Ohio State DL Cameron Heyward has his much anticipated pro day today. Coming off of elbow surgery for an injury sustained in his last college game (Sugar Bowl) Heyward could not perform at the NFL combine or at Ohio State’s pro day.
There’s a good chance that Heyward (6’5″ 294) will not bench today (Wednesday), but he’s expected to do just about everything else. Heyward, the son of the late Craig “Ironhead” Heyward, is seen as a versatile defensive line option. He played mostly end for the Buckeyes, but could also play inside in a 4-3 system and is capable of playing end in a 3-4.
“It doesn’t matter because going to Ohio State I’ve been in a 4-3 system where I’ve played end and tackle,” he said. “And then we also went to a 3-4 on third downs and I played the end so it’s only benefited me.”
Tags: 2011 NFL draft, Cameron Heyward, pro day
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