Arkansas State DE Alex Carrington possibly sealed his fate at the school’s pro day, as eight NFL teams showed up to watch five players work out outdoors on FieldTurf.
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At Jimmy Clausen‘s workout on Friday, I saw pretty much what I expected to see.
Quarterback Jimmy Clausen threw for 45 minutes Friday in a scripted workout in front of representatives from 16 NFL teams. While he did not run the 40-yard dash, observers said Clausen appeared able to push off of his surgically repaired toe and drive the ball well on his throws.
South Carolina had seven players work out at the school’s pro day on March 31. Twenty-eight NFL teams showed up to witness the workout outdoors on grass.
In the case of someone like South Florida DE Jason Pierre-Paul, who has played just one season in a major college program, a pro day workout such as the one he attended at South Florida on March 30 becomes even more important.
Posted: Thursday, April 8th, 2010 | Gil Brandt Tags: 2010 Pro Days
Florida’s Jermaine Cunningham, who missed the combine and the Gators’ pro day due to a shoulder injury, worked out for scouts at the school’s practice field on April 7.
Posted: Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 | Gil Brandt Tags: 2010 Pro Days
New Mexico State’s Marcus Anderson (5-9, 173) may not be the biggest player in draft, but he put on a serious show of strength at New Mexico State’s pro day on March 29.
The Falcons are showing some significant interest in a pair of standouts from Los Angeles. Atlanta GM Thomas Dimitroff, head coach Mike Smith, defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder and defensive line coach Ray Hamilton will work out UCLA DT Brian Price and USC DE Everson Griffen on Saturday morning.
Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen will finally work out for teams this Friday (April 9) at 11:30 on campus in South Bend, Ind. Clausen has been recovering from toe surgery, and his personal pro day will be the first time talent evaluators will get to see him pass.
There may have been 15 South Carolina State prospects at the school’s pro day workout on March 31, but the scouts on hand from 15 NFL teams were all there to see Phillip Adams.
Free safety Quentin Scott impressed scouts from eight teams at Northern Iowa’s pro day on March 31st. Scott (6-3 7/8, 224) worked out as both a defensive back and a wide receiver and put together a really good workout.
There was a time when SMU produced NFL talent with regularity. While that has waned in recent years, it appears the NFL is taking a closer look again fresh off the university’s first bowl game in 25 years.
Kansas State TE Jeron Mastrud (6-foot-5 1/4, 253 pounds) is recovered from the right foot surgery that kept him from working out at the NFL Scouting Combine, but he isn’t quite ready to run the 40-yard dash.