In the lead-up to the draft, we'll keep updating you on any interesting numbers from pro day workouts. This year's pro day schedule got underway on Thursday and, so far, the 2020 pro day has taken place for each of the following schools:
The Jayhawks had two players at the scouting combine, with offensive lineman Hakeem Adeniji being their best prospect. He posted excellent numbers at the combine and opted to sit on those. Jets offensive line coaches were apparently on hand.
Linebacker Azur Kamara posted poor numbers at the combine but reportedly is recovering from a hamstring injury suffered during senior bowl week. He wasn't able to do much to improve his numbers.
Wide receiver Josh Pearson drew plenty of attention here and posted terrific numbers including a 4.44 in the 40 and a 41-inch vertical.
Auburn's two best prospects are interior linemen Derrick Brown and Marlon Davidson, but the Jets will probably be more interested in cornerback Noah Igbinoghene and offensive linemen Jack Driscoll and Prince Tega Wanogho Jr.
Of these, Igbinoghene was the only one to work out, improving his vertical by three inches to 40 inches but failing to improve his other numbers.
Davidson actually played on the edge last year but he's over 300 pounds and couldn't run under five seconds in the 40-yard dash at the combine.
Driscoll was a tackle in college, but has short arms so will probably move inside at the next level. The injured Wanogho couldn't participate and will host his own private pro day later.
Will Hastings, an undersized slot receiver who might be an undrafted free agent posted underwhelming numbers including a 4.50 in the 40-yard dash.
Wide receiver Sal Cannella could be an interesting project as he's trying to become a tight end. He weighed in at 242, about 15 pounds heavier than his playing weight and ran 4.73 in the 40-yard dash with 20 bench press reps.
Coming up next week: Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Clemson, Oregon, Michigan