|David Anderson||Colorado State||WR||4.58||4.61|
|Hank Baskett||New Mexico||WR||4.49||4,45|
|Damarius Bilbo||Georgia Tech||WR||4.68||4.73|
|William Blackmon||Boston College||WR||4.52||4.50|
|Jason Carter||Texas A&M||WR||4.63||4.63|
|Derek Hagan||Arizona State||WR||4.52||4.47|
|Mike Hass||Oregon State||WR||4.63||4.63|
|Santonio Holmes||Ohio State||WR||DNR|
|Adam Jennings||Fresno State||WR||4.48||4.45||4.12||4.21|
|Greg Jennings||Western Michigan||WR||4.48||4.53||4.20||4.16|
|Brandon Marshall||Central Florida||WR||4.60||4.55||DNR||
|Willie Reid||Florida State||WR||4.45||4.50||4.26||4.27|
|Maurice Stovall||Notre Dame||WR||4.63||4.61||4.18||4.14|
|Hubert Walker||Central Missouri State||WR||4.53||4.55||DNR||
|Jeff Webb||San Diego State||WR||4.45||4.44||4.08||4.08|
Chad Jackson of Florida was easily the star of the show. After being the only receiver to get under 4.4-seconds twice, Jackson then put on a pass catching clinic. Jackson practiced as fast as he timed, out running some of the passes thrown by the quarterbacks. His routes were sharp and he caught all but one pass, the final one thrown which was basically uncatchable.
Central Missouri State's Delanie Walker made a lot of money for himself today. Weighing in at 240-pounds on Friday, Walker had a terrific pass catching session today after solid forty times. He showed a lot of natural pass catching skills and was impressive.
Travis Wilson from Oklahoma looked solid as did Demetrius Williams of Oregon. Richie Ross of Nebraska-Kearny stood out, though he was a bit slow. Greg Jennings from Western Michigan also elevated his draft stock with good forty's and a solid pass catching workout.
Former Virginia quarterback Marques Hagans looked solid making the transition to receiver. Hagans displayed good eye-hand coordination, body control and route quickness.
Michigan's Jason Avant also caught the ball well. Though scouts were surprised that, after making the announcement he would not run the forty because of a strained hamstring, Avant took part in the pass catching workout.
Some did not fare as well.
Hank Baskett practiced slower then he timed. Martin Nance was slower then expected and had a tough day catching the ball. Hofstra's Marques Colston ran well then was hot and cold catching the ball.