The Warrior Beat

Pro Day

March 31st, 2011

CARSON, Calif. — Former Warriors were impressive at today's pro day at the Home Depot Center.

Seventeen former UH football players went through speed, jumping, agility and weight-lifting tests. Afterward, representatives from each NFL team met, then came up with a consensus on what they decided would be the final results.

Slotback Kealoha Pilares apparently has fully recovered from a knee injury suffered in the Dec. 24 Hawaii Bowl. One NFL scout timed Pilares at 4.37 seconds in the 40-yard dash. But  NFL scouts decided to credit Pilares with a 4.42 time.

Offensive tackle Laupepa Letuli bench pressed 225 pounds 42 times, but was credited with 35 because he did not fully lock his arms on seven lifts. He initially was credited with 39 reps — a total UH head coach Greg McMackin insisted Letuli reached.

And safety Mana Silva  appeared to have set a UH pro day record when it was announced he had a 42-inch vertical jump. But during the meeting, it was decided he did not cleanly hit the a marker, and was credited with a 40-inch jump.

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Here's Greg Salas:



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And running back Alex Green:



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Pilares on the broad jump:


And the vertical jump ...


And the 40-yard dash ...


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Oakland Raiders' head coach Hue Jackson:


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And this is what one side of the finish line looks like:


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