Scouts from all 32 NFL teams were inside the Sherman E. Smith Center on Tuesday for Oklahoma State’s Pro Day. Several former Cowboys are working out in hopes of improving their draft stock. Check out who is and is not working out and social media highlights and reaction below.
Here is the pro day roster, courtesy of the Tulsa World’s Mark Cooper.
Running back Justice Hill did not work out during OSU’s pro day, but did show up for interviews with teams. He declined to speak to the media.
One of the biggest surprises of the day was quarterback Tyler Cornelius running a 4.65-second unofficial 40-yard dash time. That’s pretty fast for a QB and really fast if you watched Cornelius play last season, granted that he did do a good job running the ball last season.
He left his own hairline in the dust!
To the surprise of probably nobody but impressive nonetheless, Tyron Johnson aka “Swaggy T” ran a blazing 4.33 time.
Johnson also put up 15 reps on the bench press, more than most thought he would. He is having a good pro day thus far, which is beneficial for his draft stock after an on-and-off career at OSU. He even got some love from Jalen McCleskey’s dad, JJ.
Oh look, here’s part of the reason why OSU has been so good at blocking kicks!
At #OKState’s Pro Day. At a distance, but believe we just watched DE Jarrell Owens register a 39-inch vertical. Top vertical among ends at the combine was 40.— Mark Cooper (@mark_cooperjr) March 12, 2019
Cincinnatti Bengals running backs coach and former OSU coach Jemel Singleton enjoyed his trip back to Stillwater.
Oh yeah.....It’s about to go down!!! pic.twitter.com/iDCwFznSMW— Jemal Singleton (@CoachSings) March 12, 2019
Check back with CRFF for Phillip’s five pro day takeaways!