- Heather Dinich, College Football Reporter
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Every school in the ACC has now completed its pro day. You can look back on what happened at Clemson, Miami Pitt and Syracuse. Andrea Adelson had the wrap on the other eight schools. Duke and North Carolina were the last to finish, as they both held their pro days this week. Here are their highlights:
A total of seven former players worked out for 21 NFL teams on Monday.
Former quarterback Sean Renfree did not participate while continuing to recover from a torn right pectoralis major muscle he suffered in Duke’s Belk Bowl loss to Cincinnati.
Even though he didn't participate, Renfree was still making headlines.
18 players auditioned in front of more than 40 NFL scouts.
Giovani Bernard, Travis Bond, Jonathan Cooper, Kevin Reddick and Sylvester Williams all did the runs and jumps at the combine in February. They all performed well at the combine, so their pro day focus was on position drills. Brennan Williams also attended the combine, but he was injured and could not test there, so he did most everything on Tuesday at UNC.
WRAL had a good wrap-up of the day.
Curtis Byrd had the most reps of 225 pounds with 28.
Receiver Jheranie Boyd had the fastest 40 time at 4.46, the highest broad jump (11), and the highest vertical jump (41.5).
According to NFL.com, Jonathan Cooper exceeded all expectations.
Every school in the ACC has now completed its pro day. You can look back on what happened at Clemson, Miami Pitt and Syracuse. Andrea Adelson had the wrap on the other eight schools.