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Recap of UCLA Football's Pro Day 2016

Yesterday, UCLA Football hosted NFL scouts to work outs by our former players such as Myles Jack and others. Join us for the tweet-filled recap!

Myles Jack snubs Addidas for Under Armour
Myles Jack snubs Addidas for Under Armour
Myles Jack

Yesterday, Gbruin previewed UCLA's Pro Day so how did it go for our players? I'd like to thank uclaluv for all the comments and tweets throughout the day of which I selected the best in today's summary.

Best tweet starts with Myles:

I'm sad we only got to see him for two seasons wearing a UCLA uniform as he truly is unique. Bonus: EK in the pic :)

According to Myles, it's 80% to be exact. Because I know you want to see Click Clack Jack for yourself:

From Edward Lewis at BSR,

or watch his the Path to the NFL. He didn't run the 40 yet due to his knee or, possibly, to build even further anticipation.

Now, let's see what Mora had to say in his press conference:

Over 100 NFL personnel attended with all 32 teams represented including General Managers and Head Coaches. Great opportunity for the student-athletes that were not invited to the combine to show the results of their efforts. This will be the best opportunity to realize their dreams.

We already know this, but it doesn't hurt to repeat it:

Had a lot of people come up and compliment me on the way our players represented [UCLA] at the combine during interview sessions demonstrating high-character, a high degree of knowledge of this sport, this game.

He also mentions that there were 11 players with the potential to be drafted. Who are your eleven? Does Myles make it? Mora thinks

he's capable of greatness.

Moving on, Devin Fuller had a great day after being snubbed from the combine. Results are in:

A 4.36 (4.37 electronic) is not too shabby and I think his punt and kick return duties will definitely help make him more valuable to a team. Roosevelt Davis also clocked in a 4.36 time, so props!

Let's switch gears to the big uglies. Jake Brendle was the best of the OL in analytics:

And Kenny Clark helped himself with UCLA's Pro Day according to

Defensive tackle Kenny Clark -- 6-foot-2 3/8, 311 pounds -- did the three-cone drill in 7.73 seconds. Clark is very quick and has a good motor. He helped himself with his pro day workout. Clark could be a first-round pick; definitely no later than the second round.

Bonus: the link has the entire video interview of EK and MJ.

Finally, Aaron Wallace put up some impressive numbers:

What does the NFL think though?

Wallace had a good pro day workout and could be a priority free-agent pickup following the draft.

Wallace had a good pro day workout and could be a priority free-agent pickup following the draft.

So that's the highlight of UCLA's Pro Day. Did I miss anything juicy?

Snubbing Addidas for Under Armour

We've trashed Addidas through the years for their gross incompetence especially for ruining the iconic powderkeg blue and gold uniforms with full "UCLA stripes" that Red Sanders created. Well, Myles Jack showed up in full Under Armor gear including some custom kicks:

Remember that UCLA's contract with adidas expires on June 30, 2017. But, more importantly, the exclusive negotiating period expires on April 2, 2016.

Major statement? Discuss.

Go Bruins!