There's still several individual workouts for players who were injured during their own pro day, but Columbia (New York) is the final university to hold its own pro day of the 2013 season.
According to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net, there's one prospect to keep an eye on who worked out at another pro day earlier this year.
"Lost in the shuffle of last week’s Rutgers pro-day was the performance of Columbia defensive end/outside linebacker Josh Martin," writes Pauline. "Measuring 6024/246, Martin timed the forty between 4.67s-to-4.70s, touched 37-inches in the vertical jump then timed 4.41s in the short shuttle and 7.28s in the 3 cone. Scouts were pleased that Martin, who primarily lined up at defensive end for Columbia, measured over 6? 2” (he was listed at 6? – 1.5? prior to the season)."
During his senior season, Martin made 50 tackles, 11.5 for a loss and 6.5 sacks.
There's been no published confirmation that the Packers that the Packers will attend Columbia's pro day, but it's the last such workout they'll have the opportunity to attend outside of any individual workouts.
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