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PRO DAYS: Results + Schedule for Utah, BYU, USU and Weber St. NFL workouts

Utah State(March 23)

– The Aggies have produced 141 NFL players(12 active, 1 Hall-of-Fame) – 

  • OL Demytrick Ali’ifua (6-foot-2.75”, 319 pounds), DE Jaylin Bannerman (6-4.25, 236), S Shaq Bond (5-10.25, 190), WR Brandon Bowling (5-9.25, 183), LB Cash Gilliam (5-10.50, 201), DE Nick Heninger (6-2.15, 229), RB Devonta’e Henry-Cole (5-7.25, 193), CB Kyle Mayberry (5-8.50, 184), DT Marcus Moore (6-2.25, 281), WR Jordan Nathan (5-8, 177), LB Justin Rice (6-1.50, 226), WR Savon Scarver (5-10.5, 184), TE Carson Terrell (6-4.50, 248), WR Deven Thompkins (5-6.5, 167) and WR Derek Wright (6-0.5,193).

Moore had perhaps the best showing of the day as he bench-pressed 225 pounds 32 times, ran a sub-4.75-second 40-yard time and had a 34.5-inch vertical jump, all of which would have been tops among all defensive tackles at this year’s NFL Combine. Moore also recorded a 9-10 broad jump, a 7.43 three-cone run and a 4.53 short-shuttle run, which would have ranked second, third and third, respectively, among all defensive tackles at the Combine.

Heninger also performed well as he recorded 30 reps on the bench press, which would have been tops among all defensive ends at the Combine, ran a sub-4.75-second 40-yard time, had a 36.0-inch vertical jump and a 9-11 broad jump. Heninger also posted times of 7.18 in the three-cone run and 4.43 in the short-shuttle run, which would have ranked fourth and eighth, respectively, among all defensive ends at the Combine.

Wright was another player that tested well as he bench-pressed 225 pounds 21 times, which would have been tops among all receivers at this year’s Combine, ran a sub-4.55-second 40-yard time, had a 7.00 three-cone run, which would have ranked fourth among all receivers at the Combine, and had marks of 10-9 in the broad jump and 38.0-inches in the vertical jump, both of which would have ranked seventh among all receivers at the Combine.

Other top performers included Henry-Cole, Scarver and Thompkins, who each ran sub-4.5-second 40-yard times. Thompkins also had times of 6.98 in the three-cone run and 4.18 in the short shuttle, as both would have ranked third among all receivers at this year’s Combine, and marks of 11-0 in the broad jump and 38.5-inches in the vertical jump, which would have ranked fifth and sixth, respectively, among all receivers at the Combine. Henry-Cole posted marks of 10-11 in the broad jump and 39.5-inches in the vertical jump, which would have ranked first and second, respectively, among all running backs at this year’s Combine.

All times and marks listed above are unofficial.

-Doug Hoffman, USU Media Relations

Weber State(March 23)

– The Wildcats have put 38 players into the NFL(3 active) –

  • Rashid Shaheed(KR/WR)
  • Jared Schiess(DL)
  • Preston Smith(S)
  • Conner Mortensen(LB)
  • Sherwin Lavaka(LB)
  • BJ Taufalele(LB)
  • Ben Bos(C)
  • Ty Whitworth(OL)
  • Dave Jones(RB)
  • Randal Grimes(WR)

UTAH(March 24)

– The Utes have produced 208 NFL players(32 active, 2 Hall-of-Fame) – 

  • Britain Covey(WR/KR)
  • Vonte Davis(S)
  • Nick Ford(OL)
  • Cole Fotheringham(TE)
  • Theo Howard(WR)
  • Devin Lloyd(LB)
  • Keegan Markgraf(LS)
  • Brandon McKinney(S)
  • Viane Moala(DT)
  • Ali’i Niumatalolo(TE/FB)
  • Bamidele Olaseni(OL)
  • TJ Pledger(RB)
  • Hauati Pututau(DL)
  • Nephi Sewell(LB)
  • Mika Tafua(DE)
  • Maxs Tupai(DE/LB)
  • Tyrone Young-Smith(WR)
  • Mufi Hill-Hunt(OL)

BYU(March 25)

– The Cougars have put 183 players into the NFL(18 active, 1 Hall-of-Fame) – 

  • Samson Nacua(WR)
  • Neil Pau’u(WR)
  • Tyler Allgeier(RB)
  • James Empey(C)
  • Uriah Leiataua(DL)
  • Baylor Romney(QB)

 

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