DraftFix: Wrapping up the rest of this year's pro day schedule

Last week we shared our update from the first half of the 2024 pro day schedule, where combine snubs or anyone who didn't or couldn't do a full combine workout finally get a chance to work out for teams. Today we wrap up with the rest.

Big 12 Pro Day

Cincinnati DL Jowon Briggs had a big day, although his official 40-time was 5.25:

TCU S Mark Perry also lit it up:

TCU RB Emani Bailey wanted to improve on his 40-yard dash times of 4.67 and 4.61 and did, but not by much as he only got it down to 4.58. He also failed to improve on his broad jump.

West Virginia CB Beanie Bishop was a combine snub and lacks size but should attract late round interest after leading the nation with a stunning 24 pass breakups. He boosted his case with a 4.39 in the 40-yard dash and a 4.15 short shuttle.

C Zach Frazier, also from West Virginia, impressed everyone by running a 40 in 5.24 at 315 pounds despite breaking his leg back in November. He has a background in wrestling.

Kansas State guard Cooper Beebe lacks the length to play tackle but some analysts think he could be the best guard in the draft. He didn't do much to help his cause with 20 bench press reps and decent agility numbers.

Kansas defensive end Austin Booker was hoping to build on some underwhelming combine numbers but only improved his 40-yard dash and vertical slightly. He posted solid agility numbers, though.

Other notable results: Iowa State CB TJ Tampa posted a disappointing 4.57 in the 40-yard dash. Houston T Patrick Paul ran a 4.71 short shuttle, KSU T Dominick Puni did a 107-inch broad jump and Houston edge Nelson Caeser ran a 4.89 in the 40-yard dash.

Three of the better prospects scheduled to be there - TCU guard Brandon Coleman, BYU offensive lineman Kingsley Suamataia and Kansas State tight end Ben Sinnott did not participate.


Wide receiver Malik Nabers, who didn't run at the combine, solidified himself as a potential top-five pick with a 4.41 in the 40-yard dash, 42-inch vertical and 129-inch broad jump.


Despite a toe injury which meant he couldn't work out at the combine, offensive lineman Matt Goncalves made an impression with 19 bench press reps, a 30.5-inch vertical and an unofficial sub-5.1 in the 40-yard dash. Also:


In addition to looking good in passing drills with QB Joe Milton, TE McCallan Castles, a combine snub, helped his cause as he ran a 4.66 in the 40-yard dash and a 4.31 short shuttle and posted a 37.5-inch vertical and 126-inch broad jump. He's an older prospect at 24.

Wake Forest

DB Malik Mustapha was a standout at the Demon Deacons' pro day workouts:

Washington State

The biggest headline from WSU's pro day was safety Jaden Hicks running a 4.46 in the 40-yard dash. He's viewed as a possible day two pick.


RB Blake Watson, who wasn't invited to the combine, put on a show:


Interior offensive lineman Graham Barton had a superb day as he ran 4.97 at 313 pounds and posted very good agility numbers.

North Carolina

WR Tez Walker stood on his combine numbers but impressed scouts by displaying his chemistry with Drake Maye in the potential top-five pick's passing drills.


CB Max Melton opted not to run after a solid combine performance but drew plenty of interest and could be a day two pick.

Also on hand was former Jets draft pick Bless Austin, who is trying to get back into the NFL. The cornerback posted a 123-inch broad jump and 35-inch vertical but only ran 4.65 in the 40-yard dash.


WR Rome Odunze declined to run but was still able to impress scouts in passing drills with QB Michael Penix.


Defensive lineman Tre Colbert impressed with 32 bench press reps but it was a rough day for Taulia Tagovailoa, the brother of Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua. The younger brother showed disappointing arm strength and accuracy during passing drills.