Here's a few notes I've picked up from some pro days over the past few days... Central Florida: Brandon Marshall - I love this kid. He's 6'4 225 lbs and ran a 4.55 40. He runs good routes as well. It's said he was very impressive in receiving drills. I think he's a 3rd round pick and could maybe slip into the 2nd. Missouri: Brad Smith - It's weird that he's not running drills at the WR position because he doesn't figure to be drafted as a QB. He lacks any type of accuracy to be a NFL QB. He confirmed his 40 time at the combine though when he ran another 4.46 at his pro day. Boise State: Daryn Colledge - He's beefed up to 302 lbs, but only added one more rep (22) to his bench press. I still think he's an early 3rd round pick. I guess he could slip into the late 2nd round. Texas A&M: Danieal Manning - He's from Abilene Christian, but he participated in pro day at A&M. He improved his 40 to a 4.43. LSU: Claude Wroten - He benched 225lbs 24 times, but appeared to pull a muscle when running his 40. He had a 2.87 through the first 20 yards so you have to figure he would've ran a 5.1 or 5.2 depending on how strong he would have finished. He might want to try to schedule another day to run so he can show scouts the injury wasn't a big deal. I'm really unsure about the heart of this guy. Some scouts have said it didn't look like it really was a pulled muscle, but that he just didn't want to run. Kyle Williams - He ran a 4.99 40 at 298lbs and looked very quick as well. Miami, FL.: Eric Winston - I hadn't seen any lifting numbers on him yet and I was a little underwhelmed when I saw he only did 22 reps. He has good size so a showing like that won't harm him like it would Daryn Colledge since he has that to fall back on. Regardless, one would like to see a better effort from him. Word is he struggled against bull rushes again in position drills. Roger McIntosh - He ran a 4.6 40. A very solid time for an OLB. He showed good quickness in agility drills as well. Kelly Jennings - He ran a phenomenal 3.96 in the 20-yard shuttle. Sinorice Moss - 41 vertical jump will help more teams look even further past his size. Orien Harris - 5.27 is pretty slow for a guy that's not quite 300 lbs. I think this lowers his stock some more. I can't decide where to put him. Leon Williams - I'm very impressed with him. He's 6'3 245 lbs and runs a 4.56 40. He ran a 4.06 20-yard shuttle at his pro day and had a 34 inch vertical. I think teams running the 3-4 will consider him late in round 2 as an ILB. I've moved him past Parham, Roach, and Hoyte and feel he is the best 3-4 ILB in the draft. Devin Hester - Hester ran a blazing 4.32 at his pro day. He's still a 2nd day selection to me because he probably won't ever be more than a punt returner. Marcus Maxey - 6'1 198lbs and ran a 4.42 40 at his pro day. He also repped 225 17 times. This should push him up the CB rankings a bit. Indiana: Ben Ishola - Ishola is a guy that most haven't heard of. He wasn't invited to the combine. He is a DE/OLB tweener and I think could be a steal for someone late in the draft if they want to develop him. He's 6'2 248 lbs and ran a 4.5 40. He repped 225 30 times and had a 31-inch vertical. Victor Adeyanju - 6'4 267 lbs DE that ran a 4.67 40. He could be an early 2nd day pick since he is also raw in talent. Oklahoma: Davin Joseph - A lot of NFL scouts raved about his position drills. Chris Chester - Was the talk of the pro day. Everyone seems to love his athleticism at 300 lbs. Dusty Dvoracek - He continues to move up draft boards. I have him going early 2nd round for sure now. 6'2 302 lbs and ran a 4.79 40. He repped 225 31 times at the combine as well. He showed good explosion and quickness in other drills as well. Florida: Chad Jackson - He didn't run again, but was said to be very impressive in receiving drills. Dee Webb - Confirmed his 40 times at his pro day. (4.41) Notre Dame - Anthony Fasano - 4.71 40 and was impressive in receiving drills. Maurice Stovall - Improved his 40 to a 4.54. This should keep him in the 2nd round. Matt Shelton - He ran a 4.54 and then a 4.41 40, but refused to do it a third time to help solve the discrepancy. I think that's a bad move on his part. It's hard to believe a 4.41 after you run a 4.54 without stumbling the first time.