Anthony Davis, a top left tackle prospect out of Rutgers, did not finish participating in the team’s pro day, and will work out again for NFL scouts on March 30, according to his agent, Sunny Shah.
Shah sent the following email to all NFL clubs alerting them to the change:
Anthony Davis, left tackle from Rutgers University, will be conducting a private workout at Rutgers University on March 30, 2010 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Anthony will be available for positional drills, measurements, and one-on-one meetings with any NFL personnel. Measurements and meetings will be done at the Hale Center and the positional workout will be conducted at the practice bubble. Anthony was unable to workout at the initial Rutgers Pro Day held on March 10, due to a sore hamstring and a stomach virus. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thanks and look forward to seeing you there!
Shah said his client met with four NFL offensive line coaches on March 10, before he began vomiting and was sent home due to the stomach flu. Other scouts and coaches arrived that afternoon and were unaware that Davis had gone home. He also suffered a hamstring injury then, Shah said, but is fine now and ready to participate fully.
“Anthony doesn’t have anything to hide, so come out and see him,” Shah said.