Mar 27, 2014 6:19 PM by Matt SantaMaria
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - Over a dozen former Cal Poly football players took part in Thursday's NFL Pro Day in San Luis Obispo. The group included nine players from the 2013 Mustang team and four more from the 2012 squad.
The events took place in the Mott Athletics Center as well as the upper field of the Cal Poly Sports Complex. Testing included the vertical jump and the broad jump, as well as the 40-yard dash, pro shuttle, and long shuttle.
Times and marks were not released by the scouts representing eight National Football League teams, but former safety Alex Hubbard turned in the fastest time in the 40-yard dash at 4.51 seconds.
Others from last year's team participating in the drills included linebacker Johnny Millard, who competed in multiple all-star games after the end of his senior season. Defensive lineman Sullivan Grosz and slotback Cole Stanford were also among 2013 Mustang players who took part.
The four ex-Mustangs from the 2012 squad who were tested Thursday were linebacker Kenneth Jackson, cornerback Nico Molino, fullback Quentin Greenlaw and slotback Deonte Williams, all seeking to further their football careers in the professional ranks
Williams was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Oakland Raiders last April, but didn't make the organizations final 53 man roster.
The 2014 NFL Draft will be held May 8-10 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Cal Poly opens 2014 Spring Drills on Saturday, April 5, with the annual Spring Game scheduled for Saturday, May 3, at noon in Alex G. Spanos Stadium.
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