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 2013 OU Pro Day Highlights
 Name  Video Link
 Jaydan Bird  Video Highlights
 Derrick Bradley  Video Highlights
 Justin Brown  Video Highlights
 Daniel Franklin  Video Highlights
 Javon Harris  Video Highlights
 Lamar Harris  Video Highlights
 Demontre Hurst  Video Highlights
 Joseph Ibiloye  Video Highlights
 Tony Jefferson  Video Highlights
 Landry Jones  Video Highlights
 David King  Video Highlights
 Jamarkus McFarland  Video Highlights
 Joel Ossom  Video Highlights
 Jesse Paulsen  Video Highlights
 Casey Walker  Video Highlights
 R.J. Washington  Video Highlights
 Tress Way  Video Highlights
 Dominique Whaley  Video Highlights
 Tom Wort
 Video Highlights
NORMAN, Okla. -- Thirty-five personnel executives, scouts and assistant coaches from all 32 NFL organizations descended on the Everest Training Center on Wednesday to check out 26 Sooners who put their skills on display. The highest-ranking NFL executive in attendance was Buffalo Bills assistant general manager Doug Whaley.
 
Whaley was among the many NFL representatives who had high praise for the Oklahoma program.
 
"Coach Schmidt (director of sports enhancement, Jerry Schmidt) runs a smooth operation and makes it very easy for us," Whaley said. "When you get guys from Oklahoma, you know you're going to get guys who are in excellent condition, know how to work and are well conditioned."
 
In addition to the six Sooners who attended the recent NFL Combine in Indianapolis - Tony Jefferson, Lane Johnson, Landry Jones, Stacy McGee and Kenny Stills - 20 other former OU players participated in the event that concluded around 2 p.m. That total included three players who didn't suit up for the Sooners last year - defensive backs Sam Proctor, Brian Jackson (most recently of the St. Louis Rams) and Reggie Smith (most recently of the Carolina Panthers).
 
  Johnson's Ascent Continues

Sooners' fans know the story of Lane Johnson well. This former high school quarterback has undergone a remarkable transformation. After beginning his collegiate career as a quarterback and tight end at Kilgore College, he redshirted during the 2009 season at OU, beginniing his career as a tight end, then moving to defensive end and ultimately finding his niche at offensive tackle. Johnson credits the OU strength and conditioning program and the coaching staff for helping him evolve into a potential top 10 pick according to some mock drafts.
 
"When I got to JUCO I was around 220 (pounds), and then I switched to tight end the second semester after the first year of playing in the fall and I was around 250," he recalled. "I got here and Jerry Schmidt got ahold of me and got me up to 300, 305 playing well and I think it's a testament of what he can do to players here at Oklahoma."
 
No doubt, the first few months of 2013 will be a time that Johnson won't soon forget. Life's been a whirlwind since he concluded his OU career in the AT&T Cotton Bowl on Jan. 4.
 
"It's been a crazy process," he admitted. "The day after I got married on January 6, I flew out to Arizona and started training. A few weeks after that I went to the Senior Bowl, did well out there and showed people what I can do. Three weeks later I was at the Combine, and I went out there and knew I was going to post pretty good numbers. Here at pro day all I did was weigh in, so everything's kind of going downhill from now."
 
Originally slated to participate in position drills at today's Pro Day, no NFL offensive line coaches made their way to Norman, so Johnson will instead go through a series of individual workouts for selected teams in the coming weeks, beginning with the Panthers on Thursday. The Chiefs will be in town on March 22, a trip to Arizona is on tap for April 15 and the Jets are also on the agenda at some point.
 
"It feels good," Johnson concluded. "A lot of years of hard work, a lot of years where I wasn't playing and things weren't going well, but you stay consistent with your goals and things will pay off."
 
And did we mention that Johnson wasn't flagged once for holding the entire 2012 season?
 
  All Eyes on Landry

Whitney Hand wasn't the only person in attendance at the Everest Training Center who was interested in the performance of Landry Jones, the man who has thrown for more yards than any other player in Big 12 history. Tom Moore, assistant head coach/offense for the Arizona Cardinals made a specific point of asking Jones to throw several balls to Kenny Stills standing flat-footed to test Jones' arm strength. This came on the heels of 71 different throws made by Jones from a variety of spots on the field.
 
"I mean he's a legend in the NFL so it was huge for him to come out here and throw with us and do all that," Jones said of his interaction with Moore. Many football fans will know Moore as the gray-haired guru of the passing game who helped mold the NFL career of Peyton Manning with the Indianapolis Colts.
 
While Jones wasn't necessarily feeling sentimental, it may have been the last time that he throws passes to any number of former OU teammates.
 
"It was great getting back out here with Kenny (Stills), Justin (Brown), Dom (Whaley) and Jaydan (Bird)," he said. "It was awesome. We had a couple other guys that were in, Cameron Kenny, Brett Swain and Mark Clayton. I've thrown to Cameron but this is the first time I've got to throw with Brett and Mark but all in all it was a good day."
 
Jones indicated that he'll likely remain in Norman until he learns his pro football fate on draft day.
 
"This is a long process," he said. "But on draft day you'll figure out where you're going. Like I said, God has a team for me and for Whitney and we'll figure out where we're going from there."
 
While there is no consensus on where Jones will be selected and where he'll suit up on Sundays next fall, there is no arguing that he was one of college football's most efficient quarterbacks last year. According to X-INFO data provided courtesy of STATS, LLC, Jones was among the nation's leaders in air yards (second with 2,286), successful play percentage (third at 57 percent) and adjusted completion percentage (third at 63 percent).
 
  Paulsen's Performance

If there was one individual who might have jumped on to some NFL radars today, it may have been safety Jesse Paulsen. Paulsen finished first or tied for first in four different categories and was second in two others.
 
"Hopefully I did enough to get noticed by some teams today," he said. "I've been training hard and am just looking for an opportunity."
 
Paulsen was the leader or tied for first in four categories (40-yard dash, 20-yard shuttle, broad jump and 3-cone drill) and was second in two more (vertical jump and 60-yard shuttle).

 Height
 Feet-Inches
 Jaydan Bird  6-1
 Derrick Bradley  5-7.3
 Justin Brown  6-3.1
 Daniel Franklin  6-1.3
 Javon Harris  5-11.2
 Lamar Harris  6-0.7
 Demontre Hurst  5-9.1
 Joseph Ibiloye  6-2.3
 Tony Jefferson  5-11
 Lane Johnson  6-6.4
 Landry Jones  6-4
 David King  6-4.2
 Jamarkus McFarland  6-1.6
 Stacy McGee  6-3.6
 Joel Ossom  5-9
 Jesse Paulsen  6-0.3
 Kenny Stills  6-0.5
 Casey Walker  6-1.1
 R.J. Washington  6-2.5
 Dominique Whaley  5-10.4
 Tom Wort  6-0.3
 Brian Jackson  6-0.3
 Sam Proctor  6-0.2
 Reggie Smith  6-0
 James Winchester  6-3.2
 
 Weight
 Pounds
 Jaydan Bird  231
 Derrick Bradley  172
 Justin Brown  207
 Daniel Franklin  242
 Javon Harris  199
 Lamar Harris  185
 Demontre Hurst  189
 Joseph Ibiloye  224
 Tony Jefferson  212
 Lane Johnson  310
 Landry Jones  225
 David King  275
 Jamarkus McFarland  305
 Stacy McGee  310
 Joel Ossom  233
 Jesse Paulsen  201
 Kenny Stills  194
 Casey Walker  336
 R.J. Washington  269
 Dominique Whaley  205
 Tom Wort  235
 Brian Jackson  204
 Sam Proctor  219
 Reggie Smith  203
 James Winchester  241
 
 Hand
 Inches
 Jaydan Bird  9 5/8
 Derrick Bradley  8 1/2
 Justin Brown  9 1/2
 Daniel Franklin  9 5/8
 Javon Harris  8 3/4
 Lamar Harris  8 5/8
 Demontre Hurst  8 3/8
 Joseph Ibiloye  10 3/8
 Tony Jefferson  9 3/8
 Lane Johnson  10
 Landry Jones  9
 David King  9 3/4
 Jamarkus McFarland  10 1/4
 Stacy McGee  9 1/4
 Joel Ossom  9
 Jesse Paulsen  9 3/8
 Kenny Stills  8 3/8
 Casey Walker  9 5/8
 R.J. Washington  9 1/4
 Dominique Whaley  9 1/2
 Tom Wort  8 7/8
 Brian Jackson  9 7/8
 Sam Proctor  9
 Reggie Smith  9 1/4
 James Winchester  9 1/2
         
 Arm
 Inches
 Jaydan Bird  29 1/2
 Derrick Bradley  31 1/8
 Justin Brown  32
 Daniel Franklin  31 1/4
 Javon Harris  31 5/8
 Lamar Harris  31 7/8
 Demontre Hurst  31 3/8
 Joseph Ibiloye  33 1/8
 Tony Jefferson  30 3/4
 Lane Johnson  35 1/4
 Landry Jones  32 1/4
 David King  34
 Jamarkus McFarland  32 3/8
 Stacy McGee  33 5/8
 Joel Ossom  32
 Jesse Paulsen  30 7/8
 Kenny Stills  30 1/2
 Casey Walker  31 5/8
 R.J. Washington  33 1/8
 Dominique Whaley  31 3/4
 Tom Wort  30 3/8
 Brian Jackson  33 1/4
 Sam Proctor  33 5/8
 Reggie Smith  30 5/8
 James Winchester  32 7/8
 
 Wingspan
 Inches
 Jaydan Bird  75 1/2
 Derrick Bradley  72 7/8
 Justin Brown  79
 Daniel Franklin  76 1/4
 Javon Harris  75 3/8
 Lamar Harris  77
 Demontre Hurst  75 1/2
 Joseph Ibiloye  70 1/2
 Tony Jefferson  75 7/8
 Lane Johnson  83 3/8
 Landry Jones  77 1/8
 David King  80 5/8
 Jamarkus McFarland  78 1/4
 Stacy McGee  83 3/4
 Joel Ossom  76 3/8
 Jesse Paulsen  76 1/4
 Kenny Stills  73 1/4
 Casey Walker  76 1/2
 R.J. Washington  77 1/4
 Dominique Whaley  76 1/2
 Tom Wort  75 1/4
 Brian Jackson  79 1/2
 Sam Proctor  79 7/8
 Reggie Smith  75
 James Winchester  80 1/4
 
 Vertical Jump
 Inches
 Jaydan Bird  32.5
 Derrick Bradley  30
 Justin Brown  30.5
 Daniel Franklin  36.5
 Javon Harris  34
 Lamar Harris  37
 Demontre Hurst  37
 Joseph Ibiloye  33
 Tony Jefferson  -
 Lane Johnson  -
 Landry Jones  -
 David King  32
 Jamarkus McFarland  31.5
 Stacy McGee  -
 Joel Ossom  30.5
 Jesse Paulsen  39.5
 Kenny Stills  -
 Casey Walker  24
 R.J. Washington  30
 Dominique Whaley  36.5
 Tom Wort  -
 Brian Jackson  34
 Sam Proctor  33.5
 Reggie Smith  41
 James Winchester  -
         
 Broad Jump
 Feet-Inches
 Jaydan Bird  9'8"
 Derrick Bradley  9'8"
 Justin Brown  9'9"
 Daniel Franklin  9'6"
 Javon Harris  9'11.5"
 Lamar Harris  10'3"
 Demontre Hurst  10'0.5"
 Joseph Ibiloye  9'3"
 Tony Jefferson  -
 Lane Johnson  -
 Landry Jones  -
 David King  9'7"
 Jamarkus McFarland  8'4"
 Stacy McGee  -
 Joel Ossom  9'
 Jesse Paulsen  11'2"
 Kenny Stills  -
 Casey Walker  7'9.5"
 R.J. Washington  9'2"
 Dominique Whaley  10'4"
 Tom Wort  -
 Brian Jackson  10'1"
 Sam Proctor  10'
 Reggie Smith  10'11"
 James Winchester  -
 
 40-Yard Dash
 Seconds
 Jaydan Bird  4.80
 Derrick Bradley  4.65
 Justin Brown  4.59
 Daniel Franklin  4.91
 Javon Harris  4.59
 Lamar Harris  4.65
 Demontre Hurst  4.50
 Joseph Ibiloye  4.85
 Tony Jefferson  -
 Lane Johnson  -
 Landry Jones  -
 David King  4.72
 Jamarkus McFarland  5.38
 Stacy McGee  -
 Joel Ossom  5.08
 Jesse Paulsen  4.45
 Kenny Stills  -
 Casey Walker  5.09
 R.J. Washington  4.83
 Dominique Whaley  4.59
 Tom Wort  4.75
 Brian Jackson  -
 Sam Proctor  4.70
 Reggie Smith  4.51
 James Winchester  -
 
 20-Yard Shuttle
 Seconds
 Jaydan Bird  4.43
 Derrick Bradley  4.53
 Justin Brown  4.37
 Daniel Franklin  4.32
 Javon Harris  4.20
 Lamar Harris  4.18
 Demontre Hurst  4.27
 Joseph Ibiloye  4.46
 Tony Jefferson  4.18
 Lane Johnson  -
 Landry Jones  -
 David King  -
 Jamarkus McFarland  4.79
 Stacy McGee  -
 Joel Ossom  4.56
 Jesse Paulsen  4.13
 Kenny Stills  -
 Casey Walker  4.99
 R.J. Washington  4.69
 Dominique Whaley  4.55
 Tom Wort  -
 Brian Jackson  4.25
 Sam Proctor  4.28
 Reggie Smith  4.21
 James Winchester  -
         
 Three-Cone Drill
 Seconds
 Jaydan Bird  7.38
 Derrick Bradley  7.44
 Justin Brown  6.95
 Daniel Franklin  -
 Javon Harris  7.11
 Lamar Harris  7.15
 Demontre Hurst  7.10
 Joseph Ibiloye  7.73
 Tony Jefferson  7.33
 Lane Johnson  -
 Landry Jones  -
 David King  -
 Jamarkus McFarland  8.08
 Stacy McGee  -
 Joel Ossom  7.93
 Jesse Paulsen  6.95
 Kenny Stills  -
 Casey Walker  8.46
 R.J. Washington  7.64
 Dominique Whaley  7.42
 Tom Wort  -
 Brian Jackson  7.31
 Sam Proctor  7.25
 Reggie Smith  -
 James Winchester  -
 
 60-Yard Shuttle
 Seconds
 Jaydan Bird  11.65
 Derrick Bradley  11.72
 Justin Brown  11.41
 Daniel Franklin  -
 Javon Harris  11.49
 Lamar Harris  11.38
 Demontre Hurst  11.47
 Joseph Ibiloye  12.01
 Tony Jefferson  -
 Lane Johnson  -
 Landry Jones  -
 David King  -
 Jamarkus McFarland  -
 Stacy McGee  -
 Joel Ossom  11.67
 Jesse Paulsen  10.73
 Kenny Stills  -
 Casey Walker  -
 R.J. Washington  -
 Dominique Whaley  10.34
 Tom Wort  -
 Brian Jackson  11.60
 Sam Proctor  11.55
 Reggie Smith  11.25
 James Winchester  -