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Oklahoma Sooners Football Pro Day Recap: Numbers, times and more

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Creed Humphrey really showed out in Norman on Friday.

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On Friday, the Oklahoma Sooners held their annual Pro Day in front of scouts and representatives from all 32 NFL teams. Here is a comprehensive list of how each of the seven former OU gridiron stars performed.

*bold indicates best time or measurement on the day

Tre Brown, CB

Out of all the Sooners participating in today’s Pro Day, Tre Brown arguably stood to gain the most in terms of adding to his draft stock coming into the day. Judging by his marks, he was successful in showcasing his skills as one of the faster defensive backs in this year’s draft class.

Height/Weight — 5’9 3/4”, 185 pounds

Broad jump — 10’3”

Vertical — 38”

40-yard dash — 4.40 seconds

20-yard shuttle — 4.27 seconds

3-cone — 7.08 seconds

Bench press — 13 reps

Adrian Ealy, OL

Height/Weight — 6’6 1/2”, 324 pounds

Broad jump — 8’8”

Vertical — 24.5”

40-yard dash — 5.38 seconds

20-yard shuttle — 4.93 seconds

3-cone — 8.80 seconds

Bench press — 18 reps

Dillon Faamatau, DL

Height/Weight — 6’3”, 280 pounds

Broad jump — 8’4”

Vertical — 24.5”

40-yard dash — 5.35 seconds

20-yard shuttle — 5.15 seconds

3-cone — 8.58 seconds

Bench press — 22 reps

Creed Humphrey, OL

Creed Humphrey is one of two Sooners that could potentially find himself selected in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, and after an outstanding Pro Day performance on Friday, his chances of becoming a Day One pick just went up. He particularly impressed with his broad jump, vertical and 20-yard shuttle drills.

Height/Weight — 6’4 5/8”, 312 pounds

Broad jump — 9’4”

Vertical — 33”

40-yard dash — 5.09 seconds

20-yard shuttle — 4.46 seconds

3-cone — 7.54 seconds

Bench press — 29 reps

Tre Norwood, DB

Height/Weight — 5’11 7/8”, 192 pounds

Broad jump — 10’3”

Vertical — 33.5”

40-yard dash — 4.58 seconds

20-yard shuttle — 4.50 seconds

3-cone — 7.68 seconds

Bench press — 12 reps

Ronnie Perkins, DE

Ronnie Perkins likely has the greatest chance of becoming a first round draft pick out of all eligible Sooners this year, and if that happens, it’ll bode extremely well for Oklahoma on the recruiting front after watching Kenneth Murray go 23rd overall last April. On Friday, Perkins showed scouts why he’s so productive on the field with respectable testing figures across the board.

Height/Weight — 6’2 1/2”, 253 pounds

Broad jump — 9’7”

Vertical — 32”

40-yard dash — 4.74 seconds

20-yard shuttle — 4.78 seconds

3-cone — N/A

Bench press — 25 reps

Rhamondre Stevenson, RB

Rhamondre Stevenson was a force last season despite sitting out the first half of the 2020 campaign. Since he last suited up for OU, he’s dropped nearly 20 pounds and appears to have retained all of his strength and quickness.

Height/Weight — 5’11 5/8”, 230 pounds

Broad jump — 9’4”

Vertical — 31.5”

40-yard dash — 4.63 seconds

20-yard shuttle — 4.47 seconds

3-cone — 7.02 seconds

Bench press — 15 reps

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