He blew a tire during the run, pulling up with a quad injury. Supplemental prospects never run as well as regular Draft prospects, the training usually just isn't there. Gordon left school as early as March but he didn't choose an agent until May, has had financial issues which means he can't necessarily hire good trainers, and he only found out he'd be admitted into the Supplemental Draft in June. Not a recipe to get the kind of 4.4's and 4.3's you usually look for from the physical dynamos.
With a full and proper training regimen I'm sure he's down into the 4.4's.
The main thing to take from the pro day is that he showed exactly what he is. He did no better and no worse than was expected of him, which was for him to be a guy that is really big and really fast and has a lot of potential. He ran his routes despite the quad strain, caught everything without any drops, and I think he maintained 3rd or 4th round grades. I think he would have needed to blow some people away to get 2nd round bids.
The Dolphins were there. There are people that want to read into who exactly Miami sent, etc...and I don't think that's a good way to go about things. Miami trusts their scouts and Jeff Ireland has a bunch of Baylor connections.