WR Wright must run well at pro day

Measurements of prospects have begun at Baylor's pro day, and QB Robert Griffin III is expected to begin his throwing session at approximately 1:15 p.m. ET.

Griffin will throw scripted passes under the direction of quarterbacks coach Terry Shea, who has also tutored the likes of Blaine Gabbert, Sam Bradford, Matthew Stafford and Josh Freeman in recent years.

Shea has been working hard on RG3's footwork leading up to this workout, both polishing it and getting it more consistent. Expect to see that on display, with a lot of three-, five- and seven-step drops on NFL-style throws (comebacks, deep outs, skinny posts, etc.).

Griffin is locked in at the No. 2 spot on the board and likely won't do anything to hurt himself during the workout, but today's results will be much more important for the stock of Baylor WR Kendall Wright.

Wright ran a 4.61-second 40-yard dash at last month's NFL combine, and he needs to run better in front of scouts this time around. He was above-average in the vertical jump (38.5 inches), broad jump (10-foot-1) and 20-yard shuttle (4.18 seconds), but his 10-yard split and overall 40 time were shockingly slow compared to the speed I see on tape.

Wright still has a chance to be the No. 2 wide receiver on the board behind Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon, but Wright has to prove his speed in order to pass Notre Dame's Michael Floyd, who ran much better (4.47) at the combine.

Elsewhere, RB Terrance Ganaway and C Philip Blake -- both Day 3 prospects -- will take part in position drills and look to fill in some blanks with their combine workouts, and DT Nick Jean-Baptiste (also Day 3) is the best prospect here who was not invited to the combine.