Cincinnati Bearcats wide receiver prospects Tyler Scott and Tre Tucker showed their impressive speed with unofficial times of 4.32 seconds in the 40-yard dash at Pro Day this afternoon!
Both receivers earned a lot of attention leading up to the Scouting Combine because of their next level quickness and are projected to be selected in the 2023 NFL Draft next month.
Tucker was expected to be among the fastest sprinters at the combine and the Cincinnati product came through at 4.41 seconds before improving his time by nearly a second today.
Scott led the Bearcats in catches and receiving yards last season, and is expected to be selected in the upcoming draft after recording an unofficial time of 4.32 seconds in the 40-yard sprint.
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats wide receiver prospects flash impressive speed at Pro Day
The former Cincinnati standout receivers got an opportunity to show off their dynamic ability at Pro Day, highlighted by the 40-yard dash and multiple route-running drills this afternoon.
Bearcats sixth-year quarterback Ben Bryant threw to both veteran wide receiver prospects for more than 45 minutes alongside tight end Josh Whyle and running back Charles McClelland.
Cincinnati Football: Takeaways from the Bearcats notable Pro Day performances
Check out several takeaways from the Cincinnati Pro Day including notable performances by linebacker prospects Ivan Pace Jr and Ty Van Fossen, plus the aforementioned wide receivers!
All 32 NFL franchises were well represented at the annual event including Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel and dozens of scouts.