Reyes the main attraction at UConn pro day

Though Connecticut held its pro day toward the end of the normal circuit, 18 teams were still on hand to take in the Huskies’ workout on March 28. Kendall Reyes (6-foot-4 1/4, 299 pounds) is the school’s biggest name in this month’s draft. The defensive tackle stood on all of his combine numbers but worked out well. He has a chance to sneak into the end of the first round, but he likely will be an early second-round pick.

Here are some of the other notable performers from Connecticut’s pro day:

Kashif Moore, WR (5-9 1/4, 181) — Moore kept all of his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine, but he did a good job in his position workout.

Dave Teggart, K (6-0 3/8, 202) — After attending the combine, Teggart only performed kickoffs. Teggart did not handle kickoffs at UConn in his final season.

Mike Ryan, OT (6-foot-5 5/8, 327) — Ryan was a surprise standout. He ran 5.24- and 5.26-second 40-yard dashes, had a 28 1/2-inch vertical leap, 8-foot-2 broad jump, 4.93-second short shuttle, 7.80-second three-cone drill, and 33-inch arms. When he came back out after practice and worked out in bare feet, he hurt his left knee. But the injury was nothing serious. He is set to visit Seattle this week.

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