Huskers and the 2007 NFL Draft

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Undrafted Free Agent

Possible Rounds (Supplemental Draft)

  • 06/22/07 - Times vary for Husker OL… No official results were announced from the on-campus workout earlier this of Nebraska OT Chris Patrick, who is one of several players who have applied for admission to next month’s NFL’s supplemental draft. As a result, there have been some divergent numbers reported from the workout. Patrick’s 40-time for example, has been reported as being anywhere from 5.1 to 5.3 which is a pretty significant difference. The overall consensus of Patrick’s workout, though, appears to have been reasonably positive. Patrick, who was the Huskers starting LT last fall measured in at 6-4, 296; he did 31 reps bench-pressing 225 pounds, and turned in a 27-inch vertical leap. While Patrick played OT at Nebraska, he likely projects to OG in the NFL because of his size. And those numbers would have put in the top half of the OGs at this year’s combine. For example, even if Patrick’s 40 time was in the low 5.3 range, that still would have been 6th out of 13 OGs who ran in Indianapolis. At least 11 teams reportedly attended Patrick’s workout including Baltimore, Kansas City, Atlanta Philadelphia, the Giants, New England, Minnesota, Oakland, Green Bay, Tampa Bay and New Orleans. The supplemental draft is tentatively scheduled for July 13th.
  • Patrick announced in March he was bypassing his senior season at Nebraska and entering the supplemental draft. He’d missed the Jan. 15 deadline for underclassmen to declare for the regular NFL Draft in April. (Lincoln Journal Star)

  • Pro Day Results (6/19/07)
    40yd Dash5.28
    20yd Dash3.04
    10yd Dash1.85
    Bench Reps31
    Vertical Jump27
    20yd Shuttle4.49
    Additional Info
    Teams that have shown interest
    Has talked to: New England, Atlanta, Kansas City (Lincoln Journal Star)
    Attended campus workout: Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins (