Florida pro day 2013: Sharrif Floyd, Matt Elam headline work outs


Sharrif Floyd has become a top-five pick in mock drafts. Can he solidify that position with his pro day workout?

The Florida Gators look like they could have 10 players drafted into the NFL this April. Defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd will almost certainly be the first of those, and after the NFL Combine he looks like he is going off draft boards near the top of Round 1.

Florida's pro day Tuesday will be the final chance Floyd gets to make his case to scouts. Mocking the Draft currently has Floyd going to the Oakland Raiders with the No. 3 overall pick. Can he solidify his status at one of the best prospects in 2013?

Here's a rundown of the more notable names set to work out in Gainesville.

Sharrif Floyd, DT

His combine performance was solid. Floyd ran a 4.92 40 time, and showed off his agility in the shuttle and three-cone drills. There's not much left for Floyd to do at the Gators pro day. He looks locked into one of the top picks.

Matt Elam, SS

Elam ran a 4.54 40, fifth-faster among all safeties at the Combine. Seventeen reps in the bench press also ranked towards the top of his group. He is on the fringe of becoming a Round 1 selection, but he's done basically all that he can by now to boost his draft stock.

Jordan Reed, TE

If Reed can show a little more speed, his pro day will be a success. A 4.72 40 didn't look good for his size at the Combine, and his 16 bench reps was the second-lowest among tight ends.

Jelani Jenkins, LB

After breaking a bone in his foot, Jenkins was limited to the bench press at the Combine. Injury issues might continue to drop his stock depending on how much work he can do at the Gators pro day. It's hard to fault someone for not working out do to a broken foot, though.

Jonathan Bostic, LB

Bostic showed off decent speed and agility during his Combine drills. He doesn't exactly change directions well, though, so this is what scouts will be looking for in his next workouts. He might make be gone by Day 2 of the draft.

Mike Gillislee, RB

Gillislee is going to be a middle-round pick unless he miraculously finds a way to take a second or two off his 40 time. His 4.55 40 at the Combine was decent. Gaining strength is one area he can hone in on.

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