Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz and Cincinnati Bengals quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese were among 10 talent evaluators on hand Friday for the University of Idaho’s pro day.
They braved temperatures in the low 40s to watch quarterback Nathan Enderle and nine other NFL prospects work out on FieldTurf.
Enderle, 6-foot-4 1/4 and 234 pounds, clocked 5.13 in the 40-yard dash, had a 25-inch vertical leap, 8-5 broad jump, 4.41 short shuttle and a three-cone drill time of 7.08. He ran through position drills with two quarterbacks coaches for about 30 minutes and had a pretty good workout.
Other prospects of note:
Tight end Daniel Hardy (6-3 7/8, 239) ran 4.78 in the 40, had a 30 1/2 vertical leap, 8-10 broad jump, 4.35 short shuttle and 7.19 in the three-cone drill.
Defensive back Shiloh Keo (5-11 3/8, 216) clocked the 40 in 4.66, had a 34-inch vertical leap, 9-9 broad jump, and stood on his short shuttle and bench press results from last month’s NFL Scouting Combine. He was a top performer in both events.
Running back Deonte Jackson (5-8, 193) ran the 40 in 4.52, had a 36 1/2 vertical leap, 10-foot broad jump, 4.16 short shuttle, 7.03 in the three-cone drill and completed 20 bench press repetitions.
Defensive end Aaron Lavarais (6-2 1/4, 249) was a defensive end at Idaho but worked out at outside linebacker for NFL scouts. He ran the 40 in 4.62, had a 35-inch vertical leap, 9-7 broad jump, 4.09 short shuttle, 7.16 in the three-cone drill and chalked up 22 bench press reps.