GBNReport: 2011 PRO DAY RESULTS latest

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    All 32 NFL teams were represented at the Alabama pro day including Denver Executive VP of Football Operations John Elway and head coach John Fox, Cleveland GM Tom Heckert, San Francisco GM Trent Baalke, Buffalo GM Buddy Nix, and Carolina head coach Ron Rivera. RB Mark Ingram reportedly improved on his disappointing 4.62 40 time at the combine by running in the 4.5 range at the Tide pro day.

    With childhood friend Mark Sanchez throwig him the ball, WR Scotty McKnight had a solid day catching the ball after reportedly running just 4.5 seconds in the 40.

    29 NFL teams were represented at the Northwestern pro day which also hosted over 30 local players from smaller schools including Southern Illinois CB Korey Lindsey, who pulled a hamstring on his second 40-yard dash and wasn't able to finish the workout, but did clock a 4.51 time on his first run. NU DT Corbin Bryant ran in the 5.1 second range at the 40, while unheralded North Central LB Matt Wenger ran a 4.58 40 at 233 pounds.
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    Please note times reported below are unofficial and have not been adjusted for differences in running surfaces.

    Representatives of 14 NFL teams were the A&M workout with most on hand to catch a glimpse of OLB Von Miller. And Miller, who wowed everyone at the combine and could have sat out the Aggies' pro day, obliged and put on another athletic display which included running the 40 in around 4.50 seconds. Among other former Aggies that worked out, DT Lucas Patterson put on a solid performance as the 6-4, 293-pounder ran a 5.10 40, posted 32 reps in the bench press and a 30.5" VL, while C Matt Allen (6-2, 285) ran a 5.26 40 had did 23 reps in the BP.

    At least a couple of former Cal Bears may have sent NFL scouts back to the game tapes. WR/KR Jeremy Ross, for one, reportedly ran in the low 4.4 range for the 40, posted a 39" VL and ran the short shuttle in 4.15 seconds. Meanwhile, CB Bryant Nnabuife was even quicker over the short shuttle as he clocked a 4.06 time, while posting a very athletic 40" VL.

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