Quarterback prospect Ryan Tannehill will hold his personal Pro Day Thursday on Texas A&M’s school campus. Per CBS Sports’ Dane Brugler, Tannehill will run the forty-yard dash, which should allay most remaining concerns about his January foot surgery.
Tannehill had the fifth metatarsal in his foot surgically repaired in late January.
Tannehill’s workout will begin at 10:30 a.m. Thursday. The forty will be the only timing-based drill in which Tannehill participates. He’ll then throw for “approximately 30-45 minutes,” per Brugler. Texas A&M wide receiver Jeff Fuller and running back Cyrus Gray will catch passes during Tannehill’s throwing session.
Though opinions of Tannehill are mixed around the draftnik community, Tannehill is highly regarded by NFL evaluators for his ideal size, strong arm, plus athleticism, and elite ability to make throws on the run.
He could go as high as No. 4 to the Browns, and isn’t expected to get past the Dolphins at No. 8. New Fins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman was Tannehill’s head coach in college.