Danielle Hunter wows scouts with dazzling pro

cheap nike nfl jerseys from china Offensive tackle La’el Collins (6 4 5/8, 320) is very athletic and had a really good positional workout. He wholesale nfl jerseys is described as the typical small town Louisiana kid.
Running back Kenny Hilliard (5 11 1/2, 223) ran the 40 yard dash in 4.69 and 4.68 seconds. He had a 29 inch vertical jump. He also performed 16 reps of 225 pounds cheap nba jerseys on the bench press. Hilliard has quick feet for his size and did a good job catching the ball out of the back.
Defensive end Danielle Hunter (6 5 1/4, 251) had a 36 1/2 inch vertical jump and 10 foot 10 broad jump. He did the 20 yard short shuttle in 4.47 seconds and the three cone drill in 6.95 seconds, which is really fast and shows his tremendous change of direction abilities. Hunter ran a 4.57 40 at the NFL Scouting Combine, which was .
Hunter blew the scouts on hand out of the water with his workout. He started slowly in the pass drop drills, but ended up having a very good performance. He caught the ball well when dropping into space, and also did a good job in the pass rush drills. Hunter is described as having great upside. One of the scouts at LSU’s pro day said that in his mind Hunter is a better prospect than Barkevious Mingo the No. 6 overall pick in the by the Cleveland Browns was two years ago.
Running back Terrence Magee (5 8 3/4, 210) ran the 40 in 4.65 and 4.66 seconds. He had a cheap authentic nba brooklyn nets jerseys wholesale good workout, catching the ball well coming out of the backfield.


Outside linebacker Jermaurie Rasco (6 3, 247) ran the 40 in 4.75 and 4.79 seconds. He had a 28 1/2 inch vertical jump and 9 foot broad jump. He did the short shuttle in 4.65 seconds and the three cone drill in 7.11 seconds. He performed 12 strength lifts, but has a shoulder problem so unable to perform better on the bench press. Rasco was better going forward with his hand in the ground than in space in linebacker drills. Pass rushing defensive end might be his best position moving forward.
Strong safety Ronald Martin (6 football jerseys 0 1/2, 200) ran the 40 in 4.64 and 4.63 seconds. He had a 33 1/2 inch vertical jump and 10 foot 1 broad jump. Martin a former wide receiver caught the ball well in drills. Martin who has lost about 10 pounds since the end of the 2014 season is a priority free agent possibility for a team following the conclusion of the 2015 NFL Draft.

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