Two Dinos prospects perform at Calgary pro day

The Washington Redskins and Calgary Stampeders sent scouts to the Calgary Foothills Soccer Club to watch offensive linemen Darius Ciraco and Ryan Sceviour work out Thursday.

Ciraco checked in a 6-foot-3-and-a-half, 296 pounds, ran a 5.49 40-yard dash, 26.5-inch vertical, eight foot, seven-and-a-half inch broad jump, 4.86 short shuttle, 7.86 three-cone. While Sceviour measured 6-foot-3 and seven-eighths, 304 pounds, 5.43 40-yard time, 24-inch vertical, eight foot, one-inch broad jump, 4.80 short shuttle, 8.03 three-cone and 20 reps on the bench press.

Sceviour was an All-Canadian selection last season showing off his physical brand of play. Ciraco is versatile having started games at centre, guard and tackle during his university career.

Both prospects were invited to the CFL combine in Winnipeg from March 23-25 and were put under the pro microscope for the second time in less than a week. Sceviour put up 22 reps on the bench press, ran a 5.61 40-yard dash, 4.75 short shuttle, 8.24 three-cone, 23.5-inch vertical leap, seven foot and eight-and-a-half inch broad jump. Ciraco 18 reps of 225 pounds, 5.59 40-yard time, 4.87 short shuttle, 8.54 three-cone, 25.5-inch vertical, eight foot and a three-and-a-half inch broad.

Ciraco (nine) and Sceviour (18) were ranked among the top 20 prospects in the 2018 CFL draft class.