March 18, 2014 - by
#NoleShots: FSU Pro Day

March 18, 2014

Over 70 NFL coaches, general managers and scouts came out to Florida State’s Albert J. Dunlap Indoor Practice Facility for Florida State’s annual Pro Day. Seminoles who starred on this season’s National Championship squad performed drills such as the vertical jump, 40-yard dash and the bench press in addition to position specific drills. Over 25 former players or local former collegiate players showed off their talent in front of the NFL personnel, including running backs Devonta Freeman and James Wilder, wide receivers Kenny Shaw and Kelvin Benjamin, linebackers Telvin Smith and Christian Jones, defensive backs Terrence Brooks and Lamarcus Joyner, center Bryan Stork and defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan. A special thanks to Maury Neipris for his work on this. For more photos fans can follow Twitter and Instagram

Kelvin Benjamin is one of the top NFL draft prospects at wide receiver.

Defensive tackle Demonte McAllister hits a padded dummy while wrapping up a drill at the Pro Day.

Unanimous All-American Lamarcus Joyner drew “ohhs” and “ahhs” from coaches and scouts with his quick hips during position drills for defensive backs.

Bryan Stork, the nation’s best center in 2013, on the bench press.

Timmy Jernigan had a monster 2013 season and is widely regarded as one of the top defensive tackles in the upcoming draft.

Senior defensive backs Terrence Brooks and Lamarcus Joyner impressed in individual drills.

Kenny Shaw had a fantastic Pro Day and looked great in his 40-yard dash.

Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was on hand and talked to FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher.

Telvin Smith was the senior leader of FSU’s defense in 2013.

James Wilder, Jr., impressed scouts with a lowered 40 time on Tuesday.

Players are all ears as they listen to drill instructions from scouts.

Devonta Freeman was impressive in the broad jump.

Kenny Shaw’s 40-yard dash.

Taiwan Easterling, Kenny Shaw, Devonta Freeman and James Wilder, Jr., relax before position drills.

Devonta Freeman on the bench press.

Former Seminole cornerback Greg Reid (2009-11).


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