Pro-Day Report - San Diego State

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Tony Pauline

Draft Analyst Writer

It was primarily an offensive affair during SDSU's pro day, as scouts and position coaches were on hand to watch two offensive linemen and a pair of pass catchers. Here’s the breakdown.

Tight end Kahale Warring continues to impress NFL teams and move up draft boards. Though he stood on all his combine numbers, he looked chiseled during weigh-ins and stood out in position drills.

Warring displayed an expanded route tree, caught the ball extremely well and looked strong in blocking drills.

Tight ends coaches from the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, Los Angeles Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles were on hand to watch Warring, who has already worked out privately for the Miami Dolphins.

Warring, who looks like a lock to be selected during the second day of the draft, met at length with the New Orleans Saints and Denver Broncos.

Underrated receiver and return specialist Fred Trevillion tested well and stood out in position drills. He measured 6025 and 182 pounds and was timed in the low 4.4-second range during the 40.

Offensive tackle Ryan Pope significantly improved his 40 time from the combine and clocked as fast as 5.07 seconds. He also touched 28.5 inches in the vertical jump. 

Multiple sources tell me Pope looked solid in position drills. 

Pope met with the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night, the Washington Redskins on Friday and worked out for the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday.

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Tyler Roemer was also on hand for the workout and looked very athletic in position drills after he completed 22 reps on the bench press. 

It’s anyone guess where Roemer, a talent on the field but a red flag off the gridiron, ends up in the draft. I’m told the Aztecs coaches have not been kind speaking about Roemer when NFL teams have asked.

The left tackle prospect met with the Washington Redskins today.