In addition to the earlier thread about Jake Butt, I found this article about the pro day today.
Bill Belichick stopped by to evaluate.
Taco ran a 4.83 (combine time was 4.92) and looked good in coverage
Ryan Glasgow did 24 reps of 225 (20 at the combine) and discussed playing offense with teams
Jourdan Lewis ran a 4.45 (combine time was 4.54) and discussed the domestic violence allegations at length with teams.
Many players "stood" on their combine numbers and didn't participate in drills as much as they talked to team representatives.
Pro day times are usually faster due to home field advantage/favoable testers, but the article seems to believe that many players held their own or improved their stock.
Some NFL scouts believe there could be 20+ Wolverines from this class in NFL team camps this summer.