Big Sky Conference

Eight former Griz perform for five NFL scouts on Pro Day


On Monday, eight former Montana Grizzlies and two former Montana Tech Orediggers performed in a pro day in front of scouts from the Detroit Lions, New York Jets, Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars at Washington-Grizzly Stadium.

Former Griz defensive end Tucker Schye, safety Justin Strong, cornerback Ryan McKinley, offensive linemen David Reese and Robert Luke, wide receivers Josh Horner and Makena Simis and running back Treshawn Favors along with former Diggers quarterback Quinn McQueary and running back Nolan Saraceni worked out.

Below are the numbers in the vertical and broad jumps, the long shuttle, the 3-cone drill, the pro agility L-drill, the bench press at 225 pounds and the 40-yard dash.

This story will be updated.


 Name – Position HT/WT/Hand/Arm  Vertical/Broad  225 Bench  60/20 Shuttle  3 Cone  40/20/10  Pro Agility
 Treshawn Favors – RB5-9.0/21124.5/8.613127.334.95/2.7/1.724.53
 Josh Horner – H-back/WR6-4.4/22635/10.2DNP127.734.95/2.82/1.724.68
 Robert Luke – OL6-4.0/31626/7.72211.657.815.74/3.18/2.04.85
 Ryan McKinley – CB5-11.4/18339.5/10.101311.706.954.68/2.65/1.54.47
 David Reese – OT6-7.3/28628.5/8.98DNP7.475.33/3.0/1.834.72
 Tucker Schye – DE/OLB6-4.0/23132.5/9.112111.707.064.75/2.73/1.694.20
 Makena Simis – H-back/WR6-2.6/23729/8.21212.607.554.98/2.8/1.764.64
 Justin Strong – DB5-9.3/19133.5/9.51711.907.424.55/2.6/1.64.29
 Quinn McQueary – QB – Montana Tech6-2.1/20134.5/9.7911.807.244.94/2.81/1.84.53
  Nolan Saraceni – RB – Montana Tech5-9.6/19935/10.12111.346.874.58/2.62/1.654.36

About Colter Nuanez

Colter Nuanez is the co-founder and senior writer for Skyline Sports. After spending six years in the newspaper industry with stops at the Missoulian, the Ellensburg Daily Record and the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, the former Washington Newspaper Association Sportswriter of the Year and University of Montana Journalism School graduate (’09) has cultivated a deep passion for sports journalism during his 13-year career covering the Big Sky Conference. In August of 2014, Colter and brother Brooks merged their passions of writing and art to found Skyline Sports.

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