Clemson running back CJ Spiller will wait until his Pro Day to do most of the drills, but elected to participate in the bench press today (19 reps) and will run the 40-yard dash tomorrow.
Despite repeatedly being asked by the media during today's question and answer session, Spiller was unwilling to predict how fast he'd run.
However, his track history and explosive speed on the football field make it likely that he'll turn in one of the year's fastest times. Spiller finished second to former teammate Jacoby Ford (wide receiver) in the 100 meter dash during the ACC Championship. Spiller's personal best in the 100 meters was 10.22 seconds. He's has 21 touchdowns of 50 yards or more.
Spiller leaves Clemson as the ACC career leader with 7,588 all-purpose yards. He was the only FBS back to score at least one touchdown in every game this season and was the ACC Player of the Year.
He's NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated running back and a potential top ten selection.