McTelvin Agim headlines Arkansas’ pro day

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Defensive lineman McTelvin Agim was the top prospect at the Arkansas Razorbacks’ football pro day Wednesday morning inside the Walker Pavilion.

The Texarkana native, but former Hope Bobcat, displayed a 30.5-inch vertical, 9-1 broad jump, ran the 20-yard shuttle in 4.66 seconds, and completed the 3-cone in 7.55 seconds.

“I feel like I tested well in everything, honestly,” Agim said. “I could have tested better of course, but like I said, I had a 9-1 broad jump, at 307 (pounds) that’s pretty good. 7.57 in the L-cone, I don’t know where that matches up. But it’s pretty good in my eyes. A 30 1/2 [vertical]. 27 (reps) on bench. Those are all good numbers.”

While Agim doesn’t put much stock into who has interviewed him at the East-West Shrine Game, Senior Bowl, and NFL Scouting Combine, as those teams typically don’t draft who they interview, the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans have asked him for a workout.

Agim wasn’t the only defensive player who drew interest from the NFL. After turning heads at the combine, teams are starting to show interest in linebacker De’Jon “Scoota” Harris, who visited with the New York Giants the night before the pro day and has a workout scheduled with the Los Angeles Rams.

“There were a lot of things that scouts didn’t know I could do,” said Harris. “I couldn’t display it throughout scheme on defense. So, practically, a majority of the scouts at the combine came in and I did my thing here today. So, overall, I think it was a pretty good process for me.”

At the combine and at his pro day, Harris demonstrated his agility and quickness along with playing faster than he looked in former defensive coordinator John Chavis’ scheme.

Safety Kamren Curl decided to leave Arkansas after his junior year and join the NFL. For the Muskogee High School product, the decision to leave Arkansas was one he had on his mind before the 2019 season started.

“It was like always in my head even before the season, but it was just my gut feeling,” Curl said. “During the season I just felt like it was my time to go.”

The Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens, and New Orleans Saints have shown interest in Curl.

Running back Devwah Whaley wasn’t invited to the combine, nor has he drawn much interest from teams to this point. However, Whaley believes all he needs is one shot with an NFL team to prove his worth.

Other participants were OL Austin Chapps, DL Jamario Bell, OLB Gabe Richardson, TE Chase Harrell, DB Britto Tutt, DL T.J. Smith, and DB Matt Berry.