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2013 NFL Draft: Pro Days, other draft notes

Catching up with some of the news and notes from Pro Days and other NFL Draft chatter over the past few days.

Miguel Maysonet at the Scouting Combine
Miguel Maysonet at the Scouting Combine

We haven't paid much attention to Pro Days and notes about individual 2013 NFL Draft prospects of late, though we did discuss the presence of New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese at the Georgia Pro Day this week. Let's look around at some other interesting notes from the past week regarding draft prospects.

Running back Miguel Maysonet is intriguing enough that 28 teams showed up at the Stony Brook Pro Day. Maysonet is likely to be the first -ever NFL draft pick from Stony Brook.

We mentioned Reese attending the Georgia Pro Day. Here is a summary of how all of the notable draft prospects did there.

Despite the signing of Brandon Myers by the Giants, we seem to keep talking about tight ends. Which brings us to a report on how Stanford's Zach Ertz performed at his Pro Day.

Every NFL team attended the Rutgers Pro Day. Anyone interested in linebacker Khaseem Greene?

Following the Boise State Pro Day, Great Blue North called cornerback Jamar Taylor "a rising star in this year's draft class." CBS Sports has a second-round grade on the 5-foot-11, 192-pound Taylor.

Tank Carradine did 32 bench press reps of 225 pounds at the Florida State Pro Day. He will run and work out for NFL scouts prior to the draft next month. Speaking of the Florida State Pro, Russ Lande of the National Football Post said defensive end Bjoern Werner, who some think might be available for the Giants at 19th overall, "had an exceptional workout."

In a 'risers and fallers' post this week, the NFP's Lande listed linebacker Arthur Brown and defensive tackle Sylvester Williams as risers. Lande said many teams see Brown as the "most complete inside linebacker in the Draft who has no character issues." Lande thinks Williams may have moved ahead of Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd on some draft boards.

Chris Burke of released a new Big Board this week.