Bills newest WR Caleb Holley, who was signed Tuesday after a successful three-day tryout in Buffalo’s rookie minicamp, put up some good numbers at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. Here’s a closer look at some of those figures and his measurables at his pro day.
Holley tested at the Tulsa pro day on March 11th this spring. He clocked a 4.62 40-time, had a 38 1/2-inch vertical and 10-foot six-inch broad jump and a 6.78 second three cone time. With the exception of the 40 time all of those figures are very good and help to explain why Holley can separate from coverage and make plays on the ball outside his body frame.
Holley’s senior season was a good one with 55 catches for 970 yards and nine touchdowns. He led his team in receiving as a junior, but had just 25 receptions for 343 yards and two touchdowns. The reason why was he was playing with a freshman quarterback, who was learning on the job.
He’s also a native of Anchorage, Alaska so playing in cold weather has never been an issue for him.
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