Early reports on VY Pro Day

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  1. Vigsted

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    Early reports say he ran a 4.57 40 and chose not to jump. I will update as soon as more is available, feel free to do the same.
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  2. danny

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    GBN posted just under 4.6 in the 40
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  3. VolnTitan

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    Gil Brandt is there and said he ran a 4.57. NFL Radio host ask if that was dissappointing and Brandt said that it wasn't because it was a slow track. Plus his ability in running situations isn't in question at all.
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  4. Puck

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    who cares h0w fast he can run

    can he pass or read and react
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  5. idrockfan

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    Got this from a Houston Website

    "Lance Zierline from Houston radio says VY looked amazing. Absolute precision on deep balls (50-55 yards) completing 2/3, with one dropped. He said he looked NFL average on deep crossing routes and 20 yard comebacks. But said they didn't duck any type of route. Says this should ease concerns about throwing routes. Throwing motion looked good; not dipping down or sidearm, as some claim. Footwork, throwing motion and accuracy were impressive. "
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  6. TitanJeff

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    link???
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  8. Puck

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    I likes me some Vince
    the one thing he may not possess in strength or read/react
    he makes up for with a ridiculously high completion %

    Vince Young will be a Titan (if they draft him) :wink2:

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  9. TitanJeff

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    As usual TitanJeff you stay on top of things... thanks for the link.

    " The main event started at 3:15 p.m. -- Young throwing. He started off 7 out of 7. In all, he had a 40-minute workout in which he threw from under center as opposed to out of the shotgun. It gave team personnel an opportunity to evaluate him that way since he worked out of the shotgun predominantly at Texas. He impressed everyone with his arm strength, quick delivery and accuracy. Young made great strides today."
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