Florida defensive end/linebacker Jermaine Cunningham, of Stephenson High, had a fine showing at his pro day workout last week before suffering a first degree quadriceps strain.
Here are the vitals:
A total of 20 teams were on hand for his workout. Some of the teams included Miami, Minnesota, New York Jets, Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Kansas City, New York Giants, Detroit, Green Bay, New Orleans, Tampa Bay and St. Louis.
The Cardinals didn’t make it, but asked for film.
The workout was key for Cunningham, who had recovered from shoulder surgery that forced him to miss the Senior Bowl and working out at the NFL scouting combine.
Cunningham had surgery on Jan. 5. Dr. James Andrews did the surgery and projected a full recovery.
Cunningham is 6-foot-3 3/8 and 266 pounds. Some teams consider him a defensive end and others like him as an outside linebacker.
Cunningham has a visit set up with the St. Louis Rams.
At Florida, Cunningham had 34 tackles for loss, 19.5 sacks, seven pass deflections, five forced fumbles, one interception and a fumble recovery.