FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Tyler Wilson completed 77 of his 84 throws as representatives from all 32 NFL teams watched Arkansas' pro day on Friday.
Wilson, who also took part in last month's NFL combine in Indianapolis, led an orchestrated passing drill that included 62 routes. He threw to several of his former teammates - including wide receiver Cobi Hamilton, tight end Chris Gragg and running backs Knile Davis and Dennis Johnson.
Six of Wilson's misses were drops by receivers. He only misfired on one attempt, a fade route to the corner of the end zone that sailed over Hamilton's head.
Wilson, who was the All-Southeastern Conference quarterback as a junior and threw for 307.9 yards per game last season, is considered one of the top quarterbacks available in April's NFL draft.

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