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Pro Day Roundup, April 3

Results from this week's pro days.

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Florida State: Representatives from all 32 teams were present to see 20 Seminoles work out in Tallahassee. But the main attraction was quarterback Jameis Winston. Winston is the frontrunner to be the first player taken in this year's draft, according to the Buccaneers' mock draft roundup. Winston's workout drew mixed reviews.

Notre Dame: Tight end Ben Koyack, the No. 7 prospect at his position by, was the top player working out for scouts and coaches at Notre Dame's pro day. Sixteen NFL teams were represented while seven players, including Koyack, took the field on Thursday.READ MORE FROM: BLEACHER REPORT RECAP

South Carolina: A.J. Cann is projected as one of the top guards in this year's draft. Ninteen NFL teams were in attenedance to see Cann and 15 other South Carolina players go through drills. Rory Anderson, one of South Carolina's top prospects and the No. 12 tight end in this year's draft class, per, sat the pro day out with an injury. **READ MORE FROM: THE TIMES AND DEMOCRAT

Photos of QB Jameis Winston at Florida State's pro day in 2015.

Miami:Phillip Dorsett is fast. Really, really fast. Dorsett ran a 4.33-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine, which somewhat of a disappointment as he was one of a handful of players expected to test Chris Johnson's record of 4.24 seconds. At his pro day in Miami, he ran a 4.25, just .01 shy of Johnson's combine record.READ MORE FROM: THE MIAMI HERALD**

Washington: Defensive tackle Danny Shelton didn't have much to prove, but was impressive nonetheless. The 340-pounder went through his workout in a lava-lava Polynesian cloth worn as a skirt. READ MORE FROM: THE SEATTLE TIMES

Other teams with pro days this week: Maryland, Samford, South Alabama, Indiana, Massachusetts, Navy, SMU, Stephen F. Austin, Tarleton State, Ball State and Florida International.

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