Gred Reid Grabs Spotlight in Return to FSU's Pro Day
MARCH 21, 2014, TALLAHASSEE, FL - Former Seminoles cornerback Greg Reid took to Doak Campbell Stadium one last time on Tuesday, March 18, to workout before scouts from all 32 NFL teams.
In addition to the scouts, also in attendance were New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin and general manager Kevin Colbert, Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell, Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer and Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly.
As for Reid, the cornerback measured in at 5' 8' and 178 lbs., and ran a 4.58 40-yard.
'I'm just really blessed that I was able to finish my workout,' said Reid. 'The day as a whole went really well, and I'm just happy to walk away from the experience feeling healthy. I'm all smiles.'
Reid may have not competed in a variety of the other standard player drills, but agent Derek Spearman mentioned the cornerback's workout alongside Florida State's top eligible defensive backs was incredibly solid.
'Greg was able to prove himself and prove that his knee is healed,' said Spearman. 'He was able showcase explosiveness, and also that his reaction times haven't dropped during one-on-ones. He had a really good worked out with all the DBs as well.'
As for Reid's healed injury, Spearman was happy to share that his client has received medical clearance, which will allow him to participate in private team workouts.
'We talked to his doctor today, and he said Greg's had the quickest turn around of an ACL injury that he's ever seen,' said Spearman.
Interviews with Reid are possible via media contact. Reid's website is www.G5Takeover.com and you can connect with him on social media using the handle @G5Takeover.
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