BYU Pro Day 2018 Primer & Updates
Results and Updates from BYU Pro Day 2018.
Linebacker Fred Warner looks to improve his 40-yard dash
Friday marks the day where former BYU football athletes go through NFL testing at BYU Pro Day.
Here’s the list of 2018 BYU Pro Day Participants
Linebacker Fred Warner is the headliner out of the group and Warner will look to improve his numbers from the 2018 NFL Combine. According to 3sigmaathlete, Warner was the fifth highest rated linebacker out of the Combine based on a SPARQ score of 129.8.
Jonah Trinnaman reportedly had a visit with the Chicago Bears on Thursday night and then 2016 graduates Travis Tuiloma and Logan Taele will compete in Pro Day for the first time as last year they were both injured. Also, former BYU defensive lineman Tomasi Laulile will participate. Laulile was suspended from the team his final season last year.
The usual Pro Day drills will take place at the Indoor Practice Facility: 40-yard dash, Bench Press, Vertical Jump, Broad Jump, 20-Yard Shuttle, 3-Cone Drill, 60-yard Shuttle, and then position-specific drills.
BYU Pro Day will begin at 9 a.m. (MDT) and there will be two-hours of TV coverage on BYUtv from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. (MDT).