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Moncrief, Sawyer, Scott, Marry Impress Brandt at Pro Day

2013-06-01 21.26.49
Jeff Scott prepares to run his 4.47 40-yard dash.

According to NFL.com Gil Brandt’s blog, scouts from more than 20 NFL teams and Eagles wide receivers Coach Bob Bicknell were on hand to watch a group of Ole Miss Rebels go through their paces at Pro Day March 3.
Bicknell spent plenty of time talking to Donte Moncrief, who is expected to go high in the NFL draft. See HT.com’s story here for more coverage and photos.
Moncrief, who participated at the NFL Scouting combine, was among the 18 players who worked out, but three others looked like they were good enough to bring to camp as free agents, according to Brandt.
Donte Moncrief, WR: Moncrief was weighed and measured (6-foot-2 3/8, 219 pounds) and did position drills only. Scouts said that he looked very, very impressive.
Jeff Scott, RB: Scott measured in at 5-6, 165 pounds, and posted times of 4.49 and 4.47 in the 40-yard dash. He’ll probably be a free agent.
Michael Marry, LB: Marry (6-2 1/4, 256 pounds) ran a 4.96 in the 40. He also posted a vertical jump of 30 inches and a broad jump of 9 feet, 4 inches. He’ll be a free agent only.
Charles Sawyer, CB: Sawyer (5-10 7/8, 186 pounds) ran a 4.56 in the 40 and posted a vertical jump of 37 inches and a broad jump of 9 feet, 2 inches.
HottyToddy.com sports staff report

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