Pro day roundup: Mississippi, Northwestern, Ohio

Mississippi’s pro day was held on a field turf indoors, and 15 teams were represented with notables including director of college scouting for the Vikings and Packers. Twelve players worked out.

Bobby Massie, OT (6-foot-5 3/4, 314 pounds) — Stood on everything from last month’s combine.

Brandon Bolden, RB (5-10 5/8, 219) — He ran 4.48 and 4.49 seconds in the 40-yard dash, had a 4.29-second short shuttle and a 6.91-second three-cone drill. He looked smooth in drills and caught the ball well.

Bradley Sowell, OT (6-6 7/8, 309) — He ran 5.22 and 5.25 seconds in the 40, and also posted a 29-inch vertical jump, 8-foot-6 broad jump, 4.75 short shuttle and 7.48 cone drill. He did 21 strength lifts.

Twenty teams came out to watch 15 players work out at Northwestern’s pro day. The drills were run on field turn in doors. There also were 28 other players from some local schools.

Drake Dunsmore, TE (6-2, 244) — He did position drills only and looked good but not outstanding.

Jeremy Ebert, WR (5-10 3/4, 200) — We’re adding Ebert. He ran 4.43 and 4.38 seconds in the 40, posted a 33-inch vertical jump, 9-4 broad jump, 4.15 short shuttle and 6.70 cone drill. He did 16 strength lifts.

Al Netter, OL (6-4, 310) — He’s another guy to add. Netter ran 5.13 and 5.18 seconds in the 40, and posted a 27-inch vertical jump, 8-5 broad jump, 4.76 short shuttle and 7.98 cone drill. He did 24 strength lifts.

Weather played a factor at the University of Ohio’s pro day. The workouts were held outdoors on field turn and it rained. They actually set up a tent so the players ran in and out of it at one point. Seven NFL teams came out to watch the nine players, but only one merits recognition.

LaVon Brazill, WR (5-10 3/4, 196) — He was at the combine and ran a 4.37-second 40. Brazill posted a 35-inch vertical jump and 9-10 broad jump. He looked good in the wet weather, dropping only one pass.

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