4.35 at 239 pounds! Case closed…
Outstanding in every skill drill. Far better speed then anticipated.
Great looking on the hoof, with the speed, athletic ability, and tenacity one looks for at the position.
A man who should be a fixture at the left tackle position for many years to come.
Runs like a scalded dog. The NFL powers to be pay handsomely for people who can rush the passer. Get your checkbook out boys…
A real up the seam receiving threat with outstanding athletic ability and dexterity. Only needs to improve his core strength to become another in the line of elite TE's produced by the Canes.
Senior Bowl tackling machine makes it look easy. Explosive hitter with run and close ability.
About as athletic looking a center as I have seen in some time. Alert and smart.
Didn't think he possessed the vertical speed he showed at Indy. Position skills and size have always been impressive
Little known Jr running back who played in a three man rotation in 06. This former California state prep champion in the 100 meters combines size (5112v - 230v), speed (4.40v), and strength (26 times @ 225) and is sure to attract a lot of attention from scouts and coaches over the next two months.
2) Mike Mason Tennessee State WR
One of the nation's top prep receiving prospects, Mike attended North Carolina where he had problems with injuries and off the field concerns. Had a solid workout and put together two sub 4.50 / 40's (4.44 & 4.46).
3) Claude "Turk" McBride Tennessee DT
Turk came on to have an outstanding year in 06 and continued with a very solid combine workout. Is still a tad undersized, but has a lot of what clubs want on the inside.
4) Yamon Figures Kansas State WR
Considered by most a second level receiving prospect prior to Indy, his 4.31v & 4.36v / 40 times have quickly made him a household name in professional scouting circles. Also a dangerous punt returner.
A virtual unknown who has caused most scouts and coaches attending U of Miami
pro day to adjust their travel schedule. His 4.46/40 time got people's attention
quickly in the dome.
6) Aundrae Allison ECU WR
Has come a very long way in a very short period of time. 4.39v best time in the 40!!!
Considered by many the third rated player at the LB position for the Lions, Tim turned in a best time 4.48/40 along with an impressive position workout.
8) Allen Barbre Missouri So OG
A 6040v - 300v with impressive running skills (4.88v).
Another big athlete with quickness and body control
Tom Marino is a veteran of 35 years in the player personnel field, most recently with the St. Louis Rams. He has worked in three professional leagues (NFL, USFL, and WFL), and among his many accomplishments, is credited with the discovery of Eric Swann, the first non-collegiate player since 1946 to be selected in the 1st round of the NFL college draft.