With Bills GM Buddy Nix and Assistant GM Doug Whaley in attendance at the Arkansas pro day their eyes are likely to be transfixed on QB Tyler Wilson, but there are a couple of other prospects that will merit a second look.
One of them is Arkansas TE Chris Gragg, who has had his share of injury problems including a knee injury this past September that compromised his production along with the rest of the Razorbacks offense. But his workout at the NFL Combine last month has unquestionably boosted his draft stock.
Gragg (6’2 3/4″ 244) ran the fastest 40 time among the tight end group with an impressive 4.5. No other tight end ran a sub 4.6. He also had the best broad jump at 10’5″ a full half-foot better than Notre Dame’s Tyler Eifert (9’11″).
Gragg also put up the highest vertical leap among the tight ends posting a 37.5 inch leap. He had a respectable 18 reps on the bench, the third fastest three-cone drill time among tight ends. The only time that was near the bottom of the tight end group was the shuttle.
His durability will still be questioned and likely keep him a day three consideration, but he might be a fifth rounder now instead of a sixth rounder. Gragg is a former receiver, but fits the NFL as an H-back type.
Tags: 2013 NFL draft, Chris Gragg, NFL Combine, Pro days
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