Knile Davis looked down at the turf inside the Arkansas indoor practice facility, preparing for a series of pre-workout stretches and agility exercises.
No coaches huddled over the former Razorbacks running back. No trainers monitored his every move.
The decision to follow the rigorous routine was all his, one he followed down to the smallest detailed movement as he prepared for a series of receiving drills with his former teammates, including quarterback Tyler Wilson.
Perhaps more than any of the workout participants, Davis is a wild card entering Friday's on-campus pro day and next month's NFL draft. The problem for the Texas native, though, is there's no way he can answer the one question everyone has.
Can he stay healthy?
''You can't prove that you're not going to get hurt,'' Davis said. ''That's why I don't understand the injury-prone tag. You can't say someone's injury prone, because anyone on the field can get hurt. You can have a hot No. 1 pick, and he can get hurt, too...