Scouts get more than bargained for at BC’s pro day

Representatives from 14 teams who planned on watching only Boston College’s pro day got more than what they bargained for, as snow forced the Eagles’ prospects to hold their workout at nearby Harvard, which included even more prospects.

In all, 31 athletes (12 from BC and 19 from other smaller schools) worked out for the NFL contingent on FieldTurf.

Boston College center Matt Tennant (6-foot-4 3/8, 296 pounds) got measured and did position drills only. He stood by his combine numbers.

Boston College linebacker Mike McLaughlin (6-0 1/2 , 241) did position drills and stood by his combine performance.

Boston College defensive back Marcellus Bowman (6-2, 223) ran 4.62 and 4.57 seconds in the 40-yard dash, had a 37 ½-inch vertical, 10-foot, 1-inch broad jump, a 4.21-second short shuttle, a 6.89-second three-cone drill, and 21 bench press repetitions at 225 pounds.

Holy Cross quarterback Dominic Randolph (6-2, 215) ran 4.99 and 5.00 40s, had a 31 ½-inch vertical jump, 9-1 broad jump, 4.26 short shuttle, and 7.29 three-cone drill.

Harvard offensive lineman James Williams (6-4 ¾, 290) ran 5.54 and 5.64 40s, 25-inch vertical jump, 8-7 broad jump, 5.04 short shuttle, 8.36 cone, 16 bench presses.

UMass wide receiver Victor Cruz (5-11 5/8, 208) ran 4.52 and 4.47 40s, had a 41 ½-inch vertical jump, 10-5 broad jump, 4.29 short shuttle, 7.02 three-cone drill, and 13 bench presses.

UMass defensive back Jeromy Miles (6-2, 210) ran 4.46 and 4.45 40s, had a 35 ½-inch vertical jump, 10-4 broad jump, 4.23 short shuttle, 6.81 three-cone drills, and did not bench press.

UMass wide receiver Jeremy Horne (6-1 ¾, 193) ran 4.43 and 4.41 40s, had a 36 ½-inch vertical jump, 10-4 broad jump, 4.16 short shuttle, and 6.82 three-cone drill.

Duke safety Zack Asack (6-3 ¼, 229) ran 4.64 and 4.62 40s, had a 36 ½-inch vertical, 10-foot broad jump, 4.15 short shuttle, 7.09 three-cone drill, and did 17 bench presses.

– Gil Brandt

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