Posted: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 20, 2013
By Trevor Woods
We have multiple first round prospects participating in pro days today.
Scheduled Pro Days for March 20: Ball State, Baylor, Central Florida, North Carolina State, Ohio, Sacramento State, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia Tech, Western Kentucky
Terrance Williams, WR Baylor: A former RG III target, Williams is a fast and tall wideout. While not the most physical player, Williams utilizes his 6'2 height to win jump balls. A 4.52 combine forty will be looked to be improved upon at the Baylor pro day.
Mike Glennon, QB NC State: Glennon had a very shaky combine and will have to have a better day today if he doesn't want his stock to plummet. During combine drills, Glennon was highly inaccurate. He has a strong arm, but that doesn't mean a thing if he can't deliver it to the receiver.
Tennessee: The Volunteers have two receivers who have a chance at going in the first round, Cordarrelle Patterson and Justin Hunter. Patterson will more than likely a top fifteen selection, and Hunter could be had toward the end of the first. Despite Patterson being ranked a little higher, the talent gap between the two is debatable. Quarterback Tyler Bray is one of my favorites in this years mediocre QB crop. Bray had a good combine, delivering passes with power and better accuracy than I expected from him.
Da'Rick Rogers, WR Tennessee Tech: Da' Rick will be taking part in Tennessee's pro day. Rogers transferred from Tennessee and had a great season for Tech, hauling in eleven touchdowns. Rogers stock could rise with a solid performance today. Rogers had an impressive 39.5 vertical jump at the combine to go along with a 4.52 forty. At 6'2", those are really good numbers. Rogers could be a nice sleeper pick in this year's class. If he was at a bigger school this season, you would be hearing more about him.
Star Lotulelei, DL Utah: Lotuleli didn't get to participate in combine drills because of health concerns that came to light. Star will hope to quell health concerns today and prove he is worth a top ten pick.