Bucky Brooks at NFL.com reported on the Wisconsin Badgers Pro Day and had this to say about RB John Clay.
John Clay and John Moffitt also deserve a mention for their performances. While neither drew rave reviews, they showed signs of improvement from their combine performances. Clay, in particular, ran a better a 40 (4.72) than his combine time and was more consistent catching the ball in drills. Moffitt, who measured in at 6-foot-4 and 315 pounds, performed in position drills only.
I'm not sure how most teams view Clay, but he's currently viewed as one of the last running backs to be drafted. He's going to have to do a lot of the little things well on special teams to make an NFL team, or he could switch to full back. Do you think he could make the transition?
There's also a little bit here on Moffitt, who appears to be sticking with his combine results. He's currently expected to go in round 4. I wouldn't be surprised if the Packers were interested in him as a future left guard, and both McCarthy and Thompson have now taken at least one up close look at him. I expect he'll be a good pro where ever he ends up.