(TUSCALOOSA, Ala.) — Former Alabama running back and Heisman Trophy finalist Trent Richardson held his Pro Day on Wednesday.
All 32 NFL teams were in attendance for Richardson, who underwent minor knee surgey in February after he ran for 96 yards and a touchdown in his team’s victory over LSU in the BCS Championship game in January.
“I’m 100 percent. I’m going to get better and better as the days go by,” Richardson told ESPN. “My 40-time, it was pretty good. I slipped a little bit at the start. I did pretty good overall.”
During the bench drill, Richardson put up 225 pounds 25 times. He ran two unofficial 40-yard dashes at 4.58 seconds. He is coming off a 2011 season with the Crimson Tide in which he set the school’s single-season rushing record with 1,679 yards and also had 21 touchdowns.
“I think I showed somebody that I can catch the ball, I can run, everything just showed that I was a complete player,” he said.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire