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UCLA Pro Day 2023: Top Performances Despite Rainy Conditions

On a rainy day in Southern California, the UCLA Bruins held their Pro Day for 2023 NFL draft prospects. Despite the weather, the 15 draft prospects put on a good show for the 31 NFL teams that had representatives in attendance.

On a rainy day in Southern California, the UCLA Bruins held their Pro Day for 2023 NFL draft prospects. Despite the weather, the 15 draft prospects put on a good show for the 31 NFL teams that had representatives in attendance. Let's take a look at how some of the top prospects fared.


Dorian Thompson-Robinson had a solid showing at his pro day, displaying improvement in his mechanics and a bit more zip on the ball. Although he threw a couple of underthrown balls, he showed promise as a high upside prospect.


Zach Charbonnet didn't participate much until the three-cone and passing drills, where he emphasized his ability to catch passes out of the backfield. He also explained his decision to not participate in collegiate all-star bowl games, saying it was a decision made with his coaches.


Jake Bobo had a pretty good pro day, clocking in at an unofficial 4.67 40-yard dash and showcasing his catch radius and ability to make catches even when the ball wasn't perfectly thrown.

Kazemir Allen, a hybrid RB/WR, showcased his speed and athleticism during his time at UCLA but will need to become a more complete receiver to succeed at the next level.


Michael Ezieke displayed his athleticism and catch radius during his pro day, running an unofficial 4.54 40-yard dash and showcasing his route running ability. He has already been drafted to the Memphis Showboats of the USFL if he isn't picked in the NFL draft.


In addition to the top prospects mentioned above, the UCLA Pro Day also featured several other impressive performances.


One notable player was Greg Dulcich, a tight end who has been turning heads with his athleticism and receiving ability. Dulcich had a strong showing at the Pro Day, displaying good hands and route-running skills, and running a fast 40-yard dash time of 4.58 seconds.


Another player who stood out was defensive back Qwuantrezz Knight, who impressed scouts with his size and speed. Knight ran an unofficial 4.42 40-yard dash time and showed good coverage skills during drills.


Overall, the UCLA Pro Day provided an opportunity for the school's top draft prospects to showcase their abilities in front of NFL teams. Despite the rainy weather, the players demonstrated their potential and left a positive impression on scouts and coaches. As the draft approaches, it will be interesting to see where these talented prospects end up.

Ric Tapia

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Thursday, March 16, 2023

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