Over the next month we'll be updating you on how draft prospects are faring at most of the main pro day workouts.
Josh Allen was the latest quarterback prospect to throw for scouts at his pro day and, once again, Mike Maccagnan was on hand to see it. Reports on how he performed vary wildly (often dependent on how high the source of the report had been on Allen beforehand), but he predictably impressed with his arm strength and seemed content with his accuracy.
The Spartans don't have much draftable talent this year but interior lineman Brian Allen is a likely mid round pick who had posted a below average set of combine numbers. He impressed with his workout yesterday. However, it was running back Gerald Holmes who stole the headlines with a 128" broad jump and 35" vertical jump.
Wide receivers Keke Coutee and Dylan Cantrell were on show at the Texas Tech pro day. Coutee is a good slot prospect, but Cantrell was the one who impressed with his numbers at the combine.
Despite this, Coutee opted not to run while Cantrell put together an even more spectacular set of numbers, improving his 40-yard dash to 4.47, short shuttle to 3.95, broad jump to 135" and vertical to 41".
The big story at Michigan's pro day was that defensive lineman Maurice Hurst, who could not participate at the combine due to a heart issue, was cleared to take part. Most of his numbers were about average but his 40-time (4.91) and bench press (29 reps) were excellent.
Center Mason Cole only did the vertical jump and short shuttle. He improved his vertical by four inches to an average 27.5" but couldn't improve upon his shuttle time.
Linebacker Mike McCray opted to stick with his combine numbers.
Wide receiver J'Mon Moore was the star attraction at the Tigers pro day, following a combine performance where he put together tremendous numbers but had a disappointing 4.6 in the 40-yard dash. He improved that to 4.48 at his pro day.
Up next - Arkansas, Iowa (March 26th)