Update on Georgia's Pro-Day.
There have been reports circulating that Boss Bailey pulled a hamstring during his first forty and ran a 4.50. We confirmed with several sources that while Bailey did strain his hamstring he still ran in the mid-4.3's (4.37) during his one and only run. The sore hammy did allow him run a second forty. Bailey also had a broad jump of 10-feet 11-inches. We will continue to follow and update.
Both tackle prospects were outstanding as George Foster and Jon Stinchcomb wowed scouts. Foster ran 5.05 at 330-pounds with a 32-inch vertical jump while Stinchcomb turned in a 5.04 and increased the repetitions on his bench press from 32 at the combine to 35 today.
Another tackle, this one defender Johnathan Sullivan, also improved from his combine performance, clocking under 5.00 in the forty. Sullivan was disappointing on the bench though as he barely pushed up 25-reps.
Also of note; several former UGA players performed for scouts. Running back Jasper Sanks and linebacker Adrian Hollingshed showed well as did Durrel Robinson!
Robinson is a very interesting story; highly recruited in 1999, Robinson was one of the most coveted receivers coming out of high-school and was a real catch for Georgia. Multiple problems led to his dismissal from the program and after transferring to junior college there was talk he would enter the draft in 2002. After deciding against that route, Robinson reportedly was to transfer to West Virginia, but that never took hold.
It is unlikely Robinson gets selected with the combination of problems and lack of game experience the last few years but it is worth remembering his name. He was a big time talent at one time.
Early ResultsEarly results from Georgia have Boss Bailey running in the mid 4.3 with an amazing vertical jump of 45.5. If this number stands when we get the official numbers, Bailey would break Chris Chambers combine vertical jump of 45.0 set in 2001.
Early report has RB Musa Smith running in the low 4.4 area.
More information coming in shortly, please stay tuned.