The NFL was in town on Wednesday when Michigan State Football held its annual Pro Day event, which returned after a year-long hiatus. All 32 professional franchises were represented, a total of 35 NFL employees, to watch the Spartans’ three candidates for 2021 and seven members of the 2019 team hoping for a chance in the league.
Outgoing Spartans attempting to extend the program’s draft streak to 81 straight years include cornerback Shakur Brown, defensive tackle Naquan Jones and linebacker Antjuan Simmons. They were joined by seven former teammates to safety, David Dowell, cornerback Josh Butler, quarterback Brian Lewerke, Matt Seybert, offensive lineman Tyler Higby, linebacker Tyriq Thompson and long snapper Ryan Armor. MSU head coach Mel Tucker and player hiring manager Scott Aligo invited the former players back after their Pro Day was canceled last March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Below are full measurements and test results of the MSU’s three drafts of hope for 2021 per year Senior Bowl CEO Jim Nagy::