Reports from the Ohio State pro day suggest good news for Chris 'Beanie' Wells and Malcolm Jenkins. Both Buckeye prospects disappointed at the combine with poor 40 yard dash times, but they improved significantly in work outs today. Tony Pauline writes that Wells ran between the 4.34 and 4.46 range, a significant improvement on his combine time. Jenkins meanwhile ran between 4.46 and 4.53, also an improvement on what he ran in Indianapolis. It remains to be seen whether this will improve their stock on April 25th, but Pauline also adds that Jenkins is "resigned" to a switch to safety. Charles Davis and Michael Lombardi have further analysis from the Ohio State pro day.
Gil Brandt from NFL.com was also present at Oregon's pro day. He reports that safety Patrick Chung was a standout and that Seahawks' new defensive coordinator Casey Bradley and offensive line coach Mike Solari held workouts. Other prospects working out that could be options for Seattle - center Max Unger and running back Jeremiah Johnson.