Former SMU wide receiver Trey Quinn competed in Pro Day on Thursday in front of a bevy of NFL scouts ahead of the 2018 NFL Draft. Overall, it was a good day for Quinn, who dropped his 40-yard dash to 4.45.

"I had fun today. I think I increased on some of my drills so it was good," Quinn told reporters. "Any time I can come out and compete, that's what I'm about. It was a good experience and it was good to do it with Court (Courtland Sutton) and Ray (Raymond Epps).

Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett led the way on route-running workouts at pro day, putting the trio of skill players through a difficult workout.

"Coach Garrett was tearing us up but it was all fun. It's all part of it," Quinn said. "They were trying to give it a practice atmosphere and I'm all about it.

Up next are meetings with NFL teams ahead of the draft. After landing at LSU out of Barbe High School in Louisiana before transferring to SMU, it's been a long road to this moment for Quinn.

"I've got a couple meetings scheduled and dinners. It's kind of surreal for this all to happen. I think for my draft stock I'm getting a good amount of attention but I don't think anyone's going to understand what I'm about until I'm actually on the field. A lot of this stuff doesn't mean anything until you actually get on the field. "

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