The Pro Day schedule included film study, scout meetings with coaches, Wonderlic testing, team testing, player interviews, height, weight, reach testing, flexibility testing, 225-pound bench, physical testing on the practice field and individual player/group workouts.
The physical testing on the practice field included two 40-yard dashes, two 20-yard shuttle runs, two 3-cone drills, one 60-yard shuttle run, two broad jumps and two vertical jumps.
After going through the physical workout, the participating draft eligible seniors and free agents worked out in positional drills - QB, WR, RB and TE in group one for 20 minutes, OL in group two for 15 minutes, DL and LB in group three for 15 minutes, DB in group four for 15 minutes and SNAP in group five for 15 minutes.
The participants on Tuesday consisted of the following 17 draft eligible Penn State seniors: WR - Derek Moye, RB - Joe Suhey and Stephfon Green, TE - Andrew Szczerba, OL - Johnnie Troutman, Quinn Barham, Chima Okoli, DeOn'tae Pannell, LB Nate Stupar, DL - Devon Still, Jack Crawford and Eric Latimore, DB - Chaz Powell, Nick Sukay, Drew Astorino and D'Anton Lynn, SNAP - Jon Rohrbaugh. (Lynn did not participate in drills because of a slight injury).
The former Nittany Lions who are free agents working out included: QB - Daryll Clark, RB - Tony Hunt, DL - Jay Alford, Maurice Evans and DB - Darien Hardy.
Representatives from 28 of the 32 NFL teams were in attendance at Penn State's Pro Day. The list included the Super Bowl champion New York Giants and 11 of the 12 NFL Playoff teams from 2012 - Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien was in attendance for the Pro Day festivities, in addition to several members of the coaching and strength and condition staff. Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley spent time instructing during the QB, WR, RB and TE group workout. Moye, Green, Suhey and Szczerba caught passes from Clark during the workout.
Several former Nittany Lion greats were among the observers, as well, including 2010 first round draft pick Jared Odrick (Miami Dolphins), 2011 second round draft pick Stefen Wisniewski (Oakland Raiders) and 2003 second round draft pick Anthony Adams (San Francisco 49ers). Adams is currently a free agent after five seasons with the Bears.
Source: Penn State Athletics