Undrafted Free Agent Davonte Lambert rising to the occasion
Virginia Tech running back JC Coleman can quite simply be described as a pure change of pace speedster. NFL Scouts have been very impressed with the speed and athleticism of the former Hokie. He is one of the few backs who can catch, run and return very well. His vast array of skills would make an asset to any team in the league. He has generated interest from the Chargers, Jets, Colts, and Jaguars. Most recently the Bears have reached out to JC Coleman.
Rick Serritella, one of the foremost experts in the draft since 2002, has posted his big board. You can read more at NFL Draft Bible.com
Brandon Williams is what many scouts would consider a freak athlete. He is the size of an NFL linebacker, yet at his pro day Williams ran a 4.69 40 yard dash, a time that ranks better than some receivers at the NFL Combine. Williams then followed that up by jumping a 37 inch vertical, which would have been enough to rank him second among all defensive lineman and fourth among all linebackers at the NFL Combine this year.
JC Coleman has was the MVP of the Military Bowl. He was a tremendous track athlete in 2015 was named All ACC in the 60m Dash. He ran 6.89 FAT which is the equivalent to a 4.3 40 yard dash time. Forget the 40 yard dash, his true confirmed track in the 60 meter dash shows the breakaway speed he displays on film. His pro day was exceptional.
Kaiwan Lewis has workouts set up with Jets and Giants this week.