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2014 NFL Draft: What we learned from Friday's pro days

It might seem like a bit of a letdown to go from the extensive pro day coverage of Texas A&M on Thursday to the small slate of pro days Friday, but the show must go on for other draft hopefuls.

Here's a look at what happened at workouts from across the country.

SMU: Gilbert shines for scouts

Big draw: QB Garrett Gilbert
Don't forget: CB Kenneth Acker
Notable attendees: Quarterback coaches from the Eagles, Cowboys and Ravens
The skinny: NFL Media analyst Gil Brandt has the full write-up on Gilbert's big performance, including a note on the Texas transfer setting up visits to the Panthers and Buccaneers. Acker ran a 4.5 40-yard dash and also caught Brandt's eye as a possible seventh-round pick.

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Georgia Tech: Attaochu steals the show

Big draw: DE Jeremiah Attaochu
Don't forget: CB Jemea Thomas
Notable attendees: The Falcons sent a number of folks to the pro day; scouts from the Seahawks, Ravens, Steelers and others also made it out
The skinny: Attachou wasn't able to workout at the NFL Scouting Combine with a hamstring issue but caught the eye of several NFL teams with his 40-yard dash time in the 4.6 range. He also looked impressive in positional drills at both linebacker and defensive end. Thomas reportedly ran a very fast 40 time and had a good day during drills.

Georgia State: Wilson sticks to field drills

Big draw: WR Albert Wilson
Notable attendees: 23 teams sent at least one representative to the workouts
The skinny: Wilson stood on his numbers from the combine but did work out for teams during positional drills.

On tap next week: South Carolina, Miami (Fla.), Washington, Tennessee and others.

Follow Bryan Fischer on Twitter @BryanDFischer.

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