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Tracking Top Offensive Performances at Combine

Posted Feb 25, 2013

Offensive players had Saturday and Sunday to show scouts what they could do on the field at this year’s NFL Combine.

Players displayed top-notch athleticism in drills that provide metrics for NFL personnel departments to add to their evaluation process of the prospects. NFL.com has a nifty results tracker that is sortable by day of workout, position, last name, school name and result.

Texas wide receiver posted the quickest 40-yard dash time of any offensive player, clocking an official time of 4.27 seconds that came close to the combine record of 4.24 set by Titans running back Chris Johnson in 2008.

Ohio offensive lineman Eric Herman and Wake Forest running back Tommy Bohanon each did 36 repetitions of 225 pounds in the bench press.

Texas A&M running back Christine Michael reached for the rafters with a vertical leap of 43 inches to lead all offensive players. A trio of receivers — Virginia Tech’s Marcus Davis, Tennessee’s Justin Hunter and Tennessee Tech’s Da’Rick Rogers — tied for the next-highest mark (39.5 inches).

Hunter led all offensive players by broad jumping 136 inches. Goodwin and Rogers followed with 132-inch efforts. Missouri receiver T.J. Moe clocked the best effort in the three-cone drill (6.53 seconds).

Here’s a look at the top two performances at each position group in five drills from Saturday and Sunday:

40-Yard Dash

Position

Name

School

Result

TE

Chris Gragg

Arkansas

4.50 sec.

Matt Furstenburg

Maryland

4.62

OL

Terron Armstead

Arkansas-Pine Bluff

4.71

Lane Johnson

Oklahoma

4.72

ST

Dylan Breeding

Arkansas

4.74

Dustin Hopkins

Florida State

4.74

RB

Onterio McCalebb

Auburn

4.34

Knile Davis

Arkansas

4.37

WR

Marquise Goodwin

Texas

4.27

Tavon Austin

West Virginia

4.34

Ryan Swope

Texas A&M

4.34

QB

Geno Smith

West Virginia

4.59

EJ Manuel

Florida State

4.65

 

225-Pound Bench Press

Position

Name

School

Result

TE

Vance McDonald

Rice

31 reps

Zach Ertz

Stanford

24

OL

Eric Herman

Ohio

36

Jonathan Cooper

North Carolina

35

Lamar Mady

Youngstown State

35

ST

Luke Ingram

Hawaii

24

Josh Hubner

Arizona State

13

RB

Tommy Bohanon

Wake Forest

36

Knile Davis

Arkansas

31

WR

T.J. Moe

Missouri

26

Josh Boyce

TCU

22

QB

MarQueis Gray

Minnesota

15

No other attempts

N/A

N/A

 

Vertical Jump

Position

Name

School

Result

TE

Chris Gragg

Arkansas

37.5 inches

Tyler Eifert

Notre Dame

35.5

Matt Furstenburg

Maryland

35.5

OL

Terron Armstead

Arkansas-Pine Bluff

34.5

Lane Johnson

Oklahoma

34.0

ST

Dustin Hopkins

Florida State

33.5

Dylan Breeding

Arkansas

29

RB

Christine Michael

Texas A&M

43

Rex Burkhead

Nebraska

39.0

WR

Marcus Davis

Virginia Tech

39.5

Justin Hunter

Tennessee

39.5

Da’Rick Rogers

Tennessee Tech

39.5

QB

EJ Manuel

Florida State

34.0

Geno Smith

West Virginia

33.5

 

Broad Jump

Position

Name

School

Result

TE

Chris Gragg

Arkansas

125 inches

Tyler Eifert

Notre Dame

119

Vance McDonald

Rice

119

OL

Lane Johnson

Oklahoma

118

Eric Fisher

Central Michigan

116

ST

Dustin Hopkins

Florida State

116

Dylan Breeding

Arkansas

110

RB

Michael Ford

LSU

130

Rex Burkhead

Nebraska

125

Christine Michael

Texas A&M

125

WR

Justin Hunter

Tennessee

136

Marquise Goodwin

Texas

132

Da’Rick Rogers

Tennessee Tech

132

QB

Geno Smith

West Virginia

124

EJ Manuel

Florida State

118

Matt Scott

Arizona

118

 

Three-Cone Drill

Position

Name

School

Result

TE

Tyler Eifert

Notre Dame

6.92 sec.

Gavin Escobar

San Diego State

7.07

OL

Jeff Baca

UCLA

7.26

Lane Johnson

Oklahoma

7.31

Brian Schwenke

California

7.31

ST

No attempts

N/A

N/A

RB

Christine Michael

Texas A&M

6.69

Zac Stacy

Vanderbilt

6.70

WR

T.J. Moe

Missouri

6.53

Marquess Wilson

Washington State

6.65

QB

Matt Scott

Arizona

6.69

James Vandenburg

Iowa

6.95

 

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