudzik measured in at 5096, 192 pounds, and ran a 4.49 and 4.53 in the 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 2.62 20-yard, 34 ½ inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.35 short shuttle, 7.12 3-cone, and had 14 reps.  He had a 8 ½ hand, 28 5/8 arm, and 71 3/8 wingspan.

 

K Adam Keller measured 6011, 198 pounds with a 32 inch vertical and 8’10 broad jump.  He could be a free agent pickup.

 

 

NORTH TEXAS

 

This was held on March 26th with 15 MPH wind gusts to 25 in 50 degree weather on a FO1 surface.

 

A few Henderson State players worked out.

 

Henderson State WR Darius Davis measured 5110, 219 pounds, and ran a 4.53 and 4.59 40 with a 1.62 10-yard and 2.63 20-yard.  He had a 37 ½ inch vertical, 10’5 broad jump, 4.41 short shuttle, 7.43 3-cone, and did 17 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 30 5/8 arm, and 73 ½ wingspan.  This was a much better workout than his previous one.

 

Henderson State QB Kevin Rodgers measured 6024, 217 pounds and ran a 4.91 and 5.04 40.  He had a 1.69 10-yard, 2.83 20-yard, 32 vertical, 9’3 broad, 4.56 short shuttle, 7.48 3-cone, and did 8 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 5/8 arm, and 75 ¾ wingspan.

 

Rodgers is productive but has marginal arm strength so he should be a free agent pickup following the draft.

 

 

NORTHERN ARIZONA

 

This was held on March 9th in 46 degree weather on a FO1 surface.

 

TE Beau Gardner stole the show with a 4.72 and 4.75 40 at 6043, 253 pounds.  He had a 1.68 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard, 41 inch vertical, 9’10 broad, 4.48 short shuttle, 7.12 3-cone, and did 22 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 31 ½ arm, and 79 ¼ wingspan.

 

ILB Austin Hasquet ran a 4.70 and 4.79 40 at 6007, 232 pounds with a 1.68 10, 2.77 20, 31 vertical, 8’9 broad, 4.52 short shuttle, 7.26 3-cone, and 29 reps.  He had a 8 ½ hand, 29 3/8 arm, and 73 5/8 wingspan.

 

WR Ify Umodu measured 6020, 216 pounds with a 4.60 and 4.65 40, 1.56 10-yard, 2.67 20-yard, and did 18 reps.  He had a 35 inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.53 short shuttle, and 7.10 3-cone.  He had a 10 ¼ hand, 32 ¾ arm, and 78 7/8 wingspan.  He’s a former basketball player who is raw but has physical tools and could be an interesting free agent pickup.

 

 

NORTHERN IOWA

 

UNI players worked out on March 24th on a FI1 surface.  Some other area small schoolers worked out here as well.

 

RB David Johnson, who attended the NFL Combine, measured at 6007, 222 pounds, and only did position drills.  He kept all his results from the NFL Combine.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 31 arm, and 77 wingspan.

 

DT Xavier Williams measured 6016, 320 pounds, and ran a 5.31 and 5.33 in the 40.  He had a 1.83 10-yard, 2.94 20-yard, 25 ½ inch vertical, 8’7 broad jump, 5.01 short shuttle, 8.03 3-cone, and did 30 bench reps.  He had a 10 ½ hand, 32 7/8 arm, 80 7/8 wingspan.

 

OT Jack Rummells measured in at 6054, 301 pounds, and ran a 5.50 and 5.51 in the 40.  He had a 1.87 10-yard, 3.07 20-yard, 29 inch vertical, 8’10 broad jump, 4.90 short shuttle, 7.85 3-cone, and did 24 bench reps.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 32 arm, and 81 3/8 wingspan.

 

WO Kevin Vereen is recovering from ACL surgery he had on January 15th, 2015.  He measured 6014, 207 pounds and did 14 reps.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 33 arm, and 78 ¼ wingspan.

 

Upper Iowa TE Lucas Hefty measured in at 6034, 223 pounds, and ran a 4.76 and 4.83 in the 40. He had a 1.64 10-yard, 2.74 20-yard, 35 inch vertical, 9’1 broad jump, 4.64 short shuttle, and did not bench or do the 3-cone.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 33 arm, and 79 7/8 wingspan.

 

Upper Iowa QB Cole Jaeschke kept his regional combine numbers and measured 6012, 216 pounds with a 9 ½ hand, 30 ½ arm, and 74 1/8 wingspan.

 

 

NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE

 

This was March 27th on a FI1 surface.

 

DE Matt Longacre measured in at 6032, 260 pounds, and ran a 4.75 twice in the 40.  He had a 1.66 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard, 33 inch vertical, 9’9 broad jump, 4.26 short shuttle, 7.07 3-cone, and did 22 bench reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 30 1/8 arm, and 75 1/8 wingspan.  He was a 2014 AFCA All-American who ran poorly last spring so this was a great workout for him.  He should be a priority free agent.

 

CB Travis Manning measured in at 5110, 196 pounds, and ran a 4.51 twice in the 40.  He had a 1.56 10-yard, 2.56 20-yard, 37 inch vertical, 11’3 broad jump, 4.37 short shuttle, 7.08 3-cone, and did 15 bench reps.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 74 ¾ wingspan.

 

Two-time 1st team All-MIAA OLB Eric Reimer ran a 4.74 and 4.76 40 at 6013, 235 pounds with a 1.69 10-yard, 2.73 20-yard, 29 ½ inch vertical, 9’7 broad, 4.66 short shuttle, 7.11 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 30 5/8 arm, and 76 3/8 wingspan.

 

 

NORTHWESTERN

 

Several small schoolers worked out here on March 3rd on a FI1 surface.

 

Southern Illinois RB Malcolm Agnew measured in at 5091, 205 pounds, and ran a 4.62 and 4.65 in the 40.  He had a 1.53 10-yard, 2.70 20-yard, 37 inch vertical, 10’9 broad jump, 4.05 short shuttle, 6.93 3-cone, and 19 reps. He had a 8 7/8 hand, 30 3/8 arm, and 73 wingspan.

 

Eastern Illinois WR Adam Drake ran a 4.55 and 4.60 40 at 6016, 195 pounds with a 38 inch vertical, 10’1 broad jump, 4.15 short shuttle, 6.70 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 30 arm, and 73 3/8 wingspan.

 

Eastern Illinois All-American OG Colin Seibert ran a 5.36 40 twice at 6035, 294 pounds.

 

Former Michigan State transfer OT Arthur Ray, who played at Fort Lewis in 2014, ran a 5.69 and 5.71 40 at 6015, 292 pounds.

 

Illinois State OT Mike Liedtke ran a 4.96 40 twice at 6035, 303 pounds with a 1.73 10-yard, 2.90 20-yard, 31 vertical, 9’5 broad jump, 4.70 short shuttle, 7.78 3-cone, and did 27 reps.  He had a 10 ¼ hand, 32 3/8 arm, and 78 3/8 wingspan.

 

Illinois State WR Cameron Meredith ran a 4.47 and 4.50 40 at 6033, 207 pounds.  He had a 1.51 10-yard, 39 inch vertical, 10’7 broad jump, 4.31 short shuttle, 6.77 3-cone, and did 12 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 80 3/8 wingspan.

 

Illinois State TE James O’Shaugnessy measured 6042, 248 pounds with a 4.67 and 4.69 40.  He had a 1.61 10-yard, 2.71 20-yard, 35 inch vertical, 9’5 broad, 4.46 short shuttle, 7.29 3-cone, and did 16 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 79 ¼ wingspan.

 

South Dakota State DE Jack Sherlock measured 6032, 245 pounds, and ran a 4.73 and 4.76 40 with a 1.71 10-yard, 2.76 20-yard, 31 inch vertical, 9’9 broad jump, 4.41 short shuttle, 7.21 3-cone, and did 17 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 31 5/8 arm, 78 ¾ wingspan.

 

Western Illinois CB Martinez Davis ran a 4.51 and 4.57 40 at 5092, 194 pounds.

 

Western Illinois OLB Kevin Kintzel ran a 4.70 and 4.78 40 at 6016, 232 pounds with a 1.68 10-yard, 2.73 20-yard, 34 ½ vertical, 10’0 broad, 4.29 short  shuttle, 6.91 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 30 7/8 arm, and 78 1/8 wingspan.

 

 

NORTHWESTERN STATE

 

They worked out on March 24th on a perfect day with no wind, sunny, and 55 degrees.  This was on a FO1 surface.

 

CB Imoan Claiborne ran a 4.59 and 4.62 40 at 5097, 193 with a 1.55 10-yard, 2.64 20-yard, 39 inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.56 short shuttle, 7.31 3-cone, and he did 13 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 32 7/8 arm, and 77 1/8 wingspan.

 

TE Corey Simmons, son of NFL player Clyde Simmons, ran a 4.94 and 4.97 40 at 6040, 258 pounds.  He did not work out well and likely won’t get more than a shot as a free agent.

 

NT Deon Simon measured in at 6045, 317 pounds with a 10 3/8 hand, 33 arm, and 78 7/8 wingspan.  He did position drills only, standing on his results from the NFL Scouting Combine.  Simon is a potential late round pick.

 

 

OHIO

 

A few area small schoolers worked out here on March 24th on a FI1 surface.  Just one is worth highlighting.

 

Tiffin WR Marcus Beaurem did very well with a 4.39 and 4.41 40 at 5102, 187 pounds.  He had a 1.52 10-yard, 2.61 20-yard, 35 vertical, 9’5 broad, 4.33 short shuttle, 6.85 3-cone, and did 12 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 30 ½ arm, and 72 ¾ wingspan.

 

 

OREGON STATE

 

One small schooler who worked out here on March 14th and impressed came from Western Oregon as they worked out on field turf indoors.

 

Western Oregon WO Tyrell Williams measured in at 6034, 204, pounds, and ran a 4.42 and 4.44 in the 40.  He had a 1.51 10-yard, 2.59 20-yard, 39 ½ inch vertical, 10’7 broad jump, 4.17 short shuttle, 6.74 3-cone, and did not bench due to surgery on his right shoulder.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 33 ½ arm, and 78 3/8 wingspan.  Williams showed some speed on film as he had good acceleration.  He finished as a four-time All-GNAC selection who had 950 yards and 8 touchdowns on 56 catches as a senior.  He should get a contract or tryout due to his workouts and film.

 

 

PITTSBURG STATE

 

This was held on March 26th on a FO2 surface.

 

CB De’Vante Bausby ran a 4.42 and 4.74 at 6005, 177 pounds with a 1.56 10-yard, 2.46 20-yard, 37 ½ vertical, 11’0 broad jump, 4.32 short shuttle, 7.24 3-cone, and did 14 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 30 5/8 arm, and 74 7/8 wingspan.

 

OT Vincent Brown, a former Southern Miss transfer, measured 6060, 344 pounds, and ran a 5.22 and 5.35 40.  He had a 1.84 10-yard, 2.90 20-yard, 21 vertical, 8’1 broad, 5.34 short shuttle, 8.85 3-cone, and did 20 reps.  He had a 10 7/8 hand, 35 arm, and 85 ¾ wingspan.

 

WR Gavin Lutman measured 6022, 206 pounds with a 10 hand, 31 7/8 arm, and 74 ¼ wingspan.

 

SS Keeston Terry measured in at 6016, 211 pounds with a 9 hand, 30 ½ arm, and 74 7/8 wingspan.

 

 

PORTLAND STATE
This was held on April 1st with a slight breeze.

 

P Kyle Loomis measured in at 6020, 227 pounds, and did position drills only.  He attended the NFL Scouting Combine.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 32 ½ arm, and 77 wingspan.  Loomis is an Oregon State transfer who is over 25 on draft day.

 

C/OG Cornelius Edison measured in at 6025, 307 pounds, and ran a 5.36 and 5.39 in the 40.  He had a 1.92 10-yard, 3.16 20-yard, 25 inch vertical, 7’7 broad jump, 4.92 short shuttle, 7.84 3-cone, and did 25 bench reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 33 5/8 arm, and 77 7/8 wingspan.

 

WR Kasey Closs measured in at 6014, 212 pounds, and ran a 4.47 and 4.48 in the 40.  He had a 1.55 10-yard, 2.59 20-yard, 39 inch vertical, 9’11 broad jump, 4.20 short shuttle, 6.94 3-cone, and did 20 bench reps.  He had a 9 hand, 30 3/8 arm, and 73 wingspan.

 

Bemidji State basketball player Brock Lutes measured in at 6021, 230 pounds, and ran a 4.73 and 4.74 in the 40.  Lutes had a 1.63 10-yard, 2.75 20-yard, 32 ½ inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.35 short shuttle, 7.04 3-cone, and did 7 bench reps.  He had a 10 hand, 31 arm, and 74 7/8 wingspan.  He would project to OLB or FB.  He played basketball for two years at BSU but never played college football before.

 

 

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M

 

They worked out on March 25th on a FO2 surface.

 

One player is worth noting and that is QB Jerry Lovelocke who measured in at 6044, 247 pounds with a 4.81 and 4.88 40.  He had a 2.77 20-yard, 31 vertical, 9’5 broad jump, 4.62 short shuttle, 7.47 3-cone, and did 10 reps.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 34 ¾ arm, and 81 ½ wingspan.

 

Lovelocke attended the NFL Scouting Combine where he was a throwing quarterback.  His season was inconsistent but he has size and arm strength.  He will not get drafted though due to an issue I will release after the NFL Draft.

 

 

PRINCETON

 

This was held on March 10th on a FO1 surface.

 

QB Quinn Epperly measured in at 6016, 213 pounds and ran a 4.83 and 4.84 40.  His workout was not good which means he will likely have to be a quarterback but he lacks the arm strength.  He could be a very good CFL or AFL QB though.

 

Their best player may be OLB Mike Zeuli who ran a 4.79 and 4.81 40 at 6017, 234 pounds.  He ran a 1.71 10-yard, 2.79 20-yard, 33 vertical, 9’8 broad jump, 4.38 short shuttle, 7.03 3-cone, and did 18 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 29 ¾ arm, and 73 ¾ wingspan.

 

 

RENSSELAER POLYTECH

 

This was held on April 6th on a FO1 surface.  There was just one player at the workout.

 

K Andrew Franks measured 6004, 202 pounds with a 9 ½ hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 73 ¾ wingspan.  He declined all testing and did field drills only.

 

 

RHODE ISLAND

 

This was held on March 17th with the 40s done on a track and shuttles and 3-cone done on artificial surface in weight room.  Only one NFL team (Patriots) attending the workout.

 

ILB Andrew Bose measured 6011, 234 pounds and ran a 4.71 40 twice.  He had a 35 vertical, 10’2 broad, 4.37 short shuttle, 7.20 3-cone, and did 25 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 32 arm, and 75 ¾ wingspan.

 

Former Rutgers WR Jawaun Wynn, who was a backup for Rhode Island, measured in at 6027, 210 pounds and had an impressive 38 inch vertical and 10’7 broad jump.  He only retested jumps after working out at Rutgers claiming a hamstring issue.

 

 

RICE

 

One small school player worth mentioning worked out on March 25th on a FO1 surface.

 

Houston Baptist TE Kenneth Bibbins ran a 4.75 and 4.80 40 at 6022, 243 pounds.  He had a 1.63 10-yard, 2.75 20-yard, 29 ½ vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.44 short shuttle, 11.75 60 shuttle, 7.22 3-cone, and did 22 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 34 arm, and 81 wingspan.

 

 

RICHMOND

 

They worked out on March 17th on a FI1 surface.

 

WR Stephen Barnette did not test due to left ACL surgery on November 4th.  He measured in at 6021, 204 pounds and had a 9 hand, 32 ¾ arm, and 77 1/8 wingspan.

 

 

RUTGERS

 

They worked out on a FI1 surface on March 11th.  Two small schoolers worth mentioning were here.

 

Montclair State CB C.J. Conway ran a 4.71 40 twice at 6001, 205 pounds with a 1.59 10-yard, 2.73 20-yard, 38 inch vertical, 10’3 broad, 4.43 short shuttle, 7.05 3-cone, and did 20 reps.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 74 3/8 wingspan.

 

Rhode Island WR Jawaun Wynn ran a 4.56 and 4.65 40 at 6026, 211 pounds with a 35 ½ vertical, 10’6 broad, and did 18 reps.  He had a 1.50 10-yard, 4.12 short shuttle, and 7.43 3-cone.  Hand was 9 3/8, arm was 32 ¾, and had a 79 wingspan.

 

 

SACRAMENTO STATE

 

They worked out in AO1 conditions on March 6th and two players stood out.

 

WR DeAndre Carter measured 5084, 185 pounds, and ran a 4.40 and 4.48 in the 40.  He had a 1.45 10-yard, 2.53 20-yard, 38 ½ inch vertical, 10’6 broad jump, 3.80 short shuttle, 11.22 60 shuttle, 6.64 3-cone, and did 17 reps.  He had a 8 ¾ hand, 30 5/8 arm, and 71 ¼ wingspan.  The 2014 All-American receiver is a potential late round pick or priority free agent pickup following the draft.

 

QB Garrett Safron measured 6007, 200 pounds, and ran a 4.78 twice in the 40.  He had a 1.53 10-yard, 2.59 20-yard, 36 ½ inch vertical, 10’7 broad jump, 4.22 short shuttle, 6.85 3-cone, and did not bench.  He had a 9 hand, 32 arm, and 74 ½ wingspan.  Safron has a solid arm and is athletic.  While he is limited by his size and won’t get drafted he could be a solid free agent pickup.

 

One potential tryout player is DE Jaycee Totty who was 6017, 256 pounds, and ran a 4.80-4.85 in the 40.  He had a 1.62 10-yard, 30 vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.16 short shuttle, 6.72 3-cone, and did 29 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 75 wingspan.

 

 

SAGINAW VALLEY STATE

 

Players worked out on March 17th on a FI1 surface.

 

TE Andrew Dillon ran a 4.78 40 twice at 6022, 250 pounds with a 1.67 10-yard, 35 ½ vertical, 9’4 broad, 4.73 short shuttle, 12.40 60 shuttle, 7.59 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 31 ½ arm, and 77 ¾ wingspan.

 

DE Will Schwarz ran a 4.70 and 4.73 40 at 6040, 257 pounds with a 1.65 10-yard, 2.63 20-yard, 35 vertical, 10’0 broad, 4.35 short shuttle, 7.28 3-cone, and did 31 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 72 3/8 wingspan.

 

OG Jesse Somsel ran a 5.26 and 5.34 40 at 6040, 310 pounds.  He led all pro day workouts with 46 bench reps, had a 29 ½ vertical, 8’2 broad, 4.76 short shuttle, and 7.63 3-cone.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 33 3/8 arm, and 79 1/8 wingspan.  He is stiff but big and strong so he should get in a camp.

 

 

SAM HOUSTON STATE

 

Their seniors worked out on March 3rd on a FO1 surface.  Here are the results of one noteworthy workout.

 

The top prospect was RB Keshawn Hill who ran a 4.55 and 4.64 40 at 5096, 211 pounds.  He had a 1.62 10-yard, 2.64 20-yard, 35 ½ vertical, 9’7 broad, 4.41 short shuttle, 7.12 3-cone, and did 30 reps.  He had a 8 ¾ hand, 29 5/8 arm, and 72 5/8 wingspan.

 

 

SAMFORD

 

This was held on March 10th on a FO1 surface.

 

NT Jerry Mathis ran a 5.38 and 5.42 40 at 6022, 309 pounds with a 1.77 10-yard, 3.02 20-yard, 24 ½ vertical, 7’11 broad, 5.20 short shuttle, 8.41 3-cone, and did 24 reps.  He had 9 7/8 hand, 32 ¼ arm, and 75 3/8 wingspan.

 

P Greg Peranich measured 6035, 174 pounds with a 9 hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 76 ½ wingspan.  He did position drills.

 

FS Jaquiski Tartt measured in at 6013, 218 pounds and ran a 4.47 and 4.53 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 2.68 20-yard, 33 vertical, 10’3 broad, 4.30 short shuttle, 7.08 3-cone, and did 13 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 32 5/8 arm, and 78 5/8 wingspan.

 

Tartt is a potential 2nd or 3rd round pick who played well at the Senior Bowl and would have potentially been a top 40 pick if not for being injured some during this postseason.

 

 

SIMON FRASER

 

One player worked out on April 10th for a few NFL teams on a FO1 surface.

 

WR Lemar Durant ran a 4.61 and 4.70 40 at 6015, 227 pounds with a 1.56 10-yard, 2.51 20-yard, 37 vertical, 9’9 broad jump, 4.56 short shuttle, 7.18 3-cone, and did 27 reps. He had a 10 hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 76 wingspan.  Durant’s times really hurt his stock as he needed 4.5s to be a high priority free agent but is strong and has a good frame.

 

 

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

 

They worked out on March 25th on FI1 conditions with a few other area small school prospects.

 

RB Zach Zenner measured 5113, 222 pounds, and kept most of his numbers from the NFL Combine.  He had a 4.30 short shuttle and 6.88 3-cone.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 31 ½ arm, and 75 5/8 wingspan.

 

DE Jack Sherlock measured 6033, 243 pounds, and ran a 4.72 and 4.77 in the 40.  He had a 1.65 10-yard, 2.77 20-yard, and did not bench or do the vertical.  He had a 9’5 broad jump, 4.70 short shuttle, and 7.32 3-cone.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 31 5/8 arm, and 78 ½ wingspan.

 

South Dakota OT Matt Huffer measured in at 6064, 285 pounds, and ran a 5.36 and 5.51 in the 40.  He had a 1.93 10-yard, 3.08 20-yard, 27 inch vertical, 8’10 broad jump, 4.88 short shuttle, 7.91 3-cone, and did 14 bench reps.  He had a 10 ¼ hand, 32 5/8 arm, and 80 3/8 wingspan.

 

Black Hills State WR Anthony Aboreime measured in at 6023, 186 pounds, and ran a 4.70 and 4.72 in the 40.   He had a 1.65 10-yard, 2.77 20-yard, 32 ½ inch vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.58 short shuttle, 7.29 3-cone, and did 13 bench reps.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 32 7/8 arm, and 78 ½ wingspan.

 

SOUTH FLORIDA

 

This workout was on March 26th on a FO1 surface in 80 degree weather with 10 MPH wind.

 

One small schooler of note was Weber State CB Deon’tae Florence who ran a 4.67 and 4.68 40 at 5086, 173 pounds with a 1.60 10-yard, 2.68 20-yard, 37 vertical, 9’8 broad, 4.44 short shuttle, 7.55 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 30 1/8 arm, and 72 wingspan.

 

 

SOUTHERN

 

This workout was on March 27th on a FO1 surface.

 

DT Jaylen Jordan ran a 5.00 and 5.04 40 at 6034, 297 pounds with a 1.73 10-yard, 2.90 20-yard, 25 ½ vertical, 9’0 broad, 4.71 short shuttle, 7.59 3-cone, and did 14 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 30 7/8 arm, and 76 ¾ wingspan.

 

DE Arthur Miley ran a 4.75 and 4.84 40 at 6055, 263 pounds with a 1.75 10-yard, 2.77 20-yard, 34 vertical, 9’6 broad, 4.75 short shuttle, 7.56 3-cone, and did 17 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 33 7/8 arm, and 80 7/8 wingspan.

 

 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

 

This was held on March 17th on a FO1 surface with 10-15 MPH winds.

 

RB Malcolm Agnew measured in at 5091, 202 pounds, and ran a 4.57 with the wind, and 4.60 against the wind.  He had a 1.57 10-yard, 2.62 20-yard, 3.90 short shuttle, 6.75 3-cone, and kept his 19 reps from the Northwestern pro day. He had a 8 ¾ hand, 31 arm, and 73 ½ wingspan.  His father played in the NFL and his brother currently plays for the Cowboys.  There is a chance he is taken in the late round because of his great explosion and shuttle times.  This kid can change direction well and has very good feet.

 

TE MyCole Pruitt measured in at 6024, 255 pounds and did position drills only.  He kept his other numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine.

 

 

SOUTHERN OREGON

 

Two players worked out on April 1st on a FO2 surface.  This was held at the Portland State pro day with 10-15 MPH winds in light rain.

 

QB Austin Dodge measured 6013, 208 pounds with a 9 ½ hand, 31 arm, and 74 wingspan.  He did position drills only.

 

 

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

 

This was held on March 31st on a FO1 surface.  Two workouts are noteworthy.

 

OLB Collin Garrett measured 5115, 235 pounds with a 4.74 and 4.77 40.  He had a 1.68 10-yard, 38 vertical, 9’6 broad, 4.26 short shuttle, 7.26 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 31 ¾ arm, and 75 5/8 wingspan.

 

RB Gus Johnson ran a 4.62 and 4.67 40 at 5096, 216 pounds with a 1.60 10-yard, and 2.68 20-yard.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 30 3/8 arm, and 73 wingspan.  He stood on his other numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine.

 

Johnson is a strong runner with good vision who lacks long speed.  He should be a 7th round pick or priority free agent.

 

 

STONY BROOK

 

This was on April 1st on FI1 conditions.

 

WR Adrian Coxson measured 6005, 209 pounds, and ran a 4.45 and 4.48 in the 40.  He had a 1.57 10-yard, 2.56 20-yard, 32 inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.40 short shuttle, 7.03 3-cone, and did 15 bench reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 ¾ arm, and 76 wingspan.  Coxson is a former 4-star recruit who was recruited by Urban Meyer and was a 3rd-team All-CAA pick at Stony Brook in 2014.

 

TE Will Tye measured in at 6021, 257 pounds, and ran a 4.55 and 4.59 in the 40.  He had a 1.60 10-yard, 2.65 20-yard, 31 ½ inch vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.65 short shuttle, and 7.21 3-cone.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 33 arm, and 77 7/8 wingspan.  He had shoulder surgery on December 8th, 2014 so he did not bench.  Tye is a former Florida State recruit who should be a priority free agent signing.  Because of his size he may be an h-back or fullback.

 

RB Marcus Coker, a former All-Big Ten RB at Iowa, measured 5117, 221 pounds, and ran a 4.75 and 4.76 in the 40.  He had a 1.69 10-yard, 2.75 20-yard, 29 ½ inch vertical, 8’11 broad jump, 4.34 short shuttle, 6.91 3-cone, and did 20 bench reps.  He had a 10 hand, 30 5/8 arm, and 75 7/8 wingspan.  Coker is a likely camp body or tryout.

 

 

TARLETON STATE

 

This was held at Aledo High School in Aledo, Texas on April 1st on a FI1 surface.

 

OG Xavier Ruben ran a 5.37 and 5.39 40 at 6020, 310 pounds with a 1.96 10-yard, 23 ½ vertical, 8’2 broad, 5.03 short shuttle, 8.32 3-cone, and did 23 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 33 ¼ arm, and 80 wingspan.

 

Midwestern State C Shadow Stokes ran a 5.05 and 5.13 40 at 6017, 296 pounds with a 1.87 10-yard, 31 vertical, 8’11 broad, 4.65 short shuttle, 7.83 3-cone, and did 29 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 30 arm, and 75 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

TEMPLE

 

Two players from Penn stood out on this March 18th workout on a FI1 surface.

 

Penn TE Mitch King ran a 4.70 and 4.72 40 at 6053, 253 pounds with a 1.59 10-yard, 32 vertical, 9’11 broad, 4.52 short shuttle, 7.37 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 33 arm, and 79 ½ wingspan.

 

Penn RB Spencer Kulcsar ran a 4.66 40 twice at 5090, 197 pounds with a 1.58 10-yard, 39 vertical, 4.10 short shuttle, 7.06 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 8 ½ hand, 28 ¾ arm, and 70 3/8 wingspan.

 

One other potential free agent, the nephew of Arizona Cardinals head coach, Shippensburg WR Trevor Harman ran a 4.61 and 4.63 40 at 6012, 199 pounds and a 1.55 10-yard, 2.63 20-yard, 31 vertical, 9’9 broad, 4.21 short shuttle, 6.77 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 31 3/8 arm, and 74 3/8 wingspan.

 

 

TENNESSEE STATE

 

This workout was held on a March 10th on a FI1 surface.

 

CB De’Ante Saunders was not allowed to workout at his school by his coaches.  Was suppose to workout at Florida but was not listed on theirs.

 

FS Daniel Fitzpatrick ran a 4.72 and 4.74 40 at 6007, 207 pounds with a 1.63 10-yard, 32 vertical, 10’1 broad, 4.40 short shuttle, 7.01 3-cone, and did 15 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 33 ¾ arm, and 79 7/8 wingspan.

 

OT Anthony Morris is an interesting player who didn’t get much attention but has good length with a 82 1/8 wingspan and 32 ¾ arm length.  He did 25 reps, ran a 5.27 40, and had a 1.80 10-yrad at 6073, 303 pounds.

 

OG Robert Myers measured 6050, 324 pounds with a 26 ½ inch vertical and 7’8 broad jump.  He did not run by choice and did not bench because of a right pec.  Myers attended the NFL Scouting Combine.

 

Austin Peay State CB Johnathan Shuler measured 6010, 195 pounds with a 4.70 and 4.78 40.  He had a 33 inch vertical and 10’4 broad jump but the rest of his numbers were not good.  He did not bench because of right shoulder surgery.

 

 

TENN-CHATTANOOGA

 

This was held on March 3rd indoors at Tennessee Tech D1 Athletic Complex on a FI1 surface.

 

TE Faysal Shafaat ran a 4.90 and 4.93 40 at 6035, 242 pounds.  His other results were not very good except for 22 bench reps.  He would be a tryout.

 

DE Davis Tull, who impressed at the NFL Combine, ran a 4.57 40 and 1.52 10-yard at 6025, 244 pounds.  He had a 9 5/8 hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 76 ½ wingspan.  He did not bench due to labrum surgery on March 5th.  He ran just once due to left hamstring tightness.  Some are saying he is a potential 3rd round pick but I believe he will end up in the mid 4th to mid 5th round range because of his medical.

 

RB Keon Williams did 23 reps and ran a 4.80 40 twice at 6000, 238 pounds.

 

 

TENNESSEE-MARTIN

 

They worked out on March 16th on a FO1 surface.

 

One potential free agent pickup who worked out is OLB Tony Bell who ran a 4.75 and 4.76 40 at 5114, 226 pounds with a 1.62 10-yard, 35 vertical, 9’11 broad, 4.39 short shuttle, 7.14 3-cone, and did 20 reps.  He had a 8 ¾ hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 73 5/8 wingspan.

 

Another is OT Charles Sweeton who measured 6051, 303 pounds with a 26 ½ vertical, 8’5 broad, and did 24 reps.  He had a 8 3/8 hand, 32 arm, and 79 wingspan.

 

A third potential free agent is RB Abou Toure who ran a 4.69 and 4.70 40 at 6016, 231 pounds.  He had a 39 inch vertical, 10’9 broad jump, 4.60 short shuttle, 7.18 3-cone, and did 22 reps.  He had a 1.70 10-yard and 2.68 20-yard.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 32 arm, and 78 wingspan.

 

Lane College OT Damein Willis is a big body at 6036, 332 pounds with a 82 ¾ wingspan and 34 3/8 arm.  He improved his 40 from an earlier pro day with a 5.27 and 5.31.  He had a 9’10 broad jump, 4.91 short shuttle, 8.10 3-cone, and 24 inch vertical.

 

 

TEXAS A&M COMMERCE

 

They worked out on March 17th on a FO1 surface.  There was an 8 MPH crosswind and 79 degrees.

 

WR Vernon Johnson measured at 6000, 196 pounds, and ran a 4.53, 4.60, and 4.56 in the 40.  He had a 1.57 10-yard, 2.64 20-yard, 37 inch vertical, 10’7 broad jump, 4.47 short shuttle, 7.37 3-cone, and did 18 bench reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 3/8 arm, and 75 wingspan.

 

Scouts believe he plays faster on tape than his 40-yard dash time.  Johnson is a two-time Lonestar Wide Receiver of the Year who will likely be a priority free agent.

 

WR Ricky Collins measured 6000, 198 pounds, and ran a 4.51 and 4.55 in the 40.  He had a 1.55 10-yard, 2.55 20-yard, 36 inch vertical, 9’11 broad jump, 4.39 short shuttle, 7.43 3-cone, and did not bench due to choice.  He had a 9 hand, 32 ¾ arm, and 77 ½ wingspan.

 

RB Joe Bergeron measured in 6001, 224 pounds, and ran a 4.71 and 4.74 in the 40.  He had a 1.64 10-yard, 2.79 20-yard, 31 inch vertical, 9’2 broad jump, 4.34 short shuttle, 7.25 3-cone, and did 17 bench reps.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 32 1/8 arm, and 77 ¾ wingspan.

 

Bergeron was dismissed from Texas but had a solid season in 2014.  The highly touted high school product did well at the NFLPA Bowl and should be a free agent despite the bad 40.

 

DT Charlie Tuaau measured in at 6035, 328 pounds, and ran a 5.43 and 5.48 in the 40.  He had a 1.83 10-yard, 307 20-yard, 24 ½ inch vertical, 7’11 broad jump, 4.94 short shuttle, 7.90 3-cone, and did 24 reps.  He had a He had a 10 5/8 hand, 35 ¼ arm, and 82 ½ wingspan.

 

Tuaau was an underachiever but has length, size, and strength.  He should be a free agent.

 

DT Ashton Dorsey pulled his hamstring on his first 40 but ran through it.  He measured at 6015, 302 pounds, and 5.41 40.  He had a 1.95 10-yard, 3.19 20-yard, 27 inch vertical, 8’5 broad jump, and did not do shuttle or 3-cone.  Dorsey had 27 bench reps.  He had a 9 hand, 31 ¼ arm, and 75 ½ wingspan.  Dorsey is a former Texas player as well and possible camp body.

 

SS Ronald Fields ran a 4.69 and 4.70 40 at 6015, 184 pounds with good length (78 wing, 32 ¼ arm).

 

WR Seth Smith ran a 4.55 and 4.58 40 at 5091, 173 pounds with an impressive 38 inch vertical.

 

 

TEXAS STATE

 

Two small schoolers worked out but one had a workout to note.  This was on March 23rd on a AO1 surface.

 

West Texas A&M WR Anthony Johnson ran a 4.60 and 4.64 40 at 6013, 195 pounds.  He had a 35 ½ inch vertical, 4.19 short shuttle, 7.06 3-cone, and 1.60 10-yard.  He had a 8 5/8 hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 76 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

TOLEDO

 

Toledo players worked out on March 16th on a FI1 surface and there are a couple of small schoolers worth mentioning.

 

Findlay S Harold Jones-Quartey measured in 5106, 215 pounds, and ran a 4.68 and 4.72 in the 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard kept his other numbers.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 31 ½ arm, and 75 wingspan.

 

Notre Dame College OT Doniel Gambrell Jr. measured in at 6052, 305 pounds, and ran a 5.69 and 5.70 in the 40.  He had a 1.88 10-yard, 3.25 20-yard, 24 inch vertical, 8’9 broad jump, 5.06 short shuttle, 8.35 3-cone, and did 23 reps.  He had a 10 ¼ hand, 33 1/8 arm, and 81 ¾ wingspan.  This was a bad workout and he will project to guard because of it.  Expect him to be a free agent.

 

 

TOWSON

 

This was held on April 1st on a FO1 surface.  It was sunny, 50 degrees, and a light breeze.

 

DE Ryan Delaire stood on his bench press from the NFL Combine but did everything else again.  He had a 4.84 and 4.93 40 at 6040, 257 pounds with a 1.65 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard, 33 ½ vertical, 9’7 broad, 4.51 short shuttle, 12.15 60 shuttle, and 7.00 3-cone.  He had a 10 3/8 hand, 32 ½ arm, and 79 ¾ wingspan.

 

WR Derrick Joseph measured 5082, 154 pounds and ran a 4.47 and 4.59 40.

 

CB Tye Smith, who also attended the NFL Combine, stood on his bench and shuttles.  He measured 6000, 184 pounds and ran a 4.51 and 4.61 40.  He had a 1.60 10-yard, 34 inch vertical, 10’4 broad, and 11.39 60 shuttle.  He had a 8 5/8 hand, 31 5/8 arm, and 78 wingspan.

 

 

TROY

 

Several small schoolers worked out here as well on March 2nd on a FO1 surface with 60 degrees and drizzling.

 

Huntingdon College WR Taylor Belsterling measured in at 6043, 204 pounds, and ran a 4.54 and 4.64 in the 40.  He had a 1.66 10-yard, 2.68 20-yard, 36 inch vertical, 10’3 broad jump, 4.15 short shuttle, 7.12 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 31 3/8 arm, and 78 ¾ wingspan.

 

 

TULANE

 

The highlight was that Southeastern Louisiana players worked out due to rain here on March 26th on a FI1 surface.

 

Southeastern Louisiana QB Bryan Bennett measured 6026, 218 pounds.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 31 ½ arm, and 76 ¼ wingspan.

 

Southeastern Louisiana OLB Isiah Corbett ran a 4.79 and 4.82 40 at 6002, 245 pounds with a 1.65 10-yard, 32 vertical, 9’2 broad, 4.65 short shuttle, 12.00 60 shuttle, 7.06 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 33 1/8 arm, and 79 wingspan.

 

Southeastern Louisiana ILB Drew Misita ran a 4.58 and 4.62 40 at 6004, 247 pounds.  He had a 33 inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.45 short shuttle, and did 25 reps.  He had a 8 7/8 hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 73 7/8 wingspan.

 

 

TULSA

 

This was on March 9th on a FO1 surface.  It was windy and 48 degrees.  A few small schoolers worked out but one was noteworthy.

 

East Central CB Qumain Black ran 4.53 and 4.61 in the 40 at 5105, 190 pounds.  He had a 1.56 10-yard, 35 ½ vertical, 10’10 broad, 4.34 short shuttle, 7.02 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 72 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

TUSCULUM

 

They worked out on March 25th on a FI1 surface.

 

There was one player who stole the show and confirmed he will get drafted.

 

DE/DT Caushaud Lyons measured in at 6044, 284 pounds and ran a 4.86 and 4.87 in the 40.  He had a 1.71 10-yard, 2.75 20-yard, 30 ½ inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.55 short shuttle, 7.51 3-cone, and did 24 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 34 1/8 arm, and 83 7/8 wingspan.

 

Lyons went from an unknown to getting a huge buzz during the fall.  He has several visits lined up and will get drafted in the 5th-6th round range.

 

Another player getting looks was TE Wesley Powell who measured in 6091, 260 pounds, and ran a 4.98 and 5.10 in the 40.  He had a 1.78 10-yard, 2.83 20-yard, 27 inch vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.99 short shuttle, 7.68 3-cone, and did 12 reps. He had a 9 5/8 hand, 34 5/8 arm, and 82 ½ wingspan.  He may be converted to tackle.

 

 

UTAH STATE

 

This was held on March 5th on a FI1 surface. One small schooler worth mentioning worked out.

 

Weber State WR Shaydon Kehano ran a 4.53 and 4.56 40 at 5103, 182 pounds with a 1.54 10-yard, 2.58 20-yard, 37 ½ vertical, 10’2 broad, 4.13 short shuttle, 6.87 3-cone, and did 21 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 30 3/8 arm, and 70 ¼ wingspan.

 

 

VILLANOVA

 

This was held on March 30th on FI1 conditions.  Several area small schoolers worked out here as well.

 

Villanova had a couple players worth mentioning.

 

OT Vince Kowalski ran a 5.25 and 5.30 40 at 6040, 295 pounds with a 1.88 10-yard, 29 vertical, 8’11 broad, 4.94 short shuttle, 7.97 3-cone, and did 28 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 33 5/8 arm, and 79 wingspan.

 

TE Earnest Pettway, was invited to the Super Regional Combine, and he had a 4.89 and 4.90 40 at 6035, 245 pounds.

 

All-CAA FS Joe Sarnese is a try hard player who lacks length or speed and it showed at the pro day.  He had a 4.87 and 4.96 40 with a 31 ¾ arm, and 75 ¾ wingspan.

 

West Chester CB Al-Hajj Shabazz measured in at 6007, 200 pounds, and ran a 4.65 and 4.69 in the 40.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 35 inch vertical, 10’5 broad jump, 4.59 short shuttle, 7.16 3-cone, and did 12 bench reps.  He had a 9 3/8 hand, 32 7/8 arm, and 78 ¼ wingspan.

 

Clarion LB Julian Howsare measured in at 6022, 254 pounds, and ran a 4.75 and 4.78 in the 40.  He had a 1.69 10-yard, 2.73 20-yard, 32 inch vertical, 9’5 broad jump, 4.77 short shuttle, 7.50 3-cone, and did 19 bench reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 31 ½ arm, and 78 3/8 wingspan.  Howsare played end and linebacker in college and was a highly productive player.  He should be a priority free agent.

 

Bloomsburg LB Justin Shirk measured 6001, 242 pounds, and ran a 4.70 and 4.78 in the 40.  He had a 1.69 10-yard, 2.82 20-yard, 33 ½ inch vertical, 9’6 broad jump, 4.54 short shuttle, 7.38 3-cone, and did 30 bench reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 30 arm, and 73 1/8 wingspan.  This was a great workout for him and should make him a priority free agent.

 

Central Connecticut State RB Rob Hollomon measured in at 5074, 165 pounds, and ran a 4.39 and 4.43 in the 40.  He had a 1.55 10-yard, 2.53 20-yard, 38 ½ inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, 4.59 short shuttle, 7.25 3-cone, and did 13 bench reps.  He had a 7 5/8 hand, 29 3/8 arm, and 69 ½ wingspan.

 

Delaware Valley College WR Rasheed Bailey measured in at 6012, 205 pounds, and ran a 4.60 and 4.60 in the 40.  He had a 1.62 10-yard, 2.66 20-yard, 32 inch vertical, 9’10 broad jump, 4.40 short shuttle, 7.15 3-cone, and did 14 bench reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 31 arm, and 73 ¾ wingspan.

 

IUP WR Drew Carswell ran a 4.79 and 4.82 40 at 6036, 218 pounds with a 1.72 10-yard, 4.79 short shuttle, and 7.58 3-cone.  He had a 8 ¾ hand, 33 5/8 arm, and 80 wingspan.

 

Mercyhurst CB Colin Kimball ran 4.56 and 4.57 in the 40 at 5105, 181 pounds with a 1.56 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard, 35 vertical, 10’3 broad, 4.74 short shuttle, 6.95 3-cone, and did 11 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 30 3/8 arm, and 72 5/8 wingspan.

 

Penn TE Mitch King ran a 4.87 and 4.94 40 at 6052, 258 pounds along with a 31 ½ vertical, 9’11 broad, 4.64 short shuttle, 7.33 3-cone, and did 19 reps.  He had a 10 ¼ hand, 32 ½ arm, and 79 5/8 wingspan.

 

Bloomsburg RB Franklyn Quiteh is healthy now and ran a 4.78 at 5’9, 212 pounds.  He was in the 2014 NFL Draft and was a Harlon Hill Winner.

 

 

WAGNER

 

This was March 19th on a FO1 surface.

 

CB Jarrett Dieudonne ran a 4.61 and 4.72 40 at 6001, 199 pounds.  He had a 1.57 10-yard, 2.47 20-yard, 32.5 vertical, 9’11 broad, 4.25 short shuttle, 7.26 3-cone, and did 15 reps.  He had a 9 ¼ hand, 31 1/8 arm, and 75 ½ wingspan.  He projects as a safety and should be a free agent pickup.

 

TE Bryant Watts got some buzz in the fall but he killed that with a 5.14 and 5.21 40 at 6047, 254 pounds with a 1.72 10-yard, 33 inch vertical, 4.57 short shuttle, 9’9 broad jump, 7.97 3-cone, and just 12 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 34 ½ arm, and 82 ½ wingspan.  He should be a tryout or free agent pickup following the draft due to his size and length.

 

 

WAKE FOREST

 

On March 3rd on FO1 conditions.  There were several small schoolers worth noting.

 

Western Carolina SS Ace Clark measured in at 6020, 216 pounds, and ran a 4.69 and 4.77 in the 40.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 2.69 20-yard, 31 ½ inch vertical, 9’3 broad jump, 4.43 short shuttle, 7.21 3-cone, and did 11 bench reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 32 arm, and 76 7/8 wingspan.

 

Winston-Salem State DE Alfy Hill measured in at 6035, 283 pounds, and ran a 4.89 and 4.90 in the 40.  He had a 1.60 10-yard, 2.78 20-yard, 31 ½ inch vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.83 short shuttle, 7.54 3-cone, and did 22 bench reps.  He had a 10 hand, 34 ½ arm, and 82 ¼ wingspan.  Hill was a 4-star recruit who transferred from Alabama.

 

Catawba ILB Jason Taylor measured 6016, 230 pounds with a 4.72 and 4.73 40.  He had a 1.63 10-yard, 32 vertical, 9’3 broad, 4.33 short shuttle, and did 25 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 31 ½ arm, and 76 ½ wingspan.

 

Winston-Salem State CB Brendon Felder ran a 4.47 and 4.49 40 at 5103, 181 pounds with a 1.55 10-yard, 31 inch vertical, and did just 9 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 30 ½ arm, and, 72 ¾ wingspan.

 

Winston-Salem State QB Rudy Johnson ran a 4.55 and 4.59 40 at 6002, 185 pounds with a 33 inch vertical, 10’1 broad jump, 4.29 short shuttle, 6.90 3-cone, and did 12 reps.

 

Winston-Salem State QB Phillip Sims ran a 4.91 and 4.99 40 at 6006, 227 pounds.  His workout was just average but he should get in a camp.

 

 

WEST TEXAS A&M

 

They worked out on March 13th on a FI1 surface.

 

Former Northwestern All-American RB Venric Mark transferred prior to this past season and did not play much due to injury.  There were concerns over his size (5066, 172) but he now killed his draft day chances with a 4.67 and 4.71 40 and a 32 inch vertical at just 172 pounds.  He will likely be a free agent but will definitely not get drafted.

 

Another player who should get a look is OLB Markus Pierce-Brewster who ran a 4.68 and 4.78 at 6041, 238 pounds with a 1.54 10-yard, 29 ½ vertical, 10’0 broad, 4.52 short shuttle, 7.67 3-cone, and did 16 reps.  He had a 9 hand, 31 7/8 arm, and 78 5/8 wingspan.  He transferred from Syracuse after being kicked off the team but has some ability and warrants a look.

 

 

WEST VIRGINIA

 

On March 13th a few small schoolers worked out here on field turf indoors.  There was one prospect to mention.

 

Shepherd OC Isaiah Shelton measured in at 6010, 294 pounds, and ran a 5.26 and 5.27 in the 40.  He had a 1.80 10-yard, 3.02 20-yard, 26 ½ inch vertical, 8’1 broad jump, 4.62 short shuttle, 7.89 3-cone, and did 20 reps.  He had a 9 7/8 hand, 32 5/8 arm, and 77 3/8 wingspan.  Shelton is a possible free agent or tryout after the draft.

 

 

WESTERN OREGON

 

Workout took place at Oregon State pro day above.

 

 

WILLIAM & MARY

 

This was held on March 19th on a FO1 surface.

 

The headliner who attracted most of the teams was WR Tre McBride measured in at 6003, 206 pounds.  He had a 9 hand, 32 arm, and 76 7/8 wingspan.  He did position drills only, keeping his times from the NFL Scouting Combine.

 

DT Jasper Coleman measured at 6033, 294 pounds, and ran a 5.10 and 5.14 in the 40.  He had a 1.71 10-yard, 2.87 20-yard, 29 ½ inch vertical, 8’9 broad jump, 4.76 short shuttle, 8.01 3-cone, and did 30 reps.  He had a 10 hand, 32 7/8 arm, and 80 3/8 wingspan.

 

DE Mike Reilly measured in at 6030, 261 pounds, and ran a 4.97 and 5.03 40.  He had a 1.68 10-yard, 2.81 20-yard, 30 ½ inch vertical, 9’2 broad jump, 4.37 short shuttle, 7.27 3-cone, and did 26 reps.  He had a 9 ¾ hand, 30 ¼ arm, and 78 3/8 wingspan.

 

 

WISCONSIN

 

Several small schoolers worked out here as well on March 11th on a FI1 surface.

 

Illinois State WR Lechein Neblett measured at 5113, 190 pounds, and ran a 4.57 and 4.58 in the 40.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 2.60 20-yard, 32 ½ inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, 4.17 short shuttle, 7.10 3-cone, and did 15 reps.  He had a 8 ¾ hand, 29 1/8 arm, and 71 1/8 wingspan.

 

Wisconsin-Whitewater WR Jake Kumerow measured in at 6044, 209 pounds, and ran a 4.52 and 4.56 in the 40.  He ran a 1.62 10-yard, 2.60 20-yard, 31 inch vertical, 9’5 broad jump, 4.26 short shuttle, 6.90 3-cone, and did 15 bench reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 31 7/8 arm, and 74 1/8 wingspan.

 

His dad played in the NFL and he had a good showing in the NFLPA Bowl in January.  He should be a priority free agent who makes a practice squad or 53 man roster.

 

 

YALE

 

This was held on March 26th on a FI2 surface.

 

FS Charles Cook had the best workout with a 4.58 and 4.59 40 at 6027, 216 pounds.  He had a 1.58 10-yard, 38 ½ vertical, 10’9 broad, 4.31 short shuttle, 11.70 60 shuttle, 7.32 3-cone, and did 18 reps.  He had a 9 1/8 hand, 30 7/8 arm, and 75 ½ wingspan.  Cook was an All-Ivy League safety who really opened eyes with this workout.

 

RB Tyler Varga did not test because he was having a workout on March 31st.

 

Central Connecticut State SS Chris Abner had a good workout with a 4.54 and 4.55 40 at 6000, 206 pounds.  He had a 1.53 10-yard, 35 inch vertical, 9’9 broad jump, 4.51 short shuttle, 11.48 60 shuttle, 7.10 3-cone, and did 15 reps.  He had a 9 ½ hand, 31 7/8 arm, and 79 wingspan.

 

 

TYLER VARGA WORKOUT

 

This was on March 31st at the Starhill Athletic Center on FI1 conditions.  It was ran by the Patriots and all 5 players who worked out are represented by Joe Linta.

 

Yale RB Tyler Varga did not workout at his school pro day so he held a personal workout. He measured in at 5102, 222 pounds, and ran a 4.65 and 4.72 in the 40.  Some clocks had him at 4.69 and 4.70.  He had a 1.59 10-yard, 2.75 20-yard, 38 ½ inch vertical, 9’9 broad jump, 4.37 short shuttle, and 7.21 3-cone.  He had a 10 1/8 hand, 30 ¾ arm, and 72 5/8 wingspan.  He stood on his bench from the NFL Combine.

 

Another quality small schooler worked out here in Sacred Heart SS Gordon Hill measured in at 5106, 212 pounds, and ran a 4.62 and 4.65 in the 40.  He had a 1.65 10-yard, 2.72 20-yard, 37 inch vertical, 9’10 broad jump, 4.50 short shuttle, 7.34 3-cone, and did 17 bench reps.  He had a 8 ½ hand, 30 7/8 arm, and 74 5/8 wingspan.  Hill has several visits and is a sleeper to go in the late 7th round.

 

 

YOUNGSTOWN STATE

 

This was done on March 16th on a FI1 surface.  Kicker and long snapper workout was outdoors on field turf.

 

One potential free agent pickup following the draft worked out in K Joseph Cejudo.  He measured 6037, 198 pounds with a 7 7/8 hand, 29 ½ arm, and 71 5/8 wingspan.

 

Others worked out but nobody had a workout that is noteworthy.

 

 

 

PRO DAY STOCK REPORT

 

Below is a look at those who put up both impressive and poor workouts at their pro days.  They are listed as risers and fallers but truthfully players simply separate themselves from a borderline or high priority free agent to a 6th-7th rounder or maybe slide down a few spots because of a poor performance.  None of these players were top 10 and dropped to 30-40 range or moved from the 60s to the top 20.  Most movement is simply a 5-15 spot change.

 

RISERS

 

TE BRIAN PARKER, ALBANY (NY)

There are a lot of quality small school tight ends this year and thus Parker needed to show well to put himself as a high priority free agent, which he may have done.  Most people had him as a mid level free agent but may have passed a couple small school tight ends on the board after putting up 25 reps, running a 1.58 10-yard, 4.70 and 4.73 40, and 38 ½ inch vertical at 6’4 ½, 265 pounds at the Buffalo pro day on March 12th.  This was a good workout could possibly sneak him into the late 7th round but certainly makes him a high priority free agent, worst case.
RB TERRELL WATSON-MARTIN, AZUSA PACIFIC

On March 9th the DII All-American running back finally got a chance to show how fast he truly is.  Many scouts believed he was a 4.6 guy but he proved to have 4.5 speed running in the 4.51-4.58 range at the workout.  His 35 ½ inch vertical, 10’3 broad jump, and 22 reps were very solid at 6’1, 236 pounds. It seemed he was a consensus priority free agent but should garner some debate in the 6th and 7th round due to this workout.

 

OLB CAMERON ONTKO, CAL POLY

His workout at their pro day was very good.  Ontko ran a 4.48 40 twice at 5’11, 222 pounds and looked good in position drills.  Some teams may have him as a safety while others have him at linebacker.  He was explosive in his jumps with a 40 inch vertical, 4.16 short shuttle, 6.73 3-cone, and 10’1 broad jump.  He needs to get stronger (9 reps) but is a player worth watching as a potential priority free agent.

 

DE/DT RODNEY GUNTER, DELAWARE STATE

Gunter is a prospect who many had as a priority free agent heading into his pro day but after his workout on March 12th there is a chance that those who really want him must take him in the 6th or 7th round.  In the late rounds NFL teams are looking for athletic linemen who can be versatile in their scheme.  That is what Gunter provides.  He has some first step explosion and is a big body at 6’4 3/8, 298 pounds.  The three-time All-MEAC pick ran a 5.00 40 twice, put up a 9’7 broad jump, 4.75 short shuttle, 27 inch vertical, and did 20 reps on a FO2 surface, which is not the best of conditions.  Under FO1 conditions he may have run a sub 4.9.  Keep an eye on him in the late rounds.

 

WR AUSTIN WILLIS, EMPORIA STATE

NFL teams are going to label Willis as a smaller receiver but after seeing what Cole Beasley did for the Cowboys they will certainly take a harder look, considering Willis is not only a similar player but more explosive.  Eyes were opened on March 11th as he ran a 4.37 and 4.38 40, had a 39 ½ inch vertical, 10’5 broad jump, 4.31 short shuttle, and did 21 reps at 5’9, 175 pounds.  Willis was not even ranked in the small school top 100 before his workout but put himself as a solid top 100 player, with a shot to make a roster if he can just bulk up a little.

 

C NICK EASTON, HARVARD

Even Easton himself thought he would run in the 5.3-5.4 range based on school training but he apparently improved that during his pre-draft training with a 5.10-5.18 in the 40 at his March 10th pro day.  After a very good senior year where he somehow went under the radar, he then followed it up with opening eyes at the NFLPA Bowl and capped his terrific postseason with a great workout.  Easton measured at 6’2 ¾, 303 pounds and had a 30 ½ inch vertical, 9’4 broad jump, 4.60 short shuttle, and did 29 reps.  His ability to play anywhere on the interior makes him as prospect worth watching.  He has value in the 5th-6th round but many league insiders think he is a 7th rounder or priority free agent.  It doesn’t matter where he lands because his kid is smart, can play all over the line, moves well, and is more athletic than he looks.  He should play for a while in the NFL.

 

DE JOE OKAFOR, LAMAR

Their March 12th workout on a FO2 surface opened eyes when he measured in at 6’6 ½, 305 pounds and ran a 5.11 and 5.19 in the 40.  Okafor has a good first step showing a 1.65 10-yard and strength with 26 reps.  His workout was huge as he went from under the radar to a guy who may be a priority free agent.

 

FS JACOB HAGEN, LIBERTY

There always seems to be a combine snub at Liberty worth taking a peak at and this year is no different.  Hagen was a ball hawk with 8 picks as a senior and showed well in his pro day workout on March 18th.  He ran a 4.6 40 at 6’2 ½, 205 pounds with a 10’4 broad jump, 36 ½ inch vertical, and did 22 reps.  His ball skills and length make him a player worth a late round look despite no invite to the Combine or a top 3 all-star game.

 

WR RJ HARRIS, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Most scouts questioned his speed after he ran a 4.7 40 in the spring last year but he quieted those concerns with a 4.51 and 4.53 40 at 6’0, 200 pounds.  After running a 4.5 40 and putting up a 37 ½ inch vertical, 10’7 broad jump, and 18 reps there is a chance he is taken in the late rounds.  If not for his high volume of drops in the FCS playoffs he would be a 5th-6th round grade after this workout but is a borderline draft grade instead of a pure priority free agent instead.

 

TE HAROLD SPEARS, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Harris wasn’t the only player who helped himself at the pro day on March 19th with scouts buzzing on Spears as well.  Measuring in at 6’3 ¾, 251 pounds, Spears ran a 4.73 and 4.76 in the 40, 1.75-10 yard, 36 ½ inch vertical, 4.53 short shuttle, and did 20 reps.  His speed, pass catching ability, and strength make him a solid option in the late rounds or as a priority free agent.  This workout took him from a player who I only expected to be a priority free agent to a player who could potentially get drafted late.

 

LB CARLTON LITTLEJOHN, NORTH DAKOTA STATE

Entering the 2014 season I had a mid level free agent grade on Littlejohn and then upgraded him to a low priority free agent grade, mainly keeping him from the top 100 on the small school board because of his size.  While his size is still not ideal the pro day was good for him because of his testing and the fact he is a little bigger than expected.  Littlejohn ran a 4.67 and 4.69 in the 40 at 6’1, 219 pounds.  He also had a 4.43 short shuttle, 36 inch vertical, 10’2 broad jump, and did 21 reps.  While he lacks great length and size he is an athletic player who could contribute on special teams and as a backup.

 

DE MATT LONGACRE, NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE

After two productive years he needed a strong workout due to his slower 40 time last spring.  He ran a 4.75 40 twice at 6’3 ¼, 260 pounds with a 33 inch vertical, 22 bench reps, and 9’9 broad jump.  This moved him up from a free agent to a priority free agent projection.

 

WR DEANDRE CARTER, SACRAMENTO STATE

After getting hurt in the NFLPA Bowl game Carter needed a strong pro day to put himself in position to get drafted and he did that during the on campus pro day.  He ran a 4.4 40 at 5’8 ½, 185 pounds and had an impressive 3.80 short shuttle, 6.64 3-cone, 38 ½ inch vertical, 10’6 broad jump and did 17 bench reps.  He is smooth, quick, explosive, and versatile so there is a chance he is taken in the late rounds.

 

DE WILL SCHWARZ, SAGINAW VALLEY STATE

When you look at his results he was an underachiever but at 6’4, 257 pounds Schwarz is athletic with a 4.7 40, 35 inch vertical, 10’0 broad jump, and he did 31 reps.  Heading into pro days he was not in my top 250 but vaulted into the top 200 due to his workout.

 

RB MALCOLM AGNEW, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

The 2nd generation NFL Agnew has attended both the Southern Illinois and Northwestern pro days.  Agnew ran a 4.5 40 at the SIU workout and weighed 202 pounds at 5’9 1/8.  His shuttles and bench were highly impressive with a 3.90 short shuttle, 6.75 3-cone at SIU and 19 reps, a 37 inch vertical, and 10’9 broad jump at Northwestern.  While many felt he was a priority free agent only there is now buzz he could be a 6th or 7th round pick with this workout.  This kid has a great first step and can make people miss and change direction very well.

 

DE/DT CAUSHAUD LYONS, TUSCULUM

This was perhaps the biggest workout of March as Lyons probably took himself from a 7th round pick to a potential 5th-6th rounder.  Lyons measured in at 6’4 ½, 284 pounds with a 4.86 and 4.87 40, 24 reps, 30 ½ inch vertical, and 10’0 broad jump.  His wingspan (83 7/8) and arm length (34 1/8) combined with his upside, scheme versatility, and athleticism make him a player to keep an eye on during the draft.  There was no buzz on him entering his senior season but this pro day workout combined with his later tape, and performance at the Medal of Honor Bowl make him a definite draft pick.

 

WR TYRELL WILLIAMS, WESTERN OREGON

Perhaps the biggest buzz player from the Oregon State pro day was this kid after he ran a 4.42 and 4.44 40 at 6’3 ½, 204 pounds.  Williams also had a 1.51 10-yard, 39 ½ inch vertical, and 10’7 broad jump.  Expect his production and pro day workout combo to earn him a contract as a priority free agent after getting mostly free agent grades prior to this workout.

 

 

FALLERS

 

TE KHARI LEE, BOWIE STATE

After running a 5.03 and 5.06 40 Lee probably won’t get drafted now.  He measured 6’4 ¼, 258 pounds and had good jumps with a 36 inch vertical, 9’7 broad jump, and did a solid 18 reps but his speed screams run blocker and he is not quite strong enough for that.  There was a chance he gets drafted but his pro day workout has likely eliminated him from that.

 

JACKSONVILLE STATE PLAYERS

Every single one of them had a bad workout.  ILB Michael Carlisle ran a 4.98 and 5.03 40 at 5’10 3/8 228 pounds while C Max Holcombe was 6’2, 304 pounds and ran a 5.72 and 5.75 in the 40.  They aren’t the only ones as RB Damarcus James ran a 4.9 40 at 5’9, 225 pounds.

 

WR NEAL STERLING, MONMOUTH

This was not a bad workout but Sterling is sending out mixed signals.  He does not want to be a tight end but he measured in at 238 pounds instead of dropping down to the 215-225 range to show he truly wants to be a wide receiver and not a tweener.  His 4.6 40 at 6’3 3/8, 238 pounds is that of a tweener h-back.

 

OLB TRAVIS TAYLOR, MURRAY STATE

His pass rush off the edge and speed was solid but his pro day was not very good.  Taylor ran a 4.89 and 5.06 40 at 6’2, 240 pounds.  He did not show explosion and hurt himself from being a potential priority free agent to a camp body.

 

OT DONIEL GAMBRELL JR., NOTRE DAME COLLEGE

If you are looking for a story this is certainly it as he is a transfer who is older with a wife and child.  However, his story may have ended at his pro day other than a contract an early cut from a NFL team.  This workout was bad enough that he will be forced to move inside to guard and lacks the athleticism to pull.  He looks stiff in drills and is slow.  The NDC product ran a 5.69 and 5.70 40 at 6’5 ¼, 305 pounds with a 24 inch vertical, 8.35 3-cone, 5.06 short shuttle, and just 23 reps.  He was considered a priority free agent with a slight shot to go in the 7th round but will likely end up as a free agent now.

 

RB KEN MALCOME, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

The former highly touted recruit failed to start at Southern Illinois despite the hype coming from Georgia.  Then he didn’t play well during the 2014 campaign and struggled heavily during the pro day.  Malcome ran a 4.86 and 4.90 40 at 5’10 ¾, 217 pounds with a 27 ½ inch vertical, 9’0 broad jump, and 4.62 short shuttle among other disappointing times.

 

RB/WR VENRIC MARK, WEST TEXAS A&M

Malcome wasn’t the only highly touted player to transfer down a level and struggle.  2013 was hard on him as he got hurt in game three after an All-American season in 2012.  Mark left Northwestern for personal reasons and then ended up at West Texas A&M where he played in just four games and only scored one touchdown.  Size (5’6 ¾, 172) and lack of speed (4.67-4.71) coming off an injury like he had is brutal.  Don’t expect him to get more than a tryout after his pro day where he also had just a 4.51 short shuttle, 32 inch vertical, 9’2 broad jump, and a 7.34 3-cone.

 

 

SUPER REGIONAL COMBINE INVITES

 

The following is a list of the small school players invited to the Super Regional Combine in Detroit on April 12 and 13.  These players were invited based on workouts at the regional combines.

 

Name Pos College
Allen, Tovar OT Alabama State
Parker, Brian TE Albany (NY)
Landry, Anthony OG Angelo State
Harvey, Christopher S Ashland
Burns, Stoney CB Bethel (TN)
Dantzler, Tavarus OLB Bethune-Cookman
Finnie, Thomas CB Bethune-Cookman
Michaels, Brent RB Cal Poly
Abercrombie, Jack OC California, Pa.
Ignagni, Robby OG Carson Newman University
Hollomon, Robert RB Central Connecticut State
Wilson, Michael FB Central State, Ohio
Middlebrook, Gabriel OLB Charleston Southern
Howsare, Julian ILB Clarion University
Rice, Denzel S Coastal Carolina
Wheat, Alex WR Coastal Carolina
Bredl, Joshua DE Colorado State-Pueblo
Browning, Paul WR Colorado State-Pueblo
Douglas, John (J. P.) QB Davidson
Lengel, Matt TE Eastern Kentucky
Spain, Jonathan ILB Elon
Thompson, Eric DT Faulkner
Buice, Lemond FB Florida A&M
Ward, Shaun OLB Florida A&M
Lee, Michael CB Fort Valley State
Little, Bernard DT Fort Valley State
Dye, Donteea WR Heidelberg
Coleman, Tyre DE Hobart
Keoshian, Collin FB Illinois State
McCoy, Dontae S Illinois State
DeCicco, Brock TE Indiana, Pa.
Wallace, Keahn QB Johnson C. Smith
Burton, Dante WR Kean
Johnson, Kevin S Lamar
Roberts, Mark WR Lamar
Cade, Anthony RB Lindenwood
Dole, Alex OG Lindenwood
Wiktorek, Joseph DE Lindenwood
Good, Denzelle OG Mars Hill
Herring, Ryan RB McKendree
Smith, Jeret WR McMurry University
Ellefsen, Everett DE McNeese State
Keys, Bryan DT Minn. State-Mankato
Koonce, Joseph OLB Montclair State
McMullin, Darrius DE Morningside
Koster, Jared ILB New Mexico Highlands
Smith, Lexington DT Northern Colorado
Lundy, Luke RB Ottawa University
King, Mitchell TE Pennsylvania
Bonnet, Dillon OC Prairie View
Daniels, Michael DE Prairie View
McCombs, Lyle RB Rhode Island
Roane, Aaron ILB Richmond
Bourne, Terrace NT Saint Francis (PA)
Bell, Reginald WR San Diego
Adebiyi, David DE Savannah State
Jackson, Andrew QB Seton Hill
Wilson, Kirk RB Shorter
Davis, Spencer RB Southeast Missouri
Malott, Christopher TE Southeastern Louisiana
Watson, Cornelius OLB Southern Arkansas
O’Joe, Dion OLB Southern Connecticut State
Dodge, Austin QB Southern Oregon
Boyefio, Michael OC Texas A&M-Commerce
Walker, Tray S Texas Southern
Jaeschke, Cole QB Upper Iowa
Kowalski, Vincent OG Villanova
Pettway, Earnest TE Villanova
Keith, Justin FB Walsh
McDaniel, Cole WR Wayne State (NE)
Toocheck, Chad WR West Alabama
McCartney, Sean QB West Chester
Adams, Tyrell ILB West Georgia
Kintzel, Kevin OLB Western Illinois
McBride, Keith RB William & Mary
Ross, Terry ILB Winston-Salem
Williams, Travis OLB Youngstown State

 

 

2014 SUPER REGIONAL COMBINE RESULTS

 

Name Pos College HT WT 40-1 40-2 10-yd 20-yd RSS LSS VJ BJ
Allen, Tovar OT Alabama State 6047 320 5.43 5.46 1.78 2.99 5.04 4.89 31 9’7″
Parker, Brian TE Albany (NY) 6042 264 4.78 4.8 1.61 2.64 4.5 4.37 37.5
Landry, Anthony OG Angelo State 6035 310 5.59 5.69 1.9 2.97 5.02 5.06 28 7’9″
Harvey, Christopher S Ashland 6005 218 4.72 4.6 1.55 2.58 4.57 4.84 31 10’11”
Burns, Stoney CB Bethel, Tenn. 5074 187 4.53 4.53 1.49 2.51 4.43 4.44 38.5 10’0″
Dantzler, Tavarus OLB Bethune-Cookman 6015 237 4.67 4.65 1.57 2.65 4.53 4.7 34 9’10”
Finnie, Thomas CB Bethune-Cookman 5086 184 4.49 4.49 1.49 2.48 4.57 4.34
Michaels, Brent RB Cal Poly 5112 220 4.63 4.61 1.59 2.58 4.27 4.27 36 9’5″
Abercrombie, Jack OC California (PA) 6013 296 5.23 5.25 1.79 2.86 4.64 4.58 29 8’4″
Ignagni, Robby OG Carson Newman University 6015 298 5.44 5.41 1.83 2.98 4.88 4.99 27 8’6″
Hollomon, Robert RB Central Connecticut State 5074 167 4.42 4.41 1.55 2.43 4.24 4.19 37.5 10’3″
Wilson, Michael FB Central State, Ohio 5102 256 4.9 4.91 1.67 2.73 4.57 4.65 30 8’11”
Middlebrook, Gabriel OLB Charleston Southern 6006 216 4.85 4.77 1.63 2.73 4.57 4.62 32 9’4″
Howsare, Julian ILB Clarion University 6020 248 4.79 4.77 1.67 2.67 4.5 4.48 32 9’10”
Rice, Denzel S Coastal Carolina 5114 190 4.51 4.57 1.5 2.5 4.23 4.24 33.5
Wheat, Alex WR Coastal Carolina 6034 221 4.67 4.67 1.62 2.59 30 10’1″
Bredl, Joshua DE Colorado State-Pueblo 6054 290 5.26 5.34 1.81 2.84 4.91 4.95 29.5 8’9″
Browning, Paul WR Colorado State-Pueblo 6020 216 4.69 4.71 1.57 2.62 4.42 4.51 37 10’4″
Douglas, John (J. P.) QB Davidson 6005 195 4.95 1.71 2.75 35.5 10’2″
Lengel, Matt TE Eastern Kentucky 6072 267 4.92 4.97 1.66 2.71 9’5″
Spain, Jonathan ILB Elon 6010 234 4.77 4.83 1.64 2.68 4.5 4.35 34 9’4″
Thompson, Eric DT Faulkner 6011 325 5.55 5.44 1.82 2.97 23 7’11”
Buice, Lemond FB Florida A&M 6003 224 4.87 4.84 1.67 2.69 4.53 4.39 34 9’5″
Ward, Shaun OLB Florida A&M 6003 248 4.76 4.73 1.59 2.57 4.61 4.5 29.5 8’8″
Lee, Michael CB Fort Valley State 6001 183 4.57 4.59 1.51 2.53 4.39 4.42 39.5 10’6″
Little, Bernard DT Fort Valley State 6026 311 5.27 5.16 1.77 2.98
Dye, Donteea WR Heidelberg 5093 185
Coleman, Tyre DE Hobart 6000 262 5.13 5.16 1.7 2.88 4.8 4.61 25.5 8’3″
Keoshian, Collin FB Illinois State 6002 265 4.82 4.83 1.59 2.65 4.26 4.31 34 9’4″
McCoy, Dontae S Illinois State 5113 205 4.68 4.71 1.57 2.59 40 9’4″
DeCicco, Brock TE Indiana (PA) 6045 243 5.12 5.15 1.73 2.83
Wallace, Keahn QB Johnson C. Smith 6004 243 5.13 5.15 1.72 2.86 26 8’7″
Burton, Dante WR Kean 6023 231 4.57 4.62 1.53 2.56 4.51 4.63 38.5 9’6″
Johnson, Kevin S Lamar 6000 205 4.65 4.67 1.57 2.53 4.21 4.36 33 9’5″
Roberts, Mark WR Lamar 6023 181 4.59 4.59 1.6 2.57
Groulx, Danny OT Laval, Can. 6060 321 5.46 5.46 1.89 3.02 5.02 4.89 26.5 8’3″
Cade, Anthony RB Lindenwood 5101 208 4.45 4.54 1.49 2.48 4.6 4.53 34 10’2″
Dole, Alex OG Lindenwood 6015 296 5.28 5.17 1.75 2.83 4.92 4.63 30 9’1″
Wiktorek, Joseph DE Lindenwood 6015 238 4.8 4.87 1.61 2.63 4.39 4.28 35 10’1″
Good, Denzelle OG Mars Hill 6053 340 5.29 5.41 1.83 2.97 4.85 4.98 31 8’7″
Herring, Ryan RB McKendree 5074 200 4.67 4.74 1.61 2.61 4.31 4.36 36 9’11”
Smith, Jeret WR McMurry University 5096 211 4.52 4.56 1.53 2.57 4.33 4.46 36 10’1″
Ellefsen, Everett DE McNeese State 6020 247 5.03 5.06 1.71 2.79 4.5 4.57 30.5 9’3″
Keys, Bryan DT Minn. State-Mankato 6003 303 5.53 5.54 1.85 3.02 5.74 25 7’5″
Koonce, Joseph OLB Montclair State 6025 237 4.87 4.89 1.64 2.67 4.53 4.48 38 10’10”
McMullin, Darrius DE Morningside 6012 258 5.01 1.7 2.73 4.53 4.51 34.5 9’8″
Koster, Jared ILB New Mexico Highlands 6007 225 4.67 4.72 1.65 2.63 4.41 4.43 37 9’10”
Smith, Lexington DT Northern Colorado 6024 318 5.26 5.3 1.79 2.84 5.01 4.96 28.5 9’1″
Lundy, Luke RB Ottawa University 5117 228 4.64 4.59 1.53 2.51 4.33 4.33 36 9’11”
King, Mitchell TE Pennsylvania 6050 251 4.8 4.8 1.61 2.66 4.43 4.42 33 10’0″
Bonnet, Dillon OC Prairie View 6003 296 5.81 5.72 1.88 3.09 4.88 5.1 29 8’3″
Daniels, Michael DE Prairie View 6011 276 5.23 5.23 1.74 2.79 4.54 4.62 29 8’4″
McCombs, Lyle RB Rhode Island 5076 171 4.57 4.49 1.49 2.48 4.33 4.32 37.5 10’11”
Roane, Aaron ILB Richmond 6007 227 4.72 4.73 1.63 2.64 4.3 4.4 32.5 9’8″
Bourne, Terrace NT Saint Francis (PA) 6003 331 5.44 5.43 1.86 2.89 4.97 4.87 25 8’4″
Bell, Reginald WR San Diego 5105 201 4.6 4.6 1.5 2.58 4.26 4.27 40 10’4″
Adebiyi, David DE Savannah State 6024 279 5.41 5.44 1.86 2.88 4.88 5.02 23.5 8’6″
Jackson, Andrew QB Seton Hill 6000 236 5.15 5.21 1.71 2.85 4.58 4.53 31.5 8’4″
Wilson, Kirk RB Shorter 5074 182 4.49 4.44 1.53 2.46 4.45 4.39 34.5 10’10”
Davis, Spencer RB Southeast Missouri 5067 187 4.58 4.61 1.59 2.55 4.24 4.18 35.5 9’10”
Malott, Christopher TE Southeastern Louisiana 6045 232 4.87 4.62 1.58 2.61 4.88 4.38 40 10’1″
Watson, Cornelius OLB Southern Arkansas 6040 230 5.05 5.04 1.7 2.71 4.78 4.57 31 9’7″
O’Joe, Dion OLB Southern Connecticut State 6033 228 4.73 4.74 1.65 2.61 4.54 4.48 31 9’7″
Dodge, Austin QB Southern Oregon 6011 210 5.09 5.01 1.67 2.79 4.41 4.42 28 8’9″
Boyefio, Michael OC Texas A&M-Commerce 6003 336 5.8 5.72 1.97 3.2 5.27 5.46 26 7’3″
Walker, Tray S Texas Southern 6017 191 4.55 4.5 1.54 2.53 34.5 10’5″
Jaeschke, Cole QB Upper Iowa 6014 216 5.06 5 1.65 2.75 4.42 4.6 36.5 9’10”
Kowalski, Vincent OG Villanova 6041 292 5.32 5.2 1.82 2.95 4.77 4.83 29 9’0″
Pettway, Earnest TE Villanova 6036 240 4.93 4.9 1.63 2.73 4.66 4.63 35 9’7″
Keith, Justin FB Walsh 6001 245 4.89 4.86 1.61 2.73 4.39 4.63 35 9’4″
McDaniel, Cole WR Wayne State (NE) 6042 210 4.63 4.67 1.56 2.62 4.53 4.34 36 10’0″
Toocheck, Chad WR West Alabama 6016 195 4.65 4.63 1.55 2.53
McCartney, Sean QB West Chester 6010 199 4.83 4.77 1.65 2.67 4.43 4.37 34 9’11”
Adams, Tyrell ILB West Georgia 6014 228 4.69 4.7 1.58 2.63 4.58 4.57 33 9’5″
Kintzel, Kevin OLB Western Illinois 6015 236 4.77 4.82 1.6 2.63 35.5 9’6″
McBride, Keith RB William & Mary 5114 219 4.63 4.67 1.59 2.58 4.43 4.41 38 9’10”
Ross, Terry ILB Winston-Salem 5110 239 4.83 4.85 1.66 2.68 4.63 4.49 33.5 8’11”
Williams, Travis OLB Youngstown State 6015 212 4.72 4.67 1.54 2.5 4.46 4.38 32.5 9’11”