|[an error occurred while processing this directive]||
Many of the top draft prospects choose to not work out at the national scouting combine, preferring instead to participate in individual workouts with teams and scouts. We will be updating this page frequently with news from the individual workouts.
Alabama RB Shaun Alexander ran a 4.49 40 at a recent workout.
Penn State LB LaVar Arrington ran a 4.49 40 yard dash and teammate Courtney Brown was timed at 4.53.
Florida State WR Peter Warrick ran a sub-par 40 at his workout. Many scouts timed him in the mid 4.5 range, with one scout having him as high as 4.61.
Michigan State WR Plaxico Burress disappointed with a 4.6 40 yard dash.
Florida WR Travis Taylor ran 4.43 40 yard dash.
Wisconsin RB Ron Dayne weighing in at 250 ran an impressive 4.53 40 yard dash.
Syracuse LB Keith Bulluck ran a 4.43 40 yard dash and teammate Quinton Spotwood ran a 4.35.
Virginia Tech DE John Engelberger ran a 4.56 40 yard dash.
Tennessee RB Jamal Lewis ran a draw dropping 4.37 in the 40 yard dash. Lewis later said, "I just wanted to run like a 4.38 or a 4.39. A lot of teams thought I was running like a 4.5 or 4.6, so I just had to prove them wrong."
West Virgina WR Jerry Porter impressed scouts, running a 4.34 40 yard dash.
Virginia RB Thomas Jones was impressive in his workout, running a 4.43 40 yard dash, a 35" vertical and a 10'4" long jump he also benched 225 lbs 24 times. Should easily go in the top ten probably to the Cardinals.
Miami TE Daniel Franks ran a 4.85 40 yards dash. A little slower then most scouts were expecting.
Send comments to email@example.com