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Draft Scout Dominique Reed News
03/17/17 - Arkansas WR Reed shows burst...After catching just 16 passes for 256 yards and two scores as a senior it was not a surprise that wideout Dominique Reed was not invited to the NFL Combine, but the 6-foot-2, 175 pass-catcher certainly turned heads during his Pro Day workout on Wednesday. Reed showed rare explosiveness with a 4.38 second 40-yard dash, 40-inch vertical and 11-foot, 4-inch broad jump, which would have led all receivers tested in Indianapolis in 2017. Reed's speed would have placed him third among receivers invited to the Combine this year, behind Washington's John Ross (4.22) and Ohio State's Curtis Samuel (4.31). Reed's vertical jump also would have been good for third among all pass-catchers, behind Texas A&M's Speedy Noil (43-5) and Georgia State's Robert Davis (41-0). Reed is currently ranked 110th on NFLDraftScout.com's board but if teams are convinced that the scary neck injury he suffered at the end of his junior season is OK, he could earn late-round or at least strong free-agent consideration based on these numbers. Tight end Jeremy Sprinkle also had a strong performance, clocking in the mid-4.5s in the 40-yard dash after recording a 4.69 at 6-5, 262 pounds in Indianapolis. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
03/16/17 - A total of 17 former Razorbacks showcased their abilities to 30 NFL teams on Wednesday afternoon during Arkansas' Pro Day held inside Walker Pavilion at the Fred W. Smith Center. The players took part in individual tests before breaking into positional work. None of the more than 300 athletes at this year's NFL Combine ran a sub-4.4 40-yard dash, broad jumped 11 feet and had a vertical of 40 or more inches. On Wednesday, wide receiver Dominique Reed did all of those things. Reed opened the day with a 40-yard dash clocked in the 4.37-4.40 range and then made his way to the vertical jump where he leaped 40 inches. Reed continued to impress in the first hour of Pro Day when he made his way to the broad jump where he delivered a leap of 11-foot-4, which would have been the second-best mark at this year's NFL Combine. Reed wasn't the only wide receiver that clocked some impressive times, as Drew Morgan improved on his times from the NFL Combine in the 40, 3-Cone Drill and 60-yard Shuttle. - Arkansas Football