Two Las Vegas players this week completed their tryouts at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis with impressive results.
Ronnie Stanley, an offensive lineman from Notre Dame via Bishop Gorman High School, ranked 10th among offensive line prospects with a timing of 5.13 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
The 6-foot-6 left tackle measured at 312 pounds with 35 5/8-inch arms and 10 5/8-inch hands, the latter two rank among the largest for 2016 propsects. The 49ers in particular showed interest in him because of his ability to play left and right tackle.
Prior to the Combine, Stanley has been ranked among the top 10 picks in most mock drafts.
Foothill High product Miles Killebrew received similar attention. After playing at Southern Utah, he entered the Combine ranked as the No. 5 safety propsect.
He lived up to that billing beating all defensive backs with 22 reps in the bench press. While his 4.65 timing in the 40 was not among the highest at his position, his 38-inch vertical leap and 127-inch broad jump were among the best at any position.
Killebrew drew heavy interest during the interview process, reportedly talking to officials from the Indianapolis Colts and the Cincinnati Bengals. NFL.com analysts have projected him as a second- or third -round pick.