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Photo Gallery: Texas A&M Pro Day

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Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel

When asked about what he will do with his first big check in the NFL, defensive end Myles Garrett told scouts “I probably spoil my parents after all they’ve done for me and give back.”

On Thursday morning at the McFerrin Athletic Center, more than 50 NFL scouts and coaches were in attendance for Texas A&M’s annual Pro Day. 15 players were in attendance to showcase their skills, including projected number one pick Myles Garrett
Photos by: C. Morgan Engel (@cmefoto) and Carlie Russell

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  • NFL scouts from the Buffalo Bills, New York Giants, and Kansas City Chiefs talk with one another at Texas A&M’s Pro Day.

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Wide Receiver Jeremy Tabuyo warms up before putting his skills on display. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Wide Receiver Josh Reynolds stays loose by throwing the football around. 

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  • Offensive Lineman Jermaine Eluemunor speaks with a scout before he begins the Vertical Jump. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Safety Justin Evans‘ hops were one of the days highlights, recording a 41.5 in the vertical jump. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Linebacker Claude George speaks with a Miami Dolphins scout conducting the Vertical Jump.

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Offensive Lineman Jermaine Eluemunor runs through the 5-10-5 drill in front of several NFL scouts. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Defensive End Myles Garrett is projected to be the first overall pick in the draft.

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Linebacker Claude George runs the 5-10-5 drill in front of some NFL scouts. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Wide Receiver Josh Reynolds lead the team with 12 receiving touchdowns last year. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Defensive End Myles Garrett prepares to run the 40-yard-dash at the Texas A&M Pro Day Mar. 30.

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Defensive End Myles Garrett ran his 40-yard dash in 4.62 seconds, which is a slight improvement from his time at the NFL Combine. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Linebacker Shaan Washington suffered a leg injury during the 40-yard-dash on Thursday morning. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Several NFL scouts watch defensive end Myles Garrett in the broad jump. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Defensive End Myles Garrett continued to show of his athletic ability by recoding a 10’6″ in the broad jump. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Quarterback Trevor Knight stretches prior to throwing the ball at Thursday’s Pro Day. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Quarterback Trevor Knight throws a bullet to one of the wide receivers during throwing drills.

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Wide Receiver Josh Reynolds pulls in a ball thrown by quarterback Trevor Knight during Pro Day.

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Quarterback Trevor Knight showcases his footwork by evading a hit before releasing the ball. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Wide Receiver Ricky Seals-Jones turns up field after catching a pass. 

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  • San Francisco 49ers General Manager John Lynch watches the players showcased at Pro Day. The 49ers have the second overall pick in this year’s draft.

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Senior Trevor Knight had 1,432 yards and 29 total touchdowns during the 2016 season.

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  • Wide Receiver Speedy Noil looks over his shoulder to locate the football. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Quarterback Trevor Knight rolls out to the right side of the field to find an open receiver.

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Wide Receiver Ricky Seals-Jones pulls down the ball. 

    Photo by Photo by: C. Morgan Engel
  • Linebacker Claude George receives the ball in a drill run by a scout from the Seattle Seahawks.

    Photo by Photo by: Carlie Russell
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