Rangy receiver Justin McInnis was on display at the Arkansas State University pro day.
McInnis checked in at six-foot-four-and-a-quarter, 212 pounds, ran a 4.57 40-yard dash, 4.49 shuttle, 7.05 three-cone, 10-foot, three-inch broad jump, 38.5-inch vertical and nine reps of 225 pounds on the bench press. 12 NFL teams and one from the CFL made the trip to Arkansas State.
McInnis finished his NCAA career with back-to-back productive seasons. He caught 49 balls for 800 yards and four touchdowns in 2017 and followed with 61 grabs for 748 yards and five touchdowns as a senior. Over the last 25 games as a Red Wolf, McInnis put up 110 catches for 1,548 yards and 10 touchdowns.
After staring at Lindsay Place High School in Pointe Claire, Quebec, McInnis played one year at Dodge City Community College recording 49 receptions for 964 yards and seven touchdowns. He chose to attend Arkansas State over NCAA scholarship offers from Mississippi State, Southern Mississippi, South Alabama and Nevada.
McInnis cemented his status as the most intriguing receiver available in the CFL draft and NFL teams have already taken notice of the size, speed and athleticism.