According toProFootballTalk.com, Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson solidified his status as the number two cornerback in April’s National Football League Draft with a solid Pro Day performance Friday. However, the reality is come September it won’t mean anything.
Wilson ran the 40 yard dash in times of 4.47 and 4.43 seconds. Also, Wilson had a 38 vertical leap and a 10 foot 2 inch broad jump.
What Pro Days are for is to see if a player has the prototypical physicals skills of a NFL player.
What really matters when evaluating a player is game film as they tell the story if a player is a work out wonder or the real deal on the field.
In the end, the good teams take this approach to the Draft.