http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap20...-about-defensive-prospects-at-pro-dayworkouts DE Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech: Another player who didn't workout at the combine, Attaochu was the star attraction at Georgia Tech's pro day and ran a great 40 time of 4.57 seconds at 249 pounds. In addition to showing off his speed, he ran through a number of drills that showed how well he could move in space Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State: There aren't many pass rushers who can get after the quarterback like Lawrence available this year, and he showed he can be a fit in any base defense by going through linebacker drills at the Broncos' pro day. It's possible he will even sneak into the first round as teams look to grab him before the second day starts LBS Carl Bradford, Arizona State: It seemed like Bradford was always overshadowed by others while playing for the Sun Devils but he stated his case to be a second-day pick at his pro day. He hit 4.68 on the stopwatch in the 40 and had a good positional drill workout DT Khyri Thornton, Southern Miss: One of the few NFL prospects on the Golden Eagles' roster the past two years, Thornton had a great workout for scouts that might have moved him from a third-day selection (Rounds 4-7) to somebody that goes at the end of the second day (Rounds 2-3) Defensive tackle Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh: Donald was already considered a likely first-rounder, but he blew up at the NFL Scouting Combine to jump into the conversation as a potential top-15 pick. His pro day solidified his status and likely alleviated any concerns teams might have about what he lacks in size.