LB P.J Davis:
Linebacker P.J Davis who had a successful career for Georgia Tech, hoped to improve his draft stock on Friday at linebacker but also spent time doing drills at another position. According to the 11Alive Sports Twitter account, Davis did work on fullback drills at the end of his pro day.
Overall, Davis performed well during his portion of the pro day and one NFL scout told 11Alive Sports that they were Davis looked during his drills.
Davis is considered the 47th best inside linebacker out of 213 in this year’s NFL Draft class according to NFLDraftScout.com.
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DL Emmanuel Dieke:
The former Yellow Jacket who has already spent time with the Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, and Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL came back to The Flats in hoping of finding a job this fall. After never cracking the 53-man roster for either the Dolphins or Giants, Dieke signed with Winnipeg last fall and spent the entire CFL season with the Blue Bombers.
DL Patrick Gamble:
Not much came out Friday about Gamble’s pro day besides his bench press results.
Gamble’s 21 reps on the bench press would’ve put him in the bottom half of the NFL combine’s results for defensive lineman on the bench press. Overall, NFLDraftScout ranks Gamble as 25th best defensive tackle of 213 who could be drafted in the upcoming NFL Draft. Currently he’s projected to be a late seventh round draft pick or a undrafted free agent.
DL Francis Kallon:
Kallon performed in Georgia Tech’s pro day just six years after first playing football during his senior year of high school. Not much came out about Kallon’s pro day much like Gamble besides his bench press reps.
Like Gamble, Kallon completed 21 reps on the bench press during the pro day. NFLDraftScout currently ranks him the 47th best defensive tackle out of the 213 available.
LB Tyler Marcordes:
Marcordes like Dieke came back to The Flats in hopes of being signed and catching on with an NFL team. The former Jacket was last part of the San Diego Chargers before suffering an undisclosed injury. The Chargers released him in October after he was on the injury reserve since the last week of the preseason.
It’s now time to move onto the two special teamers who partook in the Pro Day including kicker Harrison Butker, who had an extremely impressive pro day.