Some of the early results are coming in from Miami's Pro Day, which featured a virtual "who's who" of names watching the players. (UPDATE: Weather cut the pro day short in Miami and it's been rescheduled.) Here are the highlights:
Running back Damien Berry shaved nearly two-tenths of a second off of his Combine time in the 40-yard dash. Weighing in five pounds less today (206) than he did in Indianapolis, Berry was clocked in at 4.45 seconds, according to the Univerisity of Miami official website. He had been timed between 4.59 and 4.67 at the Combine.
Another Miami running back, Graig Cooper, ran a similar time (4.6) as what he ran at the Combine.
The early results for potential first round cornerback Brandon Harris weren't as positive yet. He attempted to improve upon his 35.5" vertical jump, but dropped to 34.5" today.
Most of the 'Canes top prospects -- including WR Leonard Hankerson, DL Allen Bailey, LB Colin McCarthy and Combine-star CB DeMarcus Van Dyke are standing on the numbers they put up in Indianapolis.
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