Storm showers and lightning cut short the University of Miami's Pro Day Thursday, forcing the Hurricanes to reschedule the event for March 25 at 9 a.m. Eastern.
Miami is expected to allow any players to participate in the drills on March 25 that had not been completed prior to today's weather delay.
Several of Miami's players were able to begin their workouts before the school's lightning detection alarm went off for the second time. Running back Damien Berry was the early "winner" of the abbreviated workout, shaving nearly two-tenths of a second from the 4.6 times he ran in the 40-yard dash at the Combine to a 4.45 today.
Most of the Hurricanes' top stars -- including wide receiver Leonard Hankerson, defensive lineman Allen Bailey and linebacker Colin McCarthy -- had informed teams that they would not be working out in the measurable drills today, instead choosing to rest on their impressive Combine results. Each player was, however, expected to do the positional drills, which brought quite a contingent of scouts, coaches and front office executives, including some of the league's biggest names. Bill Belichick, Mike Tomlin, Raheem Morris and Jack Del Rio were among the representatives of 29 teams listed by the school's official website as having been expected to attend Thursday's Pro Day.