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2dDavid Lombardi

Stanford's McCaffrey, Thomas tout versatility

At the Stanford Cardinal's pro day on Thursday afternoon, running back Christian McCaffrey and defensive lineman Solomon Thomas displayed their versatility for NFL scouts.

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McCaffrey disappointed with his 40 time (1:17)
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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey speaks for the last time on Stanford's practice field. He ran pass patterns and fielded kicks at Pro Day. "I did all the running back drills at the Combine," McCaffrey said. "Today I wanted to show them that I really can do anything."

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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Michael Rector reflects on his time and growth at Stanford on Pro Day.

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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey finishes up receiving work at Stanford Pro Day catching a deep pattern.

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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey catches a slant at Stanford's Pro Day.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

David Shaw talks to Ed McCaffrey -- his former Stanford teammate -- at Pro Day.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey won't run the 40 at Stanford's Pro Day after logging a 4.48 at the NFL Combine.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

New SF 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan among the attendees at Stanford's Pro Day, where Christian McCaffrey and Solomon Thomas are working out.

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3dDavid Lombardi

Race for the North: Stanford

Stanford should be considered a contender, but it must improve its pass protection and build defensive line depth to knock off the likes of Washington.

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3dTodd McShay

Christian McCaffrey leaps up McShay's Top 32

After an excellent showing at the combine, Christian McCaffrey jumped nine spots in Todd McShay's rankings, moving into the top 20 overall.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Stanford coach David Shaw told me his former star RB, Christian McCaffrey, is ready for the draft: "He's really excited," Shaw said. "He's got a chance to go fulfill that dream. I know emotionally and physically he's ready. It's always nervewracking for these guys to not know where you're going until your name gets called, and listen to all of the prognosticators … but he's excited. He knows he's put together an unbelievable resume and the team that picks him is the team that wants him and he's going to give it his all."

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

Stanford coach David Shaw told me he thinks the CFP committee got it right -- again. "I was encouraged because their job is to pick the four best teams, so I was encouraged," he said. "Now, that being said, it's another major argument for me to say it should be expanded because we are in the world of having the Power 5 conferences. So if you go through a tough, difficult season, you should have the right to say, ‘We earned the right to get in the playoff.' Yeah, Penn State lost a tough game to Michigan and Michigan really got after them, but the way they finished the season was impressive. For me, I would love to see all five winners of the Power 5 conferences go, and then add an at-large team from the best of the rest."

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The 32nd-ranked player in the ESPN Jr 300, quarterback Jack West -- a Stanford commit -- warming up at The Opening New Orleans Regional camp.

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McShay raves about McCaffrey (1:28)
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McShay stuns with TE in latest top 4 (2:15)

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