Over the last few weeks, we've been updating you on how draft prospects are faring at most of the main pro day workouts.
South Dakota State
Dallas Goedert's decision not to run the 40 disappointed scouts, many of whom had decided to attend solely to see him run it. He had a 35" vertical and 121" broad jump, both above average and good agility scores of 4.06 and 6.87.
Jake Wieneke, a tall wide receiver, only made slight improvements on his disappointing combine numbers.
Quarterback Mike White was the headliner and reportedly put on a good performance in his throwing session. Other than White, tight end Deon Yelder was a standout with a 4.72 40-yard dash and a 120" vertical.
TCU's best prospect is probably offensive lineman Joseph Noteboom, who posted some great numbers at the combine. Gil Brandt said that he left the pro day believing that Noteboom could be a second round pick.
Linebacker Travin Howard, who is undersized and wasn't at the combine, showed out with a 4.5 in the 40-yard dash.
Underrated offensive lineman Patrick Morris was a standout, with 37 bench press reps, a 35" vertical and a sub-5.1 40-yard dash. Running back Kyle Hicks is another draftable player who was on hand.
Inside linebacker Fred Warner is BYU's best prospect but he just opted to do positional drills. Wide receiver Jonah Trinnaman turned heads though with a 40.5" vertical, 144" broad jump and a sub-4.30 40-yard dash. He caught 52 passes over the last two years.
Up Next: Boise State, Duke, UNC, Tulane (April 3rd)