USF held its biggest pro day ever yesterday in front of 50 scouts and coaches from 26 NFL teams (plus the Hamilton Tiger-Cats) and a gaggle of media members.
Among the participants were Jason Pierre-Paul, Nate Allen, Matt Grothe, George Selvie, and others. But the general consensus is that Carlton Mitchell helped himself the most. Mitchell has been rising up draft boards steadily ever since declaring for the draft in January, and he ran a 4.40 40 at the pro day, his fastest time so far and very impressive for a 6'3", 212-pound receiver.
If you'd like to read our thoughts on three potential NFL draftees, I put together draft profiles on Carlton Mitchell, Nate Allen, and Jason Pierre-Paul before we moved over to SB Nation, and they're available by clicking on each link.
To read more about the pro day, you can follow any of these links:
-- GoUSFBulls.com put together a truly spectacular page of the workout videos and measurables for all of the participating players. You could probably spend an hour going through it if you really wanted to.
-- Larry Weisbaum/Scout (USF Nation) - USF Pro Day Results & Observations
-- Joe Fortenbaugh/National Football Post - 200-300 Catches a Day, a good feature on Mitchell.
-- Phil Neary/The Oracle - Mitchell, Pierre-Paul On the Rise
-- Chris Harry/AOL FanHouse - USF's Pierre-Paul Has NFL Execs Jumping For Joy
-- Jim Flynn/Pewter Report - Bucs In Attendance At USF Pro Day
-- David Dorsey/Fort Myers News-Press - Cape Grade Allen Interviews For NFL