California (Pa.) - Vulcans
Thomas Mayo - #19 - WR
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/13/2012 California (Pa.) Pro Day||6-1 1/2||205||9 1/2||32||76 1/8||4.54||15||10'1"||39||4.61||11.47||7.10|
|01/16/2012 East-West Shrine||6-1 1/4||207||9 3/8||32 5/8||77 1/4|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-2||210||4.60|
Also played basketball as a Virginia prep. Spent his first three collegiate seasons at Division II Concord (wore uniform No. 1), hauling in 41 passes for 341 yards (8.3-yard average) and three touchdowns in 2008; 72-1,368-11 (19.0) in ’09 and 74-1,315-14 (17.8) in ’10 while playing in all 33 games. Wanted to increase his exposure and competition level for the ’11 season and followed his head coach at Concord Mike Kellar to California (PA), where Kellar would be the offensive coordinator. Mayo contributed career highs in catches and touchdowns after grabbing 79-1,359-16 (17.2) in 13 games (11 starts). Had 17 career rushing attempts for 126 yards (7.4-yard average) and one touchdown.Summary:
Lean and well put together, Mayo is a productive, motivated, small-school “Z” receiver with good size and arm length to go along with a 39-inch vertical leap. Averaged 75-1,347-14 his last three college seasons, though has a somewhat “tweener” skill set — excelled vertically in college, but lacks elite top-end speed to separate, and burst and suddenness/flexibility in and out breaks could hinder his ability to work open short-to-intermediate. Spent three seasons at Concord (W.V.), where he was physically superior, before following his coach to Division II California (Pa.). Struggled handling the speed of BCS cornerbacks at the East-West Shrine Game and will have to adjust to the pace and complexity of the NFL game to stick.
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