Pro-Day Report - UCF

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Tony Pauline

Draft Analyst Writer

It was primarily a one-man show at UCF's pro day, as most of the teams were on hand for defensive tackle Trysten Hill. And just like at the combine, Hill looked terrific.

Hill stood on his combine marks but participated in position drills and looked great, just as he did during the combine. 

While we presently grade Hill as a third-round prospect, many feel he won’t get out of the second round. It will come down to a numbers game on the defensive line with so many talented prospects.

Hill presently has a dozen top-30 visits and met with the Indianapolis Colts, Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins over the past two days. The New Orleans Saints are also showing a lot of interest in Hill.

Offensive tackle Wyatt Miller, who a lot of people consider an inexpensive utility blocker for a next-level roster, had a solid day in position drills. Miller has already worked out for the New York Jets and will be visiting the Cincinnati Bengals.

I was also told receiver Dredrick Snelson ran a 40 time in the low 4.4s with 4.42 seconds seemingly the consensus.

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