Few collegiate programs are as accomodating as LSU to the media and fans when it comes to Pro Day results. LSU has actually provided a link from their main athletics page,lsusports.net to the results of today's Pro Day. I've copied the link below.
The most significant statistical improvement from the Pro Day came from inside linebacker Darry Beckwith and safety Curtis Taylor. As the LSU page notes, Beckwith improved upon a 4.77 time in the 40-yard dash at the Combine to run a 4.65 Monday. Beckwith's times in Indianapolis were better than those ran by the two top-rated inside linebackers of the draft, USC's Rey Maualuga and Ohio State's James Laurinaitis.Taylor had an ever greater improvement, churning out a 4.49 second 40-yard dash time after registering a 4.64 in Indianapolis.
Defensive end Tyson Jackson will be LSU's highest drafted prospect. He elected to stick with most of his results from the Combine, with the exception of positional drills and the bench press. Jackson, 6-4, 296, was a bit disappointing in the bench press, lifting the bar only 20 times.
Three former LSU players were on hand to take advantage of the estimated 25 teams represented by scouts Monday. Linebacker Trev Faulk was among the former players working out.
The link is: http://www.lsusports.net/ViewArticl