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Just call the Southeastern Louisiana Pro Day the Teuhema show.
Maea and Sione Teuhema — who are one year apart in year — started out their careers at LSU but then both transferred to Southeastern Louisiana. Offensive guard Maea is the younger one and is one of the rare juniors from the FCS to declare early for the draft. According to NFLDraftScout he is a potential day three pick, while Sione — a DE/OLB/Edge type — is considered a priority free agent pickup by NFLDraftScout, and a seventh rounder by DraftSite.com.
Both were put through position drills. Maea did 20 reps on the bench press and ran a 5.20 time in the 40-yard dash, which isn't really a key measureable for offensive linemen. Sione's numbers were unavailable. He leaves SE La after two seasons, posting 80 tackles in 2017 with 19 tackles for loss and 9 sacks.
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At Alcorn State, there were several Braves who went through position drills who had already impressed scouts at Pro Days held at Southern Miss and Mississippi State. Players like DeLance Turner, Marquis Warford and Norlando Veals performed well and had some solid marks last week
It was actually a Morgan State individual performing at Alcorn, defensive back Donovan Jackson, who put up some fresh numbers and may have gotten himself a second look. He did 34 inches in the vertical and ran the 3-cone in a sub-7 second time (6.98), and sub-7 is considered a solid mark. He also ran the short shuttle in 4.37 seconds. He has spoken with the New York Giants.
"Things went well today," Jackson told HERO Sports after his Pro Day. "I wanted to run a faster 40 time but I'll take a 4.47 and keep working to get bigger, faster and stronger."