Six Cal Poly Football Players Participate in Wednesday's NFL Pro Day
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. -- Former Cal Poly slotback Deonte Williams turned in the fastest 40-yard time during the Mustangs' NFL Pro Day on Wednesday on the upper field of the Sports Complex.
Williams was clocked in 4.52 seconds, followed by wide receiver Brandon Michalkiewicz at 4.61 and cornerback Nico Molino at 4.63.
Also participating in the series of drills were quarterback Andre Broadous and fullback Quentin Greenlaw, both clocked in 4.71 seconds, and linebacker Kennith Jackson at 4.74.
Greenlaw logged the best mark in the standing broad jump at 9 feet, 9 inches, while Michalkiewicz was the best performer in the 60-yard shuttle (11.71 seconds), short shuttle (4.40 seconds) and vertical jump.
Williams matched Michalkiewicz in the short shuttle at 4.40 seconds. All players also participated in the three-cone drill.
Scouts from the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers sent the six Mustangs through the 90-minute drills.
The 2013 NFL Draft is scheduled for April 25-27 at Radio City Music Hall in New York and will be televised on the NFL Network.
Five Mustangs have been drafted in the last seven years, including cornerback Asa Jackson, selected in the fifth round by the Baltimore Ravens last April. Jackson attended Wednesday's NFL Pro Day.
The other four recent Mustang draftees include wide receiver Ramses Barden in 2009 by the New York Giants, defensive back Courtney Brown in 2008 by the Dallas Cowboys, defensive end Chris Gocong in 2007 by the Philadelphia Eagles and linebacker Jordan Beck in 2006 by the Atlanta Falcons.
Mustangs who were juniors last fall will be tested April 3.
Cal Poly opens 2013 Spring Drills on April 10 with the annual Spring Game scheduled for Saturday, May 4, at 1 p.m. in Alex G. Spanos Stadium.