Over the next month, we'll be keeping you updated with news and workout numbers from every college's pro day.
After a good 40-time but an otherwise disappointing set of numbers, wide receiver Calvin Ridley opted to stick with his combine numbers. He did make headlines by referring to himself as the best wide receiver in the draft though. Linebacker Rashaan Evans, who didn't run the 40 at the combine, again opted not to run it.
One of the most interesting prospects on display was offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman, who was seeking to prove he's not an unathletic overachiever. After initially impressing by showing up at 298 pounds - a loss of over 30 pounds - and then completing 27 bench press reps, Bozeman posted a disappointing 5.41 in the 40-yard dash.
The Buffaloes' top prospect is Isaiah Oliver, who already solidified his first round credentials with a solid combine display.
One of the top combine snubs - running back Phillip Lindsay measured smaller than expected at 5'7" and 184 pounds but crushed his workout with a 4.39 40-yard dash, 35.5" vertical and 124" broad. Had he been at the combine, those numbers would have been 2nd, 9th and 5th at his position. He managed 14 bench press reps.
Colorado State had one prospect at last week's combine - wide receiver Michael Gallup - whose results were a mixed bag. However, he was able to improve his 40-time to an impressive 4.44 yesterday and also added six inches to his broad jump.
Two other potential draft picks on hand who did not attend the combine were quarterback Nick Stevens and running back Dalyn Dawkins. Offensive lineman Zack Golditch impressed with a 32.5" vertical and a 114" broad jump.
Up next - Auburn (March 9th)