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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

March 13, 2013 at 1:42 PM

Pro Day scenes

Washington held its annual Pro Day this morning. And to be frank, it was probably as quiet and uneventful as any in recent memory.

There was no Jake Locker and accompanying ESPN cameras, and only one player sure to get drafted in Desmond Trufant, who did little since he had already been timed and tested often at the Senior Bowl and the NFL Combine.

Trufant took part in a couple of drills but did  not run the 40 or lift. He also was not available to the media as he was whisked away to a meeting (apparently for lunch and apparently with the Jacksonville Jaguars).

Only six other Huskies took part — Jonathan Amosa, Justin Glenn, Anthony Gobern, Drew Schaefer, Semisi Tokolahi and Devin Aguilar, who graduated a year ago and is currently a free agent.

Here are the official heights and weights for each:

Aguilar, 5-11.6, 201;

Amosa, 5-11.3, 247;

Glenn, 5-10.1, 210

Schaefer, 6-4.3, 302;

Tokolahi, 6-2.4, 341;

Trufant, 5-11.5, 192.

Here are the reps on the 225-pound bench press:

Amosa 34;

Glenn 23;

Gobern 27;

Schaefer 19;

Tokolahi 26.

Glenn went 34 inches in the standing jump, Gobern 34.5 and Aguilar 33.

We did not get reliable 40 times.

I’ll have some video interviews of a few of the participants to pass along later.

For now, here are a few scenes of what it looked  like:

First, some of the DBs, including Trufant, going through a drill:

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Next, Justin Glenn running a 40:

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Finally, a look  at the jumping:

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