Six teams came to North Dakota State’s pro day on Monday to see tackle Michael Arndt, who did not post overly impressive numbers.
Arndt stood 6-feet-6 inches tall, and weighed 310 pounds. Arndt ran 5.42 and 5.45 in the 40-yard dash, had a 27-inch vertical jump, an 8.2-inch broad jump, 4.69 short shuttle, 8.07 3-cone drill and 19 reps on the bench press. Arndt has been called a sleeper by some. He also participated in a positional workout.
There were nine players who worked out in total — five from NDSU and four from small colleges in the area. The workout was held indoors on AstroTurf.
One player who stood out was CB Josh Gatlin who measured 6-foot-1 1/8-inches tall and weighed 196 pounds. He ran 4.39 and 4.40 in the 40-yard dash, had a 35.6-inch vertical jump, a 9.10-inch broad jump, 4.29 short shuttle, 7.03 3-cone drill and did eight reps on the bench press.
Gatlin looked really good, not enough to get drafted, but should be signed as a rookie free agent.