Former Cowboys Compete For NFL Futures

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Oklahoma State held it’s annual pro day on Thursday, March 13, as 26 former Cowboys worked out for over 40 different NFL scouts and staff.

Among those in attendance was Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin.

Tomlin paid particular attention to how former Cowboys cornerback Justin Gilbert performed.

Gilbert ran one of the fastest 40 yard dashes at the NFL combine and has been projected to go as high as eighth overall in May’s NFL draft.

Here’s Gilbert on his day:

Former Carl Albert High School product Daytawion Lowe made a big splash in front of pro personnel.

Lowe had only one other safety run a faster 40 yard dash than him at the NFL combine and had just two other players record higher marks from the combine in the vertical jump.

Lowe trained in Stillwater before pro day and talks about how he possibly aided his stock for the draft:

Ex Cowboys quarterback Clint Chelf worked out and threw for scouts too.

Chelf said he already has a workout lined up with the Atlanta Falcons in the future.

Here's the former OSU signal caller on his day and future:

Former Oklahoma State receiver Josh Stewart surprised some people when he declared for the NFL draft after his junior season in Stillwater.

Stewart didn't perform as well as he would have liked at the NFL combine and made it a goal to improve his measurements at OSU's pro day.

The ex Cowboy receiver and return man managed to knock off a tenth of a second off his 40 yard dash from the combine to the pro day, finishing at 4.59 seconds.

Here's Stewart on how he felt he performed:

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