Brett Toth Pro Day

Brett Toth’s Pro Day was the most attended workout at West Point over the last five years.

At least 20 scouts from 12 teams watched Army’s senior tackle go through the combine-like workout, which included the bench press, 40-yard dash, vertical jump, standing long jump, shuttle and cone drills.

The Giants and Jets sent multiple scouts to check out Toth. Scouts from the Packers, Seahawks, Falcons, Broncos, Texans, Jaguars, Redskins, 49ers, Lions and Colts were also on hand. Many of the scouts Toth said he had already met at the Shrine Game and Senior Bowl in January and the NFL Combine last week.

“I say there is a comfortability (with the scouts) but once you are the only guy running the Pro Day and all eyes are on you,” Toth said. “It’s something that you are not used to.”

Army senior wide receiver Jeff Ejekam participated in only the bench press, pumping out 18 reps of 225 pounds.

Toth said he didn’t participate in on-field testing at the NFL Combine due to a stress fracture in the fifth metatarsal of his right foot that was discovered during team exams in Indianapolis.

“I was medically excluded,” Toth said. “You don’t want something happening and you go out there and end up with a full fracture when it was something that could have been avoided.”

Some of Toth’s Pro Day numbers were: 16 reps of 225, 25-inch vertical and 5.00-second 40-yard dash.

Toth worked position drills with scouts from the 49ers and Packers. He answered questions from scouts about his two-year service commitment following graduation on May 25.

Here’s my Pro Day story.

VIDEO: Brett Toth bench press

VIDEO: Brett Toth 40-yard dash

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