DraftFix: Pro Days - Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Kansas State 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.

Kansas State

Cornerback DJ Reed is KSU's best prospect and he improved on most of his numbers after posting some disappointing marks at the combine.

Byron Pringle, who had mixed results at the combine, ran 4.38 and 4.32 in the 40-yard dash, which is sure to get him some attention.

Other potential draft picks on hand included defensive tackle Will Geary and linebacker Trent Tanking.


Safety Godwin Igwebuike and running back Justin Jackson both posted some excellent combine numbers and opted to stick with those.

Defensive lineman Tyler Lancaster turned heads by running some good shuttles at 315 and posting 36 bench press reps. Lancaster also did offensive line drills.


Rising quarterback prospect Kyle Lauletta was the main event at Richmond's pro day as he threw the ball well with most of the NFL watching, in difficult conditions.


Linebacker Oren Burks is Vandy's best prospect and he had an excellent combine. He just did drills and the 60-yard shuttle yesterday.

Cornerback Tre Herndon and receivers Caleb Scott and Trent Sherfield all put up some good numbers.

Former Jets running back Zac Stacy - contemplating a comeback - also worked out.

Jacksonville State

The Jets met with two JSU players, each of whom are potential late round picks: Running back Roc Thomas and edge defender Darius Jackson. Thomas only ran a 4.56 at the combine, but posted good explosiveness numbers. He decided to sit on those. Jackson had bad numbers at the combine, but improved his 40-time from 4.87 to 4.72 yesterday.

Wake Forest

Safety Jessie Bates III is rising up draft boards and some have him as a possible late first-rounder. Bates dined with Steelers beforehand and improved his short shuttle time to 4.07 before looking great in drills.

Two other potential draftees were affected by injuries. Defensive end Duke Ejiofor is no longer in a sling as he was at the combine, but still did not participate. Tight end Cam Serigne got hurt early on in drills and had to drop out.

Up next - Oklahoma, Virginia Tech (March 14th)