With quarterback Ryan Tannehill on the sidelines recuperated from a broken foot,senior wide-receiver Jeff Fuller and several other Aggies were ready to step in and show what they could do at Texas A&M's Pro Day on Wednesday in College Station. Fuller actually wasn't expected to participate in the pre-NFL draft Pro Day workout. Because of a stress fracture in his foot that he was believed to have suffered while playing in the Senior Bowl in January, Fuller was expected to postpone his Pro Day until March 29 (like Tannehill). The 6-4, 225-pound wide receiver recorded times between 4.62 and 4.66 seconds in two 40-yard sprint attempts, a 4.34 second time in the 20-yard short shuttle and 7.10 in the three-cone drill. Fuller also participated in positional drills. NFLDraftScout.com has Fuller ranked as the No, 18 receiver in the upcoming NFL draft. Also taking part in the drills on Wednesday were A&M defensive backs Coryell Judie and Terrance Frederick. Both improved upon some of their speed-drill scores from the NFL Combine earlier this year in Indianapolis.
Texas A&M's Talented Wideout Jeff Fuller Takes Pro Day Spotlight With Ryan Tannehill Still On Sidelines
By Chip Rouse