Scout.com has learned that Minnesota wide receiver Logan Payne has two visits scheduled so far and…
Logan Payne Shines in Gophers Pro Day
Wide receiver Logan Payne was measured with a 39-inch vertical. He bench pressed 225 pounds 16 times, ran a 4.17 shuttle run and a 6.81 second cone drill. Payne ran a 4.61 and 4.58 40-yard dash. He is projected as a late draft pick or potential free agent.
Trumaine Banks bench pressed 225 pounds 15 times and ran a 4.67 and 4.67 40-yard dash.
Eric Clark bench pressed 225 pounds nine times, and ran a 5.22 and 5.21 40-yard dash.
Mario Reese bench 225 pounds 18 times.
LB/SS John Kunelius of Southwest Minnesota State, WR Cecil Elekwachi and DB Adrian Mitchell of Concordia St. Paul, WR Jonathon Hawks from Bemidji and LB/S John Tackmann of Winona State also participated in the testing.
John Mackey Award winner Matt Spaeth did not participate in Pro Day due to his shoulder injury, but he plans to hold his own timing day before the draft when his shoulder is more suitable for testing. Spaeth is ranked the No. 6 tight end available in the 2007 NFL Draft, according to Scout.com.
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