From all indications, former Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen performed to expectations during his Pro Day on Friday.
Clausen complete 57 of 59 passes with the two incompletion coming on long passes to former Irish receiver Robby Parris, according to The Associated Press. Clausen also threw to former teammates Golden Tate, David Grimes and James Aldridge.
Clausen, who is still recovering from foot surgery in January, didn't run or perform any rollouts or bootlegs, according to reports.
He told reporters his foot is at about 80 percent and he is pain free. St. Louis Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said Clausen looked healthy, according to the AP. Sixteen of the 32 NFL teams were represented at the workout, according to reports.
Clausen told reporters he has already met with the Washington Redskins and Cleveland Browns and has interviews scheduled with the Rams and Buffalo Bills.
While he has been invited to attend the NFL draft, which starts April 22 with the first round, Clausen said he hasn't made a decision if he is going to travel to New York.
For a video of Clausen's workout, click here.