LARAMIE -- Ten draft-eligible Wyoming football players strutted into the indoor practice facility for the biggest job interview of their lives Tuesday afternoon in Laramie.
Fans, family members, and most importantly, NFL scouts from 23 teams had their eyes on some of Craig Bohl's top players.
Our photographer, DJ Johnson, was there to capture it all. Here are some of the top shots from Wyoming's Pro Day.
Wyoming wide receiver Rocket Ismail Jr. looks on as his teammates fly through the sky in the vertical jump portion of NFL Pro Day Tuesday in Laramie.
Casper product Josh Harshman leaps 31 inches during the vertical jump inside the High Altitude Performance Center in Laramie.
Cowboy cornerback Tyler Hall had a big afternoon in front of NFL scouts, running a team-best 4.38 40-yard dash.
After competing in the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Wyoming linebacker Logan Wilson wet through few drills Tuesday afternoon. He busted around cones, smashed into tackling dummies and caught some passes tough.
Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl answered a few questions after Tuesday's workout. He didn't comment on anyone specifically, but did talk about what it has been like to see his players reach this level after recruiting them five years ago.
Alijah Halliburton, fresh off a 130-tackle season, speaks with scouts from the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins Tuesday afternoon in the parking lot of War Memorial Stadium.
One of the fastest Cowboys on the team, John Okwoli, flies through his 40-yard dash Tuesday. He was clocked in the 4.4 range, second to only Tyler Hall.
Wyoming's all-time leading scorer, place kicker Cooper Rothe, speaks with Kiera Grogan of KTWO in Casper. Rothe boomed kick offs and field goals, even hitting the roof a couple of times. The senior said he had never done that before.
Alijah Halliburton prepares to take off in the shuttle portion of Wyoming's NFL Pro Day. Halliburton spoke with a number of teams Tuesday, including an extended, closed-door meeting with the New England Patriots.