Twenty-one teams showed up for the most anticipated supplemental draft pro day in years, per Adam Caplan of the Sideline View. If those teams liked former Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon before the workout, chances are they still like him after the workout.
Caplan was the first to report the results:
Early numbers for Gordon's workout: 4.52 (40), 6031/224, 36" vertical, 10'1" broad jump, 13 reps bench.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) July 10, 2012
While 4.52 is below Gordon's highest reported 40 times, Tony Pauline of TFYDraftInsider reports that the prospect pulled a quadriceps muscle during the run. But he still finished the drills, and Caplan reports that he did not drop a pass.
His game film shows legit breakaway speed, which is rare for a 6'3", 224-pound wide receiver. His 36" vertical and 10'1" broad jump aren't quite as special, but they still round out a package of physical tools that puts Gordon in the starting-NFL-talent echelon.
Caplan originally put Gordon in the third or fourth round of the supplemental draft, and he said that he was sticking with that projection after the workout. He also reported that the Browns, Eagles, Cowboys, Bears, Seahawks, Chiefs, Colts, 49ers, Redskins, Bills, Texans, Patriots, Vikings and Saints were among the 21 teams in attendance.
The combination of the injury and an abbreviated preparation period should give any team that was ready to spend that third- or fourth-round pick on Gordon enough rationalization to still do it after the workout today.
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