2015 NFL Combine Results

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2015 NFL Scouting Combine Top Performers

The 2014 NFL season has now come and gone, faster than ever it may seem. The New England Patriots are Super Bowl XLIX Champions and they will continue their quest to repeat in 2015. We are coming off yet another fantastic NFL season, a season filled with jaw-dropping moments, including several plays from this past Super Bowl. However, 2014 is now history and it’s time for us to move forward and begin taking a look at the 2015 NFL Season. The Scouting Combine is a fairly important event in the lead up to a new season because it helps NFL teams and scouts take a look at the finest football prospects from the world of College Football and analyze them before the NFL Draft. Some NFL prospects don’t need to shine at the combine because their body of work from their College days speaks for itself. However, there are several other prospects that take advantage of the Combine by showcasing their talent and athleticism to scouts from across the league. Under the radar prospects from small school can make a massive name for themselves and draw in a lot of positive attention it they can make a big splash at the Scouting Combine.

It’s important to remember that the Combine doesn’t just involve on field physical activities and drills, it also involves play interviews. Prospects will meet with teams, behind closed doors, and they will be asked a series of questions and the way that the prospects choose to answer or handle the questions, will really tell the scouts a lot about who the player really is. The interviews are mainly used at personality indicators and it’s very important that a prospect does well in their interviews with other teams.

That being said, here are some of this year’s top performers at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine.

Offensive Linemen

Jake Fisher – Oregon

  • 01 second 40 yard dash time
  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 25 second 3-cone drill
  • 33 second 20-yard shuttle run

T.J. Clemmings – Pittsburgh

  • 14 second 40 yard dash time
  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 68 second 3-cone drill
  • 54 second 20 yard shuttle run

Mitch Morse – Missouri

  • 14 second 40 yard dash time
  • 36 bench press reps
  • 112 inch broad jump
  • 50 second 20-yard shuttle run

La’el Collins – LSU

  • 12 second 40 yard dash time
  • 108 inch broad jump
  • 70 second 3-cone drill
  • 63 second 20-yard shuttle run

Cameron Erving – Florida State

  • 15 second 40 yard dash time
  • 30 bench press reps
  • 112 inch vertical jump
  • 33 second 3-cone drill

Notable Mentions

  • Ali Marpet – Hobart & William Smith Unviersity
  • Andrus Peat – Stanford
  • J. Humphries – Florida
  • Jarvis Harrison – Texas A&M

 

Tight Ends

Mycole Pruitt – Southern Illinois

  • 58 second 40 yard dash time
  • 38 inch vertical jump
  • 118 inch broad jump
  • 37 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 85 second 60 shuttle run

Jesse James – Penn State

  • 26 Bench press reps
  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 121 inch broad jump
  • 15 second 60 yard shuttle run

Clive Walford – Miami

  • 79 second 40 yard dash time
  • 35 inch vertical jump
  • 120 inch broad jump
  • 57 second 20 yard shuttle run

Maxx Williams – Minnesota

  • 78 second 40 yard dash time
  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 117 inch broad jump
  • 37 second 20 yard shuttle run

Wes Sexton – South Alabama

  • 65 second 40 yard dash time
  • 36 inch vertical jump
  • 119 inch broad jump
  • 49 second 20 yard shuttle run

Notable Mentions

  • Nick O’Leary – FSU
  • Nick Boyle – Delaware
  • Cameron Clear – Texas A&M
  • Blake Bell – Oklahoma

 

 

Quarterbacks

Marcus Mariota – Oregon

  • 52 second 40 yard dash time
  • 36 inch vertical
  • 121 inch broad jump
  • 87 3-cone drill
  • 11 second 20-yard shuttle run

Nick Marshall – Auburn

  • 54 second 40 yard dash time
  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 124 inch broad jump
  • 96 second 3-cone drill
  • 15 second 20 yard shuttle run

Brett Hundley – UCLA

  • 63 second 40 yard dash time
  • 36 inch vertical jump
  • 120 inch broad jump
  • 93 second 3-cone drill
  • 98 20 yard shuttle run

Bryce Petty – Baylor

  • 34 inch vertical jump
  • 121 inch broad jump
  • 91 second 3-cone drill
  • 13 second shuttle run

Jameis Winston – FSU

  • 97 second 40 yard dash time
  • 16 second 3-cone drill
  • 36 second 20-yard shuttle run

Notable Mentions

  • Cody Fajardo – Nevada
  • Bryan Bennett – Southeastern Louisiana
  • Sean Mannion – Oregon State
  • Shane Carden – East Carolina

 

 

Running Backs

Ameer Abdullah – Nebraska

  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 130 inch broad jump
  • 79 second 3-cone drill time
  • 95 second 20 yard shuttle run
  • 18 second 60 yard shuttle run

David Johnson – Northern Iowa

  • 50 second 40 yard dash time
  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 127 inch broad jump
  • 82 second 3-cone drill

Melvin Gordon – Wisconsin

  • 52 second 40 yard dash time
  • 126 inch broad jump
  • 07 second 20 yard shuttle run
  • 11 second 60 yard shuttle run

Jay Ajayi – Boise State

  • 39 inch vertical jump
  • 121 inch broad jump
  • 10 second 20 yard shuttle run
  • 10 second 60 yard shuttle run

Trey Williams – Texas A&M

  • 49 second 40 yard dash time
  • 119 inch broad jump
  • 84 second 3-cone drill time
  • 12 second 20-yard shuttle run

Notable Mentions

  • Karlos Williams – Florida State
  • Duke Johnson – Miami
  • Javorius “Buck” Allen – USC
  • Matt Jones – Florida

 

 

Wide Receivers

Sammie Coates – Auburn

  • 43 second 40 yard dash time
  • 41 inch vertical jump
  • 131 inch broad jump
  • 06 second 20-yard shuttle run

Kenny Bell – Nebraska

  • 42 second 40 yard dash time
  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 129 inch broad jump
  • 66 second 3-cone drill time

Chris Conley – Georgia

  • 35 second 40 yard dash time
  • 45 inch vertical jump
  • 139 inch broad jump
  • 30 second 20-yard shuttle run

Mario Alford – West Virginia

  • 43 second 40 yard dash time
  • 64 second 3-cone drill tim
  • 07 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 22 second 60-yard shuttle run

Kevin White – West Virginia

  • 35 second 40 yard dash time
  • 92 second 3-cone drill time
  • 34 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 52 second 60-yard shuttle time

Notable Mentions

  • Amari Cooper – Alabama
  • Dorial Green-Beckham – Missouri
  • J. Nelson – UAB
  • Ty Montgomery – Stanford
  • Tony Lippett – Michigan State

 

 

Defensive Linemen

Owamagbe Odighizuwa – UCLA

  • 62 second 40 yard dash time
  • 39 inch vertical jump
  • 127 inch broad jump
  • 19 second 20-yard shuttle time
  • 75 second 60-yard shuttle time

Frank Clark – Michigan

  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 08 second 3-cone drill time
  • 05 20-yard shuttle run
  • 22 second 60-yard shuttle time

Preston Smith – Mississippi State

  • 74 second 40 yard dash time
  • 121 inch vertical jump
  • 07 second 3-cone drill time
  • 70 second 60-yard shuttle run

Zack Wagenmann – Montana

  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 07 second 3-cone drill time
  • 26 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 00 second 60-yard shuttle run

Anthony Chickillo – Miami

  • 79 second 40 yard dash time
  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 17 second 3-cone drill time
  • 25 second 20-yard shuttle run

Notable Mentions

  • Nate Orchard – Utah
  • Danny Shelton – Washington
  • Arik Armstead – Oregon
  • Xavier Cooper – Washington State

 

 

Linebackers

Vic Beasley – Clemson

  • 53 second 40 yard dash time
  • 35 bench press reps
  • 41 inch vertical jump
  • 130 inch broad jump
  • 91 second 3-cone drill time
  • 15 20-yard shuttle run

Ben Heeney – Kansas

  • 59 second 40 yard dash time
  • 68 second 3-cone drill time
  • 00 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 06 second 60-yard shuttle run

Bernardrick McKinney

  • 66 second 40 yard dash time
  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 21 second 3-cone drill time
  • 27 second 20-yard shuttle run

Jordan Hicks – Texas

  • 68 second 40 yard dash time
  • 38 inch vertical jump
  • 78 second 3-cone drill time
  • 34 second 60-yard shuttle run

Alani Fua – BYU

  • 73 second 40 yard dash time
  • 83 second 3-cone drill time
  • 15 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 54 second 60-yard shuttle run

Notable Mentions

  • Bud Dupree – Kentucky
  • Dante Fowler Jr. – Florida
  • Randy Gregory – Nebraska
  • Shaq Thompson – Washington
  • Stephone Anthony – Clemson

 

Defensive Backs

Eric Rowe (Safety) – Utah

  • 45 second 40 yard dash time
  • 39 inch vertical jump
  • 125 inch broad jump
  • 70 second 3-cone drill time
  • 97 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 48 second 60-yard shuttle run

Justin Cox (Safety) – Mississippi State

  • 36 second 40 yard dash time
  • 38 inch vertical jump
  • 129 inch broad jump
  • 07 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 20 second 60-yard shuttle run

Damarious Randall (Safety) – Arizona State

  • 46 second 40 yard dash time
  • 38 inch vertical jump
  • 83 second 3-cone drill
  • 07 second 20-yard shuttle drill

Jermaine Whitehead (Safety) – Auburn

  • 37 inch vertical jump
  • 128 inch broad jump
  • 95 second 3-cone drill
  • 11 second 20-yard shuttle run

Kevin Johnson (Cornerback) – Wake Forrest

  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 130 inch broad jump
  • 79 second 3-cone drill
  • 89 second 20-yard shuttle run

Bobby McCain (Cornerback) – Memphis

  • 130 inch broad jump
  • 80 second 3-cone drill time
  • 82 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 2 second 60-yard shuttle run

Byron Jones (Cornerback) – UCONN

  • 5 inch vertical jump
  • 147 inch broad jump
  • 78 second 3-cone drill time
  • 94 second 20-yard shuttle run
  • 98 second 60-yard shuttle run

Trae Waynes (Cornerback) – Michigan State

  • 31 second 40 yard dash time
  • 38 inch vertical jump
  • 06 second 3-cone drill time
  • 39 second 20-yard shuttle run

Notable Mentions

  • Landon Collins – Alabama
  • Cody Prewitt – Ole Miss
  • J. Williams – FSU
  • Ronald Darby – FSU
  • Charles Gaines – Louisville
  • Senquez Golson – Ole Miss

Matt Kassabian

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