Wednesday! Pro day for potential Redskin First Round pick
Key dates for the college pro days of most of the pre-draft favorites to be picked by the Redskins.
March 18, Penn State's pro day, the undersized DE/LB Aaron Maybin
While I think this is completly the wrong direction for the Redskins many of the "mock drafts" have the Redskins making this selection either as a DE passing down specialist or converting to a rushing LB.
Maybin, an all-American defensive end who gave up his final year of eligibility, ran his best 40 in 4.53 seconds today, a quarter-second faster than his time at the Combine. He also improved on his vertical jump (38 to 40 inches) and broad jump (10-4 to 10-10) in a performance that should solidify him as a first-round pick in next month's NFL Draft.
"It was a good day," Maybin said outside Holuba Hall afterward. "I know my athletic ability and I know what I'm capable of. I put some numbers on the board that are indicative of the kind of player I am."
Impressive forty for a guy who's trying to get to 250, maybe if on the board he shoud be considered.
Going against the trend of Wednesday Pro-days for Redskins prospects at # 13, Florida State's DE/LB who has been moving up the rankings...Everette Brown
DE/LB Everette Brown (6-1 7/8, 256 pounds). He turned in a 31-inch vertical leap and a 9-foot, 9-inch broad jump, but he otherwise stood on his numbers from the combine.
NFL.com blog Gil Brandt
Next update March 25th, the no brainer pick if he's still on the board at 13!