LeGarrette Blount arrived for Oregon’s pro day Thursday at the Moshofsky Center with one goal in mind: Run fast and improve his stock for the upcoming NFL draft. The Oregon running back was pleased after posting an unofficial time of 4.54 in the 40-yard dash, nearly one tenth of a second faster than he ran last month at the NFL combine in Indianapolis. Running in shorts and without a shirt, Blount looked in shape at a muscular 238 pounds. “It was pretty nerve wracking at the combine, so many people watching you, the hype. You can’t relax at all,” Blount said. “Here I had familiar surroundings. I was more relaxed, more laid back.” Scouts from the Cleveland Browns and BC Lions of the Canadian Football League were in attendance. Regarded as one of the nation’s premier running backs entering the 2009 season, Blount’s senior season was derailed in the opener

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