by Leathers - As expected, Sean Walker and Jared Fagan posted the top 40-yard dash times, with unofficial bests of 4.44 and 4.47, respectively. Langford's unofficial time on the artificial surface was 4.55. D.J. Moore remained in the 4.5 time he ran at the Combine.
When the action moves to position drills, Moore hardly took a break, showing the same versatility he displayed as a Commodore. As soon as defensive secondary drills ended, Moore proceeded to improve in a series of receiving drills. After that, he spent 15 minutes catching punts.
Showing that he was willing to try positions besides quarterback, Nickson showed excellent hands in receiving drills. He also threw a handful of passes.
Working in front of fewer special teams, Bryant Hahnfeldt also impressed, offering a strong punting display and kicking accuracy.
At the end of the day, Langford again impressed in the 225-lb. bench press with 17 repetitions.
Spotted in the Crowd...
Former Commodore defensive back great Corey Chavous was present as a bystander and videographer. Recently cut by the Rams, the knowledgable Chavous has multiple career options in the game.
Coach Johnson made a brief appearance on the practice field after morning staff meetings. Many current Commodore student-athletes and staffers also watched the proceedings. Others in attendance were Vanderbilt Vice Chancellor David Williams, former Titan wide receiver Chris Sanders and current Titan secondary coach Marcus Robertson.