NCAAF Scoreboard

Auto Update: On

Now

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey speaks for the last time on Stanford's practice field. He ran pass patterns and fielded kicks at Pro Day. "I did all the running back drills at the Combine," McCaffrey said. "Today I wanted to show them that I really can do anything."

play2:23

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Michael Rector reflects on his time and growth at Stanford on Pro Day.

play1:13

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Cal OT grad transfer Aaron Cochran says he's down to three schools: Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and Auburn. Cochran visited Stillwater three weeks ago, is visiting Auburn this weekend, and Tech the weekend of April 8. Expects to have a decision soon after that. Cochran started 16 games for Cal.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Alabama DL Da'Ron Payne is not only one of the biggest players on the team at 313 pounds, he's also one of the strongest. He told reporters he hit 545 pounds on the bench press and 600-something on squats. "Most (teammates) don't believe I can do it until they see it," he said.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Alabama DB Minkah Fitzpatrick said that thinking about the Clemson game at first was upsetting, processing the loss and knowing that many of his teammates wouldn't be around next season. "The day after," he said. "I watched the game a couple of times, and then I just had to switch my mindset and focus on a new team and new season."

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey finishes up receiving work at Stanford Pro Day catching a deep pattern.

play0:27

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey catches a slant at Stanford's Pro Day.

play0:05

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

David Shaw talks to Ed McCaffrey -- his former Stanford teammate -- at Pro Day.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey won't run the 40 at Stanford's Pro Day after logging a 4.48 at the NFL Combine.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

New SF 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan among the attendees at Stanford's Pro Day, where Christian McCaffrey and Solomon Thomas are working out.

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State safety and projected first-round pick Malik Hooker still wasn't physically cleared to participate at Pro Day. So what did he do and what questions has he faced about his offseason surgery?

play0:31

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

A couple potential first-round defensive backs, Gareon Conley and Marshon Lattimore, are being put through individual work at Ohio State's Pro Day. And a third, Malik Hooker, is looking on as he continues his rehab from offseason surgery.

play0:19

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Richt was high on freshman OG Navaughn Donaldson (6-6, 345), who's been working with first team offense during first week of spring ball. But Richt sounded even more enthusiastic about the guys on the line arriving this summer, highlighted by tackle Kai-Leon Herbert, who's now pushing 300 lbs. "Freshmen are definitely going to make an impact" on the line, Richt said.

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

With individual position drills starting, all eyes are on Ohio State center Pat Elflein as he snaps and hits some blocking pads.

play0:16

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Complete list of NFL coaches at Ohio State's Pro Day: John Harbaugh, Bill Belichick, Todd Bowles, Hue Jackson, Marvin Lewis, Mike Mularkey, Sean Payton, Mike Tomlin and Jim Caldwell.

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

A lot of championships to discuss between these two guys in the center of Ohio State's Pro Day: Urban Meyer and New England's Bill Belichick. The two have long had a mutual professional admiration, and it's no surprise to see the leader of the Patriots taking a close look at the Buckeyes.