Here are a few quick hitters:
>Of the players working to showcase themselves, Kris Durham had by far the best day. He had an impressive broad jump of 10'8 that was scratched after he fell back on the landing. Scouts still took note of the jump. Officially, Durham recorded a 10'1 in the broad. But his vertical jump of 35.5 and the unofficial broad further proved his athleticism.
Durham then ran a 4.43 in the 40, but again, some scouts clocked him under 4.4. So, while some of Durham's stats were of the unofficial variety, he still impressed.
"I think he surprised some people," said receiver A.J. Green.
>Here are a few stats from players who went through the bench (reps with 225 pounds):
Darryl Gamble: 22
Demarcus Dobbs: 20
Kris Durham: 17
Kiante Tripp: 24
>Tripp showed great strength, and I saw a Patriots scout request to speak to Tripp.
>As for the headliners, Houston ran the 40 and went through a few drills. I saw one stopwatch of a scout that read 4.64 after he ran. Again, that's unofficial, but it is the number the scout wrote down for himself, so it had to mean something to somebody.
>A.J. did not do anything, other than catch a few passes. I saw him talking to scouts from the Bengals quite a few times.
>There were quite a few former players on hand: Matt Stafford, Curran, Fred Gibson, Geno Atkins, David Pollack, Max Jean-Gilles, Mohamed Massaquoi, Joe Cox, Prince Miller, Bryan Evans, etc.