Penn State’s Pro Day: Aaron Maybin improves 40-time

 

Penn State defensive end Aaron Maybin improved his forty time significantly today running a 4.59 40-yard dash at Penn State’s pro day. Maybin ran a 4.78 40-yard dash at the combine. Maybin also gained 25 pounds since the end of the college football season. Maybin, 6 foot 4 weighed in at 252 lbs Maybin is currently projected as a top 15 pick

The Latest Scouting Combine Buzz; Maybin runs a 4.78 – 40 yard dash

 

Penn State Update Penn State Linebacker Aaron Maybin, a projected top 20 pick ran the 40 yard dash in the unofficial time of a 4.78 this morning. As reported last week it was speculated that Maybin gained 12-15 pounds and that appears to be the case. Maybin weighed in at 249lbs. Wakes Forest Linebacker Aaron Curry regarded as the top linebacker entering the draft ran the 40 yard dash in the unofficial time of 4.54. Curry is believed to be getting consideration as the #1 pick¬†according to recent reports. Center A.Q. Shipley helped his stock as he ran a 5.19 40-yard dash and also bench-pressed 225lbs – 33 times. Shipley is still seen as a mid-round selection because of his size but teams like him and feel he has value. There could be a team out there that takes him earlier than most people think he will go. Mixed reviewsRead More »

NFL Draft Report: Maybin “bulking up”

 

There’s talk that the Penn State star defensive end Aaron Maybin has bulked up in the past couple weeks and has gained 12-15 pounds as he prepares for the NFL combine. Maybin, 6 foot 4 played at 235lbs this season. Scouts love Maybin’s potential which has led to some talk that he could be a top 10 pick. There has also been some leaks that he’s been running his 40 times in the 4.65 – 4.70 range. Maybin is expected to sign with super agent Drew Rosenhaus. Pitt running back LeSean McCoy remains in Miami training extensively with potential draft picks. Drew Rosenhaus the agent for McCoy continues to tout McCoy as the best running back in the draft. Steelers scouts have been raving about

Saturday’s NFL Draft Buzz

 

Family members of LeSean McCoy made it known this week that he would declare for the NFL draft. On Friday he had an emotional meeting with the coaching staff and now he won’t make a decision until next week. Guaranteed dollars is the big thing in the NFL. There is a major difference between a late first rounder and early second round pick. The last pick in the first round in the 2008 draft was Kenny Phillips. His signing bonus was about

Penn State’s Aaron Maybin turning pro

 

Penn State defensive end Aaron Maybin who began the season as a backup will declare for the NFL draft. Maybin was told by a draft advisory board that he is a projected first round pick. Maybin finished the regular season with 45 tackles, 19 tackles for loss and a Big Ten best 12 sacks. TIOPS projects Maybin as a top 20 pick