Day was timed electronically at 4.52 at the pre-combine testing, then went out and starred in the on-on-one drills. Before the completion of the event, people who hadn't heard of Dana Day, now knew his name.
"I think I did good, but I know I can play better," Day said. "I came down here to prove myself and I came to the facility hungry to prove I can play with the best. I just want college coaches to know I can play and I'm a good person. I'm an honor student and I carry a 3.5 GPA."
Day, who suffered a knee injury as a sophomore, said he is 100% healed and ready to prove himself as a college prospect.
"I tore my ACL as a sophomore, but I'm good to go now," he stressed. "I'm running indoor track and I gave up basketball to work out all winter. I was in the rotation all year at Glenville. I played wide receiver, defensive back and returned kicks. I know I will be more involved in the offense next year with Christian Bryant and Latwan Anderson leaving."
Day, 5-foot-7, 160-pounds, was one of several Glenville players that had impressive showings at the Junior Combine. Stay tuned as Scout.com brings more reports from San Antonio.