On Friday, six former players intended to impress NFL Scouts during the yearly Oklahoma Sooners’ Pro Day in the absence of the NFL Combine. Cool and collected, none walked away with a more impressive outing than that of Offensive Lineman, Creed Humphrey.
Already projected to be the first Sooners taken in the upcoming NFL Draft, Humphrey cemented himself as one of the elite lineman in this class. Posting a 33-inch vertical, the 6-4 302-pound center dazzled on lookers. Showcasing explosiveness desired at the next level of competition, the measurables validate a high ceiling for the future professional football player.
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At the close of the outing, Lincoln Riley shared a few words on the singular performance from Humphrey. Stating, it’s “one of the more impressive Pro Day workouts that I’ve seen,” should provide a boost of confidence for the center. The only question left to ask is: did Humphrey do enough to land himself in the first round?
The NFL Draft begins on Thursday, April 29th in Cleveland, Ohio.