Last week was Penn State’s pro day where 22 Nittany Lions strutted their stuff in front of 32 NFL scouts. The highlight of the day was probably Daryll Clark’s 4.61 time in the 40.
Navorro Bowman, Sean Lee and Josh Hull all took advantage of the fast track at Penn State to improve on their time in the 40’s. Bowman, who is about eight pounds heavier (237) than he was when he played in the Capital One Bowl in January, ran a 4.61, down from 4.72 in Indianapolis
Odrick, Penn State’s most likely first-round pick, considered his numbers at the combine (5.03 seconds in the 40, 8 feet, 10 inches in the broad jump, 26 bench press repetitions of 225 pounds) “solid,” but was pleased to improve upon them Wednesday. The 6-foot-5, 300-pounder said his best 40 time was a 4.90, his worst a 5.05 and that he was consistently in the “4.93-4.94 range.” He also added five inches to his broad jump and discussed with scouts the possibilities of playing in both 3-4 and 4-3 schemes.
Here’s some reports of the day from around Pa.:
Bill Kline from the Allentown Morning Call: http://blogs.mcall.com/nittany_lines…m-pro-day.html
Bob Flounders from the Harrisburg Patriot-News:http://blog.pennlive.com/bobflounder…anthony_m.html
Mike Poorman from StateCollege.com: http://www.statecollege.com/news/loc…uccess-363903/