The NFL Draft is fast approaching. Draftees have just one more chance to make an impression upon their future employers: pro days. This is the time for national scouts to get a more intimate look at first-grade talent and perhaps a more illuminating, a perspective on prospects who would otherwise go unnoticed.
With nearly half of the pro day workouts wrapped up, here is a look at a few players who are riding the coattails of a good workout to an early draft slot…and a few others who aren’t.
Going into Cal’s pro day, it was clear RB Jahvid Best was the headline event. However, Best opted to stand on his numbers from the combine, opening the door for the other Golden Bears to make an impression.
Despite feeling ill for the better part of the week, OT Mike Tepper performed a full