PoVey finished his career at BYU with 128 tackles (87 Solo), three interceptions, five pass break-ups, and one fumble recovery. Although he improved each year as a safety, many teams that were looking at him were looking at his athleticism over his position. As mentioned in the Draft Profile post a number of teams were testing the waters with him as a wide receiver. Because of his athletic skills he has been trying to broaden his worth by working with former Cougar Austin Collie as he improves his pass catching and route running skills.
Although not invited to the combine, he turned some heads on Pro Day as he ran a 4.02 20-yard shuttle, a 6.71 3-cone drill, and had a broad jump of 123 inches. If his Pro Day numbers had been recorded at the combine he would have ranked in the top 10 among safeties in six different areas.
If PoVey makes the team, the Packers will get a player that will give his all to make himself and the team better and this could translate to a practice squad or special teams player in the short term and a solid back-up in the long term.