When Connecticut cornerback Byron Jones, one of the most athletic draft prospects, worked out Tuesday, the Ravens were in attendance.
Ravens senior personnel assistant George Kokinis, a Connecticut native, took in the Huskies' campus Pro Day.
And Jones lived up to his reputation, running the 40-yard dash in 4.36 seconds.
Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer ran the workout. Jones met with the Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots before the workout.
The 6-foot-1, 199-pound cornerback had previously turned in a staggering 44.5-inch vertical leap at the NFL scouting combine in February during which he also had a 12-3 broad jump. That would have been a world record in the standing broad jump.