DraftFix: Pro Days - Notre Dame, Ohio State, Stanford

Over the next month we'll be updating you on how draft prospects are faring at most of the main pro day workouts.

Notre Dame

Running back Josh Adams made most of the on-field headlines having not worked out at the combine. He ran an excellent 6.75 three-cone drill, a 122" broad jump and a 4.48 40-yard dash before pulling his hamstring on his second run.

Notre Dame's best two prospects - linemen Quenton Nelson and Mike McGlinchey didn't run. Neither ran a 40 at the combine either.

Wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown had a great combine but most of the headlines from his pro day were generated by the fact he told reporters that some teams think he might not love football because he can speak a few languages. St. Brown said he put on a good show with his route running.

Tight end Durham Smythe is another draftable prospect. He dropped one ball but was said to look good overall.

Ohio State

OSU is one of the biggest pro days in terms of sheer numbers of draftable talent, although cornerback Denzel Ward might be the only likely first rounder.

Their top prospects - Ward, tackle Jamarco Jones and linebacker Jerome Baker - opted just to do position drills. Jones - who had poor combine numbers - was said to have impressed, while Baker - who had a great combine - had some struggles.

OSU also has some good talent at defensive end. Sam Hubbard, their best prospect, also opted to sit on his combine numbers, but the others did a limited workout. Despite the flu, Tyquan Lewis ran a 40 in the 4.6's and added five inches to an already solid 122" combine broad jump. Jalyn Holmes posted a 10' broad jump but slipped as he tried to do the three-cone drilled.

Possible late rounders Damon Webb, a safety, Chris Worley, a linebacker and tight end Marcus Baugh each attempted to improve upon their 40-yard dash time at the combine but basically ended up with the same time.

Quarterback JT Barrett didn't work out but did conduct a throwing session.

Interior lineman Billy Price didn't work out as he's recovering from a pectoral tear suffered at the combine.


Cornerback Quenton Meeks ran a 4.49 in the 40-yard dash and tight end Dalton Schultz bettered his combine bench press by five as he posted 20 reps. Schultz opted not to run, as did possible first-rounders defensive tackle Harrison Phillips and safety Justin Reid. Phillips and Reid drew plenty of interest though.

A lot of the headlines were taken by free agent safety Eric Reid - Justin's brother - who was on hand to speak to the media about his continued unemployment.

Up next - Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Wyoming (March 23rd)