Pro Day Review – March 15th

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Now that the Combine is over, NFL personnel are in the thick of the Pro Day schedule traveling all over the country working out prospects. As there are so many Pro Days across the country, we cannot be everywhere at once, so we rely upon a network of NFL sources that we have built during our time working for the Rams and Browns. Below is a breakdown of what we have been told by different NFL sources at these workouts:

1. Grand Valley State: Charles Johnson, WR (6020, 215 and 4.36 – All from Pro Day): A very gifted athlete, Johnson’s workout Monday dramatically helped his draft stock. Most “double transfer” players are vied with real caution as there are usually some real character/maturity questions, but according to sources Johnson is a good kid who will not be a problem for an NFL team. Although he was highly productive, over 1,000 yards receiving in each of his two seasons playing football at Grand Valley State, NFL scouts told us that they felt he was still raw as a receiver and more of a developmental prospect who would be a late round selection. Not only did Johnson test excellent in the Combine drills at his Pro Day (He ran a 4.36 at 215 pounds, vertical jumped 39

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