From Daily Tribune.com:
Kansas City and Seattle spoke at length with LeFevour following the workout, and Carolina has a private workout schedule with LeFevour in the upcoming weeks. There wasn’t a lot of praise for the performance from scouts, but most of the them keep their evaluations to themselves as they don’t want to give any teams an idea of their interest level in a player. Charlie Weis, the new Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator, wouldn’t comment on what he thought of LeFevour’s performance but did state that he was at the Pro Day to see LeFevour. Following his Pro Day, LeFevour still felt good about his prospects of being drafted in the first three rounds. “I am going to be watching the whole draft, and I am hoping to be taken somewhere in the first two days of the draft,” LeFevour said. “But, I will be in no way disappointed if I am drafted between the fourth and seventh round. I am just looking for an opportunity to play in the NFL.