Cal quarterback Jared Goff threw in front of all 32 NFL teams at Cal's Pro Day, and Bryce Treggs ran a 4.36 40

BERKELEY -- Who helped themselves the most at Pro Day? We take a quick look at some of the 19 participants, including Jared Goff.

BERKELEY -- Former California Golden Bears quarterback Jared Goff threw for scouts from all 32 NFL teams, with several general managers and head coaches in the house, including the San Francisco 49ersChip Kelly and the Cleveland BrownsHue Jackson. Both teams need quarterbacks, with the Browns having parted ways with the troubled Johnny Manziel, and turmoil bubbling up around the 49ers' relationship with Colin Kaepernick. Goff threw 69 scripted plays, mostly simulated from under center, with his six draft-eligible receivers: Stephen Anderson (89), Darius Powe (10), Kenny Lawler (4), Maurice Harris (3), Trevor Davis (9) and Bryce Treggs (1), as well as running back Daniel Lasco. the end of Goff's day, after his 69 throws, NFL teams asked him to throw wet balls, which he did, and looked very comfortable. Goff looked a bit bigger than when he left Berkeley, checking in at 218 pounds -- three more than he was at the NFL Combine.

Treggs perhaps had the biggest day, registering 40 times between 4.31 and 4.41, mostly settling in at 4.36. His unofficial time was a 4.29. Treggs's hands-- which measured in at 9 1/8 inches -- during Goff's throwing session were superb, and he opened a lot of eyes, according to a source. 

Harris also acquitted himself well, showing off his sticky hands and plus-plus ball skills, with one unofficial number had him as low as a 4.4 in the 40.

Powe clocked in at a 4.38, particularly impressive for a 6-foot-3, 220-pounder. 

Defensive end Kyle Kragen also participated, and has been told by scouts to work out more at linebacker, given his undersized frame for defensive end. He got good feedback from his NFLPA Bowl appearance, but has no workouts scheduled yet. Kragen clocked one hand-timed 40 of 4.77, but the consensus was 4.83. He also turned in a 37-inch vertical leap, and 23 reps on the bench press.

Mustafa Jalil looked to have leaned out a bit, and ran well in the 40 and the three-cone drill, though no unofficial numbers were available. He did hit 24 reps in the 225-pound bench press, while fellow defensive tackle Trevor Kelly hit 19 reps. Jalil checked in at just over 6-foot-5, and 306 pounds, with a tape-stretching 81 1/3-inch wingspan and by far the largest paws of the day -- 11 1/8-inch hands.

The top vertical on the day was safety Stefan McClure, who, with a twice-repaired knee, jumped 38 inches. Lawler checked in with a leap of 34.5 inches.

Powe notched one of the day's biggest broad jumps, at 10 feet, unofficially, right behind Treggs, who jumped 10-foot-2, and linebacker Nathan Broussard, who hit 10-foot-1. Linebacker Jalen Jefferson also turned in a 10-foot-2 broad jump, and a 40 in the low-4.7s.

Powe had the second-largest wingspan at an unofficial 79.25 inches, while Lawler checked in with a 79 7/8 wingspan. Top Stories