Ravens take in Kyle Wilson's workout

OWINGS MILLS – Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson ran the 40-yard dash in a range between 4.39 seconds and 4.43 seconds at his campus Pro Day workout Friday. And the Baltimore Ravens were watching with secondary coach Chuck Pagano in attendance.

Regarded as a lock for the second half of the first round, Wilson solidified his status with another strong workout as he has fully recovered from a strained hamstring.

He also registered a 38-inch vertical leap, a 10-2 broad jump, a 6.74 in the three-cone drill, a 4.02 in the short shuttle and an 11.4 in the 60-yard shuttle.

Every NFL team attended the workout, which includes attendance from six secondary coaches: Baltimore as well as the St. Louis Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, Philadelphia Eagles, Arizona Cardinals and the San Francisco 49ers.

The Eagles ran the workout drills.

The Minnesota Vikings clocked Wilson with the 4.39. The slowest time recorded was 4.47 seconds.

Wilson's representatives said he has visits scheduled with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Dallas Cowboys, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans and the St. Louis Rams.

Wilson dropped just one pass during the indoor workout.

The Ravens were impressed with Wilson during the Senior Bowl practices.

"He's had a good week," Ravens director of player personnel Eric DeCosta told the Times heading into the Mobile, Ala., all-star game. "He's made some plays. He's shown some quickness and speed and ability to finish and tackle well. He's a good prospect."

NOTE: The Ravens have attended several cornerbacks' workouts this spring, including Chris Cook (University of Virginia), Devin McCourty (Rutgers), Kareem Jackson and Javier Arenas (Alabama), Patrick Robinson (Florida State) and Joe Haden (Florida).


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