Pro-Day Report - UMass

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Tony Pauline

Draft Analyst Writer

Despite a gray day characterized by cold weather and drizzle, almost two dozen teams -- including a few offensive coordinators and receivers coaches -- stood outdoors to watch Andy Isabella workout. The productive pass catcher did not disappoint.

Isabella stood on his combine numbers, which included a 40 time of 4.31 seconds, 6.95 seconds in the three-cone and 36.5 inches in the vertical jump. 

Isabella, who worked with former All-Pro Randy Moss prior to the Senior Bowl and combine, participated in position drills and looked terrific.

Isabella ran scissor-sharp routes, caught the ball extremely well and consistently snatched the pass with his hands away from his frame. Despite the conditions, he looked quick and practiced to his 40 time. He also fielded punts during the day.

The Miami Dolphins had their offensive coordinator on hand, while the Arizona Cardinals sent their receivers coach to watch Isabella. 

The Arizona Cardinals spent a significant amount of time with Isabella, as he would be a great fit for their new offense. Isabella met with the Tampa Bay Bucs on Wednesday night.

Running back Marquis Young, who participated in the Shrine Game, completed 20 reps on the bench and touched 36.5 inches in the vertical jump and 10-foot-4 in the broad. His 40 times ranged from 4.49 seconds to 4.55 seconds. 

Throughout the day, Young met with the New England Patriots, Houston Texans, San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs.

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