Tag:Scouting Combine
Posted on: February 25, 2012 4:12 pm
 

PSU's Still: 'I'm the best DT in this draft'

   INDIANAPOLIS -- Penn State defensive tackle Devon Still plans to make a bold statement when he works out for the 500-plus NFL scouts gathered at the Scouting Combine. But he didn't wait for Monday's on-field tests to make a bold declaration.
   "I think, hands-down, I'm the best defensive tackle in this draft," Still said.
The 6-5, 303-pounder is doing twice daily workouts in Florida under the close watch of his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, at the Pete Bommarito training facility known as Perfect Competition.
   Since going to Miami last month, Still left only briefly, to attend a memorial service for late coach Joe Paterno, and is only now coming to grips with the past four months of his life.
   "Now as time goes on, I'm starting to comes to grips with it, starting to think that it is reality," Still said.
Still overcame injuries in back-to-back seasons before a breakout 2011 and is ranked by NFLDraftScout.com as the 10th-best player in the 2012 draft. That's second among defensive linemen, behind LSU junior Michael Brockers.
   At 6-5, 323, Brockers is more of a three-technique, penetrating defensive tackle and said he wasn't familiar enough with Still's game to dispute the claim that Still made about being the best in the draft.
   "We'll see on Monday," Brockers said.
   Still was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year in 2011, crediting defensive line coach Larry Johnson Sr. for pushing him to realize his own potential in the face of personal adversity. After a torn ACL in his left knee as a freshman in 2007, Still fractured his fibula and broke his left ankle in preseason camp in 2008.
   "His first two years he didn't trust in the fact that he would every play again," Johnson said at the end of the season.
Category: NFL Draft
Posted on: February 25, 2012 3:37 pm
 

Combine setup leading QBs to put arms on ice?

The top four quarterbacks on NFLDraftScout.com's board are not throwing passes at the 2012 Scouting Combine. 

Stanford's Andrew Luck (own choice), Baylor's Robert Griffin III (own choice), Texas A&M's Ryan Tannehill (foot) and Arizona State's Brock Osweiler (unknown) have each said they won't be throwing at the Combine. 

Highly regarded quarterbacks electing to hold off until their Pro Day is nothing new, of course. Often the reasons given by these quarterbacks as to why they'd rather wait until their Pro Day is the fact that they'll be throwing to their own receivers in the surroundings they've grown accustomed to. 

NFLDraftScout.com, however, was told of another reason why quarterbacks may want to wait until their on-campus workouts. The high-level source used Cam Newton's erratic performance during the Combine throwing session last year as an example.

"Last year [scouts] didn't sync the QB drop and the wide receiver pattern. For example, [Newton] was dropping five steps but the wide receivers were doing three step type patterns." 

The miscommunication caused Newton's accuracy to appear to be inconsistent. He took the hit publicly for a mediocre performance and to his credit never said a word publicly about what may have been the biggest reason for it.

The Carolina Panthers obviously looked past the performance -- and considering the terrific rookie season Newton had in 2011, they were certainly wise in doing so.
             
Posted on: February 25, 2012 11:41 am
Edited on: February 25, 2012 11:44 am
 

Iowa OT Zusevics tears pec doing bench press

Iowa offensive tackle Markus Zusevics tore his left pectoral muscle while performing in the bench press drills in front of NFL scouts Friday at the 2012 Scouting Combine. 

The injury will require surgery, according to NFL.com's Steve Wyche, and unfortunately ends his Combine prematurely. Even worse, it may put into question his ability to play as a rookie. 

While Seattle Seahawks' quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was able to throw passes this past season with a torn pectoral, his injury did not require surgery, according to Seahawks' head coach Pete Carroll. On the flip-side, Houston Texans' pass rusher Mario Williams' torn pectoral last season did require surgery and knocked him out for the remainder of the 2011 season. He suffered the injury in the Texans' Week Five loss to the Oakland Raiders, October 9. 

Zusevics (pronounced ZOOZ-uh-vicks) had been rated as NFLDraftScout.com's No. 15 offensive tackle for the 2012 draft and a possible 5th round prospect. The injury, however, very much clouds his status.    

For the remainder of the prospects' bench press results, you can click here.  
Posted on: February 25, 2012 11:07 am
 

Keep OT Adams, C Konz bench press in perspective

One of the more eagerly anticipated workouts of the Scouting Combine each year occurs when the offensive (and defensive) linemen perform in the bench press drill. This is not a test measured to test a player's maximum bench press but rather their strength and conditioning. Athletes are asked to lift 225 pounds as many times as possible without stopping. 

While scouts would love to see every offensive lineman lift the bar 30 times or more at the Combine, the reality is there is a significant difference in the strength required for different offensive line positions. Those athletes with enough size, foot quickness and balance to play left tackle in the NFL, for example, don't necessarily need as much upper body strength as the other offensive linemen - especially interior linemen. 

Due to this fact, the relatively low number posted by Ohio State tackle Mike Adams (19) isn't necessarily a critical blow to his draft stock if a team feels that he has the athleticism to handle remaining at left tackle in the NFL. If he was to make the move to right tackle (where I believe he fits best), the number is a bit troubling. Traditionally, left defensive ends (who line up opposite right tackles) are the stronger, stouter versions of their more explosive pass rushing specialist right defensive ends -- at least for the 4-3 defense. Also, because of Adams' long arms (33 3/4") his football strength isn't necessarily indicated by weight room numbers. Remember, three offensive tackles drafted in the first round last year -- Nate Solder (21), James Carpenter (23) and Derek Sherrod (23) -- posted similar totals at the 2011 Combine. Adams, by the way, is currently NFLDraftScout.com's No. 4 rated offensive tackle.

Frankly, I'm more concerned with Wisconsin center Peter Konz's 18 repetitions of 225 pounds, NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated center prospect for the 2012 draft. Now, to be fair to Konz, he too has long arms (33") but considering that he'll be playing in the trenches, the relative lack of strength is a potentially significant concern. Konz's size and athleticism is intriguing enough that some teams view him as a better fit at guard in the NFL. Regardless of playing center or guard, the strength of interior linemen is very important when projecting their success at the next level. No interior lineman drafted in the first two rounds since 2005 posted less than 22 reps of 225 pounds at the Combine. By comparison, the past two centers to get drafted in the first round -- Maurkice Pouncey (2010) and Mike Pouncey (2011) lifted the bar 25 and 24 times, respectively, during their Pro Days. 
Posted on: February 25, 2012 10:57 am
Edited on: February 25, 2012 10:58 am
 

OL prospects have ultimate mentor in Gibbs

A decade ago, Alex Gibbs was the architect of the Broncos' zone-blocking offensive line.

He was eight seasons into his second stint as the Broncos' offensive line coach, and his name was at the center of any discussion regarding the Broncos' emphasis on controversial cut-blocking techniques. Three teams and multiple retirements -- and un-retirements -- later, Gibbs has scaled back to training offensive linemen for the NFL Draft.

Now 71, Gibbs trains draft-eligible offensive linemen. One of his pupils is Auburn guard Brandon Mosley, who noted that Gibbs had helped correct his stance. Until those recent sessions with Gibbs, Mosley was unaware of any issues in that aspect of his game.

"My pass sets are a lot different from some college teams. The NFL is more of a vertical set. I kind of sat out to about a 45-degree angle," Mosley said at the Scouting Combine, when asked what he'd learned from Gibbs that he'd never been taught before. "We work on three-point stances, too, and we never did that at Auburn."
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Posted on: February 25, 2012 9:27 am
Edited on: February 28, 2012 7:16 pm
 

Combine Results: 3-Cone Drill

3-Cone Drill
Check back here for updating results throughout the Combine
N/A = Prospects who didn't perform at the Combine

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
David DeCastro, Stanford - 7.3 seconds
Matt Kalil, USC - 7.33
Brandon Mosley, Auburn - 7.43
Taylor Dever, Notre Dame - 7.49
Nate Potter, Northwestern - 7.49
Donald Stephenson, Oklahoma - 7.52
John Cullen, Utah - 7.58
Tom Compton, South Dakota - 7.59
Garth Gerhart, Arizona State - 7.63
Josh Leribeus, SMU - 7.64    
James Brown, Troy - 7.70
Bobby Massie, Ole Miss - 7.70
Andrew Datko, Florida State - 7.71
Ryan Miller, Colorado - 7.72
Michael Brewster, Colorado - 7.72
Lamar Holmes, Southern Miss - 7.74
Senio Kelemete, Washington - 7.77
Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin - 7.77
Kelvin Beachum, SMU - 7.79
Luke Nix, Pittsburgh - 7.81 
Philip Blake, Baylor - 7.86
Mitchell Schwartz, Cal - 7.86
Rishaw Johnson, California (PA) - 7.87
Ronald Leary, Memphis - 7.87
Riley Reiff, Iowa - 7.87
Rokevious Watkins, South Carolina - 7.87
Kelechi Osemele, Iowa St. - 7.91
Andrew Tiller, Syracuse - 7.92
Dustin Waldron, Portland - 7.93
Mike Adams, Ohio State - 7.94
Tony Bergstrom, Utah - 7.95    
Ben jones, Georgia - 7.95
Amini Silatolu, Midwestern St. - 7.95
Johnnie Troutman, Penn St. - 7.96
                    

TIGHT ENDS
Drake Dunsmore, Northwestern - 6.73
James Hanna, Oklahoma - 6.76
Evan Rodriguez, Temple - 6.94
Michael Egnew, Missouri - 7.03
Dwayne Allen, Clemson - 7.12
Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette - 7.12
David Paulson, Oregon - 7.18
DeAngelo Peterson, LSU - 7.19
Emil Igwenagu, Massachusetts - 7.32
Cory Harkey, UCLA - 7.40
Orson Charles, Georgia - N/A
Coby Fleener, Stanford - N/A
Nick Provo, Syracuse - N/A
Beau Reliford, Florida State - N/A

QUARTERBACKS
Austin Davis, Southern Mississippi - 6.73 seconds
Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois - 6.78
Andrew Luck, Stanford - 6.80
Jordan Jefferson, LSU - 6.81
Russell Wilson, Wisconsin - 6.97
Aaron Corp, Richmond - 7.03
Kirk Cousins, Michigan State - 7.05
B J Coleman, Tennessee-Chattanooga - 7.07
Jacory Harris, Miami - 7.10
Patrick Witt, Yale - 7.14
Darron Thomas, Oregon - 7.17
Kellen Moore, Boise State - 7.41
Ryan Lindley, San Diego State - 7.52
Nick Foles, Arizona - N/A
Robert Griffin III, Baylor - N/A
Case Keenum, Houston - N/A
Brock Osweiler, Arizona State - N/A
Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M - N/A
Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State - N/A


RUNNING BACKS 
Chris Rainey, Florida - 6.50 seconds
Doug Martin, Boise State - 6.79             
LaMichael James, Oregon - 6.88
Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati - 6.95
Brandon Bolden, Mississippi - 6.96
Dan Herron, Ohio State - 6.97          
Alfred Morris, Florida Atlantic - 7.01
Vick Ballard, Mississippi State - 7.03
Bernard Pierce, Temple - 7.07
David Wilson, Virginia Tech - 7.09
Mike Ball, Nevada - 7.10
Chris Polk, Washington - 7.13
Bradie Ewing, Wisconsin - 7.14
Davin Meggett, Maryland - 7.14
Terrance Ganaway, Baylor - 7.15
Robert Turbin, Utah State - 7.16
Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M - 7.17
Lennon Creer, Louisiana Tech - 7.26
Edwin Baker, Michigan State - 7.27
Tauren Poole, Tennessee - 7.36
Rhett Ellison, Southern California - N/A
Jonas Gray, Notre Dame - N/A
Jewel Hampton, Southern Illinois - N/A       
Ronnie Hillman, San Diego State - N/A
Lamar Miller, Miami - N/A
Darrell Scott, South Florida - N/A
Marc Tyler, Southern California - N/A       
Fozzy Whitaker, Texas - N/A        
      
WIDE RECEIVERS
Junior Hemingway, Michigan - 6.59 seconds   
Danny Coale, Virginia Tech - 6.69
T.J. Graham, North Carolina State - 6.77
Marvin Jones, California - 6.81
Jerrell Jackson, Missouri - 6.82
Kashif Moore, Connecticut - 6.82
Jordan White, Western Michigan - 6.84
Keshawn Martin, Michigan State - 6.85
Chris Owusu, Stanford - 6.85
Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech - 6.88
Rishard Matthews, Nevada - 6.88
Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers - 6.88
Jarius Wright, Arkansas - 6.93
Kendall Wright, Baylor - 6.93
Eric Page, Toledo - 6.95
Chris Givens, Wake Forest - 6.97
Reuben Randle, LSU - 6.99
Jermaine Kearse, Washington - 7.03
Devier Posey, Ohio State - 7.03
Tommy Streeter, Miami - 7.08
Joe Adams, Arkansas - 7.09
B.J. Cunningham, Michigan State - 7.10
Brian Quick, Appalachian State - 7.10
Jarrett Boykin, Virginia Tech - 7.12
Juron Criner, Arizona - 7.15
Marvin McNutt, Iowa - 7.15
Timothy Benford, Tennessee Tech - N/A
Travis Benjamin, Miami - N/A
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State - N/A
Lavon Brazill, Ohio - N/A
Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma - N/A
Greg Childs, Arkansas - N/A
Josh Cooper, Oklahoma State - N/A
Patrick Edwards, Houston - N/A
Michael Floyd, Notre Dame - N/A
Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M - N/A
Darius Hanks, Alabama - N/A
T Y Hilton, Florida International - N/A
Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina - N/A
A.J. Jenkins, Illinois - N/A
Dwight Jones, North Carolina - N/A
Marquis Maze, Alabama - N/A
Derek Moye, Penn State - N/A
Gerell Robinson, Arizona State - N/A
James Rodgers, Oregon State - N/A
Nick Toon, Wisconsin - N/A
Devon Wylie, Fresno State - N/A

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
Bruce Irvin, West Virginia - 6.70 seconds
Melvin Ingram, South Carolina - 6.83
Jake Bequette, Arkansas - 6.90
Vinny Curry, Marshall - 6.90
Justin Francis, Rutgers - 7.05
Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State - 7.07
Chandler Jones, Syracuse - 7.07
Shea McClellin, Boise State - 7.07
Tyrone Crawford, Boise State - 7.09
Derrick Shelby, Utah - 7.09
Vaughn Meatoga, Hawaii - 7.10
Jack Crawford, Penn State - 7.15
Scott Solomon, Rice - 7.17
Whitney Mercilus, Illinois - 7.17
Andre Branch, Clemson - 7.19
Mike Martin, Michigan - 7.19
Cam Johnson, Virginia - 7.20
Jamie Blatnick, Oklahoma State - 7.22
Nick Perry, Southern California - 7.25
Jacquies Smith, Missouri - 7.25
Derek Wolfe, Cincinnati - 7.26
Tydreke Powell, North Carolina - 7.31
Brett Roy, Nevada - 7.31
Jaye Howard, Florida - 7.32
Brandon Lindsey, Pittsburgh - 7.36
Billy Winn, Boise State - 7.37
Malik Jackson, Tennessee - 7.38
Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy - 7.38
Olivier Vernon, Miami - 7.39
J R Sweezy, North Carolina State - 7.40
Markus Kuhn, North Carolina State - 7.43
Kendall Reyes, Connecticut - 7.43
Trevor Guyton, California - 7.45
Michael Brockers, LSU - 7.46
Jared Crick, Nebraska - 7.47
Kheeston Randle, Texas- 7.49
Quinton Coples, North Carolina - 7.57
Jerel Worthy, Michigan State - 7.60
Marcus Forston, Miami - 7.64
Chas Alecxih, Pittsburgh - 7.74
Akiem Hicks, Regina - 7.75
Dominique Hamilton, Missouri - 7.82
Dontari Poe, Memphis - 7.90
Loni Fangupo, BYU - 7.94
Brandon Thompson, Clemson - 7.97
Christian Tupou, Southern California - 8.07
Frank Alexander, Oklahoma - N/A
Josh Chapman, Alabama - N/A
Mike Daniels, Iowa - N/A
DaJohn Harris, Southern California - N/A
John Hughes, Cincinnati, N/A
Jamaar Jarrett, Arizona State - N/A
Donte Paige-Moss, North Carolina - N/A
Rennie Moore, Clemson - N/A
Travian Robertson, South Carolina - N/A
Devon Still, Penn State - N/A
Alameda Ta'amu, Washington - N/A
Deangelo Tyson, Georgia - N/A

LINEBACKERS
Nathan Stuphar, Penn State - 6.84 seconds
Tank Carder, TCU - 6.89
Chris Galippo, Southern California - 6.9
Luke Kuechly, Boston College - 6.92
Audie Cole, North Carolina State - 6.96
Darius Fleming, Notre Dame - 7.03
Brandon Marshall, Nevada - 7.05
Ronnell Lewis, Oklahoma - 7.09
Kyle Wilber, Wake Forest - 7.11
Tahir Whitehead, Temple - 7.14
Nigel Bradham, Florida State - 7.18
Terrell Manning, North Carolina State - 7.18
Demario Davis, Arkansas State - 7.19
Ryan Baker, LSU - 7.21
Caleb McSurdy, Montana - 7.26
Tyler Nielsen, Iowa - 7.27
Lavonte David, Nebraska - 7.28
Steve Johnson, Kansas - 7.32
James-Michael Johnson, Nevada - 7.34
Sean Spence, Miami - 7.46
Emmanuel Acho, Texas - N/A
Zach Brown, North Carolina - N/A
Vontaze Burfict, Arizona State - N/A
Miles Burris, San Diego State - N/A
Najee Goode, West Virginia - N/A
Donta Hightower, Alabama - N/A
Josh Kaddu, Oregon - N/A
Mychal Kendricks, California - N/A
Travis Lewis, Oklahoma - N/A
Shawn Loiseau, Merrimack - N/A
Keenan Robinson, Texas - N/A
Danny Trevathan, Kentucky - N/A
Courtney Upshaw, Alabama - N/A

DEFENSIVE BACKS
Josh Robinson, Central Florida - 6.55 seconds
Terrence Frederick, Texas A&M - 6.59
Coty Sensabaugh, Clemson - 6.60
Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina - 6.61
Robert Blanton, Notre Dame - 6.71
Jamell Fleming, Oklahoma - 6.71
Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt - 6.76
Justin Bethel, Presbyterian - 6.79
Cliff Harris, Oregon - 6.79
Antonio Fenelus, Wisconsin - 6.80
Mike Harris, Florida State - 6.81
Chaz Powell, Penn State - 6.84
Trevin Wade, Arizona - 6.87
Charles Brown, North Carolina - 6.94
Ryan Steed, Furman - 6.94
Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama - 6.95
Leonard Johnson, Iowa State - 6.96
Asa Jackson, Cal-Poly - 6.97
Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette - 6.99
Morris Claiborne, LSU - 7.01
Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina - 7.09
De'Andre Presley, Appalachian State - 7.19
Trumaine Johnson, Montana - 7.20
Coryell Judie, Texas A&M - 7.33
Omar Bolden, Arizona State - N/A
Brandon Boykin, Georgia - N/A
Ron Brooks, LSU - N/A
Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska - N/A
Winston Guy, Kentucky - N/A
D'Anton Lynn, Penn State - N/A
Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech - N/A
Jeremy Jones, Wayne State (MI) - N/A
Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama - N/A
De'Quan Menzie, Alabama - N/A
Chase Minnifield, Virginia - N/A
Micah Pellerin, Hampton - N/A
Shaun Prater, Iowa - N/A        
Antwuan Reed, Pittsburgh - N/A   

SAFETIES
Harrison Smith, Notre Dame - 6.63 seconds
Jeron McMillian, Stanford - 6.69
Corey White, Samford - 6.72
Duke Ihenacho, San Jose State - 6.78 
Janzen Jackson, McNeese State - 6.90
Charles Mitchell, Mississippi State - 6.93
Delano Howell, Stanford - 6.97 
Sean Cattouse, California - 6.99
Kelcie McCray, Arkansas State - 7.0
Sean Richardson, Vanderbilt - 7.01
Johnny Thomas, Oklahoma State - 7.01 
Antonio Allen, South Carolina - 7.02 
George Iloka, Boise State - 7.03
Eddie Pleasant, Oregon - 7.12
Cyhl Quarles, Wake Forest - 7.21 
Brandon Taylor, LSU - 7.32
Christian Thompson, South Carolina State - 7.33
Mark Barron, Alabama - N/A
Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State - N/A
Trent Robinson, Michigan State - N/A
Phillip Thomas, Syracuse - N/A

Posted on: February 25, 2012 9:24 am
Edited on: February 28, 2012 6:24 pm
 

Combine Results: Broad Jump

Broad Jump
Check back here for updating results throughout the Combine

N/A = Prospects who didn't perform at the Combine

QUARTERBACKS
Andrew Luck, Stanford - 10 feet, 4 inches
Darron Thomas, Oregon - 10-1
Robert Griffin III, Baylor - 10-0
Russell Wilson, Wisconsin - 9-10
Jordan Jefferson, LSU - 9-8
Jacory Harris, Miami - 9-5
Nick Foles, Arizona - 9-4
Chandler Harnish - 9-4
B.J. Coleman, Tennessee-Chattanooga - 9-1
Kirk Cousins, Michigan St. - 9-1
Austin Davis, Southern Miss - 9-1
Ryan Lindley, San Diego State - 9-0
Aaron Corp, Richmond - 8-10
Case Keenum, Houston - 8-7  
Patrick Witt, Yale - 8-5
Kellen Moore, Boise State - 8-3
 
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
Donald Stephenson, Oklahoma - 9 feet, 6 inches
Adam Gettis, Iowa - 9-4
Tom Compton, South Dakota - 9-0
Rishaw Johnson, Rishaw - 9-0
Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State - 8-11
Philip Blake, TCU - 8-9
Ben Jones, Georgia - 8-9
Lamar Holmes, Southern Miss - 8-8
Ronald Leary, Memphis - 8-7
Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State - 8-7
Bobby Massie, Mississippi - 8-6
Brandon Mosley, Auburn - 8-6
Dustin Waldron, Portland State - 8-6    
Jeff Allen, Illinois - 8-5
James Brown, Troy - 8-5
John Cullen, Utah - 8-5
Luke Nix, Pittsburgh - 8-5
Rokevious Watkins, South Carolina - 8-5
Justin Anderson, Georgia - 8-4
Kelvin Beachum, SMU - 8-4
Tony Bergstrom, Utah - 8-4
Senio Kelemete, Washington - 8-4  
Brandon Washington, Miami - 8-4
Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin - 8-4
Mike Adams, Ohio State - 8-3
Andrew Datko, Florida State - 8-3
Taylor Dever, Notre Dame - 8-3
Ryan Miller, Colorado - 8-3
Nate Potter, Boise State - 8-3
Zebrie Sanders, Florida State - 8-3
David DeCastro, Stanford - 8-1
Riley Reiff, Iowa - 8-1
Matt McCants, Alabama-Birmingham - 8-0
Michael Brewster, Ohio State - 7-11
Garth Gerhart, Arizona State - 7-11
Josh Leribeus, SMU - 7-11
Marcel Jones, Nebraska - 7-10
Cordy Glenn, Georgia - 7-08
Antoine McClain, Clemson - 7-06
Quentin Saulsberry, Mississippi State - 7-05
Mitchell Schwartz, California - 7-04
Andrew Tiller, Syracuse - 7-0                       
Mark Asper, Oregon - N/A
Paul Cornick, North Dakota State - N/A
Matt Kalil, Southern Cal - N/A
Peter Konz, Wisconsin - N/A
Joe Looney, Wake Forest - N/A
Jonathan Martin, Stanford - N/A
David Molk, Michigan - N/A
Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin - N/A
Matt Reynolds, BYU - N/A
Johnnie Troutman, Penn State - N/A
Desmond Wynn, Rutgers - N/A
Markus Zusevics, Iowa - N/A    
             
TIGHT ENDS
Michael Egnew, Missouri - 10 feet, 11 inches
Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette - 10-4
James Hanna, Oklahoma - 10-2
Emil Igwenagu, Massachusetts - 10-1
Deangelo Peterson, LSU - 10-1
Evan Rodriguez, Temple - 9-11
Drake Dunsmore, Northwestern - 9-9
Dwayne Allen, Clemson - 9-2
David Paulson, Oregon - 9-2
Cory Harkey, UCLA - 9-1
Orson Charles, Georgia - N/A
Coby Fleener, Stanford - N/A
Nick Provo, Syracuse - N/A
Beau Reliford, Florida State - N/A

WIDE RECEIVERS
Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech - 133 inches
Chris Owusu, Stanford - 129
Jerrell Jackson, Missouri - 127
Kashif Moore, Connecticut - 126
Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers - 126
Greg Childs, Arkansas - 125
Tommy Streeter, Miami - 125
Junior Hemingway, Michigan - 124
A.J. Jenkins, Illinois - 124
Joe Adams, Arkansas - 123
Jarrett Boykin, Virginia Tech - 123
Devier Posey, Ohio State - 123
Devon Wylie, Fresno State - 123
Michael Floyd, Notre Dame - 122
Keshawn Martin, Michigan State - 122
Marvin McNutt, Iowa - 122
Rueben Randle, LSU - 121
Kendall Wright, Baylor - 121
T.J. Graham, North Carolina State - 120
Jarius Wright, Arkansas - 120
Travis Benjamin, Miami - 119
Jermaine Kearse, Washington - 119
Brian Quick, Appalachian State - 119
Jordan White, Western Michigan - 119
Chris Givens, Wake Forest - 118
Juron Criner, Arizona - 117
Darius Hanks, Alabama - 17
B.J. Cunningham, Michigan State - 116
Danny Coale, Virginia Tech - 115
Derek Moye, Penn State - 115
James Rodgers, Oregon State - 115
Gerell Robinson, Arizona State - 113
Marvin Jones, California - 112
Marquis Maze, Alabama - 112
Eric Page, Toledo - 112
Dwight Jones, North Carolina - 109
Timothy Benford, Tennessee Tech - N/A
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State - N/A
Lavon Brazill, Ohio - N/A
Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma - N/A
Josh Cooper, Oklahoma State - N/A
Patrick Edwards, Houston - N/A
Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M - N/A
T Y Hilton, Florida International - N/A
Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina - N/A
Rishard Matthews, Nevada - N/A
Nick Toon, Wisconsin - N/A
           
DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
Nick Perry, Southern Cal - 124 inches
Scott Solomon, Rice - 124
Bruce Irvin, West Virginia - 123
Olivier Vernon, Miami - 122
Andre Branch, Clemson - 120
Chandler Jones, Syracuse - 120
Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy - 120
Shea McClellin, Boise State - 118
Whitney Mercilus, Illinois - 118
Brandon Lindsey, Pittsburgh - 117
Jack Crawford, Penn State - 116
Derrick Shelby, Utah - 116
Jamaar Jarrett, Arizona State - 114
Jake Bequette, Arkansas - 113
Tyrone Crawford, Boise State - 113
Mike Martin, Michigan - 113
Kendall Reyes, Connecticut - 113
J R Swezy, North Carolina State - 113
Jamie Blatnick, Oklahoma State - 12
Markus Kuhn, North Carolina State - 112
Kheeston Randle, Texas - 111
Vinny Curry, Marshall - 110
Jacquies Smith, Missouri - 110
Quinton Coples, North Carolina - 109
Justin Francis, Rutgers - 109                            
Melvin Ingram, South Carolina - 109
Rennie Moore, Clemson - 109
Akiem Hicks, Regina - 108
Vaughn Meatoga, Hawaii - 108
Brett Roy, Nevada - 108
Derek Wolfe, Cincinnati - 108
Billy Winn, Boise State - 107
Jerel Worthy, Michigan State - 107
Jaye Howard, Florida - 106
Michael Brockers, LSU - 105        
Marcus Forston, Miami - 105
Trevor Guyton, California - 105
Malik Jackson, Tennessee - 105
Cam Johnson, Virginia - 105
Dontari Poe, Memphis - 105
Jared Crick, Nebraska - 104
Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State - 103
Alameda Ta'amu, Washington - 103
Travian Robertson, South Carolina - 102
Brandon Thompson, Clemson - 100
Chas Alecxih, Pittsburgh - 99
Loni Fangupo, BYU - 99
Tydreke Powell, North Carolina - 99
Christian Tupuo, Southern California - 92
Frank Alexander, Oklahoma - N/A
Josh Chapman, Alabama - N/A
Mike Daniels, Iowa - N/A
Dominique Hamilton, Missouri - N/A
Dajohn Harris, Southern California - N/A       
John Hughes, Cincinnati - N/A 
Donte Paige-Moss, North Carolina - N/A
Devon Still, Penn State - N/A
Deangelo Tyson, Georgia - N/A


LINEBACKERS
Mychal Kendricks, California - 127 inches
Demario Davis, Arkansas State - 124
James-Michael Johnson, Nevada - 124
Tahir Whitehead, Temple - 124
Luke Kuechly, Boston College - 123
Travis Lewis, Oklahoma - 122
Nigel Bradham, Florida State - 121    
Miles Burris, San Diego State - 121
Tank Carder, TCU - 121
Keenan Robinson, Texas - 120
Lavonte David, Nebraska - 119
Josh Kaddu, Oregon - 119
Sean Spence, Miami - 119
Emmanuel Acho, Texas - 118
Najee Goode, West Virginia - 117
Kyle Wilber, Wake Forest - 117
Zach Brown, North Carolina - 116
Nathan Stupar, Penn State - 116
Audie Cole, North Carolina State - 114
Darius Fleming, Notre Dame - 114
Terrell Manning, North Carolina State - 114
Ryan Baker, LSU - 113
Steve Johnson, Kansas - 113              
Ronnell Lewis, Oklahoma - 112
Danny Trevathan, Kentucky - 111
Caleb McSurdy, Montana - 110
Shawn Loiseau, Merrimack - 109
Brandon Marshall, Nevada - 108
Chris Galippo, Southern California - 107
Vontaze Burfict, Arizona State - 104  
Dont'a Hightower, Alabama - N/A
Tyler Nielsen, Iowa - N/A
Courtney Upshaw, Alabama - N/A

DEFENSIVE BACKS
Josh Robinson, Central Florida - 133 inches
Justin Bethel, Presbyterian - 131
Coryell Judie, Texas A&M - 126
Jamell Fleming, Oklahoma - 125
Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina - 124
Antwuan Reed, Pittsburgh - 124
Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina - 123
Coty Sensabaugh, Clemson - 122
Trumaine Johnson, Montana - 122
Chaz Powell, Penn State - 121
Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama - 121
Ryan Steed, Furman - 121
Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska - 121
Terrence Frederick, Texas A&M - 121
Leonard Johnson, Iowa State - 120
Ron Brooks, LSU - 120
Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama - 120
Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt - 119
Asa Jackson, Cal-Poly - 118
Cliff Harris, Oregon - 118
Morris Claiborne, LSU - 118
Mike Harris, Florida State - 117
Robert Blanton, Notre Dame - 116
Micah Pellerin, Hampton - 116
Trevin Wade, Arizona - 116
De'Quan Menzie, Alabama - 116
De'Andre Presley, Appalachian State - 114
Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette - 114
Charles Brown, North Carolina - 114
D'Anton Lynn,  Penn State - 111
Antonio Fenelus, Wisconsin - 109
Omar Bolden, Arizona State - N/A
Brandon Boykin, Georgia - N/A
Winston Guy, Kentucky - N/A
Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech - N/A
Jeremy Jones, Wayne State (MI) - N/A
Chase Minnifield, Virginia - N/A
Shaun Prater, Iowa - N/A

SAFETIES                     
Sean Richardson, Vanderbilt - 128 inches
Charles Mitchell, Mississippi State - 127
Corey White, Samford - 126
Janzen Jackson, McNeese State - 125
Trent Robinson, Michigan State - 125
George Iloka, Boise State - 124
Johnny Thomas, Oklahoma State - 123
Duke Ihenacho, San Jose State - 122 
Kelcie McCray, Arkanas State - 122
Harrison Smith, Notre Dame - 122
Phillip Thomas, Syracuse - 122 
Christian Thompson, South Carolina State - 122
Delano Howell, Stanford - 120
Jeron McMillian, Maine - 120
Cyhl Quarles, Wake Forest - 119
Antonio Allen, South Carolina - 118
Brandon Taylor - LSU - 118
Eddie Pleasant, Oregon - 116
Sean Cattouse, California - 114
Mark Barron, Alabama - N/A 
Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State - N/A 
 
 
 
 
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