All NFL eyes will soon be set on one of the most intriguing prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Former Clemson star DE Myles Murphy will finally work out in front of NFL scouts, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that he has scheduled his Pro Day on Tuesday at the Clemson campus.
Clemson DE Myles Murphy, a projected first-round pick who has recovered from his minor hamstring injury, is having his Pro Day workout for all teams Tuesday at Clemson at 10 am ET.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 3, 2023
Murphy had to skip the NFL Scouting Combine due to a nagging hamstring injury that also kept him on the shelf when his school had its Pro Day, but he’s now fully recovered and ready to do drills.
Murphy had been one of the driving forces for Dabo Swinney’s team since arriving at the Death Valley as a top 5 high school prospect, improving every single season.
He made a name for himself right out of the game with two sacks and three tackles for a loss in his collegiate debut in 2020 and hasn’t taken his foot off the gas ever since.
He was a Freshman All-American in 2020, then a second-team All-ACC in his sophomore season in 2021, and finally a first-team All-ACC in 2022.
He’s coming off a season in which he had 40 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss, 6.5 sacks, two passes defensed, and a fumble recovery, being one of the most physical and disruptive specimens in all of the nation.
Murphy anchored Clemson’s dominant defense for three years, and he doesn’t have any history of significant injuries, so he’s still expected to be taken in the first round regardless of how he performs on his Pro Day Tuesday.NEXT: The Steelers Are Hosting A DT Prospect Today