Clemson's 2018 Pro Day News and Notes with live stream
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Clemson's 2018 Pro Day from the Poe indoor facility will be broadcast on ESPN3 beginning at 10 am at the following link.
Check back all morning as this page will be updated with news, notes, and times from the different Clemson players working out for a chance to play in the NFL.
Schools that are having Pro Day today include:
Clemson: 8 a.m.
Grand Valley State: 11 a.m.
Oklahoma State: 10 a.m.
Oregon: 3 p.m.
UCLA: 3 p.m.
Virginia: 8:15 a.m.
Tyrone Crowder, Marcus Edmond, Deon Cain, Ray Ray McCloud III, Drew Costa, Dorian O'Daniel, Christian Grooms, Van Smith, D.J. Greenlee, Taylor Hearn, Ryan Carter, Korrin Wiggins, Kaleb Bevelle, Kelby Bevelle, Jadar Johnson, Jay Guillermo, Tyshon Dye and Adrian Baker are among the players scheduled to work out today.
Clemson legends C.J. Spiller and Brian Dawkins were in attendance showing their support to the players today.
"It is great to come back here and support them," Spiller said during the ESPN telecast. He shared during the interview that he is currently training in Greenville with Deon Cain and Stephone Anthony.
Bench Press (225 lbs)
Van Smith - 11 reps
Korrin Wiggins - 10 reps
Tyrone Crowder - 32 reps
Christian Groomes - 10 reps
Jay Guillermo - IMPRESSIVE 36 reps
Ryan Carter - 16 reps
D.J. Greenlee - 19 reps
Tyshon Dye - 19 reps
Marcus Edmond - 11 reps
Kelby Bevelle - 23 reps
Kaleb Bevelle - 22 reps
Ryan Carter cranks out 16 reps at 225lbs. Would've been tied for 8th among CBs at the NFL Combine pic.twitter.com/PZ4DzDjtzC— Marcel Louis-Jacques (@Marcel_LJ) March 15, 2018
Receivers Ray Ray McCloud III and Deon Cain didn't do the bench press. McCloud worked out during some defensive back drills in addition to his receiver duties.
Former Clemson quarterback David Olsen and Clemson coach J.P. Losman were throwing during Pro Day. During one receiver drill, he caught an impressive one-handed grab by a ball that was thrown behind him.
Ray Ray McCloud III showing off his speed in 40-yard dash pic.twitter.com/vMF9iz57vB— TigerNet.com (@ClemsonTigerNet) March 15, 2018
During the shuttle drill, Tyrone Crowder had an ankle injury and walked off talking to head trainer Danny Poole. He tried to walk it off and had ice on his right ankle. He ended working on some drills at the end of Pro Day so it appears it wasn't anything serious.
Former Clemson standout Ben Boulware was in attendance to show his support to some of his former teammates.
Here is a overview of more pictures from today's event:
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