STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State held its annual pro timing day at Boone Pickens Stadium Wednesday with several members of the senior class of 2009 running through a battery of measurements, tests and drills in front of 40 official NFL personnel representing 27 different teams. General managers from three NFL franchises were on hand to catch the action.
The day began in OSU’s sparkling new weight room facility, where the Cowboys were measured for height and weight. At taller than six feet, six inches, offensive lineman Brady Bond was the tallest member of the group. Fellow offensive lineman Russell Okung came in at six-foot-five and three-quarters and weighed 310 pounds.
Once everyone was measured, selected players moved to the vertical jump station, where former OSU safety Quinton Moore (the only player from the senior class of 2008 participating in tests) was the star with

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