What did we learn from Miami football Pro Day?

Twelve recent Miami football alums took part in Pro Day on Monday at the Carol Soffer Indoor Practice Facility. Some were trying to better their NFL Combine numbers.

Mar 1, 2024; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami-Fl defensive back Kamren Kinchens (DB53) works out during
Mar 1, 2024; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami-Fl defensive back Kamren Kinchens (DB53) works out during / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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Taylor is projected to be the second Miami player off the board in the 2024 NFL Draft. After being projected as the 63rd overall prospect for the 2024 NFL Draft entering March, Taylor is currently 99th. Taylor ran a 5.12 40 after a 5.13 at the Combine and had a 30" vertical jump on Pro Day.

Cohen is projected as the 135th prospect in the 2024 NFL Draft. Entering March, Cohen was 123rd. In 1,332 pass reps, Cohen allowed only one sack between Alabama and Miami. Cohen performed below his draft projections at the NFL Combine. Cohen did not run the 40 at the NFL Combine.

Lee is the last of the Miami players participating on Pro Day who is projected to be drafted. The NFL Mock Draft Database currently projects Lee as the 223rd prospect. Lake reported that Lee ran a sub-five-second 40 on Pro Day after running a 5.03 at the combine and bench-pressed 225 pounds 25 times on Monday.

Cornerbacks Te'Cory Couch and Jaden Davis, DT Branson Deen, linebacker K.J. Cloyd and Keontra Smith and wide receiver Tyler Harrell were the other Miami players who participated in Pro Day on Monday. Pro Day was their opportunity to get in front of scouts from all 32 NFL teams and perform.