Williams, Gresham do drill workLike McCoy, offensive tackle Trent Williams and tight end Jermaine Gresham mostly passed on the testing, after both tested during the Combine. Williams participated only in the 20-yard shuttle and posted a time of 4.40. Both players, however, did extensive drill work. Williams showing off his agility. Gresham, running routes and catching passes. Williams and Gresham are both being projected to go in the first round of the draft.
Franks improves timeCornerback Dominique Franks, who was disappointed with the 4.52 40-yard dash time he ran at the Scouting Combine last month, came back with an improved 4.47 time during pro day. "I wanted to run a faster 40,” Franks said. "All around I think it was a great workout for me. Thought I did well.”
Two-minute drillRunning back Chris Brown (hamstring), tight end Brody Eldridge (neck) and defensive end Auston English (ankle) sat out Tuesday’s pro day while recovering from injuries. All three plan to work out during Bradford’s pro day on March 25. ... Several other big NFL names besides Spagnuolo flew to Norman, including San Francisco 49ers general manager Scot McCloughan, Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson and Detroit Lions senior vice president Martin Mayhew.
QuotableMcCoy, on competing with Bradford to be the No. 1 overall pick: "I’m not trying to battle with him. That’s why I call him King Sam, because that’s what he is. That’s just how I always look at him, and I wish Sam the best. If Sam can go (No.) 1, I would be very happy for him. He has worked really hard. Sam went through a lot this year but he’s not letting it stop him, and he still has the ability and the chance to go with the first pick.”