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Paea's Personal Pro Day plus VIDEO

STEPHEN PAEA

CORVALLIS – With about 15 NFL scouts watching closely, BeaverGreat DT Stephen Paea, who weighed in at just under 300 pounds, showed ‘em what he could do since his post-Senior Bowl knee surgery, no lifting necessary. Here's BF.C's complete rundown, replete with vertical leap, long jump, 40-yard dash, three-cone, L-drill and more.

It began in the Sports Performance Center (SPC) — where media, athletes, family, and NFL scouts from all over hovered around Stephen Paea as he prepared for his first test of the day, the vertical jump. The former rugby player-turned-football star looked leaner and meaner than ever as he prepared to jump. His official vertical was 31 inches, not to shabby. Next up was the standing long jump...

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