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Tag:Scouting Combine
Posted on: February 25, 2012 9:21 am
Edited on: February 28, 2012 6:06 pm
 

Combine Results: Vertical Jump

Vertical Jump
Check back here for updating results throughout the Combine
N/A = Prospects who didn't perform at the Combine

QUARTERBACKS
Robert Griffin III, Baylor - 39.0 inches
Jacory Harris, Miami - 37
Jordan Jefferson, LSU - 36.5
Andrew Luck, Stanford - 36
Darron Thomas, Oregon - 36
Russell Wilson, Wisconsin - 34
Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois - 32.5
Case Keenum, Houston - 32.5
Aaron Corp, Richmond - 31.5
Patrick Witt, Yale - 31.5
Austin Davis, Southern Miss - 31
Nick Foles, Arizona - 30.5
Ryan Lindley, San Diego State - 29.5
Kirk Cousins, Michigan State - 28.5
Kellen Moore, Boise State - 27
B.J. Coleman, Tennessee-Chattanooga - N/A
Brock Osweiler, Arizona State - N/A
Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M - N/A
Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State - N/A 

WIDE RECEIVERS
Kashif Moore, Connecticut - 43.5 inches
Jerrell Jackson, Missouri - 41.0
Chris Owusu, Stanford - 40.5
Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech - 39.5 
Keshawn Martin, Michigan State - 39.5
Devon Wylie, Fresno State - 39
A.J. Jenkins, Illinois - 38.5
Kendall Wright, Baylor - 38.5
Travis Benjamin, Miami - 38
Juron Criner, Arizona - 38
Jarius Wright, Arkansas - 38
Nick Toon, Wisconsin - 37.5
Marvin McNutt, Iowa - 37
James Rodgers, Oregon State - 37
Greg Childs, Arkansas - 36.5 
Michael Floyd, Notre Dame - 36.5
Devier Posey, Ohio State - 36.5
Joe Adams, Arkansas - 36
Jarrett Boykin, Virginia Tech - 36
Rishard Matthews, Nevada - 36
Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers - 36
Junior Hemingway, Michigan - 35.5
Gerell Robinson, Arizona State - 35.5
Jordan White, Western Michigan - 35
Danny Coale, Virginia Tech - 35
Darius Hanks, Alabama - 34
Jermaine Kearse, Washington - 34
Brian Quick, Appalachian State - 34
Chris Givens, Wake Forest - 33.5
T.J. Graham, North Carolina State - 33.5
Marquis Maze, Alabama - 33.5
Derek Moye, Penn State - 33.5
Dwight Jones, North Carolina - 33
Marvin Jones, California - 33
Tommy Streeter, Miami - 33
Lavon Brazill, Ohio - 32.5 
B.J. Cunningham, Michigan State - 31.5
Reuben Randle, LSU - 31   
Eric Page, Toledo - 30      
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State - 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 
    
TIGHT ENDS
Michael Egnew, Missouri - 36.0 inches
James Hanna, Oklahoma - 36
DeAngelo Peterson, LSU - 36
Evan Rodriguez, Temple - 36
Drank Dunsmore, Northwestern - 35.5
Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette - 34.5
Emil Lgwenagu, Massachusetts - 34.5
Dwayne Allen, Clemson, 32
David Paulson, Oregon - 32  
Cory Harkey, UCLA - 26.5 
Orson Charles, Georgia - N/A
Coby Fleener, Stanford - N/A 
Nick Provo, Syracuse - N/A
Beau Reliford, Florida State - N/A       
    
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
Donald Stephenson, Oklahoma - 35.5 inches
Desmond Wynn, Rutgers - 32.5
Adam Gettis, Iowa - 31.5
Rishaw Johnson, California-Pennsylvania - 31.5
Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State - 31.5
Garth Gerhart, Arizona State - 30.5
Ben Jones, Georgia - 30.5
Tom Compton, South Dakota - 30
Tony Bergstrom, Utah - 29.5
Philip Blake, Baylor - 29.5
Andrew Datko, Florida State - 29.5
David DeCastro, Stanford - 29.5
Luke Nix, Pittsburgh - 29.5
Ronald Leary, Memphis - 29
Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin - 29
Mike Adams, Ohio State - 28.5
Kelvin Beachum, SMU - 28.5
Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin - 28.5
Nate Potter, Boise State - 28.5
Taylor Dever, Notre Dame - 28
Ryan Miller, Colorado - 28
Jeff Allen, Illinois - 27.5
Marcel Jones, Nebraska - 27.5     
Bobby Massie, Mississippi - 27.5
Johnnie Troutman, Penn State - 27.5
Justin Anderson, Georgia - 27
John Cullen, Utah 27
Lamar Holmes, Southern Miss - 27
Matt Kalil, Southern Cal - 27
Antoine McClain, Clemson - 27        
Brandon Mosley, Auburn - 27
Zebrie Sanders, Florida State - 27
Rokevious Watkins, South Carolina - 27
Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State - 26.5
Riley Reiff, Iowa - 26.5
Mitchell Schwartz, Iowa - 26.5    
Josh Leribeus, SMU - 26
Dustin Waldron, Portland State - 26
James Brown, Troy - 25.5
Matt McCants, Alabama-Birmingham - 25.5
Michael Brewster, Ohio State - 25
Senio Kelemete, Washington - 25
Brandon Washington, Miami - 25
Cordy Glenn, Georgia - 23.5
Andrew Tiller, Syracuse - 23
Quentin Saulsberry, Mississippi State - 22
Mark Asper, Oregon - N/A
Paul Cornick, North Dakota State - N/A
Peter Konz, Wisconsin - N/A
Joe Looney, Wake Forest - N/A
Jonathan Martin, Stanford - N/A
David Molk, Michigan - N/A
Matt Reynolds, BYU - N/A
Markus Zusevics, Iowa - N/A

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
Nick Perry, Southern Cal - 38.5
J.R. Sweezy, N.C. State - 36.0
Derrick Shelby, Utah - 35.5
Cam Johnson, Virginia - 35.0
Chandler Jones, Syracuse - 35.0
Scott Solomon, Rice - 35.0
Melvin Ingram, South Carolina - 34.5
Markus Kuhn, N.C. State - 34.5
Kendall Reyes, UConn - 34.5
Olivier Vernon, Miami - 34.5
Jake Bequette, Arkansas - 34.0
Kheeston Randall, Texas - 34.0
Bruce Irvin, West Virginia - 33.5
Mike Martin, Michigan - 33.5
Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy - 33.5
Derek Wolfe, Cincinnati - 33.5
Tyrone Crawford, Boise St. - 33.0
Jack Crawford, Penn St. - 33
Brandon Lindsey, Pitt - 33.0
Jamie Blatnick, Oklahoma St. - 32.5
Andre Branch, Clemson - 32.5
Vinny Curry, Marshall - 32.0
Justin Francis, Rutgers - 32.0
Whitney Mercilus, Illinois - 32.0
Quinton Coples, North Carolina - 31.5
Loni Fangupo, BYU - 31.5
Akiem Hicks, Regina - 31.5
Shea McClellin, Boise St. - 31.5
Jacquies Smith, Missouri - 31.5
Jared Crick, Nebraska - 31.0       
Trevor Guyton, Cal - 31.0
Brandon Thompson, Clemson - 31.0
Rennie Moore, Clemson - 30.5
Brett Roy, Nevada - 30.5
Jamaar Jarrett, Arizona State - 30.0
Vaughn Meatoga, Hawaii - 30.0
Dontari Poe, Memphis - 29.5
Devon Still, Penn St. - 29.5
Tydreke Powell, North Carolina - 28.5
Jerel Worthy, Michigan St. - 28.5
Marcus Forston, Miami - 28.0
Malik Jackson, Tennessee - 28.0
Jaye Howard, Florida - 27.5
Billy Winn, Boise St. - 27.0
Michael Brockers, LSU - 26.5
FLetcher Cox, Mississippi St. - 26.0
Fletcher Cox, Mississippi St. - 26.0
Travian Robertson, South Carolina - 26.0
Alameda Ta'Amu, Washington - 26.0
Chas Alecxih, Pitt - 25.5
Christian Tupou, Southern Cal - 24.0 
Frank Alexander, Oklahoma - N/A    
Josh Chapman, Alabama - N/A
Mike Daniels, Iowa - N/A
Dominique Hamilton - N/A     
DaJohn Harris, Southern Cal - N/A
John Hughes, Cincinnati - N/A
Done Paige-Moss - N/A
DeAngelo Tyson, Georgia - N/A       
 
LINEBACKERS
Mychal Kendricks, Cal - 39.5
Demario Davis, Arkansas State - 38.5
Luke Kuechley, Boston College - 38.0
Miles Burris, San Diego St. - 37.5
Nigel Bradham, Florida St. - 37.0
James-Michael Johnson, Nevada - 37.0
Tahir Whitehead, Temple - 37.0
Lavonte David, Nebraska - 36.5
Steve Johnson, Kansas - 36.0
Travis Lewis, Oklahoma - 36.0
Emmanuel Acho, Texas - 35.5
Najee Goode, West Virginia - 35.5
Keenan Robinson, texas - 35.5
Audie Cole, N.C. State - 35.0
Tank Carder, TCU - 34.5
Ryan Baker, LSU - 34.0
Josh Kaddu, Oregon - 34.0
Zach Brown, North Carolina - 33.5
Darius Fleming, Notre Dame - 33.5
Sean Spence, miami - 33.5
Kyle Wilber, Wake Forest - 33.5
Shawn Loiseau, Merrimack - 32.5
Terrell Manning, N.C. State - 32.5
Dont'a Hightower, Alabama - 32.0
Danny Trevathan, Kentucky - 31.5
Ronnell Lewis, Oklahome - 31.0
Nathan Stupar, Penn St. - 31.0
Brandon Marshall, Nevada - 30.5
Vontaze Burfict, Arizona State - 30.0
Caleb McSurdy, Montana - 30.0  
Chris Galippo, Southern Cal - 29.5
Tyler Nielsen, Iowa - N/A
Courtney Upshaw, Alabama - N/A

DEFENSIVE BACKS
Justin Bethel, Presbyterian - 39.5 inches
Josh Robinson, Central Florida - 38.5
Ron Brooks, LSU - 38
Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska - 37
Coty Sensabaugh, Clemson - 37
Coryell Judie, Texas A&M - 37
Antwuan Reed, Pittsburgh - 36.5
Cliff Harris, Oregon - 36
Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina - 36
Mike Harris, Florida State - 36
Trumaine Johnson, Montana - 35.5
Charles Brown, North Carolina - 35.5
Terrence Frederick, Texas A&M - 35
Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama - 35
Asa Jackson, Cal Poly - 34.5
Morris Claiborne, LSU - 34.5
Trevin Wade, Arizona - 34.5
Robert Blanton, Notre Dame - 34
Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt, 34
Jamell Fleming, Oklahoma - 34
Ryan Steed, Furman - 34
Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama - 33.5
Chaz Powell, Penn State - 33
De'Quan Menzie, Alabama - 33
Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina - 33
Micah Pellerin, Hampton - 33
Antonio Fenelus, Wisconsin - 33
De'Andre Presley, Appalachian State - 32
Leonard Johnson, Iowa State - 32
D'Anton Lynn, Penn State - 32
Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette - 31.5
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 - 38.5 inches
Corey White, Samford - 37.5
Charles Mitchell, Mississippi State - 37
Janzen Jackson, McNeese State - 36.5
Jeron McMillian, Maine - 36.5
Johnny Thomas, Oklahoma State - 35.5
Trent Robinson, Michigan - 35
Duke Ihenacho, San Jose State - 35
George Iloka, Boise State - 34.5
Antonio Allen, South Carolina - 34
Harrison Smith, Notre Dame - 34
Sean Cattouse, California - 34
Eddie Pleasant, Oregon - 33.5
Brandon Taylor, LSU - 33.5
Delano Howell, Stanford - 33
Phillip Thomas, Syracuse - 33
Cyhl Quarles, Wake Forest - 32.5
Christian Thompson, South Carolina State - 31.5 
Kelcie McCray, Arkansas State - 30.5
Mark Barron, Alabama - N/A
Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State - N/A


 
Posted on: February 25, 2012 9:20 am
Edited on: February 28, 2012 5:50 pm
 

Combine Results: 40-yard Dash

NFL.com is reporting 40-yard dash times from the Combine, first an "unofficial" handheld time and later an "official" time provided from National Football Scouting.

NFLDraftScout.com explained the 40-yard dash timing process, along with verified all-time Combine records. Those who participate in the 40 actually run twice, and on each run they are timed by two hand-held stopwatches and one electronic timer (that is actually initiated by hand on the player's first movement). Combine data put together for NFL teams by National Scouting includes all six of those times for each player, but no single official time, but that information isn't typically known for a week or two following the conclusion of the Combine.

Of note: of the 36 offensive linemen NDS noted unofficial and official times for, 33 had slower times in the official listing, three were the same and none were listed as faster than their unofficial timing. Sixteen players had an official time at least a tenth of a second slower than their official time, led by Georgia's Cordy Glenn, who dropped 0.19 seconds from a blistering 4.96 for a 345-pound man to 5.15.

40-yard Dash Results
Check back here for updating results throughout the Combine. All times are unofficial.
N/A = Prospects who haven't run or have chosen not to run

WIDE RECEIVERS
Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech - 4.30u, 4.36
Travis Benjamin, Miami - 4.32u, 4.36
T.J. Graham, N.C. State - 4.35u, 4.41
Chris Owusu, Stanford - 4.36
Chris Givens, Wake Forest - 4.37u, 4.41
A.J. Jenkins, Illinois - 4.39 
Devon Wylie, Fresno State - 4.39
Danny Coale, Virginia Tech - 4.40u, 4.50
Tommy Streeter, Miami - 4.40
Michael Floyd, Notre Dame - 4.42u, 4.47
Kashif Moore, Connecticut - 4.42
Jarius Wright, Arkansas - 4.42
Joe Adams, Arkansas - 4.44u, 4.55
Keshawn Martin, Michigan State - 4.45
Lavon Brazill, Ohio - 4.45u, 4.48
Marvin Jones, California - 4.46
B.J. Cunningham, Michigan State - 4.47u, 4.59
Greg Childs, Arkansas - 4.50u, 4.55  
Junior Hemingway, Michigan - 4.50u, 4.53
Devier Posey, Ohio State - 4.50
Marquiz Maze, Alabama - 4.51
Derek Moye, Penn State - 4.52
Timothy Benford, Tennessee Tech - 4.53u, 4.59
Jerrell Jackson, Missouri - 4.53u, 4.62
Marvin McNutt, Iowa - 4.54
Nick Toon, Wisconsin - 4.54
Dwight Jones, North Carolina - 4.55
Brian Quick, Appalachian State - 4.55
Rueben Randle, LSU - 4.55
Jermaine Kearse, Washington - 4.58
Eric Page, Toledo - 4.60 
Gerell Robinson, Arizona State - 4.62
Juron Criner, Arizona - 4.59u, 4.68
Darius Hanks, Alabama - 4.59u, 4.66
Kendall Wright, Baylor - 4.61 (Top WRs hurt by 40s)
Rishard Matthews, Nevada - 4.62  
James Rodgers, Oregon State - 4.67
Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers - 4.67    
Jarrett Boykin, Virginia Tech - 4.69u, 4.74
Jordan White, Western Michigan - 4.69
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State - N/A (Hamstring injury)
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, FIU - N/A
Alshon Jeffrey, South Carolina - N/A
Tommy Streeter, Miami - N/A
Nick Toon, Wisconsin - N/A       

RUNNING BACKS
LaMichael James, Oregon - 4.37u, 4.45 (James, Rainey lose top time to Miller)
Chris Rainey, Florida - 4.37u, 4.45
Lamar Miller, Miami - 4.38u, 4.40
David Wilson, Virginia Tech - 4.40u, 4.49
Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M - 4.41u, 4.47
Ronnie Hillman, San Diego State - 4.41u, 4.45
Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati - 4.41u, 4.47
Robert Turbin, Utah St. - 4.44u, 4.50
Edwin Baker, Michigan St. - 4.46u, 4.53
Chris Polk, Washington - 4.46u,
Davin Meggett, Marylan - 4.50u
Bernard Pierce, Temple - 4.50u, 4.49
Mike Ball, Nevada - 4.53u, 4.65
Tauren Poole, Tennessee - 4.53u, 4.54
Brandon Bolden, Ole Miss - 4.56u, 4.66
Lennon Creer, Louisiana Tech - 4.59u, 4.71
Vick Ballard, Mississippi St. - 4.63u, 4.65
Terrance Ganaway, Baylor - 4.63u, 4.67
Alfred Morris, FAU - 4.64u, 4.67
Dan Herron, Ohio State - 4.65u, 4.66
Marc Tyler, Soutnern Cal - 4.72u, 4.76
Bradie Ewing, Wisconsin - 4.75u, 4.76
Rhett Ellison, Southern Cal - 4.79u, 4.88
Jonas Grady, Notre Dame - N/A
Jewel Hampton, Southern Illinois - N/A
Fozzy Whittaker, Texas - N/A   

QUARTERBACKS
Robert Griffin III, Baylor - 4.38u, 4.41 (RG3, Luck won't throw at Combine)
Russell Wilson, Wisconsin - 4.50u, 4.55
Jordan Jefferson, LSU - 4.59u, 4.65  
Andrew Luck, Stanford - 4.59u, 4.67
Aaron Corp, Richmond - 4.65u, 4.72 
Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois - 4.69u, 4.76
Jacory Harris, Miami - 4.72u, 4.72
Case Keenum, Houston - 4.75u, 4.82
Austin Davis, Southern Miss - 4.78u, 4.76
Darron Thomas, Oregon - 4.78u, 4.80
Kirk Cousins, Michigan State - 4.84u, 4.93
Ryan Lindley, San Diego St. - 4.87u, 4.90
Kellen Moore, Boise State - 4.87u, 4.94
Nick Foles, Arizona - 5.13u, 5.14
B.J. Coleman, Tennessee-Chattanooga - N/A  
Brock Osweiler, Arizona State - N/A (Foot sprain)
Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M - N/A
Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State - N/A 
 
TIGHT ENDS
James Hanna, Oklahoma - 4.49
LaDarius Green, Louisiana Lafeyette - 4.53
Evan Rodriguez, Temple - 4.58
Michael Egnew, Missouri - 4.62
Drake Dunsmore, Northwestern - 4.64
DeAngelo Peterson, LSU - 4.76
Emil Igweganu, Massachusetts - 4.83  
Dwayne Allen, Clemson - 4.89 
David Paulson, Oregon - 4.93 
Cory Harkey, UCLA - 5.11 
Orson Charles, Georgia - NA
Coby Fleener, Stanford - NA
Nick Provo, Syracuse - NA
Beau Reliford, Florida State - NA

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
Adam Gettis, Iowa - 4.91 u, 5.0
Donald Stephenson, Oklahoma - 4.94 u, 4.94 
Cordy Glenn, Georgia - 4.96 u (Big Man Rumbles), 5.15
Desmond Wynn, Rutgers - 4.97 u, 5.05 
Matt Kalil, Southern Cal - 4.99
Tom Compton, South Dakota - 5.03 u,  5.11
Brandon Mosley, Auburn - 5.05 u (Working with OL guru coach Alex Gibbs), 5.21 
Philip Blake, Baylor - 5.09 u, 5.25
Bobby Massie, Ole Miss - 5.09 u, 5.23
Rishaw Johnson, California (PA) - 5.15 u 
Ryan Miller, Colorado, 5.15 u, 5.27
Jeff Allen, Illinois - 5.16 u, 5.28
Riley Reiff, Iowa - 5.16 u, 5.23
James Brown, Troy - 5.18 u, 5.30 
Tony Bergstrom, Utah - 5.19 u
Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State - 5.19 u, 5.36 
Brandon Washington, Miami - 5.19 u, 5.25
Andrew Datko, Florida State - 5.22 u, 5.32
Dustin Waldron, Portland St. - 5.22 u, 5.34
Michael Brewster, Ohio State - 5.25 u, 5.35
Rokevious Watkins, South Carolina - 5.25 u, 5.39
Justin Anderson, Georgia - 5.28 u, 5.31 
Nate Potter, Boise St. - 5.28 u, 5.36
Luke Nix, Pittsburgh - 5.28 u, 5.43
Matt Reynolds, BYU - 5.29 u, 5.37
Quentin Saulsberry, Mississippi St. - 5.29 u, 5.38
Mike Adams, Ohio State - 5.31 u, 5.40
Kelvin Beachum, SMU - 5.31 u, 5.37
Mitchell Schwartz, Cal - 5.31 u, 5.45
Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin - 5.31 u, 5.39
John Cullen, Utah - 5.32 u, 5.34
Amini Silatolu, Midwestern St. - 5.33 u, 5.43 
David DeCastro, Stanford - 5.34 u, 5.43
Lamar Holmes, Southern Miss - 5.35 u
Ronald Leary, Memphis - 5.36
Antoine McClain, Clemson - 5.40 u, 5.57
Taylor Dever, Notre Dame - 5.41 u, 5.46
Ben Jones, Georgia - 5.41 u
Zebrie Sanders, Florida State - 5.41 u, 5.41 
Garth Gerhart, Arizona State - 5.44 u
Matt McCants, UAB - 5.44 u, 5.52
Andrew Tiller, Syracuse - 5.50 u, 5.50
Senio Kelemete, Washington -5.52
Johnnie Troutman, Penn St. - 5.53 u, 5.67   
Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin - 5.78 u, 5.80 
Mark Asper, Oregon - N/A
Paul Cornick, North Dakota State - N/A
Peter Konz, Wisconsin - N/A 
Joe Looney, Wake Forest - N/A  
Jonathan Martin, Stanford - N/A
David Molk, Michigan - N/A 
Markus Zusevics, Iowa - N/A (Zusevics tears pec; Combine over)

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
Bruce Irvin, West Virginia - 4.43u, 4.50
Nick Perry, Southern Cal - 4.50u, 4.64
Andre Branch, Clemson - 4.62u, 4.70
Shea McClellin, Boise St. - 4.62u, 4.63
Whitney Mercilus, Illinois - 4.63u, 4.68
Melvin Ingram, South Carolina 4.66u, 4.79
Olivier Vernon, Miami - 4.68u, 4.80
Quinton Coples, North Carolina - 4.72u, 4.78
Jaye Howard, Florida - 4.75u, 4.82
Cam Johnson, Virginia - 4.75u, 4.81
Jacquies Smith, Missouri - 4.75u, 4.81
Jack Crawford, Penn St - 4.76u, 4.85
Jake Bequette, Arkansas - 4.78u, 4.82
Brandon Lindsey, Pitt - 4.78u, 4.93
Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy - 4.78u, 4.89
Fletcher Cox, Mississippi St. - 4.79u, 4.79
Kendall Reyes, UConn - 4.79u, 4.96
Tyrone Crawford, Boise St. - 4.81u, 4.89
Derrick Shelby, Utah - 4.81u, 4.96
Chandler Jones, Syracuse - 4.82u, 4.87
Jamie Blatnick, Oklahoma St. - 4.84u, 4.90
Mike Martin, Michigan - 4.84, 4.88
Vinny Curry, Marshall - 4.85u, 4.98
Dontari Poe, Memphis - 4.87u, 4.98
Markus Kuhn, N.C. State - 4.90u, 4.89
Malik Jackson, Tennessee - 4.93u, 4.91
Jared Crick, Nebraska - 4.94u, 4.99
Jamaar Jarrett, Arizona State - 4.94u, 5.02
Scott Solomon, Rice - 4.94u, 5.00
Derek Wolfe, Cincinnati - 4.94u, 5.01
Billy Winn, Boise St. - 4.95u, 5.00
Rennie Moore, Clemson - 4.97, 5.12
J.R. Sweezy, N.C. State - 4.97u, 5.01
Jerel Worthy, Michigan St. - 4.97u, 5.09
Vaughn Meatoga, Hawaii - 5.00u, 5.00
Kheeston Randall, Texas - 5.00u, 5.00 
Devon Still, Penn St. - 5.00u, 5.08
Trevor Guyton, Cal - 5.03u, 5.07
Brett Roy, nevada - 5.03u, 5.07
Marcus Forston, Miami - 5.10u, 5.17
Loni Fangupo, BYU - 5.16u, 5.18
Travian Robertson, South Carolina - 5.19u, 5.32
Akiem Hicks, Regina - 5.21u, 5.23
Tydreke Powell, North Carolina - 5.28u, 5.36
Michael Brockers, LSU - 5.33u, 5.36
Chas Alecxih, Putt - 5.34u, 5.41
Alameda Ta'Amu, Washington - 5.34u, 5.37
Chritian Tupou, Southern Cal - 5.35u, 5.42
Dominique Hamilton, Missouri - 5.50u, 5.54
Frank Alexander, Oklahoma - N/A
Josh Chapman, Alabama - N/A
Mike Daniels, Iowa - N/A
Justin Francis, Rutgers - N/A
DaJohn Harris, Southern Cal - N/A
John Hughes, Cincinnati - N/A
Donte Paige-Moss, North Carolina - N/A
Brandon Thompson, Clemson - N/A
DeAngelo Tyson, Georgia - N/A   
           
LINEBACKERS
Mychal Kendricks, Cal - 4.47
Zach Brown, North Carolina, 4.50
Luke Kuechly, Boston College, 4.5u, 4.78u, 4.59u, 4.58
Nigel Bradham, Florida St. - 4.53u, 4.64
DeMario Davis, Arkansas State - 4.53u, 4.61
Tank Carder, TCU - 4.56u, 4.69
James-Michael Johnson, Nevada, 4.60u, 4.68
Dont'a Hightower, Alabama - 4.62u, 4.68
Steve Johnson, Kansas - 4.65u, 4.78
Lavonte David, Nebraska - 4.66u, 4.65
Najee Goode, West Virginia - 4.66u, 4.64
Emmanuel Acho, Texas - 4.68u, 4.73
Ronnell Lewis, Oklahoma - 4.68, 4.68
Tahir Whitehead, Temple - 4.70
Sean Spence, Miami - 4.71  
Audie Cole, N.C. State - 4.72u, 4.81
Ryan Baker, LSU - 4.74u, 4.88
Tyler Nielsen, Iowa - 4.74 
Chris Galippo, Southern Cal - 4.75u, 4.87
Darius Fleming, Notre Dame - 4.77 
Nathan Stupar, Penn State - 4.78
Terrell Manning, N.C. State - 4.79
Keenan Robinson, Texas - 4.79
Brandon Marshall, Nevada - 4.81
Shawn Loiseau, Merrimack - 4.85
Kyle Wilber, Wake Forest - 4.86
Travis Lewis, Oklahoma - 4.88           
Caleb McSurdy, Montana - 4.97 
Vontaze Burfict, Arizona State - 4.93u, 5.09

DEFENSIVE BACKS
Josh Robinson, UCF - 4.33
Ron Brooks, LSU - 4.37
Stephon Gilmore - South Carolina - 4.40
Coty Sensabaugh, Clemson - 4.42
Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette - 4.43
Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama - 4.46
Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech - 4.47
Coryell Judie, Texas A&M - 4.48
Asa Jackson, Cal Poly - 4.49
Morris Claiborne, LSU - 4.50
'Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama - 4.51
Jamell Fleming, Oklahoma - 4.53   
Chaz Powell, Penn St. - 4.53
Terrence Frederick, Texas A&M - 4.54
Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska - 4.55
Jeremy Jones, Wayne St. (MI) - 4.56u
Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt - 4.57
Justin Bethel, Presbyterian - 4.58
Trevin Wade, Arizona - 4.59
Trumaine Johnson, Montana - 4.61
Micah Pellerin, Hampton, 4.61
Charles Brown, North Carolina - 4.63
Antwuan Reed, Pitt - 4.63                   
Cliff Harris, Oregon, 4.64
De'Andre Presley, Appalachian St. - 4.64
Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina - 4.66
Antonio Fenelus, Wisconsin, 4.68
Mike Harris, Florida St - 4.68
Ryan Steed, Furman - 4.68
Robert Blanton, Notre Dame - 4.70
Winston Guy, Kentucky - 4.70
Leonard Johnson, Iowa St. - 4.71
De'Quan Menzie, Alabama - 4.74
D'Anton Lynn, Penn St. - 4.77
Omar Bolden, Arizona St. - N/A
Brandon Boykin, Georgia - N/A
Chase Minnifield, Virginia - N/A       
Shaun Prater, Iowa - N/A 

SAFETIES
Christian Thompson, South Carolina State - 4.50
Trent Robinson, Michigan State - 4.52
Sean Richardson, Vanderbilt - 4.52
Kelcie McCray, Arkansas State - 4.54
Corey White, Samford - 4.55
Jeron McMillian, Maine - 4.56
Harrison Smith, Notre Dame - 4.57
Brandon Taylor, LSU - 4.58
Cyhl Quarles, Wake Forest - 4.62
Johnny Thomas, Oklahoma State - 4.63
Charles Mitchell, Mississippi State - 4.63
Eddie Pleasant, Oregon - 4.63
Janzen Jackson, McNeese State - 4.64
Delano Howell, Stanford - 4.65
George Iloka, Boise State - 4.66
Antonio Allen, South Carolina - 4.67
Duke Ihenacho, San Jose State - 4.68
Phillip Thomas, Syracuse - 4.74
Sean Cattouse, California - 4.74
Mark Barron, Alabama - N/A
Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State - N/A

PUNTERS
Bryan Anger, Cal - 4.75 u
Drew Butler, Georgia - NA
Derek Dimke, Illinois - NA
Kyle Martens, Rice - NA
Brad Nortman, Wisconsin - NA    
Shawn Powell, Florida State - NA
Brian Stahovich, San Diego State - NA
David Teggart, UConn - NA   
Blair Walsh, Georgia - NA
Carson Wiggs, Purdue - NA
Posted on: February 25, 2012 8:12 am
 

Feeling better, OT Martin to do positional drills

Stanford offensive tackle Jonathan Martin - NFLDraftScout.com's No. 14 overall rated prospect for the 2012 draft - appears to have gotten over the food poisoning or flu-like symptoms he had experienced in his final days at Athletes Performance and will be doing the positional drills today at the Combine. 

"I just can't sit there and watch [the positional drills]. That's not me," Martin said.
 
Feeling less than himself, Martin had initially told the media and 20+ teams he's interviewed with this week that he would not be doing any athletic drills.  However, after starting to feel better yesterday and wanting to show scouts that his competitive streak, the Stanford product decided this morning that he would take advantage of the audience and perform. 

Having taken the past several days off of his normal training regimen for the 40-yard dash, three-cone drill and the battery of other athletic tests due to his illness, Martin will not be performing in these drills Sunday. 

Instead, he'll be waiting to finish that portion of his workout at Stanford's March 22 Pro Day. That workout could be the most heavily attended Pro Day of the year. Not only will scouts want to see Martin perform these timed and measured athletic drills, quarterback Andrew Luck is saving his throwing session for the Pro Day. Tight end Coby Fleener, a potential first round pick, who wasn't able to participate this week due to a high ankle sprain suffered in the Fiesta Bowl and NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated guard, David DeCastro, are the primary members of a strong Stanford class that could force representatives from every NFL team to attend the workout in Palo Alto. 

Martin is our third-rated offensive tackle of the draft behind Southern Cal's Matt Kalil and Iowa's Riley Reiff. Each are expected to be among the first 20 picks of the draft and some believe each could contend for top 10 honors. Martin is viewed by some as more athletic than either Kalil or Reiff and therefore is getting higher grades based on his upside from some clubs. There is considered to be a steep drop-off at left tackle following these three junior prospects.    
 
Posted on: February 24, 2012 6:57 pm
 

Osweiler joins QB list not throwing at Combine

Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler is joining Stanford's Andrew Luck, Baylor's Robert Griffin III and Texas A&M's Ryan Tannehill as quarterbacks who will not be throwing in front of scouts at the 2012 Combine. 

The foursome make up the top quarterback prospects on NFLDraftScout.com's board, leaving a rather ho-hum group of passers left to throw to receivers during Sunday's throwng session. 

The NFL can't be thrilled with the fact that arguably the four most intriguing quarterback talents in the draft will not be throwing on the first day the league is opening up the Combine to fans.

The shorter-than-expected Osweiler told me Friday as he was walking out of Lucas Oil Stadium that he would not be throwing. He did not provide a reason and unfortunately, I was unable to ask further questions due to a pre-scheduled radio commitment. 

Osweiler surprised many with his decision to leave Arizona State after only one starting season. He was very impressive in 2011, however, setting the ASU record by completing 63.2% of his passes for 4,036 yards -- another school record. Osweiler threw twice as many touchdowns (26) and interceptions (13) in 2011 and though he left ASU following the team's bowl loss to Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl, he had a strong game personally, completing 30 of 47 passes for a career-high 397 yards and two touchdowns against one interception. 

Arizona State's Pro Day is currently scheduled for March 24.    
Posted on: February 24, 2012 5:17 pm
 

Clemson TE Allen impresses at podium; bench press

Clemson redshirt junior Dwayne Allen is NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated tight end for the 2012 draft. He's likely to remain in that position after posting an impressive 27 reps in the bench press Friday and measuring in at a solid 6-3 (6031) and 255 pounds. 

The 27 reps would have tied Allen with Luke Stocker and Charlie Gantt as the position leader in 2011.

Allen talked about his role in Clemson's offense. He was moved around a great deal in their offense, seeing time out wide, in the slot, at the traditional tight end position and playing behind the offensive tackle in a role Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris pegged as the "sniffer" position. 

"Coach Morris told me before the season that in his offense I could become the most versatile tight end in the country," Allen told me.  "In winning the Mackey Award, I think I proved just that."

Allen is planning to participate fully in the Combine, which could help him distance himself from Stanford's Coby Fleener, NFLDraftScout.com's No. 2 rated tight end, who won't be able to workout in Indianapolis due to a high ankle sprain. 

"I decided to just come out here and have fun," Allen said. "A lot of other guys are pulling out because of injuries and other reasons. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I dreamed about coming to the combine and competing, so now that the opportunity is here, nothing is going to hold me back.”
Posted on: February 24, 2012 3:39 pm
 

Dueling 40s? NFL bleeding the "golden goose"

The league's plans to make some of the Combine events a pseudo-competition between players, first reported by The New York Times, has drawn early mixed reviews from team personnel officials.
  
Always interested in making a buck, and in using fan interest as its flimsy rationale, the NFL this year allowed 250 fans to sit in at Lucas Oil Stadium for some events. Admission was free, but the move is seen by some personnel people as a precursor to selling tickets.
  
The league is fueled, of course, by the passion of the fans it charged to view Media Day at the Super Bowl earlier this month, and by the ardent interest in the draft. The league has laid out the potential for making some events, like the bench press and the 40-yard sprint, competitions between the players.
  
In addition to generating some revenues and creating even more interest in the draft, the process would arguably make for more compelling viewing on The NFL Network.
  
But as one AFC general manager told The Sports Xchange on Thursday night: "They're going to bleed the golden goose for everything it's worth. You'd think $10 billion (in revenues) would be plenty, but enough is never enough for some of these guys."
Posted on: February 24, 2012 3:08 pm
 

Luck, Griffin won't throw at Combine

The speculation is over, the top two rated quarterbacks in the 2012 NFL draft won't be throwing passes at the Combine. 

Stanford's Andrew Luck and Baylor's Robert Griffin each made their announcements during today's media session at the Combine. Luck will do every other athletic drill at the Combine other than throw. Griffin will run. Each is saving their throwing session until they can work with their own receivers during their Pro Days. Stanford's Pro Day is March 22. Baylor's was scheduled for the same day until it was changed so that scouts could see both Luck and Griffin throw. 

While scouts would certainly love to see Luck and Griffin choose to throw this week, their decisions to push back their throwing sessions won't impact their draft stock. Highly regarded quarterbacks often choose to wait until their Pro Day workouts. Cam Newton, last year, was a notable exception.

Luck and Griffin III are NFLDraftScout.com's top two rated prospects for the 2012 draft and are projected as the first two picks in my current mock draft.   
Posted on: February 24, 2012 2:36 pm
 

Robert Griffin III charms media at Combine

Perhaps more than any scout is willing to admit, NFL rankings can be swayed by personality -- especially at the quarterback position. 

Of course, accuracy, arm strength, mobility and every other physical trait is of primary importance when grading quarterbacks but teams are also looking for leadership and charisma from the position that typically serves as the "face of the franchise."

In a 15 minute interview session with the media at the Combine Friday, Robert Griffin III teased with precisely these traits. He was as personable, witty, and articulate in person as you may have ever seen him on television. 

Having covered the Scouting Combine for several years, I've watched personality help boost the stock of quarterbacks Jake Locker, Christian Ponder, Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez, among others. Sanchez may have been the most charismatic... until Griffin. 

Griffin's comfort in the spotlight and magnetic personality likely made believers out of some of those in the room who may have doubted him. If as successful in team interviews as he was in front of the media, he'll may be able to do the same with them, as well.       

 
 
 
 
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