Texas A&M held its pro day Wednesday, but quarterback Ryan Tannehill will not work out until March 28.
A total of nine players worked out on field turf indoors in front of 18 teams.
Terrence Frederick, DB (187 pounds) — Ran 4.47 and 4.49 second 40-yard dashes. He worked out alright in his position drills.
Jeffrey Fuller, WR (225) — He’s going to work out again March 28 with Tannehill. He ran 4.66 and 4.65 40s, had a 36-inch vertical jump, 4.33 short shuttle and a 7.10 three-cone drill. He did positional workouts, but the feeling is he might be better adding weight and becoming a TE rather than being a WR.
Cyrus Gray, RB (204) — Stood on everything from combine, except he ran a 4.33 short shuttle and 7.33 cone drill. He didn’t have the right shoes on for that drill, but he’ll be there March 28 and I expect he’ll run again. He caught the ball well in drills as an RB and showed good quickness. He’s probably a middle of the second day type of guy: lower third-round pick, top of the fourth.
Coryell Judie, DB (196) — Had a 10-foot-3 broad jump, 4.52 short shuttle and a 7.12 cone. He worked in position drills. Looked OK, not real special.
Lionel Smith, DB (5-11 3/4, 192) — He’s someone we’re adding. He didn’t play a lot in college; when Judie was hurt he played in his place. Smith had a good workout, ran 4.46 and 4.48 40s, had a 38-inch vertical, 10-7 broad, 4.22 short shuttle, 7.01 cone and 16 strength lifts. He probably has a chance to be a seventh-round pick or a priority free agent because of his speed and athletic ability.