Hunter and Patterson - Jim Brown-US PRESSWIRE
We take a look at notable prospects who have a scheduled pro day Wednesday
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'' frame to win jump balls. At his Baylor pro day, Williams will look to improve upon an underwhelming 4.52 combine forty.
Mike Glennon, QB, NC State: Glennon had a very shaky combine and must have a better outing today if he wants to prevent his draft stock from plummeting. 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 with sufficient accuracy.
Tennessee: The Volunteers have two receivers with a chance of being drafted in the first round: Cordarrelle Patterson and Justin Hunter. Patterson will more than likely be a top fifteen selection, and Hunter could be had towards 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 favorite passers in this draft's mediocre QB crop. Bray had a good combine, delivering passes with power and better accuracy than I previously expected.
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. His 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 played for a bigger school this season, you would be hearing more about Da'Rick Rogers.
Star Lotulelei, DL, Utah: Lotulelei didn't have the opportunity to participate in combine drills because of health concerns that came to light. Star will hope to quell those health concerns today and prove he is worth a top ten pick.