Delayed by health problems, a pair of former Wildcats had to wait until today to complete an NFL Pro Day.
This morning Mike Edwards and C.J. Conrad participated in position and combine style drills in front of NFL personnel at Kentucky’s Joe Craft Football Training Facility. Completely healed from a broken thumb, Edwards unofficially ran a 4.5 40-yard dash and posted a 37-inch vertical leap.
Cleared to participate in all football activities following a cardiovascular scare, Conrad unofficially ran a a 4.7 40-yard dash, a mark that would have tied him for seventh among all tight ends at the NFL Combine. His 21 bench press reps would have been the sixth-best mark if he did not get sent home from Indianapolis.
He has since been cleared. CJ: "I'm trying to get my name back out there." pic.twitter.com/rVtKaI7340
— Alex Walker (@AlexWalkerTV) April 8, 2019
As you saw in the video, Jack Pilgrim was representing KSR at Pro Day pt. 2. Before he checks in later with more, take a look at Edwards and Conrad’s final unofficial numbers.