DraftFix: Pro Days - Oklahoma, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin and more...

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


Most NFL teams had representatives on hand to see Baker Mayfield throw - including Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan. Mayfield told the media he feels like he's improved since the combine. According to media charting only seven of his 70 throws were uncatchable in an impressive performance.

Also getting headlines was tackle Orlando Brown, who had dropped five pounds since his derided combine performance and improved on most of his results. Even so, they were still pretty terrible though.

Ogbonnia Okoronkwo's performance went under the radar but he may have boosted his stock back into first round consideration. Although most of his numbers were only slight improvements on his combine performance, his 6.84 three cone drill is sure to turn heads. Many scouts see that as the metric that best measures pass rushing potential and his time would have tied Sam Hubbard for the best time by an edge at the combine.

Tight end Mark Andrews - whose combine numbers weren't great but his 40 was a better-than-expected 4.67 - and full back Dimitri Flowers - whose combine numbers were poor - did not work out.

Wide receiver Jeff Badet, who was not at the combine, impressed with a 4.27 40-yard dash and big scores in the vertical and broad jump.

Virginia Tech

Tremaine Edmunds is the Hokies top prospect and he impressed with his size and 40-time at the combine although he didn't do much else. He impressed in drills.

Defensive tackle Tim Settle had a poor combine but improved his 40-time from 5.37 to 5.19 at his pro day having lost six pounds.

Offensive lineman Wyatt Teller, who had good numbers at the combine, got plenty of attention. Defensive backs Greg Stroman, Terrell Edmunds and Brandon Facyson decided to stick with their combine numbers. Edmunds had posted great numbers but Facyson's were average and Stroman's were poor.

Wide receiver Cam Phillips couldn't work out at the combine due to a sports hernia but he ran a 4.66 at his pro day. That's a slow time but he attributed this to not being 100%.

Arizona State

Arizona State's best prospect is probably guard Sam Jones. He opted not to work out after posting average combine numbers.

Three other combine participants whose combine numbers were underwhelming improved upon their 40-yard dash times. Running back Kalen Ballage dropped from 4.46 to 4.40, linebacker Christian Sam from 4.75 to 4.65 and defensive lineman Jojo Wicker - who had a bad combine overall - from 5.16 to 4.98 at 296 pounds.


Linebacker Jack Cichy is coming off an ACL tear and didn't work out at the combine but he put together some terrific numbers at the Badgers pro day. His short shuttle, three cone and vertical jump - the only three disciplines he did - would all have been top five at the ILB position at the combine.

Three other Wisconsin prospects raised their stock by improving on their combine numbers, led by edge defender Garrett Dooley, who cut his 40-time down from 4.8 to 4.62 and posted a solid 7.00 three-cone score.

Cornerback Nick Nelson did the three events he didn't do at the combine and excelled with a 3.88 short shuttle, 6.69 three cone and 36.5" vertical. The short shuttle was better than any cornerback at the combine and the three cone would have been fourth best.

Safety Natrell Jamerson already had good combine numbers but posted great agility numbers and made good improvements on his vertical and broad jumps.

Tight end Troy Fumagalli remains sidelined with an injury and was not able to participate.

Up next - Oklahoma State, Oregon, UCLA, Virginia (March 15th)