Both NFL Combine participates -- tight end Tyler Kroft and fullback Michael Burton -- worked out again for scouts Wednesday, and arguable combine snub Kaleb Johnson did the same on the offensive line.
Kroft ran a 4.72 on scouts' hand timers after he did not participate in the combine with an ankle injury. Now healthy, Kroft's 40-yard dash time would have been third at his position compared to times in Indianapolis. The early NFL departure discussed his workout with Scout.
Burton did not run after a strong combine performance, but went through other drills with scouts during the three-hour session at the Rutgers indoor facilities. The walk-on turned team captain turned NFL Combine participate spoke with Scout about his journey and lessons learned at Rutgers.
Nova threw well and shocked many with a 4.62 40-yard dash.
Scout national recruiting analyst Brian Dohn joined Scarlet Report at pro day with analysis on the workout session.