As you might expect, there’s a bit more Pro Day reaction out there, so here we go. …
— CoachSark’s site clarifies that there were 17 teams represented today, listing them all here. All were obviously drawn in large part by QB Jake Locker (shown in an AP photo taking a snap from Ryan Tolar).
— NFL.com has the official measurables for Locker, Mason Foster and Nate Williams (the only three UW players with a realistic chance of being drafted) and also has an interview of Locker. It says that Locker was 39-41. Most of us watching had him it at 38-40, but maybe there was a throw before or after that counted we missed. Not sure it matters much either way, though. It also has Foster’s 40 a little slower than was heard while we were there, but maybe they rounded it up or something. Either way, that number is also a little faster than Foster ran at the Combine.
— NFLDraftScout.com analyst Rob Rang writes that Locker solidified his first-round status.
— ESPN.com’s Mike Sando has a detailed report and examines whether Locker would be a fit with the Seahawks.
— SI.com has this report (and says Locker threw 49 passes, which must include some before or after as the consensus on press row was 40 during what appeared to be the official session).
— ESPN.com says the Vikings may have been lightly represented because they were working out Cam Newton at the same time.
— The National Football Post has more details on Locker working out with the Titans on Thursday and the Broncos on Friday.
— NFL.com’s Mike Lombardi says that despite Locker’s showing today, in his view Locker remains a project.
— Here’s the report from Yahoo.com.
And that should be enough.