Justin Hokanson of Auburn Sports tweets the Falcons were among the teams represented at Auburn’s pro day yesterday.
The biggest name prospect for Auburn was offensive tackle Brandon Mosley, who worked out at last month’s Combine. Mosley only performed in positional drills on Tuesday, standing on his Combine numbers. There, he measured 6’6″ 314 pounds, ran a 5.21 40-yard dash, did 30 bench reps, and his 7.43 3-cone drill was the third best among all offensive linemen in Indianapolis. Long snapper Josh Harris was also invited to the Combine, but the 6’1″ 252-pound player opted to try and improve his Combine numbers, as he was able to put up one more bench rep (16) than he did in Indianapolis by working out. He also had an impressive 11 foot, 5-inch broad jump.
Other non-Combine invitees included safety Neiko Thorpe who blazed with a 4.40 40-yard dash time. The 6’1″ 198-pound converted corner only lifted 225 pounds 4 times, but showed impressive athleticism with an 11’5″ broad jump and 38-inch vertical. Linebacker Eltoro Freeman did 28 bench reps, jumped 11 feet, 5 inches in the broad, and had an unofficial 4.70 40 time.
SI.com’s Tony Pauline reports all 32 teams were represented at UCLA’s pro day on Tuesday as well. Wide receiver Nelson Rosario measured out at 6’5 1/2″, 230 pounds, ran a 4.55 40 into the wind, and leaped 36.5 inches on the vertical, and 10 feet, 1 inch on the broad jump. Safety Tony Dye missed most of last season with an injury, ran a 4.56 40, 4.15 short shuttle, 7.02 3-cone, and leaped 36.5 inches on the vertical jump.