Jarrett has plenty of critics

As the pro day season winds down, Ted Ginn Jr. and John Beason are still looking to help themselves, writes Todd McShay.

Originally Published: March 22, 2007
By Todd McShay | Scouts Inc.
Two potential first-round picks in the upcoming draft -- Ohio State WR/RS Ted Ginn Jr. and Miami OLB John Beason -- have announced workout dates, after sitting out their respective pro days due to injury. Beason will complete his workout at a high school facility in Hollywood, Fla. on April 5. Ginn Jr. hopes to be fully recovered one week later for his newly scheduled workout at Ohio State on April 12.

The 2007 pro day season is nearing its end. Arkansas will hold its second on-campus workout next week (April 2), but neither of its first-round prospects is expected to run. In fact, there isn't a pro day remaining for a school boasting a first-day prospect in this year's draft. Below is a breakdown of the most significant workouts in the last week.

Pro Day Briefings

USC Trojans (March 28)
WR Dwayne Jarrett's much anticipated on-campus workout was less than spectacular. Because Jarrett ran his two 40-yard dash attempts (4.61 and 4.66) in the same range as former Trojan Mike Williams (Lions), the comparison between the two only will intensify between now and the draft.