A total of nine NFL teams were represented at Clemson Pro Day on March 7. They ran indoors on field-turf. Only one player held a workout. Andre Ellington RB (5-9 3/8, 194 pounds) — He was at the combine but pulled his hamstring there and was reluctant to run because he was afraid he might pull it again. He ran 4.71 on his first 40-yard attempt before coaches convinced him it was in his best interest to run at full speed in order to get a better look at him. He ran 4.52 on his second attempt. Ellington did not jump or run the shuttles. He looked very good in the individual drills they put him through. He caught the […]
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Two players pegged to be selected early in the second round were among the 14 players to work out at Clemson’s pro day.
The Panthers might be without a talent like Julius Peppers for only one season, if they decide Clemson DE Da’Quan Bowers is their guy with the No. 1 overall pick in this April’s draft.
Clemson’s C.J. Spiller, who NFL Network’s Mike Mayock has ranked as the draft’s best running back prospect, has reached a multi-year agreement to partner with Adidas.
Posted: Sunday, March 14th, 2010 | Gil Brandt Tags: 2010 Pro Days, C.J. Spiller, Chris Chancellor, Clemson, Crezdon Butler, George McDonald, Jerome Henderson, Kavell Conner, Michael Palmer, Ricky Sapp, Thomas Austin
The Cleveland Browns, who have been everywhere during this pro day season, gave several players special attention at Clemson’s pro day on March 11.
Representatives from 25 NFL teams made their way to Clemson’s Pro Day on Thursday, March 26. The majority of drills were done indoors on what was a very fast rubber track, with the exception of the three-cone drill, which was held outside on FieldTurf.