Check out our takeaways from the Cincinnati Bearcats Pro Day including notable performances from wide receivers Tyler Scott and Tre Tucker, plus linebackers Ivan Pace Jr and Ty Van Fossen.
Bearcats sixth-year quarterback Ben Bryant threw to wide receiver prospects Tyler Scott and Tre Tucker, tight end Josh Whyle and running back Charles McClelland for approximately 45 minutes.
Scott and Tucker continued to show off their next level quickness in the 40-yard dash with unofficial times of 4.32 seconds, while Pace recorded an unofficial time of 4.50 seconds.
Van Fossen flashed his impressive combination of speed and strength, alongside several other Pro Day standouts like defensive lineman Jabari Taylor and offensive lineman Lorenz Metz.
Cincinnati Football: Takeaways from the Bearcats notable Pro Day performances
There was at least one representative from all 32 NFL teams including Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor and franchise owner Mike Brown, and Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel.
Bengals defensive line coach Marion Hobby helped run a handful of high-energy drills as Van Fossen and Taylor displayed their athleticism and physicality leading up to the draft.
It’s difficult to gauge when the prospects will get picked in the 2023 NFL Draft in April but Pace, Scott, and Tucker are currently projected to get drafted somewhere between rounds 2-5.
Cincinnati Football: Several former Bearcats show off their next level potential at Pro Day
Several former Cincinnati players participated in Pro Day at Kettering Health Performance Center this morning, showing off their next level potential in front of dozens of coaches and scouts.
A pair of Bearcats defensive backs Arquon Bush and Ja’Von Hicks participated in multiple drills during Pro Day and are hoping to get selected at some point in the upcoming draft as well.
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