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UM Pro Day Info, Times, per University of Miami

 

Recapping Miami’s 2013 Pro Timing Day
30 of 32 NFL teams represented

 

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – Scouting personnel for 30 NFL teams and two CFL teams ascended upon the University of Miami's Hecht Athletic Center for UM's Pro Timing Day held Thursday. Seventeen athletes participated in drills, including 12 Miami Hurricanes seniors.

 

UM Pro Day began at noon, shortly after the Miami Hurricanes concluded their fourth spring practice and final session prior to Spring Break. Hurricanes players also entertained the NFL scouts while shooting a Harlem Shake video that is expected to drop soon.

 

Before workouts began, participants underwent physical testing in the weight room for height, weight, vertical jump, broad jump and 225-pound rep test. The second portion of UM's Pro Day featured the 40-yard dash, 20- and 60-yard shuttle runs, L drills and position drills.

 

FAMILIAR FACES
Several familiar faces dotted the sideline at GreenTree for UM's Pro Day, including alums Olivier Vernon, Sean Spence, Brandon WashingtonTravis Benjamin, Darryl Sharpton, Jacory Harris and Graig Cooper.

 

VERTICAL JUMP
Vaughn Telemaque recorded the highest vertical jump at 36 inches. WR Kendal Thompkins had the second-highest leap at 35 inches, while both LBRamon Buchanan and Brandon McGee posted 34-inch jumps.

 

BENCH TEST
DL Darius Smith was the lone participant to break the 30-rep plateau, recording 33 reps of 225 pounds. The next closest mark was OL Jeremy Lewis, who tallied 27 reps. Buchanan had the third-best performance at 20 reps.

 

40 FLASH
Both RB Mike James and DB Brandon McGee took their official NFL Combine 40 times. Thursday's best 40 time came from WR Kendal Thompkins, who was officially clocked at 4.37. Buchanan recorded a 4.55 and DB Andrew Swasey came in at 4.66.

 

BIG JUMPS
Buchanan tallied a UM Pro Day-best broad jump of 10 feet, 8 inches. Thompkins came in second at 10 feet, 4 inches.

 

NAME

POS

HT

WT

40 DASH

 VERTICAL

BENCH

L DRILL

BROAD

Dalton Botts

P

6-3.4

208

4.85

29

14

-

-

Ramon Buchanan

LB

6-1.5

215

4.55

34

20

7.29

10-8

Mike James

RB

5-10.6

217

Combine

Combine

Combine

6.98

-

Davon Johnson

WR

5-10.3

193

-

-

-

-

-

Ben Jones

OL

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Jeremy Lewis

OL

6-2.7

321

5.13

29.5

27

7.69

8-11

Brandon McGee

DB

5-11.2

191

Combine

34

Combine

-

9-11

Darius Smith

DL

6-1.4

334

5.55

23

33

8.52

8-2

Andrew Swasey

DB

5-8.7

198

4.66

31.5

18

7.03

9-1

Vaughn Telemaque

DB

6-1.2

200

4.70

36

11

6.97

9-7

Kendal Thompkins

WR

5-9.7

176

4.37

35

11

7.06

10-4

Jake Wieclaw

K

6-1.0

196

4.89

29.5

10

-

-

 

**Other measurements:

Ray Ray Armstrong (6-30, 216, Bench: 18, Vertical: 34.5, 40: 4.65, Broad: 9-8, L Drill: 7.23)

Ben Bruneau (5-11.3, 202, 40: 4.45, L Drill: 6.95)

Theron Collier (5-8.1, 193, 40: 4.67, L Drill: 7.17, Broad: 8.11)

Graig Cooper (5-10.4, 211, 40: 4.72, L Drill: 7.08)

Marcus Robinson (6-0.7, 252, 40: 4.75, L Drill: 7.20)

 

30 of the NFL's 32 teams were represented during Thursday's Pro Day in Coral Gables, including Hurricanes legend and Green Bay Packers scout Alonzo Highsmith, Miami Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland and New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick.

 

TEAM

SCOUT/COACH

TEAM

SCOUT/COACH

Arizona Cardinals

Luke Palko

Minnesota Vikings

George Paton

Atlanta Falcons

Marvin Allen

New England Patriots

Bill Belichick

Baltimore Ravens

Joe Hortiz

New England Patriots

Frantzy Jourdain

Buffalo Bills

Tom Roth

New Orleans Saints

Mike Baugh

Carolina Panthers

Jeff Beathard

New York Giants

Chris Mara

Cincinnati Bengals

Mark Carrier

New York Giants

Joe Collins

Cleveland Browns

Chisolm Opara

New York Jets

Brian Smith

Dallas Cowboys

Walter Juliff

New York Jets

Jay Mandolesi

Denver Broncos

Nick Schiralli

Oakland Raiders

Zack Crockett

Detroit Lions

Sheldon White

Oakland Raiders

Joey Clinkscales

Detroit Lions

Shack Harris

Philadelphia Eagles

Ed Marynowitz

Green Bay Packers

Alonzo Highsmith

Pittsburgh Steelers

Dave Petett

Houston Texans

Mike Maccagnan

San Diego Chargers

Jim Jauch

Indianapolis Colts

Todd Vasvari

San Francisco 49ers

Matt Malaspina

Indianapolis Colts

Roy Anderson

Seattle Seahawks

Scott Fitterer

Jacksonville Jaguars

Chris Driggers

St. Louis Rams

Brad Holmes

Kansas City Chiefs

Brett Veach

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Mike Yowarsky

Miami Dolphins

Jeff Ireland

Tennessee Titans

Tim Ruskell

Miami Dolphins

Brian Gaine

Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL)

Dan McManus

Miami Dolphins

Cody Rager

Montreal Alouettes (CFL)

Uzooma Okeke

Miami Dolphins

Chase Leshin

 

 

Miami Dolphins

Chris Grier

 

 

Miami Dolphins

Chris Buford

 

 

Miami Dolphins

Lou Anarumo

 

 

Miami Dolphins

Jeff Nixon

 

 

 

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Man the only place more corrupt than Washington is the NCAA. There whole system needs to be revamped because there is a huge abuse of power in that organization.

Didn't even notice that there wasn't an update here.

NCAA TRYING TO GET SHAPIRO OUT OF JAIL AND HIRE HIM IS WORSE THAN PAYING AN ATTORNEY TO INTERVIEW HIM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

How was that on the front page and this isn't?

What is wrong with this site that some posts show up immediately after you hit "post" and other times it says that your comments have been posted but it doesn't show them?

Hope Ray Ray and Cooper can make a team. Jacory is not a pro talent.

Le$honda Beauregard III,

I agree with you…I don’t know if I am more stunned by the lead investigator of the NCAA/Miami investigation sending a flattering letter of recommendation to the judge presiding over the Shapiro trial or the collective yawn by the media over an action that has to be undeniable proof that the entire NCCA/Miami investigation was contaminated from the beginning.

The latest information about theNCAA is flabbergasting.

It is unbelievable. The degree of corruption, malfeasance, shadiness, unethicality, and now this is proof that the NCA is too big to police itself- just like the Federal government- Gets too big then there is corruption in the machine.

To know that an NCAA (former) officer involved in "compliance and enforcement" literally offered a convicted liar, ponzi schemer and thief a position for his cooperation IS PROOF THAT THIS ENTIRE INVESTIGATION AGAINST MIAMI IS A VENDETTA AND FRAUGHT WITH FRAUD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NO ONE HERE BELIEVES MIAMI IS 100% INNOCENT BUT THE NCAA IN ITS ZEAL TO DESTROY THE U, SHOWED ITS TRUE COLORS AND WHAT EVERYONE IN THEWORLD BELIEVES THAT IT IS AN "ORGANIZATION" OUT OF CONRTROL, WITH NO OVERSIGHT. PUNISHEMNT OF STUDENT ATHLETES NEVERFITS THE CRIME, AND THE PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY COMMIT THE INFRACTIONS RARELY GET TO DO THE PUNISHMENT- INSTEAD INNOCENT ATHLETES GET HIT WITH THE CONSEQUENCES.

THIS ENTIRE INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO EITHER A) BE SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY OR B) THROWN OUT COMPLETELY UNTIL THE NCAA IS REVAMPED FROM TOP DOWN

I HOPE UMLAWYERS ARE SLOWLY USING THIS TO BUILD THEIR CASE. IF NOT TO ARGUE THEIR CASE TO THE COMMITTE ON INFRACTIONS BUT ALSO TO PREPARE A MAJOR MAJOR LAWSUIT AGAINST THE NCAA AND ITS INTERNAL RATS.

jim
Le$honda Beauregard is Jack Mehoff in DRAG...

Ignore.

The NCAA are using their pecadillos to stretch out and prolong the accusation and appeal process...Everyday something new shows up which affects the initial accusations...

Credibility of the NCAA is zero to a minus factor among schools, teams, and fans...

Our 'Canes have become the testing grounds for incompetence.
Go 'Canes

These guys are slow and small:

Vaughn Telemaque 6-1.2 200 4.70

200 pound senior safety?

Cookie Buchanan weighs 215? That's like a senior in high school and not college.

The NCAA's goons & thugs need to be thrown into prison for their illegal activities. The whole organization stinks from top to bottom and should be brought down. They are corrupt bullies who have no place regulating amateur sports in this country.

YO Cane T
Wrote//////////////////////
"Like what U been doing for decades, shady tactics and illegal activities, repeat offenders"
/////////////////////////

Are you referencing the NCAA and THEIR illegal activities for decades?...
Who knows how many investigations were done with Shoddy and Wonton disregard for the accused?..

All above applies to the NCAA

Go 'Canes

Yo Cane Trash

Yo UgoNowhereCane
The fact the NCAA bent the rules does not absolve U from Ur misdeeds
Comparatively speaking they should get a reprimand U should get the hammer
This aint no free tatoo, this aint just Reggie Busch getting perks
This is a bunch of players and recruits and their families getting perks
This is several different coaches, trainers and others involved
This is going on for years and years
This is coming from a repeat offender
This has no oversight form Ur several ADs or the administration
U say what the NCAA did is worse?
U should be a scUMbag lawyer

Whinny LOOSERS!!

So Telmaque is slow and weak, Im not sure what this guy was doing his whole UM career but it sure wasnt working out or watching film. I suppose he cared more about skateboarding around UM campus. Didnt he come out as a 5 star recruit out of CA?

Canetrash talking like a dummy again1111

Clue- What I've said all along yet moron Gallo had Ray ray and VT as "Golden's victims". Look at them now. And look at Shannon recruit Coop (who I liked very much)- Don;t tell me Coop's inury was worse than McGahee's or worse than Gore's 2 injuries (one in each knee). He should have worked his a55 off pulling tires, running on the beach up stairs down stairs, in water, etc etc to get himself ready.

Telemaque and Ray Ray are prime examples of the 2004-2010 culture of Miami recruits. Excellent God given physical attributes but no heart, no desire, no motivation. Neither can hold SeanTaylors jock.

Kendal: Good going with that 4.37. that should land you in the NFL.

5 stars, 4 stars...who cares...just kids that are ready to be men on and off the field that take pride in their game, themselves, and the U they prodly wear on their helmet...that is all I or we should care about. FACE IT - We are not a powerhouse right now; so we are not going to get the 5 star kids...but players that want to play and win...and leave nothing on the field...it has been said many times on this blog and others...the recruiting services are a busiess, make no bones about it...go to the games and look for the players you want, and need and that have the build to support more muscle and speed...it will happen...academics are tougher to get in the U...but, get the right kid no matter what the star rating is....cannot measure integrity and heart with a star. God Bless.

Canes hoops exits tourney in the first round or second round?

OGV's Horse Teeth talking like a dummy again!!!

Yo Cane T'

Seems to me that the 'U' has more than paid it's pennance by self -imposing...Did any of the other teams Self-impose?...
NO.

Also which other team can you name that gave up a C-ship game, and cut back on their recruiting voluntarily, and is still being hammered as if they did NADA. NONE just the 'U'.

Come on Cane T..Get a reality check here that "enough is enough".

No matter what they do we are on our way to a Huge Winning year in 2013....

I know that you will agree with the above, but you need to confirm this, for all the posters who know that you love the 'Canes.
Go 'Canes.

if UM is in Midwest....they wont get past Georgetown or Indiana the way they are playing....the exit the second round

vaughn telemaque running a 4.7, man that's slow, ray ray armstrong running a 4.65 is one of the main reasons they wanted to move him to linebacker but i think ray has a good chance of making a roster in the nfl as well as vaughn telemaqu even if it's on special teams.

We got better athletes now at the safety spots and will probably get stronger with the addition of guys like jamal carter and artie burns!

Jim Gallo talking like a dummy again!!!!!

Le$honda please stop being such a party pooper

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