Over the next month, we'll be keeping you updated with news and workout numbers from the pro days for most of the top colleges.
The Jets were one of many teams on hand for the Huskies pro day, although defensive tackle Vita Vea and return specialist Dante Pettis did not participate due to injuries sustained at the combine.
Tight end Will Dissly - a converted defensive lineman - performed well in pass catching drills and improved a poor vertical jump from the combine by three inches. Most of Dissly's combine numbers were below average but he impressively ran a 7.07 three cone at 262 pounds.
Running back Lavon Coleman gave a good impression in drills but didn't really improve upon his combine numbers.
Of the players who were not at the combine, safety Ezekial Turner was apparently a stand-out.
Perhaps the most interesting story was JoJo Mathis who is looking for a second chance at the NFL.
After getting hurt part of the way through an awesome 2016 season, the edge rusher went undrafted last April despite the fact some scouts had a day two grade on him. Mathis had complications after a toe ligament injury that should have taken six weeks to recover from required two surgeries and kept him sidelined for over a year. He now describes himself as 110%.
Up next - Vanderbilt, Wake Forest (March 13th)