You never know what to make of Pro Day. There is usually one prospect drawing attention and then a bunch of BC guys trying to make an impression. But good things have happened to those "other guys." Matt Hasselbeck impressed Andy Reid enough at his BC Pro Day that Reid went to bat for him when the Packers drafted him.
As for this year, the star of the show was Harold Landry. 18 teams showed up to watch him and his former teammates. Based on their Senior Bowl and Combine invites, Moore and Yiadom are also getting long looks.
A nice tradition continued with BC included former players still trying to break into the league. This year Patrick Towles was back trying out as a Tight End.
The Patriots seem to like Landry, but who knows if he will still be available when they pick. Maybe he will reunite with Pasqualoni in Detroit.
One little factoid -- especially considering the weather -- this will probably be the last Pro Day in the bubble. Next spring the Indoor Practice Facility will be ready. I imagine it will be the preferred location for such things.