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BSU's Pro Day a success

Ryan Clady made his mark on NFL scouts yesterday, virtually assuring himself to be the second offensive lineman taken in April's NFL Draft. According to the Statesman, more than 50 pro personnel representing 30 of the NFL teams were on hand to watch Clady and a dozen other former Broncos work out and go through drills.

By all accounts, Clady impressed during the session, likely solidifying his spot as the No. 2 offensive tackle in the draft behind Michigan's Jake Long. Representatives from the San Francisco 49ers and Washington Redskins spoke with him after the workout. The Chicago Bears have a private workout scheduled with Clady for next week.

"With his workout I know he impressed everybody," said Clady's agent, Pat Dye Jr., who was not allowed inside during the workouts, but spoke with NFL personnel after the session. "Everybody came out and said he really helped himself."

Clady had a disappointing Combine performance after being forced to sit out with an injury. Doing well in yesterday's Pro Day assured everyone that he is worth a high first-round pick.

Clady solidifies his draft status [Idaho Statesman]
BSU's Clady impresses crowd at Pro Day workout [Idaho Statesman]