LARAMIE, Wyo. - The University of Wyoming's annual pro-timing day for NFL draft-eligible Cowboys will be held on Thursday, March 10 beginning at 11 a.m. in the Indoor Practice Facility. The testing will run for approximately one hour, and will be open to media and the general public. Individuals attending may park in the Stadium Lot, which is located east of War Memorial Stadium and south of the Indoor Practice Facility. Wyoming senior defensive end Eddie Yarbrough, who earned All-Mountain West Conference honors three consecutive years, will be one of the Cowboys taking part in Wyoming's 2016 Pro Timing Day.
Among the drills that Wyoming's draft-eligible players will be measured and tested by NFL Scouts will be: the vertical jump, standing long jump, 40-yard dash, 3-cone test, I-test, 60-yard shuttle and some specific position testing.
There will be a designated, fenced area in the west end zone of the Indoor Practice Facility for parents of players, fans and others to observe the testing. All those attending are asked to respect the importance of the day for the former Cowboys who are participating in the testing. With that in mind, please wait until after the testing is completed to try to speak with the former Cowboys participating.