Pro-Day Report - Nebraska

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Tony Pauline

Draft Analyst Writer

There was a large crowd on hand for Nebraska's pro day, and most were on hand to watch one of the biggest combine snubs in this year’s draft who did not disappoint.

Shrine Game star Devine Ozigbo, who many believed should have been at the combine last weekend, was one of the main attractions and impressed with his performance.

While I’m still waiting on a few additional numbers, I’m told the running back weighed in at 220 pounds, one more than the Shrine. He touched 37 inches in the vertical jump, completed 19 reps on the bench and timed as fast as 4.54 in the 40.

Ozigbo, who looked very good in drills, is drawing interest from the Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers.

Receiver Stanley Morgan stood on his combine number but did position drills. He looked good running routes and caught the ball well. Morgan is getting a lot of interest from the Los Angeles Rams, New York Giants, Arizona Cardinals and will be worked out by the New Orleans Saints.

I stamped linebacker Dedrick Young II as a priority free agent before the season despite not being graded by scouts, and he showed why today.

Young, who measured 6017 and 233 pounds, completed 27 reps on the bench and touched 37 inches on the vertical jump and 10-foot-1 in the broad jump. I’m hearing Young timed as fast as 4.45 in the 40 and just about everyone had him under 4.5.

Young is drawing a lot of interest from the Denver Broncos, Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers.

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