Alex Neutz performed below median in all the drills he performed in during an injury riddled pro day.
Neutz performed 14 bench reps, below the Bengals median of 17, his 4.58 40 time was .08 slower than the median, his vertical jump was 1.5 inch lower than the median and his broad jump was an inch shorter than the median.
Neutz did not participate in the 20 yard shuttle or the 3 cone drill due to injury.
The only silver lining is Mohammed Sanu, who has the big size like Neutz, ran an even slower 4.62 in his combine.
James Wright shines in the combine drills, outside of the bench press and the 3-cone drill, he out performed AJ Green.
Speaking of, the 3-cone seems to be significant for the Bengals' offense. All 4 contributing WRs for the Bengals in 2013 had sub 6.91 3-cone drills, AJ 6.91 seconds, Sanu 6.88, Jones 6.81 and Sanzenbacher 6.46. SDSU's Lockett and Ryan Whalen are the only other receivers on roster to post sub 6.91 3-cone times.