2020 NFL combine: Tee Higgins impressive, Gronk comparisons continue for Cole Kmet as WRs, TEs get measured

INDIANAPOLIS -- The wide receivers and tight ends were among the groups to be measured Monday at the NFL scouting combine. Some of the 2020 NFL Draft's biggest names were literally stacked up next to their competition. Below, fans will find measurements for Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb, Henry Ruggs III and many others. 

We've got you covered with the winners and losers from the day's weigh-in. Here are our takeaways from the wide receiver and tight end weigh-in.

Wide receiver measurements

PLAYERHEIGHTWEIGHT (LBS)ARM LENGTHWINGSPAN
Brandon Aiyuk5-11 5/820533 4/8"80"
Omar Bayless6-0 6/821231 7/8"76 7/8"
Lynn Bowden Jr.5-10 5/820430 7/8"74"
Tony Brown6-0 6/819831 4/8"76"
Lawrence Cager6-4 6/822033 3/8"79 3/8"
Marquez Callaway6-1 2/820532 3/8"78 7/8"
Quintez Cephus6-0 7/820232 1/8"77"
Chase Claypool6-4 2/823832 4/8"80"
Tyrie Cleveland6-2 3/820932 7/8"78"
Isaiah Coulter6-1 7/819831 6/8"75 6/8"
Gabriel Davis6-221632 2/8"77 4/8"
Quartney Davis6-1 2/820131 3/8"75 6/8"
Devin Duvernay5-10 4/820030 5/8"75 2/8"
Bryan Edwards6-2 6/821232 2/8"78 5/8"
Chris Finke5-9 4/818629"69 5/8"
Aaron Fuller5-10 6/818829 6'8"73 2/8"
Antonio Gandy-Golden6-422331 6/8"77"
Antonio Gibson6-0 3/822831 1/8"75 4/8"
Stephen Guidry6-320132 6/8"78 7/8"
KJ Hamler5-8 5/817830 6/8"72 4/8"
Tee Higgins6-3 5/821634 1/8"81"
John Hightower6-1 4/818931 4/8"75 1/8"
K.J. Hill5-11 7/819629 1/8"72 4/8"
Isaiah Hodgins6-3 5/821033 1/8"80 4/8"
Trishton Jackson6-0 6/819732 3/8"77"
Justin Jefferson6-1 2/820233"78"
Van Jefferson6-1 4/820032 6/8"77 1/8"
Jauan Jennings6-3 1/821531 5/8"76 2/8"
Jerry Jeudy6-119332 2/8"76 5/8"
Collin Johnson6-5 5/822231 6/8"78 4/8"
Juwan Johnson6-4 23034 2/8"81 5/8"
Tyler Johnson6-1 3/820630 7/8"75"
CeeDee Lamb6-1 5/819832 2/8"76 5/8"
Kalija Lipscomb5-11 7/820732 7/8"79"
Austin Mack6-1 4/820833 5/8"78 4/8"
Denzel Mims6-2 7/820733 7/8"78 4/8"
Darnell Mooney5-10 1/817630 7/8"74"
K.J. Osborn5-11 4/820331 2/8"75"
Aaron Parker6-1 5/820931 1/8"74 2/8"
Dezmon Patmon6-3 6/822532 6/8"78"
Donovan Peoples-Jones6-1 5/821233 4/8"79 2/8"
Malcolm Perry5-9 4/818629 5/8"71 4/8"
Michael Pittman6-4 22332 4/8"79 2/8"
James Proche5-10 5/820129 6/8"72 5/8"
Jalen Reagor5-10 5/820631 3/8"74 3/8"
Joe Reed6-0 4/822431 1/8"75 3/8"
Kendrick Rogers6-4 2/820833 1/8" 78 7/8"
Henry Ruggs III5-1118830 4/8"74 4/8"
Laviska Shenault Jr.6-0 5/822731 7/8"76 2/8"
Darrell Stewart6-0 2/821232"75 7/8"
Freddie Swain6-0 2/819730 5/8"74 3/8"
Jeff Thomas5-8 7/817030 3/8"73"
Ben Victor6-3 6/819834 1/8"81 4/8"
Quez Watkins6-0 1/818532 7/8"78 7/8"
Cody White6-3 3/821732 4/8"79 2/8"

WR winners

Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State. Aiyuk is one of the smaller receivers in the group listed above but his wingspan was off the charts for his size. He is such an explosive player and his length obviously benefits him.

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Tee Higgins, Clemson. Higgins is one of the bigger wide receivers, but he is not the biggest. His 81-inch wingspan is impressive. It is one reason why he is so comfortable winning down the field. 

Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan. Peoples-Jones is a player who could really improve his stock this week. He is incredibly long and his wingspan is impressive for someone of his size. He should run well later this week as well. 

WR losers

Jerry Jeudy, Alabama. Jeudy should run well later this week, but his measurables were probably the least impressive of the group mentioned above. The Crimson Tide talent uses his footwork and technique downfield to mask any potential deficiencies in comparison to his competition. 

Tight end measurements

PLAYERHEIGHTWEIGHT (LBS)ARM LENGTHWINGSPAN
Devin Asiasi6-325733 2/8"80 1/8"
Jacob Breeland6-4 7/825232 5/8"78 1/8"
Harrison Bryant6-4 6/824330 5/8"74"
Hunter Bryant6-2 2/824832"76 4/8"
Josiah Deguara6-2 3/824231 5/8"75 2/8"
Brycen Hopkins6-3 7/824532 1/8"76"
Dalton Keene6-4 1/825332 2/8"78 6/8"
Cole Kmet6-5 6/826233"79"
Sean McKeon6-524233 4/8"78 6/8"
Thaddeus Moss6-1 7/825031 7/8"78 2/8"
C.J. O'Grady6-3 6/825333 5/8"79 1/8"
Colby Parkinson6-7 2/825233 2/8"78 5/8"
Jared Pinkney6-425730 1/8"79"
Stephen Sullivan6-4 7/824835 3/8"85"
Charlie Taumoepeau6-2 2/824032 2/8"77 7/8"
Adam Trautman6-525532 5/8"78"
Mitchell Wilcox6-3 4/824732 2/8"76 7/8"
Charlie Woerner6-4 5/824431 1/8"76 7/8"
Dom Wood-Anderson6-3 5/826133 1/8"78 7/8"

TE winners

Cole Kmet, Notre Dame. Kmet has drawn some early comparisons to Rob Gronkowski for his size and the way that he plays the game. Monday's weigh-in will not hurt those comparisons. Kmet's measurements were eerily similar to Gronkowski's at the same stage.

Jacob Breeland, Oregon. Breeland looks a little small on film but his weight puts him in the middle of this tight end group, which is good. His range as a pass catcher should catch the eyes of talent evaluators this week.

TE losers

Harrison Bryant, Florida Atlantic. Bryant moves really well for his position but his size may peg him into a certain role. There are questions about whether he will hold up as a blocker. In all honesty, he weighed-in about where he was expected to, but it will not stack up well with the competition.

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