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Jonah Trinnaman Impresses at BYU Football Pro Day

Yeah, Jonah is fast

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BYU held its annual Pro Day Friday morning in front of NFL scouts from most of the NFL teams around the league, and Jonah Trinnaman was the star of the day with his performance.

Trinnaman officially ran a 4.30 40-yard dash, had a 12 foot broad jump and 40.5 inch vertical jump. The first two marks would have led ALL players at this year’s NFL combine, and his vertical jump would have led all wide receivers. The 144-inch broad jump is only 4 inches away from the world record.

Trinnaman’s performance caught the eye of some national media pundits.

If Trinnaman’s performance doesn’t cause a team to use a late round draft pick on him, he’ll get a shot to make a 53-man roster as an undrafted free agent.

Tejan Koroma also put on a good showing for scouts. He put up 32 reps on the bench press (225 pounds), ran a 5.20 40-yard dash, and had a 30.5 inch vertical jump. All those numbers would have been near the top in their respective categories at the combine.

Tejan’s performance also put him on the radar for NFL teams, as he has a visit with the Cowboys and other teams in the coming weeks.

The NFL Draft will be held April 26-28.