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2011 NFL Pro Days: Titus Young, Vincent Brown And Wide Receivers

2011 NFL Pro Days continue today as we make our way towards the 2011 NFL Draft. Today's Pro Days include Boise State, Maine, Middle Tennessee State, UNLV, New Hampshire, New Mexico, San Diego State, South Florida, Southern Illinois, Tennessee State, and Western Kentucky. We don't have one monster name performing today, but it is an interesting day for wide receivers if you're looking at that position in the first few rounds.

Today's Pro Days will give us a chance to hear some more about wide receivers Titus Young (Boise State) and Vincent Brown (San Diego State). Scouts Inc rates Young as the sixth best wide receiver (51st overall player) and Brown as the 14th best wide receiver (110th overall player). A stroll around the Internet has the two of them ranked in approximately the same places, give or take a spot or two.

Brown was a guy who had a strong Senior Bowl, but had some questions about his speed. Rob Rang said that his poor NFL Combine 40 time was enough to drop him a bit. He came in at approximately 4.68, with that being sufficient to earn him a slow tag. How much does a poor 40-time affect your opinion of Brown? It's not like he was considered a first round target our own Drew K projected him in the 2nd-3rd round (as did many others). However, one has to wonder where this 40-time will leave his draft stock.

I'd imagine Brown will use the Pro Day to run the 40 again, so let's keep an eye out for information as to this result. This could make or break his draft result.

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