Monday, March 26, 2007

Top Pro Day Results

I like to focus on the players who were “snubbed” by the combine rather than the ones who chose not to work out, so here they are:

The full page of results from Gil Brandt at NFL.com: http://nfl.com/draft/analysis/individual_workouts

NFL Draft Guys also post some results on their site, and you can find a link there under the "Top Draft Sites" part on the right of this page.

You can also go to NFLDraftscout.com and click on the “Numbers” under the Pro Days tab. They also have a “leader board”, which shows the top times in each drill from around the nation.

I get most of the results from NFL.com, but please realize that I don’t just copy and paste everything and re-publish it. After all of the numbers, you’ll find my opinion on each player, along with some statistics.

QUARTERBACKS
Tyler Thigpen, QB/Coastal Carolina: Thigpen (6-1 7/8, 223) was a first-team All-American in NCAA Division I-AA last season, and put up some great stats. He ran the 40 in 4.86 seconds against the wind and 4.73 with the wind. He also ran the short shuttle in 4.44 and the three-cone drill in 7.11. He had a 29-inch vertical jump and an 8-foot-8½ broad jump. He reportedly had a very good workout, and he could surprise some as a late round pick due to his physical talent and productivity.

Jeff Smith, QB/Georgetown (KY): Smith (6-5 1/8, 235) ran the 40-yard dash in 4.95 seconds against the wind and 4.87 with the wind. He ran the short shuttle in 4.24 and the three-cone drill in 6.97. He also had a 29-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-3 broad jump and 17 bench presses. He really impressed me in the all star games he played in, and has the size and skill level to be an excellent developmental type of QB.

Justin Rascati, QB/James Madison: Rascati (6-1 7/8, 222) worked out at Florida's Pro Day. Rascati (6-2¼, 220 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 4.78 and 4.78. He also had a 30½-inch vertical jump, 4.15 short shuttle and 6.89 three-cone drill. He’s a Louisville transfer, and was very productive in D2.

Justin Zwick, QB/Ohio St: Zwick (6-3 3/8, 230) ran 4.77 and 4.78 in the 40. He also notched a 32-inch vertical, a 9-foot-1 broad jump, a 4.42 short shuttle and a 6.97 three-cone drill. Coming out of high school, he was a top recruit, and he won the starting job at one point, but eventually lost it to Troy Smith. He could get a chance similar to the one Matt Cassell (Palmer’s & Leinart’s backup at USC) got with the Patriots, as a late round, developmental type of QB.

Steven Moffett, QB/UCF: Moffett (6-2 5/8, 215 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.87 and 4.88. He also had a 34½-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-10 long jump, 4.69 short shuttle, 7.50 three-cone drill and 15 bench presses. He had an excellent junior campaign in ’05 (22 TDs 9 Ints), but followed it up with a sub par senior season (8 TDs 5 Ints), even getting benched several times. Has the tools, but needs to work on his accuracy, consistency.

Josh Brehm, QB/Alma: Brehm (6-1 5/8, 219) worked out at Michigan's Pro Day. He ran his 40s in 4.99 and 5.10 seconds, his short shuttle in 4.80 and the three-cone drill in 7.61. He also had a 33½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-1 broad jump and 14 bench presses. The Division III star had 30 TD’s and only 3 interceptions last season. He reportedly has set up several individual workouts with NFL teams after throwing very well at his pro day.

Matt Moore, QB/Oregon St: Moore (6-3 3/8, 192 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.92 and 4.92. He also had a 4.46 short shuttle, 7.25 three-cone drill, 8-foot-5 long jump and 26-inch vertical jump. He was a very surprising combine snub. He plays at his best in big games, very experienced and intelligent. Doesn’t have elite tools, but has enough to make it as a backup. Completed 61% of his passes with 18 TD’s and 7 Int’s as a senior.

Sam Hollenbach, QB/Maryland: Hollenbach (6-5 5/8, 217 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.87 and 4.88. He also had a 34½-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-8 long jump, 4.40 short shuttle and 6.94 three-cone drill. Hollenbach has always impressed me with his physical tools, but hasn’t put it all together on the field. He’s big, athletic, and strong armed, but throws way too many interceptions and makes too many bonehead decisions. He threw 15 TD’s and 11 Int’s last year.

Dalton Bell, QB/West Texas A&M: Bell (6-2 1/8, 206) worked out at Texas Tech's Pro Day. He ran one 40 against the wind in 4.76 seconds, and another with the wind in 4.75. He also ran the short shuttle in 4.43 and the three-cone drill in 7.42. In addition, he had a 34-inch vertical jump and an 9-foot-6 broad jump. Bell worked out well, and threw the ball well to Texas Tech's receivers. Bell completed 66% of his passes and had 32 TD’s and 13 Int’s for the Division II Buffaloes.

Drew Tate, QB/Iowa: Tate (5-11¼, 200) ran his 40s in 4.90 and 4.91 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.18 and the three-cone drill in 6.87. He also had a 32-inch vertical jump and a 9-foot-3 broad jump. Early in his career, Tate looked like the next Doug Flutie, but now, he’ll be lucky to get much of a shot in camp. He lacks size and arm strength and doesn’t have the smarts or accuracy to make up for it.

RUNNING BACKS
Marcus O’Keith, RB/California: O'Keith (5-11, 198 pounds), a return specialist and 3rd string RB, ran his 40s in 4.45 and 4.46. He also had a 35-inch vertical jump, 10-foot long jump, 4.33 short shuttle, 7.09 three-cone drill and 19 bench presses. He didn’t get much playing time last season, behind Marshawn Lynch and Justin Forsett.

D.D. Terry, RB/Sam Houston St: Until August 2006, Terry (6-0 5/8, 196) was a LB/DB for most of his career. He rushed for 1,328 yards and 15 touchdowns (including a long run of 74 yards), and he caught 22 passes for 237 yards and one touchdown, in only ten games. At his pro day, he performed drills with the running backs and the defensive backs. He ran 4.40 and 4.42 in the 40, had a vertical jump of 38½ inches, a 10-foot-1 broad jump and 12 strength lifts. He now has an excellent shot to get a late look as a developmental player and special teamer, thanks to his tremendous athletic ability.

Justin Vincent, RB/LSU: Vincent (5-10 3/8, 219) ran his 40s in 4.66 and 4.65 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.49 and the three-cone drill in 7.09. He also had a 29½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-1 broad jump and 16 bench presses. As a freshman, he was the MVP of the National Championship against OU, but his career went way downhill from there. He suffered through several nagging injuries, put on some weight and lost a little speed and quickness. If he can get back to his old form, he’ll make an NFL team.

Germaine Race, RB/Pittsburg St: Race (5-9 7/8, 218) -- who worked out at the University of Kansas -- ran his 40s in 4.65 and 4.67 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.28 and the three-cone drill in 7.00. He also had a 34-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-10 broad jump and 16 bench presses. His quickness numbers here surprise me, as he’s more of a straight lined, north-south kind of runner. Runs through arm tackles and could be a very good goal line back.

Clifton Dawson, RB/Harvard: Dawson (5-9 5/8, 212) ran his 40s in 4.54 and 4.57 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.16 and the three-cone drill in 7.09. He also had a 38-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-4 broad jump and 18 bench presses. He was very productive at Harvard, and could be a solid change of pace type back, but lacks ideal size and power.

Stefan Logan, RB/: Logan (5-6½, 177), worked out at Miami's Pro Day. Last season, he finished 6th in the Harlon Hill Trophy voting (the Heisman Trophy for NCAA Division II) after rushing for 1,707 yards on 7.2 yards per carry. He ran his 40s in 4.50 and 4.56 seconds. He ran the short shuttle in 4.32, the three-cone drill in 6.84, had a 38½-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot-1 broad jump and 11 bench presses. A guy his size will have a hard time making it at RB in the NFL, but could be a solid return man, thanks to his quickness, speed, and playmaking ability.

Tre Smith, RB/Auburn: Smith (5-9 1/8 193 pounds) ran a 4.50 forty, had 9 bench reps, a 37” vertical, and a 10’0” broad jump. His 3-cone and short shuttle times were what really stood out, at 6.72 and 3.96, they would have been near the top at the combine. He could contribute somewhere as a return man, special teamer, or maybe even as a utility back. Before Kenny Irons’ breakout in ’05, Smith actually started 2 games for the Tigers.

Jackie Battle, RB/Houston: Battle (6-2, 235 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.42 and 4.43. He also had a 41-inch vertical jump, 10-foot-11 long jump, 4.11 short shuttle, 6.51 three-cone drill and 19 bench presses. I’ve had him listed as a “sleeper” all season, but I think I’ll have to take him off that list. This workout puts him into the early 2nd day range, and possibly even higher. He’s a versatile player with a high ceiling, excellent athlete.

Curtis Brown, RB/BYU: Brown (5-11 5/8 208 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.69 and 4.83. He also had a 36-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-7 long jump, 4.30 short shuttle, 6.96 three-cone drill and 16 bench presses. Brown will probably get a call after the draft, as the numbers he put up here weren’t particularly impressive, but he did have a very productive career at BYU. Excellent receiver out of the backfield, could land somewhere as a change of pace, 3rd down back.

FULLBACKS
Brad Lau, FB/Boise St: Lau (5-11 5/8 237 pounds) ran a 4.83 forty, had 18 bench reps, a 30.5” vertical, and a 9’2” broad jump. He also had a 4.28 shuttle time and a 3-cone time of 7.17. His ten yard time of 1.59 was very good for him, and that shows explosiveness. He never really got many chances at Boise, but really impressed me in the Hula Bowl, with 6 carries for 36 yards. The numbers he posted here aren’t that impressive, but he has the overall skill set to possibly make a team.

Stan White Jr, FB/Ohio St: White Jr. (6-0 ½, 252) ran 4.85 and 4.77 in the 40. He also notched a 39 ½-inch vertical, a 9-foot-4 broad jump, a 4.18 short shuttle and a 7.20 three-cone drill. His dad was a linebacker for the Baltimore Colts for many years. He’s an old school, blocking type of FB, but the numbers he put up were closer to that of a RB, with the exception of his 40 times.

Jesse Allen, FB/Virginia Tech: Allen (6-0 3/8, 248 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.84 and 4.84. He also had a 28½-inch vertical jump, 8-foot-9 long jump, 4.27 short shuttle, 7.28 three-cone drill and 28 bench presses. Allen is a hard nosed blocking FB, and could make a team even if he goes Undrafted.

Dave Herron, FB/Michigan St: Herron (6-1 239) ran a 4.67 forty, had 19 bench reps, a 34.5” vert, and a 10’2” broad jump. These numbers are very impressive for a FB, and he even played some LB for Michigan St. Blocked for Mo Clarett in high school.

WIDE RECEIVERS
Brad Ekwerekwu, WR/Missouri: Ekwerekwu (6-3 5/8, 209) ran his 40s in 4.48 and 4.47 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.02 and the three-cone drill in 6.78. He had a 37½-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot-6 broad jump and 17 bench presses. This was a guy that many thought wouldn’t break 4.60, but with his size and this kind of workout, he now has an excellent shot of getting drafted.

John Broussard, WR/San Jose St: Broussard (6-0 5/8, 176) ran two 40s, notching a 4.38 and 4.39. He had a vertical jump of 40 inches, a 10-foot-8 broad jump, a 4.09 short shuttle, and 12 bench presses. He’s a speedy, vertical threat, but lacks ideal size and strength, won’t go over the middle.

Dominique Zeigler, WR/Baylor: Zeigler (6-2, 181) ran 4.55 and 4.60 in the 40-yard dash. He had a 34½-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot broad jump, ran 4.42 in the short shuttle and 7.18 in the cone drill. Even though his numbers here don’t exactly stand out, put in the tape and he impresses. He has some of the top hands in the class, and has underrated speed/quickness, enough to get good separation, anyways.

Carl Berman, WR/Indiana St: Berman (5-9 1/8, 166) worked out at the Notre Dame pro day. He ran two 40s in 4.29 and 4.35 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.26 and the three-cone drill in 6.81. He also had a 38½-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot-9 broad jump and 14 bench presses.

Chad Schroeder, WR/Texas A&M: Schroeder (6-0 7/8 182 pounds) ran 4.49 and 4.51 in the 40-yard dash. He also had a 35-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-4 broad jump, 11 strength lifts, 4.09 in the short shuttle and 6.84 in the three-cone drill. He’s an underrated athlete that might not have the size or other measurables to get drafted, but could make a team in training camp.

Roy Hall, WR/Ohio St: Hall (6-2, 229) ran 4.41 and 4.42 in the 40. He also notched a 37 ½-inch vertical, a 10-foot-3 broad jump, a 4.13 short shuttle, a 6.65 three-cone drill and 19 bench presses. He really impressed me at the Hula Bowl with his size/strength/athleticism, and this workout should get him drafted, in my opinion. I thought about putting him in my sleeper article a couple weeks ago, as an H-Back, but this was when I thought he ran a 4.70 forty. He’s always been a very good player, but he’s been stuck behind two even better players at OSU over his career.

Brandon Myles, WR/West Virginia: Myles (6-1, 189) ran his 40s in 4.41 and 4.44 seconds. He also recorded a 35 ½-inch vertical, a 10-foot-11 broad, a 4.31 short shuttle and a 6.98 three-cone drill. Why he didn’t get invited to the combine is a mystery to me. He impressed many at the Senior Bowl, and has no major weaknesses, but still failed to be one of the 300+ players invited. This workout should get him several looks on the first day, and he looks like he’ll be the first non-combine player drafted.

Brandon London, WR/Massachusetts: London (6-4 ½, 215) ran the 40 in 4.61 and 4.54 seconds. He also notched a 31-inch vertical, a 9-foot-11 broad jump, a 4.37 short shuttle and a 6.75 three-cone drill. He reportedly posted even better times in another workout, but these are very good for a guy his size and he should get some looks late on day 2. He had 50 receptions for 781 yards and 9 touchdowns last season, including a 7 catch, 4 TD day against Towson.

Vincent Marshall, WR/Houston: Marshall (5-7 3/8, 165 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.36 and 4.38. He also had a 36-inch vertical jump, 10-foot long jump, 4.14 short shuttle, 6.77 three-cone drill and 11 bench presses. Marshall could be a very good kick returner, but lacks ideal size and strength at receiver. His speed and quickness combination is very rare. Over 4 seasons at Houston, he never posted below 800 yards or 5 TD’s receiving.

Biren Ealy, WR/Houston: Ealy (6-2 5/8, 207 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.50 and 4.54. He also had a 37 ½-inch vertical jump, 11-foot-1 long jump, 4.20 short shuttle, 7.11 three-cone drill and 12 bench presses. The Arizona transfer was pretty impressive in his first and only season as a Cougar, posting 34 catches and 6 touchdowns. He’s currently listed on my “Top Sleepers” list and could really make an impact with his blend of size, speed, and soft hands.

Aaron Brown, WR/New Hampshire: Brown (6-2 ¾, 212 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.53 and 4.56. He also had a 36 ½-inch vertical jump, 10-foot-7 long jump, 4.01 short shuttle, 7.00 three-cone drill and 14 bench presses.

Eric Deslauriers, WR/E Michigan: Deslauriers (6-4 209) ran a 4.50 forty, had a 35.5” vert, and a 9’8” broad jump. He ran the short shuttle in 4.18 and had a very impressive 3-cone time of 6.60. If the NFL doesn’t work out for him, he could always play in his native land Canada. These times he posted are much better than many thought they would be, but he doesn’t really appear that athletic on film. His size and hands are very good, though, and some team may end up taking a chance on him late.

Prince Prempeh, WR/Marist: Prempeh (6-3 2/8 185) ran a 4.50 forty, had a 35.5” vertical, a 10’4” broad jump, and a 7.20 3-cone drill. He has potential as a long armed, deceptively fast deep threat that can win jump balls. He wasn’t as productive as he should’ve been, but impressed in the East Coast Bowl.

Ean Randolph, WR/USF: Randolph (5-8 5/8 175) ran a 4.53 forty, had 11 reps, 35.5 vertical, 9’9” broad jump, a 4.11 short shuttle, and a 6.80 3-cone time. He was an excellent punt returner over his career (had a 14.8 avg and 1 TD) and also led the Bulls with 49 receptions and 506 receiving yards. What he lacks in size, he makes up for with explosiveness and speed.

Kerry Reed, WR/Michigan St: Reed (6-1 7/8 200) ran a 4.49, had a 38” vertical jump, a 10’5” broad jump, ran a 4.31 short shuttle, and a 6.72 3-cone drill. Was a 2 time all conference selection at Coffeyville CC, then went on to lead the Spartans with 64 catches, 775 yards, and 5 receiving TD’s this season.

TIGHT ENDS
Chris DeSpain, ?/Nebraska-Omaha: DeSpain (6-6¾, 279) ran his 40s in 4.84 and 4.85 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.82 and the three-cone drill in 7.40. He also had a 33½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-10 broad jump and 23 bench presses. He used to be a basketball player and has 33-inch arms. NFL.com has him listed as a LB, but with this kind of size/athleticism, I think he’ll end up at TE.

Rudy Sylvan, TE/Ohio: Sylvan (6-3 3/8, 282) ran the 40 in 4.82 and 4.77 seconds. He also notched a 34 ½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-8 broad, a 4.78 short shuttle and 33 bench presses. I’ve seen things about him being a possible OT, but I think he’s got the athleticism to be a blocking TE in the mold of KC’s Jason Dunn.

Zac Herold, TE/Nebraska-Omaha: Herold (6-4 5/8, 253) ran 4.85 and 4.89 in the 40 and had a 32-inch vertical, a 9-foot-5 broad jump, a 4.52 short shuttle, a 7.37 three-cone drill and 14 bench presses. Scouts in attendance were reportedly impressed with him. The numbers he put up weren’t great, but they were all right.

Tyler Ecker, TE/Michigan: Ecker (6-6 1/8, 246) ran his 40s in 4.92 and 4.90 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.40 and the three-cone drill in 7.06. He also had a 33½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-3 broad jump and 17 bench presses. He made my list of “Combine Snubs” after a solid, but not spectacular career at Michigan.

Jake Nordin, TE/Northern Illinois: Nordin (6-3 3/8 250) ran a 4.93 forty, had 26 reps, a 30.5” vert, and an 8’10” broad jump. He also ran the shuttle in 4.64, and the 3-cone in 7.58. He’s an old school, blocking type of TE with sure hands, but lacks speed and overall athleticism. Was productive in college.


OFFENSIVE TACKLES
Nello Faulk, OT/FAU: Faulk (6-6 5/8 292) ran a 5.11 forty, had 22 bench reps, a 29” vertical jump, and a 9’0” broad jump. He also posted a 4.62 short shuttle and a 7.65 3-cone time. I’ve always been a huge fan of Faulk, and this workout just reinforced my opinion. Weighing in at 292 pounds is a huge plus for him, as he’s been listed at 270 his entire career at FAU. For more information and analysis on him, look at my Top Sleepers article.

Jermon Bushrod, OT/Towson: Bushrod (6-4½, 315) ran his 40s in 4.92 and 4.97 seconds and the short shuttle in 4.72. He also had a 30½-inch vertical jump, an 8-foot-6 broad jump and did 22 lifts. His arms are 34½ inches, which are very long for a guy his size. He has ideal athleticism, but needs to add a little strength and work on his technique. Could move inside to OG.

Jacob Bender, OT/Nicholls St: Bender (6-6 3/8, 316 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 5.18 with the wind and 5.26 against it. He also had a 25-inch vertical jump, 8-foot-7 long jump, 4.60 short shuttle, 7.84 three-cone drill and 27 bench presses. Many scouts think he’s a sleeper, and he’s been compared to the Eagle’s Todd Herremans, who recently got his contract renewed.

Jason Capizzi, OT/IUP: Capizzi (6-9, 324 pounds) ran his 40-yard dash in 5.22 and 5.23. He also had a 22-inch vertical jump, 4.80 short shuttle, 7.77 three-cone drills and 26 bench presses. He had 34-inch arms and 11¼-inch hands. He’s simply massive, and is strong enough to be in the NFL right now. I don’t know if he has the overall athleticism to make it.

Eddie Keele, OT/BYU: Keele (6-5 1/8, 303 pounds) was limited in his workout because of a recent ACL injury. He ran one 40 downhill in 5.13. He also had a 4.27 short shuttle, 7.90 three-cone drill and 43 bench presses, which would have been tops at the combine. He could move inside to guard, and has experience there, but his age limits his upside.

OFFENSIVE GUARDS
Derrick Markray, OG/Bowling Green: Markray (6-3 3/8, 350) ran his 40s in 5.63 and 5.65 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.89 and the three-cone drill in 8.09. He had a 25-inch vertical jump, an 8-foot-1 broad jump and 27 lifts. He is a mauler with great size and overall strength, but might not have the athleticism to make it in the NFL.

T.J. Downing, OG/Ohio St: Downing (6-4 ¼, 298) ran 5.19 and 5.29 in the 40. He also notched a 28 ½-inch vertical, a 9-foot broad jump, a 4.63 short shuttle, a 7.81 three-cone drill and 31 bench presses. His father was a longtime NFL player with the San Francisco 49ers. He’s been one of my main sleeper picks for a while now, and these measurables should only enhance his chances of making it.

Rueben Riley, OL/Michigan: Riley (6-3 3/8, 305) ran his 40s in 5.15 and 5.19 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.97 and the three-cone drill in 7.99. He also had a 25½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-10 broad jump and 36 bench presses. I’ve had him listed as a center on my All-Sleeper Team for a while now, but I think he’ll end up at guard in the NFL. His versatility should only help his case, though.

Kyle Cook, OG/Michigan St: Cook (6-3½, 291) was timed in the 40 in 5.29 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.51 and the three-cone drill in 7.56. He also had a 28-inch vertical jump, an 8-foot-5 broad jump and 40 bench presses. I don’t know much about him, but these are some pretty impressive numbers.

Jake Kuresa, OG/BYU: Kuresa (6-3 5/8, 322 pounds) ran his 40s in 5.14 and 5.35. He also had a 30-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-1 long jump and 35 bench presses. Showing up at 322 pounds is a big plus for Kuresa, as one of the main questions about him has been his frequently ballooning weight. He has all the tools to start in the NFL.

Tucker Peterson, OG/New Hampshire: Peterson (6-2 1/8, 297 pounds) ran his 40s in 5.05 and 5.09. He also had a 35-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-7 long jump, 4.37 short shuttle and a 7.29 three-cone drill. He’s very athletic and could fit in with a zone blocking scheme like the Falcons or Broncos.

Steve Vallos, OL/Wake Forest: Vallos (6-2 7/8, 305 pounds) ran his 40s in 5.21 and 5.12. He also had a 26-inch vertical jump, 8-foot-10 long jump, 4.61 short shuttle, 7.73 three-cone drill and 32 bench presses. Vallos is very experienced and versatile, mainly played OT in college. Not the most physically gifted of players, but gets by with his smarts.

CENTERS
Kyle Young, C/Fresno St: Young (6-5, 354) ran the 40 in 5.58 and 5.64 seconds. He also notched a 25-inch vertical jump, a 7-foot-5 broad jump, a 5.07 short shuttle, an 8.40 three-cone drill and 23 bench presses. After not receiving a combine invite, Young didn’t make the most of this chance, and showed up looking a bit out of shape. All of these numbers would have been toward the bottom of the offensive linemen at the combine (other than his weight).

DEFENSIVE ENDS
Jason Trusnik, DE/OLB/Ohio Northern: Trusnik (6-3½, 249) ran both of his 40s in 4.67, the short shuttle in 4.17 and the three-cone drill in 6.78. He had a 35-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-11 broad jump and 18 bench presses. He played in the Texas vs. the Nation game, and registered 6 tackles and ½ sacks. His brother Lenny, who was a junior, lead the Polar Bears in tackles with 89, and he lead them in TFL’s and sacks, with 19.5 and 11.0.

Darius Sanders, DE/Oregon: Sanders (6-4 ¼, 273) ran the 40 in 4.87 and 4.88 seconds. He also notched a 26 ½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-1 broad jump, a 4.60 short shuttle and a 7.65 three-cone drill. He has a lot of the tools to be a very good pass rusher, but hasn’t really put them together yet. This was a bit of a disappointing workout for him.

Greg Peterson, DE/NC Central: Peterson (6-5 286) ran two forties, each at 4.73. He also had 21 bench presses, an 8’11” broad jump, a 32.5” vertical, a 4.51 short shuttle, and a 7.84 3-cone drill. He led his team with 19.5 TFL and 7.5 sacks last season, and a workout like this should definitely help him.

Marquise Gunn, DE/Auburn: Gunn (6-3 5/8, 266) ran his 40s in 4.81 and 4.84 seconds, and the three-cone drill in 7.46. He also had a 31½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-6 broad jump and 26 bench presses. He excels vs. the run, and has ideal strength, but might need to add some bulk. Not the most athletic guy around, average as a pass rusher, had 4 sacks this year.

J.J. Milan, DE/Nevada: Milan (6-4 5/8, 269 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.90 and 5.15. He also had a 33-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-10 long jump, 4.34 short shuttle, 7.00 three-cone drill and 26 bench presses. Led the Wolf Pack with 9 sacks last year, was thought of as a 3-4 OLB by many, but I think he has the size/strength to stay at end. Four year starter has been injured frequently in college, but he can flat out play.

Larry McSwain, DE/LB/UAB: McSwain (6-0 ¼, 242 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.72 and 4.74. He also had a 33 ½-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-8 long jump, 4.59 short shuttle, 7.34 three-cone drill and 22 bench presses. A move to OLB is definitely possible, as he has ideal pass rushing skills and athleticism to play in the 3-4. Had a top sophomore campaign, with 18 TFL and 13 sacks, but dropped off in his junior and senior seasons, posting 14.5 TFL and 10 sacks combined.

Mike DeVito, DE/DT/Maine: DeVito (6-3 3/8, 295 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.87 and 4.97. He also had a 33-inch vertical jump, 9-foot long jump, 4.53 short shuttle, 7.50 three-cone drill and 31 bench presses. He definitely put up some impressive numbers for a guy his size, and with the shortage of 3-4 Defensive Ends, he could get a call on day 2. He had 10.5 TFL and 7 sacks this past season.

Matt King, DE/LB/Maine: King (6-2 ½, 257 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.69 and 4.77. He also had a 34 ½-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-10 long jump, 4.56 short shuttle, 7.06 three-cone drill and 19 bench presses. King has excellent pass rush ability, and could probably move outside and be a 3-4 LB. He finished last season with 18 TFL and 11.5 sacks.

Derrick Jones, DE/GVSU: Jones (6-3 7/8 282) ran a 4.74 forty, had 24 reps, a 31” vertical, and a 9’11” broad jump. He also ran the short shuttle in 4.55 and the 3-cone drill in 7.34. His size and athleticism give him a lot of potential, and he led the Lakers with 17.5 TFL and 9.5 sacks last season.

DEFENSIVE TACKLES
J.P. Bekasiak, DT/Toledo: Bekasiak (6-6, 296) ran 5.09 and 5.12 in the 40. He also had a 27-inch vertical jump, an 8-foot-9 broad jump, 4.53 short shuttle a 7.81 cone, and 32 bench reps. He was invited to the CFL scouting combine, and can also play DE in the 3-4.

Ramel Meekins, DT/Rutgers: Meekins (5-11, 284) ran the 40 in 5.07 and 5.19 seconds. He also had a 26-inch vertical jump, an 8-foot-4 broad jump, a 4.60 short shuttle, a 7.71 three-cone drill and 30 bench presses. He’s very undersized for a DT, but plays very aggressive and strong. He had 68 tackles, 13 TFL, and 8 sacks for Rutgers last year, great stats for a DT. Would be a top prospect if he were several inches taller.

Kelly Talavou, DT/Utah: Talavou (6-1¾, 329) ran his 40s in 5.29 and 5.35 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.75 and the three-cone drill in 8.07. He also had a 30-inch vertical jump, an 8-foot-3 broad jump and 29 bench presses. He’s a very solid all around player, and put up better statistics in college than highly touted teammate Paul Soliai. Excels vs. the run, could be a NT.

Daniel Muir, DT/Kent St: Muir (6-1 7/8, 303) ran his 40s in 4.90 and 4.95 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.59 and the three-cone drill in 7.39. He also had a 29½-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-7 broad jump and 37 bench presses. This was an excellent workout for him, and he was previously though of an undersized DT, but measured in 18 pounds heavier than his listed weight and still showed great athleticism. Very active inside, had 11 TFL this past season.

Conrad Bolston, DT/Maryland: Bolston (6-3 5/8, 300 pounds) ran his 40s in 5.28 and 5.28. He also had a 30-inch vertical jump, 8-foot-6 long jump, 4.64 short shuttle and 7.63 three-cone drill and 30 bench presses. Had 35 tackles, 3.5 TFL, and 1.5 sacks last year. Mainly a strong, run plugging DT, but can collapse the pocke on occasion. Not a very talented pass rusher.

Marquay Love, NT/Houston: Love (6-0 3/8, 307 pounds) ran his 40s in 5.10 and 5.12. He also had a 31-inch vertical jump, 8-foot-7 long jump, 4.58 short shuttle, 7.53 three-cone drill and 28 bench presses. I think he has excellent potential as a NT, extremely hard to move, had 53 tackles and 11 TFL last season. Lacks ideal height and wears down late in games, but can really stuff the run.

Trey Lewis, DT/Washburn: Lewis (6-2 7/8, 318) ran his 40s in 5.14 and 5.15 seconds. He also had a 30½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot broad jump and 21 bench presses. He was impressive at the Texas vs. the Nation game and has excellent athleticism for a guy his size. Doesn’t play as big as he is. Had 62 tackles, 10 TFL, and 4 sacks for the Ichabods last season.

Joe Anoai, DL/Georgia Tech: Anoai (6-2 5/8 303) ran a 4.91 forty, had a 34” vertical, a 9’5” broad jump, and a 7.29 3-cone drill. Measuring in at 303 pounds was key to him, as it shows that he has the size to play DT. His 10 yard split was 1.61, which is excellent for a 300+ pound guy. He has always impressed me with his effort and strength, and made my list of Combine Snubs. Playing DE and DT as a senior, he had 9 TFL and 4.5 sacks.

Zach West, DT/UTEP: West (6-4 3/8 302) ran a 5.00 forty, had 28 bench reps, a 26” vertical, 8’8” broad jump, a 4.53 short shuttle, and a 7.46 3-cone. He was 2nd on UTEP with 7 TFL last season. He has the size/strength to hold vs. the run, but can also use his athleticism to penetrate into the backfield.

LINEBACKERS
Dedrick Harrington, MLB/Missouri: Harrington (6-3 1/8, 248) ran his 40s in 4.68 and 4.72 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.28 and the three-cone drill in 6.90. He had a 35-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-11 broad jump and 26 bench presses. He has great size and strong vs. the run, but struggles in coverage. Put up some very surprising numbers here.

Matt Muncy, LB/Ohio: Muncy (6-0 5/8, 242) ran the 40 in 4.58 and 4.67 seconds. He also notched a 37-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-8 broad jump, a 4.22 short shuttle, a 7.18 three-cone drill and 26 bench presses. All of those would have been near the top of the LB group at the combine, and he was very productive at each LB spot in college. He was a good RB in high school, and you can tell he has kept that kind of athleticism by his overall workout.

Mark Zalewski, LB/Wisconsin: Zalewski (6-1 5/8, 232) ran his 40s in 4.80 and 4.81 seconds. He also ran the short shuttle in 4.48 seconds and the three-cone drill in 7.41. He had a 33 ½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-9 broad jump and 19 bench presses. The numbers put up here aren’t the greatest, but they’re solid, and he has the tools to make it in the NFL.

Devraun Thompson, LB/Rutgers: Thompson (5-10 3/8 225) ran the 40 in 4.86 and 4.86 seconds. He also had a 36-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-4 broad jump, a 4.22 short shuttle a 7.12 three-cone drill and 22 bench presses. This is one of the most underrated players in the draft, and could really help someone on special teams, at the least. Led Rutgers with 83 tackles last year.

Kevin “Boo” McLee, LB/West Virginia: McLee (6-1 ¼, 244) ran his 40s in 4.97 and 4.99 seconds. He also recorded a 34 ½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-3 broad jump, a 4.54 short shuttle, a 7.08 three-cone drill and 15 bench presses. This was a player that I felt should’ve been invited to the combine after a pretty good Senior Bowl performance, but running near a 5.0 forty is not going to help his chances of getting drafted.

Johnny Baldwin, Alabama A&M: Baldwin (6-1 232) ran a 4.59 forty, benched 225 28 times, had a 38” vertical, a 10’4” broad jump, a 4.32 short shuttle, and a 6.91 3-cone drill according to his team’s official site. His productivity at the D-1AA level was great, leading his team in tackles for his final 2 years, but his athleticism and actual size have been questioned. This kind of workout should definitely help him get some looks on day 2.

Will Herring, LB/S/ Auburn: Herring (6-2 5/8 229) ran times of 4.57 and 4.58 in the forty, a 3.99 short shuttle, and a 6.56 3-cone drill. He also had a 35” vertical, 10’5” broad jump, and repped 225 18 times. He might be moved to safety in the NFL, due to his lack of ideal size and strength, and this workout should definitely help his stock. His shuttle and cone drill times would have topped the entire LB group at the combine.

Clint Session, LB/Pittsburgh: Session (5-11, 236) ran the 40 in 4.57 and 4.57 seconds. He also notched a 30 ½-inch vertical, a 9-foot-6 broad jump, a 4.15 short shuttle and 36 bench presses. He injured his hamstring and didn't run the three-cone drill. He was second on the Panthers with 101 tackles and 12 TFL. Also led the team with 5 forced fumbles. Lacks ideal size, but this kind of workout should get him some looks.

Charleston Hughes, LB/Northwood: Hughes (6-0 1/8, 230) worked out at Michigan's Pro Day. He ran his 40s in 4.54 and 4.60 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.43 and the three-cone drill in 6.93. He also had a 34-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot broad jump and 25 bench presses. He led the Division II Timberwolves with 103 tackles, 12 TFL, and also had 2 interceptions. He excels in coverage and is very athletic, but lacks ideal size and overall strength. Could help on special teams.

David Holloway, OLB/Marylnd: Holloway (6-1 5/8, 229 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.72 and 4.78. He also had a 37-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-9 long jump, 4.25 short shuttle, 7.13 three-cone drill and 32 bench presses. Was third on the Terps with 70 tackles last season.

Ameer Ismail, LB/Western Michigan: Ismail (6-0 7/8, 232) ran his 40s in 4.89 and 4.87 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.42 and the three-cone drill in 7.42. He also had a 33½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-10 broad jump and 22 bench presses. He led the Broncos with 90 tackles and led all of the NCAA with 25.5 TFL and 17 sacks. He doesn’t have ideal size or athleticism, but he can play.

Brock Stratton, LB/Texas Tech: Stratton (5-11 2/8 232 pounds) ran a 4.67 forty and had 33 bench reps. He led the Red Raiders in tackles last season, with 88, then decided to come out early. I doubt he’ll get drafted, but could make an impact on special teams for someone. He’ll be a 26 year old rookie, after going on a Mormon mission coming out of high school. Had 95 tackles as a freshman, and made several Freshman All-American teams.

Aaron Cotteral, OLB/Lenoir-Rhyne: Cotteral (6-0 5/8 226) ran a 4.50 forty, had 25 bench reps, a 31.5” vertical jump, a 9’8” broad jump, and times of 4.54 and 7.24 in the short shuttle and 3-cone drill. He led the Bears with 18 TFL and 6.5 sacks last season. He has already bypassed a contract offer from the Orlando Predators of the AFL, according to his school’s website.

Ramon Guzman, OLB/Buffalo: Guzman (6-2 1/8 232) ran a 4.60 forty, had 16 bench reps, 32.5” vertical, 10’3” broad jump, a 4.28 short shuttle, and a 6.85 3-cone drill. Though he didn’t even lead his team in tackles last season, Guzman has garnered a lot of interest and several individual workouts from teams around the league thanks to his performance at his pro day.

Cameron Siskowic, LB/Illinois St: Siskowic (6-1 6/8 228) ran a 4.65 forty, had 20 bench reps, a 34.5” vertical, 9’7” broad jump, a 4.51 short shuttle, and a 7.08 3-cone drill. He’s been on the scouting radar for a long time now, and really impressed in the Texas vs. the Nation game with 13 tackles. He had 154 tackles last season, 132 his junior year, and 92 as a sophomore.

CORNERBACKS
Courtney Brown, CB/Cal-Poly SLO: The Cal-Poly SLO product worked out at San Jose as part of their pro day and he really stood out with great numbers. He originally started school there as a wide receiver and was moved to DB in 2004. Brown (6-1 3/8, 200) ran two 40s, notching a 4.35 and 4.32. He had a vertical jump of 41 ½ inches, a 10-foot-11 broad jump, a 4.07 short shuttle, a 7.10 three-cone and 15 bench presses.

Mike Richardson, CB/Notre Dame: Richardson (5-10¾, 188 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.48 and 4.50. He also had a 36-inch vertical jump, 10-foot-7 broad jump, 4.05 short shuttle and 6.27 three-cone drill, which would have been the best time at the combine by .23 seconds.

Willie Byrd, CB/Miles College: Byrd (6-3 197 pounds) ran 4.39, 4.41, and 4.56 forties, then went on to post a 41.5” vertical and 10’4” broad jump. The most impressive number of his workout might be his 3-cone time of 6.72. That is great for such a big CB, and don’t be surprised to see somebody spend a late round pick on this guy because of his potential.

Derrick Roberson, CB/Rutgers: Roberson (5-9, 182) ran the 40 in 4.41 and 4.42 seconds. He also had a 42 ½-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot-11 broad jump, a 4.14 short shuttle, a 6.87 three-cone drill and 18 bench presses. He struggled with some injuries over his career at Rutgers, but I think he has the tools to be an excellent nickel back, that can cover smaller, quicker WR’s, and the numbers he put up here definitely helped.

Roderick Rogers, CB/Wisconsin: Rogers (6-0 7/8, 189) ran his 40s in 4.47 and 4.50 seconds. He also ran the short shuttle in 4.25 seconds and the three-cone drill in 7.05. He had a 35 ½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-9 broad jump and 14 bench presses. He has ideal size and athleticism for a corner.

Usama Young, CB/Kent St: Young (5-11, 196) ran the 40 in 4.39 and 4.40 seconds. He also notched a 43-inch vertical, a 10-foot-11 broad, a 4.31 short shuttle, a 6.65 three-cone drill and 15 bench presses. I’ve heard about people talk about him as a “sleeper” guy before, but I don’t know if he can be considered that anymore. All of these times would have been near the top, if not the top (both jumps), numbers for a CB.

John Talley, CB/Duke: Talley (5-11, 173 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 4.61 and 4.61. He also had a 32½-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-11 long jump, 4.43 short shuttle, 6.77 three-cone drill and nine strength lifts. This wasn’t a great workout for him, but his productive career at Duke should at least get him a call after the draft and maybe even late on day 2.

Calvin Bannister, CB/Hampton: Bannister (5-7½, 181 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.43 and 4.44. He also had a 39½-inch vertical jump, 10-foot-2 long jump, 4.07 short shuttle, 7.21 three-cone drill and 23 bench presses.

Joe Garcia, CB/Nevada: Garcia (5-11 3/8, 176 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.48 and 4.53. He also had a 35-inch vertical jump, 9-foot-7 long jump, 4.18 short shuttle, 7.12 three-cone drill and 12 bench presses. He’s very physical for his size, and can hold his own against bigger receivers. Lacks ideal catch up speed and strength.

Darius Vinnett, CB/Arkansas: Vinnett (5-7 7/8, 170) ran the 40-yard dash in 4.29 and 4.30 seconds. He also had a 39-inch vertical jump, an 11-foot broad jump, a 4.07 short shuttle, a 6.94 three-cone drill and 17 bench presses. He has excellent speed and cover skills, but is extremely small and injury prone.

Larry Anam, DB/Boston College: Anam (5-11 3/8, 190 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.37 and 4.40. He also had a 39 ½-inch vertical jump, 10-foot-11 long jump, 4.19 short shuttle, 6.89 three-cone drill and 12 bench presses. Has top-notch athleticism, but hasn’t put it all together on the field.

Tra Battle, DB/Georgia: Battle (5-11, 173 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.50 and 4.62. He also had a 36-inch vertical jump, 10-foot long jump, 4.11 short shuttle, 6.87 three-cone drill and 9 bench presses. He can really hit for such a little guy, and put up some pretty impressive numbers here.

Greg Fassitt, CB/Grambling St: Fassitt (5-11 5/8 189 pounds) ran a 4.36 forty, 6.98 3-cone, and 4.12 short shuttle. He also posted 16 bench reps, and had a vertical of 39” and a broad jump of 10’8”. He led Grambling last season with 13 passes broken up, and was second on the team with 3 interceptions. This kind of workout might move him into the draft.

Geoff Pope, CB/Howard: Pope (5-11 5/8 186 pounds) ran a 4.29 forty, had 15 bench reps, a 35” vertical, and a 9’11” broad jump. His shuttle time was 4.17, and he had a 3-cone time of 7.13. The most impressive number, however, was his 10 yard split of 1.43, which would have tied for tops at the combine with Eric Weddle and Aundrae Allison.

Justin Robinson, CB/BYU: Robinson (5-6 7/8 155) ran a 4.32 forty, had a vertical jump of 37.5” and a 10’4” broad jump. He’s extremely small, but very talented, and had 4 interceptions as a senior last season.

Ramzee Robinson, CB/Alabama: Robinson (5-9 190) ran times of 4.44 and 4.42 in the forty, had 23 bench reps, a 35” vertical jump, and a 10’0” broad jump. He was on my list of top combine “snubs”, and really impressed me in the Hula Bowl. Could be an excellent nickel DB at the next level, can help vs. the run and make big plays in coverage.

SAFETIES
Brannon Condren, S/Troy: Condren (6-0 7/8, 208) ran his 40s in 4.49 and 4.47 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.10 and the three-cone drill in 6.94. He had a 43-inch vertical jump, an 11-foot-3 broad jump and 24 bench presses. All of these numbers would have been near the top of the safeties at the combine. He led Troy in tackles, with 98, and also had 2 interceptions, so scouts have known about him, but I don't think anyone thought he'd post these kind of numbers at his pro day.

Andrew Shanle, SS/Nebraska: Shanle (6-1, 212) ran both of his 40s in 4.40, the short shuttle in 4.09 and the three-cone drill in 6.80. He also had a 38½-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-11 broad jump and 16 lifts. I got some grief for putting Shanle on my “Combine Snub” list, but this workout proves that he has talent. His brother Scott currently plays in the NFL. At the least, he could contribute on special teams due to his size/speed and tackling ability. He led the Huskers with 4 interceptions this past year.

David Lofton, S/Stanford: Lofton (6-3¾, 212 pounds), the son of Hall of Famer James Lofton, ran the 40-yard dash in 4.48 and 4.48. He also had a 38½ vertical jump, 10-foot-5 long jump, 4.18 short shuttle, 6.80 three-cone drill and 20 strength lifts. He was a QB coming into college, and then moved to WR, and eventually to safety. These kind of measurables, along with his bloodlines, should get him looks late in the draft.

Melvin Bullitt, S/Texas A&M: Bullitt (6-1¼, 201 pounds) ran 4.50 and 4.48 in the 40-yard dash. He also had a 40½-inch vertical jump, 10-foot-5 broad jump, 15 strength lifts, 3.97 in the short shuttle and 6.90 in the three-cone drill. Bullitt is a player that I feel did enough over his career to receive a combine invite. His quickness numbers would have been near the top at the combine, and I think he could even be tried some at CB in the NFL.

Quinton Teal, S/Coastal Carolina: Teal (6-1 3/8, 198) ran the 40 in 4.66 seconds against the wind and 4.61 with the wind. He slipped during the short shuttle (4.40) and the three-cone drill (7.12). He had a 34-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot-4 broad jump and 12 bench presses. Teal had 17 interceptions in his career.

Karibi Dede, SS/LB/Auburn: Dede (5-11, 221) ran one 40 in 4.48 seconds, the short shuttle in 4.37 and the three-cone drill in 7.10. He also had a 35½-inch vertical jump, a 10-foot broad jump and 17 bench presses. He was a linebacker in college, but lacks ideal size. A ‘tweener, but he has solid athleticism and could contribute on special teams.

Jon Corto, S/Sacred Hart: Corto (6-0 1/8, 208 pounds) ran his 40s in 4.56 and 4.62. He also had a 4.02 short shuttle, 6.50 three-cone drill and 14 bench presses. He was 2nd on the Pioneers with 103 tackles and led them with 12 TFL.

Charles Manigo, FS/Portland St: Manigo (6-1 5/8 211 pounds) ran a 4.54 forty, a 7.00 3-cone drill, and a 4.41 short shuttle. His jumps were where he really stood out, with a 42” vertical and a 10’9” broad. He also posted 9 reps of 225. He had 58 tackles and 3 interceptions for the Vikings last year.

Andre Kirkland, S/Kent St: Kirkland (6-0 1/8 204 pounds) ran a 4.54 forty, had 16 bench reps, a 6.97 3-cone drill, and a 4.04 short shuttle. He also had a 36” vertical jump and a 10’6” broad jump. He led his team in tackles (104), TFL (13.5), interceptions (4), and forced fumbles (4) last season.

Jay Staggs, SS/UNLV: Staggs (5-11 6/8 214) ran a 4.50 forty, had 28 bench reps, a 38.5” vertical, a 10’2” broad jump, and ran times of 3.98 and 6.94 in the short shuttle and 3-cone drill.
He had 7 tackles in the Texas vs. the Nation game.

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