2011 Pro Days: 3/14 Attendance

Central Michigan LB Nicholas Bellore

12:05 AM ET – The Jaguars were one of the many teams that sent scouts to the Central Michigan Pro Day. It was reported on the Central Michigan athletics site that 20 scouts were in attendance and photos on the site show that one of the Jaguars regional scouts was one.

Central Michigan LB Nicholas Bellore is a player that the Jaguars have previously shown interest in and headlines the list of 2011 prospects for the Chippewas.

7:40 PM ET – Gil Brandt of NFL.com reports that only three teams showed up for the Washington State Pro Day on Thursday, March 10 and the Jaguars weren’t one of them. The Giants, Packers and Seahawks were the only teams in attendance to watch fourteen players workout.

Center Zack Williams and punter Reid Forrest both have chances to be late round draft picks.

6:25 PM ET – Only two teams attended the Newberry Pro Day, Carolina and Tampa Bay. The only notable prospect from Newberry is strong safety Ron Parker. Parker reportedly measured in at 6’0, 200 and ran two 40 times in the low 4.4 range, according to Josh Buchanan.

Parker will participate in the Coastal Carolina Pro Day where he will likely be seen by a larger number of scouts.

5:15 PM ET – The Jaguars were one of the many teams in attendance at the LSU Pro Day today. Among the LSU prospects participating in the workout was CB Patrick Peterson. Peterson is considered to be the best cornerback in the draft by most, and some even consider him to be the top draft prospect of any position this year.

3 PM ET – It was reported that Jaguars defensive line coach, Joe Cullen, showed significant interest in Arizona DE Ricky Elmore at his pro day and ate lunch with Elmore after the workout.

Now Evan Silva of Rotoworld is reporting that the Jaguars have scheduled a private workout with the other Arizona end, Brooks Reed. Reed is a 6’3, 263 pound pass rushing specialist who is primarily being looked at as a 3-4 outside linebacker, but might also be considered a 4-3 defensive end.