LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Teddy Bridgewater gave NFL teams a glimpse of the skills he believes will make him a first-round draft choice.
How high the former Louisville quarterback is drafted on May 8 depends in part on what officials from 29 clubs -- including six head coaches -- gleaned from Monday's highly anticipated pro day workout. Bridgewater threw a range of passes, some with zip on them while others wobbled.
He came away pleased despite an unofficial time of 4.78 seconds in the 40, which may not matter if Bridgewater can read pro defenses and show poise in the pocket. With projections of him going as high as No. 1 overall, there will more tryouts before the draft.
Safety Calvin Pryor, another potential first-round pick, was among 15 Cardinals participating in the workout.