INDIANAPOLIS -- While we didn't get Chase Young or K'Lavon Chassion, the defensive linemen and edge rushers took to the field on Saturday night at the 2020 NFL Combine. 

In general, the edge rushers didn't test particularly well, but we did have a few, surprising standpoint performances. 

Edge rusher workouts

PLAYER40 YardVerticalBroadThree Cone
Bradlee Anae4.9331"115"7.44
Nick Coe4.8929"116"DNP
Kendall Coleman4.9532"114"DNP
Carter Coughlin4.5736"126"DNP
Michael Divinity4.8531"115"DNP
A.J. Epenesa5.0532.5"117"7.34
Jonathan Garvin4.8236"125"DNP
Jonathan Greenard4.8730.5113"7.13
Yetur Gross-MatosDNP34"120"DNP
Ladarius Hamilton4.8930"114"7.72
Alex Highsmith4.7033"125"7.32
Trevon Hill4.8928"113"DNP
Anfernee JenningsDNPDNPDNPDNP
Azur Kamara4.5928"121"7.20
Terrell LewisDNP37"124"DNP
Chauncey Rivers4.9730.5106"7.33
Alton Robinson4.6935.5"119"7.32
Qaadir Sheppard4.8931.5"115"DNP
James Smith-Williams4.6032"123"7.35
Jason Strowbridge4.8931"113"7.45
Casey Toohill4.6239"126"7.08
Derrek Tuszka4.7933.5"120"6.87
Curtis WeaverDNP32.5"116"7.00
Kenny Willekes4.8732.5119"7.39
DJ Wonnum 4.7334.5"123"7.25
Jabari Zuniga4.6433"127"DNP

Edge rusher winners

Curtis Weaver, Boise State. Weaver has a unique, compact body for the edge rusher spot at just over 6-foot-2 and 265 pounds, which means his 7.00 time in the three cone was outstanding. Weaver is bendy on film too and uses his hands well at the point of attack.

Derrek Tuszka, North Dakota State. The FCS star had the best workout of any edge rusher with a 6.87 time in the three cone to go along with a solid 33.5-inch vertical and 120-inch broad jump. We now know he definitely has NFL-caliber athleticism for the edge spot and could be on the Day 2 or early Day 3 radar for many teams. 

Casey Toohill, Stanford. Toohill was more explosive at the combine than he looks on film, which will boost his draft stock. His 39-inch vertical was the highest among all edge rushers. His 7.08 in the three-cone indicates he's decently smooth around the corner. 

A.J. Epenesa, Iowa. At 275 pounds, Epenesa ran slowly over 5.00 but had a respectable time of 7.34 in the three-cone drill. However, he didn't do anything to ease the worry about his lack of explosiveness on the edge.

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Edge rusher losers

Bradlee Anae, Utah. No one expected Anae to flourish here at the combine, but he tested like a much larger defensive lineman, and his 7.44 three-cone drill was one of the slowest in the edge-rusher group. Anae wins with tremendous hand usage and power. 

Chauncey Rivers, Mississippi State. Rivers ran 4.97 with a broad jump under nine feet and his 7.32 time in teh three cone doesn't come close to the seven-second threshold. To be fair, he did measure in at 6-2 and 262 pounds. 

Defensive line workouts

PLAYER40 YardVerticalBroadThree Cone
McTelvin Agim4.98DNPDNPDNP
Ross Blacklock4.9029"107"7.77
Derrick Brown5.1627"108"8.22
Josiah Coatney5.2727"99"8.07
Darrion Daniels5.1827"109"7.75
Marlon Davidson5.04DNPDNPDNP
Carlos Davis4.82DNPDNPDNP
Khalil Davis4.75DNPDNPDNP
Raekwon Davis5.1228"111"7.95
Jordan Elliott5.0227.5DNPDNP
Leki Fotu5.15DNPDNPDNP
Neville Gallimore4.79DNPDNP7.97
Davon Hamilton5.1429.5"114"DNP
Benito Jones5.2626.5"DNP8.21
Rashard Lawrence5.07DNPDNP8.03
James Lynch5.0129"111"7.39
Justin Madubuike4.83DNPDNP7.31
Larrell Murchison5.0529"119"7.89
John PenisiniDNP25.5"DNPDNP
Malcolm Roach4.8430"114"DNP
Broderick WashingtonDNPDNPDNPDNP
Raequan Williams5.0425.5"101"DNP
Rob Windsor4.9028.5"111"7.47

Defensive line winners

Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M. Madubuike is noticeably strong on film, but doesn't look like a high-end athlete for the interior defensive line spot. But he ran 4.83 and had a quick 7.31 at 293 pounds will generate early Round 2 buzz for the former Aggie star.

Malcolm Roach, Texas. Roach is a run-stopping specialist in the body of a three technique at 6-2 and 297 pounds. He tested like the latter with a 4.84 in the 40 and a 30-inch vertical to go along with a 114-inch broad jump, which tied for teh second-highest among defensive linemen. 

Khalil Davis, Nebraska. The Huskers' big man running 4.75 at 308 pounds came out of nowhere but definitely dropped some jaws. He does show flashes of tremendous range down the line of scrimmage on film.

Defensive line losers

Derrick Brown, Auburn. Running 5.16 at nearly 6-5 and 326 pounds was impressive. But the rest of the highly touted prospect's workout was below average for someone bound to be an early first-round pick at the defensive tackle position, especially with pass-rush capabilities in mind. The 8.22 three cone was slow.

Benito Jones, Ole Miss. Jones is a nose tackle, but those players have to show some athleticism to get after the passer in the modern day. Jones tested at or near the bottom in most of the drills.