Michigan’s likely two draftees work out at pro day

Michigan hasn’t won too many games over the past three seasons. And in this year’s NFL draft, Wolverines will be sparse in the draft, which is unusual for a school that has been a football factory in producing NFL stars.

Michigan held its pro day on March 17 indoors on FieldTurf before representatives from 16 NFL teams. Nine Wolverines worked out, but only two of them are likely to be drafted next month:

OL Steve Schilling (6-foot-4 1/8, 307 pounds), who was at the NFL Scouting Combine, stood on all of his combine numbers. He had a good workout, but nothing special. He was a four-year starter at Michigan and a sought-after recruit out of high school.

OLB Jonas Mouton (6 1/8, 240), who also attended the combine, ran 4.89 and 4.92 seconds in the 40-yard dash, but kept his combine vertical, broad jump, short shuttle and three-cone drill results. Mouton did 17 bench-press reps at 225 pounds and ran through position workouts.


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