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Ole Miss pro day 2016: Tracking results and highlights

18 Rebels will participate in Monday's pro day scouting events, including probable first round picks Laremy Tunsil, Laquon Treadwell, and Robert Nkemdiche.

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The 2016 NFL Draft is exactly one month away in Chicago, Ill., and in preparation for that selection process, Ole Miss is hosting its pro day event at the Manning Center on Monday. Fittingly, 18 Rebel prospects look to hone their running, jumping, agility and skills credentials in a closed-to-the-public session that will air on NFL and SEC Networks beginning at 10:30 a.m. CT.

Check back here throughout the day for updates on all the Rebels' performances, along with highlights, scout buzz and more.

Update: Pro day is over and Ole Miss was very fickle about releasing results. What you see below has been pieced together from the athletic department and beat writers (sources are linked). We'll add on if and when more results filter out.

All of these are unofficial

Player 40-yd dash Bench press Vertical jump Broad jump 3-cone drill 20-yd shuttle 60-yd shuttle
Laremy Tunsil, OT -- 34 reps 28.5 in.

Laquon Treadwell, WR 4.63 sec.
33.5 in.

Robert Nkemdiche, DT --

Fahn Cooper, OT

Cody Core, WR

37.5 in.

C.J. Johnson, LB

Trae Elston, S 4.46 sec.

Mike Hilton, DB 4.55 sec.

Jaylen Walton, RB 4.50 sec.

114 in.

Justin Bell, OG

Aaron Morris, OG

Woodrow Hamilton, DT

Chief Brown, DB 4.60 sec.
37 in. 125 in.

Christian Russell, LB

Channing Ward, DE 4.74 sec.

Former players
Bryon Bennett, DL

Serderius Bryant, LB

Vince Sanders, WR

Laremy Tunsil is... not human.

Umm, yea, that weighs 225 pounds.

But surely a guy that big and strong lacks foot speed... oh.

He decided to skip the 40, which he also skipped at the Combine.

That really just speaks to how comfortable he is about his stock, though. No point in risking anything by running a drill you're not comfortable with.

Hell, he's already planning what he's gonna do with that No. 1 overall money.

Laquon's 40 wasn't great, but about what we expected.

Treadwell came in saying he wanted to get down in the 4.5 range, but ended up running a 4.65 and a 4.63 in his two sprints. That's probably enough to keep him out of the top 10, but he should still be comfortably in the middle of the first round.

Read a full breakdown of his 40 time and what it means for his draft stock.

He found other ways to impress, though.

Robert Nkemdiche is showing off his athleticism.

How bout Trae Elston?

Elston has been mostly ignored by the draft media, so hopefully his 4.45 40 will wake some folks up. The SEC Network analysts said they'd heard NFL scouts mentioning him as a fourth- or fifth-round guy.

More coming.