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Pro Day Roundup: Week 2

Results from this week's pro days.

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Notes, photos and a video from Marcus Mariota's pro day.USC:

Defensive end Leonard Williams (6-foot-4 3/8, 304 pounds) stood on his numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine. Instead, he focused on his positional workout.(READ MORE)WEST VIRGINIA:

West Virginia wide receiver Kevin White, who's trying to prove he should be the first player from his position off of the board in the 2015 NFL draft, took part in limited drills at the Mountaineers' pro day.(READ MORE)OHIO STATE:

Defensive tackle Michael Bennett and wide receiver Devin Smith, perhaps the best deep threat in the draft, are considered the top Buckeyes prospects. Tight end Jeff Heuerman, who was unable to work out at the NFL Scouting Combine, and cornerback Doran Grant also should be closely scrutinized.(READ MORE)ALABAMA:

Representatives from all 32 NFL teams, including a large contingent of coaches for the New Orleans Saints, were present at Alabama's pro day on Wednesday. A total of 16 players worked out indoors on FieldTurf at an extremely well-organized pro day event.** (READ MORE)

UCLA: **

Quarterback Brett Hundley (6-foot-3 1/8, 227 pounds) did a scripted workout run by UCLA offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone. Hundley has a good arm and was very accurate. Hundley is athletic; he was a top performer among quarterbacks in each drill he participated in at the NFL Scouting Combine, including a record time in the 20-yard shuttle for a quarterback at the combine.(READ MORE)LOUISVILLE:

Louisville's DeVante Parker generally is considered the No. 3 wide receiver available in the 2015 NFL Draft, behind Kevin White and Amari Cooper, and he seems to be a first-round lock. Parker was the main attraction Wednesday at Louisville's pro day, although he elected to stand on his 40-yard dash time from the NFL Scouting Combine (4.45).(READ MORE)OKLAHOMA:

Dorial Green-Beckham created quite a buzz with his spectacular performance at the NFL Scouting Combine a few weeks ago. Scouts left Indianapolis impressed with his size, athleticism and natural ball skills as a receiver. Most important, in meetings, Green-Beckham reportedly owned up to his transgressions of the past. (READ MORE)


KENTUCKY: Count the San Diego Chargers, Cincinnati Bengals and San Francisco 49ers among the NFL teams that have shown draft interest in Kentucky pass rusher Bud Dupree, who went through the Wildcats' pro-day event on Thursday. (READ MORE)MICHIGAN: **

While Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota turned in a pro day performance that left some analysts feeling underwhelmed, Devin Funchess was busy overwhelming those on hand for Michigan's pro day.(READ MORE)GRAND VALLEY STATE:

A total of nine prospects -- eight from Grand Valley State and one from Ferris State -- worked out indoors on FieldTurf. One of those prospects is a potential free-agent pickup for an NFL team following the draft. (READ MORE)TULSA:

Tulsa safety DeMarco Nelson (6-foot-0, 197 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 4.65 seconds against the wind and 4.58 seconds with the wind. He had a 30 1/2-inch vertical jump, which was said to be a disappointment since Nelson had been measured jumping much higher leading up to the pro day. **(READ MORE)


The player the NFL personnel were on hand to see in action was wide receiver J.J. Nelson, who posted the fastest 40-yard dash time (4.28 seconds) at the NFL Scouting Combine. (READ MORE)

ARIZONA: A total of 12 Wildcats players worked out, but one in particular stood out. Wide receiver Austin Hill (6-foot-2 1/4, 214 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 4.62 and 4.57 seconds. He had a 36 1/2-inch vertical jump and a 10-foot-9 broad jump. (READ MORE)EASTERN WASHINGTON: Offensive tackle Jake Rodgers (6-foot-5 3/4, 315 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 5.24 seconds on both attempts. He had a 30 1/2-inch vertical jump and an 8-foot-10 broad jump. He did the three-cone drill in 8.04 seconds and the 20-yard short shuttle in 4.81 seconds. (READ MORE)
*Other schools that had Pro Days this week:Montana, Northern Arizona, Akron, Army, Harvard, Kansas State, Kent State, Monmouth, Samford, Tennessee State, Central Arkansas, Cincinatti, Colorado State, Emporia State, Marshall, Rutgers, South Florida, Wisconsin, Buffalo, Delaware, Fresno State, Idaho, Miami (OH), Oklahoma State, UNLV, Washington State, Wyoming, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Hobart, Oregon State.

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