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Cal football Pro Day results & video: Bryce Treggs, Darius Powe, Daniel Lasco show out

How did people not named Jared Goff do?

We’ve told you a little bit about how Jared Goff performed. Here are most of the results of the other Golden Bears who performed for the scouts.

Bryce Treggs marked a 40 yard dash time of 4.39, but his time was recorded as faster at 4.31 seconds. Treggs also recorded a 10’ 2" broad jump, 34" vertical, 6.93 cone drill, and a 11.13 in the 60 yard shuttle. Treggs also put up 16 reps of 225 pounds in the bench press.

Here's Treggs's press conference with the media afterwards.

"I was very pleased," Treggs answered when asked about his 40-yard dash time. "At the NFLPA Game they asked what I going to run and I said 4.3 and they were like ‘seriously?' And I was like, ‘yeah, that's the kind of guy I am.; Hopefully I went out there and made some money today and impressed the scouts. I'd be blessed to go to whichever team has interest in me."

"This was definitely important because if you go to the combine and you put up some bad numbers you're going to make up for it at pro day," Treggs added. "This was sort of a one and done thing for me so I wanted to go out there, put my best efforts forward, and I think I did that today."

Stephen Anderson recorded a 4.60 second 40 yard dash with a 4.13 second 20 yard shuttle (which would have been the best tight end mark at the combine). HIs 4.95 second 3 cone time would have been fourth best among tight ends.

Darius Powe also had a great 40 time for his size, running a 4.45 at 220 pounds, while also putting up a 10’0" vertical. Maurice Harris put up a 4.56 40 yard dash.

Daniel Lasco continued to excel from his impressive combine performance, running 6.80 seconds in the 3-cone drill and 4.13 seconds in the 20-yard shuttle. Those times would have been first and second among tailbacks.

Among Cal defensive linemen, Kyle Kragen posted a 4.83 second 40 yard dash, a 37" vertical jump, and a 4.25 second 20 yard shuttle. Mustafa Jaili bench pressed 225 pounds 24 times.

Stefan McClure’s 38" vertical would have been tied for second among safeties. Jalen Jefferson (10’ 2") and Nathan Broussard (10’ 1) had impressive broad jumps.