Former Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett shed his New England Patriots' uniform for a day and threw passes to Razorbacks pass-catchers during Wednesday's Pro Day. Unfortunately for the current Hogs looking to be drafted into the NFL, Mallett was one of the few who impressed.
Some in the NFL have said there are potential starters to be found at wide receiver in the third and fourth rounds. One of these players could be the New Mexico State junior, whose talents drew reps from nearly half the league's teams out to Las Cruces Wednesday to watch his Pro Day.
Oregon State wideout Brandin Cooks continued his assault on the NFL Combine with the fastest time recorded in the 60-yard shuttle in at least nine years. Two other players from the west could see an even greater draft-day spike due to their surprising times. Two from the reigning champion Seminoles? Their results weren't as impressive.
Auburn redshirt sophomore Greg Robinson's smooth athleticism and immense potential at 6-5, 327, might push Texas A&M left tackle Jake Matthews down a peg in the 2014 NFL Draft, but Matthews isn't sliding without a fight.