After his combine performance, Austin said he didn't feel like he had to prove his speed anymore, but instead wanted to reinforce his route-running ability to the scouts.
"As far as the speed part, I feel like I've already taken care of that," he said. "I just want to just show [scouts] a lot more routes I can do, because at the combine you don't really get a chance to do a lot of them."
Smith completed 62 of 65 passes during the workout, including one incompletion that ricocheted off the ceiling of the practice facility.
Nehlen impressed scouts with a 39-inch vertical leap and 4.53 40-yard dash, both of which were the day's best marks.
"I was a little nervous out there," he said. "I wouldn't say more nervous than a game, though, because catching balls, running routes, that's what I've done my whole life, so I enjoyed that part."
Braun, the former WVU offensive lineman, led all players in the 225-pound bench press with 29 reps, four more than Josh Francis. Josh Jenkins (22) and Alston (20) were the only other players to eclipse 20 reps.
Offensive lineman Joey Madsen participated in the vertical and broad jumps, but did not bench press or run the 40-yard dash.
Former quarterback White joined ex-Mountaineers Jarrett Brown, Alric Arnett, Wes Lyons, Eain Smith and other players during the second workout.
White only participated in throwing exercises but admitted he wouldn't rule out a potential opportunity at a position other than quarterback.
"I'm open to being a football player but my heart is at quarterback," he said. "I'll take any opportunity I can get right now. I just want to be back in the game."
White said he received an offer from the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League one month ago but wanted to gauge interest from NFL teams before making a decision.
Smith said working out with White and other former teammates proved to be an opportunity to inspire him while also giving them a second chance to prove their worth to the scouts.
"Just to have them here for support, first of all, I thank them for that," Smith said, "and then they're out there trying to put themselves in a good position, as well."
The only three NFL teams not in attendance Wednesday were the Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks.