Archive for February, 2010

Complete information on the wide receivers that participated at the combine.  Included are official height, weight, arm length, hand size , bench results plus two hand timings in the forty.  Practice reports for all who participated are also included.

Full Name School Ht Wt Arm Hand Bench 40-1 40-2
Seyi Ajirotutu Fresno State 6033 204 32 5/8 9 3/8 14 4.56 4.55
Danario Alexander Missouri 6045 215 34 3/4 10 INJ
Alric Arnett West Virginia 6016 188 32 1/2 9 DNB 4.50 4.49
Brandon Banks Kansas State 5066 149 30 8 1/4 DNB 4.40 4.41
Chris Bell Norfolk State 6021 211 32 1/4 9 1/8 15 4.53 4.50
Arrelious Benn Illinois 6010 219 32 1/4 9 3/8 20 4.56 4.53
Nyan Boateng California 6010 204 33 1/4 9 3/8 14 4.75 4.73
Dezmon Briscoe Kansas 6020 207 33 1/2 9 1/2 9 4.63 4.68
Antonio Brown Central Michigan 5101 186 31 9 13 4.54 4.59
Dez Bryant Oklahoma State 6020 225 34 9 3/4 DNB INJ
Chris Carter Cal-Davis 5113 191 30 3/4 9 3/8 12 INJ
Riley Cooper Florida 6033 222 32 5/8 10 3/8 DNB 4.53 4.59
Eric Decker Minnesota 6031 217 31 9 1/8 15 INJ
Marcus Easley Connecticut 6026 210 32 3/4 8 1/2 16 4.41 4.39
Jacoby Ford Clemson 5087 186 30 1/2 9 1/4 15 4.25 4.28
David Gettis Baylor 6030 217 34 10 15 4.46 4.47
Marshwan Gilyard Cincinnati 5117 187 32 1/4 9 1/8 DNB 4.59 4.65
Vareion Hodge Mississippi 6012 209 33 9 1/4 11 4.60 4.60
Trindon Holliday LSU
Donald Jones Youngstown State 6003 214 32 9 20 4.48 4.52
Kevin Jurovich San Jose State 5115 188 30 1/2 9 1/2 14 DNR
Brandon LaFell LSU 6024 211 32 3/4 8 3/4 DNB 4.64 4.59
Scott Long Louisville 6021 216 31 1/4 9 3/4 20 4.47 4.47
Chris McGaha Arizona State 6007 201 31 3/4 10 1/8 19 INJ
Kerry Meier Kansas 6021 224 32 9 3/8 13 4.65 4.65
Carlton Mitchell South Florida 6027 215 32 1/2 9 1/4 16 4.44 4.46
Preston Parker North Alabama 5112 199 30 3/8 9 1/4 16 4.69 4.67
Jared Perry Missouri 6006 178 32 9 11 4.56 4.59
Taylor Price Ohio 6003 204 31 1/4 9 1/2 16 4.42 4.40
David Reed Utah 6001 191 31 3/4 9 3/8 15 4.58 4.55
Andre Roberts Citadel 5107 195 31 1/2 9 1/2 15 4.44 4.47
Emmanuel Sanders SMU 5107 186 32 9 1/4 12 4.39 4.42
Jordan Shipley Texas 5112 193 30 1/2 9 5/8 16 4.60 4.65
Golden Tate Notre Dame 5102 199 30 1/2 9 1/4 17 4.40 4.38
Demaryius Thomas Georgia Tech 6032 224 33 10 1/2 INJ
Verran Tucker California 6015 200 33 1/4 9 1/4 INJ
Chastin West Fresno State 6003 212 32 3/4 9 7/8Q 15 4.57 4.55
Blair White Michigan State 6022 209 31 1/2 9 1/4 18 4.52 4.47
Kyle Williams Arizona State 5100 188 30 9 1/8 11 4.41 4.41
Jeremy Williams Tulane 6001 206 31 1/2 10 14 4.60 4.59
Stephen Williams Toledo 6044 210 33 1/4 9 1/8 15 4.54 4.52
Damian Williams USC 6005 197 31 3/4 9 1/4 19 4.47 4.55
Mike Williams Syracuse 6014 221 32 1/2 9 1/4 8 4.60 4.55
Ryan Wolfe UNLV 6010 205 32 1/2 9 1/2 13 DNR

Seyi Ajirotutu/Fresno St.; displayed no burst, very choppy running routes, and could not run to the deep ball.

Alric Arnett/West Virginia; displayed solid hands and effectively adjusted to passes.

Brandon Banks/Kansas St.; very explosive on the field, showed a great burst, and incredibly quick feet.  Caught the ball well all afternoon.

Chris Bell/Norfolk St.; caught the ball well, yet ran poor routes, showing limited quickness, and lacked burst in his game.

Arrelious Benn/Illinois; fluid receiver that ran better than expected routes and displayed better than expected hands.

Nyan Boateng/California; showed minimal quickness and struggled running routes, yet displayed strong and soft hands catching the ball very well.

Dezmon Briscoe/Kansas; caught the ball well, yet showed no quickness or burst.

Antonio Brown/Central Michigan; ran terrific routes and displayed both soft and strong hands.

Riley Cooper/Florida; displayed great hands, yet displayed no burst or quickness.

Marcus Easley/Connecticut; long strider who displayed marginal quickness and no burst.

Jacoby Ford/Clemson; stood out in every aspect.  Ran great routes, showed a terrific burst of speed, and caught everything thrown in his direction.

David Gettis/Baylor; did not practice to his forty time, slow off the line, and showed no burst.

Marshawn Gilyard/Cincinnati; ran good routes caught the ball well, and displayed a lot of natural pass catching skills.

Shay Hodge/Mississippi; caught the ball well, displaying good timing, snatching the ball in the air.

Trindon Holliday/LSU; quick running routes, displayed a great burst, yet was inconsistent catching the ball, dropping several easy passes.

Donald Jones/Youngstown St.; inconsistent catching the ball, all too often letting the ball get inside his body, thus resulting in drops.

Kevin Jurovich/San Jose St.; very natural catching the ball, displaying good hand/eye coordination, and making the reception away from his frame.

Brandon LaFell/LSU; ran adequate routes, displaying strong hands plucking the ball out the air.

Scott Long/Louisville; ran effective routes and practiced fast, outrunning many of the passes thrown to him.   Extends and made the reception outside of his frame.

Chris McGaha/Arizona St.; struggled throughout the day and never seemed to get his feet underneath him.

Kerry Meier/Kansas; ran better than expected routes, yet showed no burst and let a few passes slip through his hands.

Carlton Mitchell/South Florida; practiced to his forty time, making the reception in stride; nicely adjusting to the errant throw and then grabbing the pass out of the air.

Preston Parker/North Alabama; showed marginal quickness and bobbled too many passes.  Will work out during the Florida St. pro day.

Jared Perry/Missouri; caught the ball well and showed good concentration.

Taylor Price/Ohio; strong practice session.   Showed a great burst of speed, turns it on in one step, then extends and snatches the ball in the air.  Terrific hand/eye coordination and extended to make the reception away from his frame.

David Reed/Utah;  solid pass catching skills, yet did not stand out in any single area.

Andre Roberts/Citadel; had a lot of uncharacteristic drops, did run nice routes.

Emmanuel Sanders/SMU; terrific overall performance, ran great routes, showed a terrific burst, and had the ability to turn it on in a single step.   Caught the ball well all day.

Jordan Shipley/Texas; struggled running routes, showing no burst in his game, and looked slow in drills.

Golden Tate/Notre Dame; dropped some passes early, then picked up the pace.  Ran good routes, was catching everything throw in his direction by the end of the session.

Chastin West/Fresno St.; ran adequate routes and effectively extended to make the reception away from his frame.

Blair White/Michigan St.; shows no speed or burst, yet comes out of his routes well and effectively catches the ball.

Kyle Williams/Arizona St.; started off hot, running good routes, displaying top quickness, and catching the ball well.   Faded toward the end.

Jeremy Williams/Tulane; caught the ball well, yet looked rather ordinary through most of the day.

Stephen Williams/Toledo; showed no burst or quickness, and dropped a number of passes.

Damian Williams/USC; a lot of drops early and looked very average all day.

Mike Williams/Syracuse; shows no quickness in his game, very slow off the line, and has no burst.  Picked it up as the session went along, but overall looked very uninspired.

Complete information on the running backs that participated at the combine.  Included are official height, weight, arm length, hand size , bench results plus two hand timings in the forty.  Practice reports for all who participated are also included.

Full Name School Ht Wt Arm Hand Bench 40-1 40-2
Joique Bell Wayne State 5012 220 31 1/2 9 DNB 4.71 4.68
Jahvid Best California 5101 199 31 3/4 9 18 4.34 4.37
LeGarrette Blount Oregon 6004 241 33 1/2 10 18 4.73 4.78
Chris Brown Oklahoma 5103 210 29 9 1/8 17 4.62 INJ
John Conner Kentucky 5111 246 32 8 1/2 24 4.71 4.71
Anthony Dixon Mississippi State 6006 233 32 5/8 9 3/4 15 4.71 4.67
Andre Dixon Connecticut 6006 205 32 1/4 10 1/8 DNB 4.64 4.61
Jonathan Dwyer Georgia Tech 5112 229 31 8 5/8 15 4.74 4.69
Toby Gerhart Stanford 6000 231 32 9 5/8 22 4.57 4.53
Montario Hardesty Tennessee 5116 225 31 9 1/2 21 4.52 4.56
Rashawn Jackson Virginia 6010 239 33 9 7/8 DNB 4.72 4.75
Javarris James Miami-Fl 6002 212 32 9 5/8 21 4.58 4.56
Stafon Johnson USC 5107 214 30 3/8 8 3/4 13 4.71 4.69
Darius Marshall Marshall 5092 190 30 3/4 9 14 4.67 4.66
Ryan Mathews Fresno State 5115 218 31 9 1/4 19 4.45 4.44
Dexter McCluster Mississippi 5086 172 29 1/4 8 3/8 20 4.57 4.56
Joe McKnight USC 5013 198 31 3/4 9 1/8 18 4.48 4.49
Shawnbrey McNeal SMU 5091 194 30 1/2 9 3/8 14 4.58 4.60
Lonyae Miller Fresno State 5114 221 30 3/4 8 7/8 26 4.59 4.56
Patrick Paschall North Dakota State 5115 209 32 5/8 9 1/4 15 4.71 4.69
Charles Scott LSU 5013 238 33 9 1/2 DNB 4.69 4.72
C.J. Spiller Clemson 5105 196 30 1/2 10 1/8 19 4.42 4.38
James Starks Buffalo 6021 218 33 3/4 9 1/2 15 4.48 4.47
Ben Tate Auburn 5110 220 31 1/4 9 26 4.44 4.442
Manase Tonga BYU 5112 245 31 7/8 9 3/8 19 4.84 4.78
Keith Toston Oklahoma State 5016 213 32 3/4 9 1/4 22 4.65 4.69
Keiland Williams LSU 5107 233 30 8 3/4

Joique Bell/Wayne St.; ran poorly in the forty and looked slow in drills, was unable to turn the corner with any speed, and lacked overall balance.  Did catch the ball well out of the backfield.

Jahvid Best/California; maintained his forty speed through the practice session.  Lost no momentum changing direction, easily cut on a dime, and has a great burst.   Presented himself as a legitimate downfield pass catching threat.

LaGarrette Blount/Oregon; slow footed, lost a lot of momentum changing direction, and displayed average hands.

John Conner/Kentucky; worked hard and displayed nice hands, but was nothing more than a straight line player.

Anthony Dixon/Mississippi St.; practiced much faster than he timed, fluid, showed a burst of speed, and caught the ball well.

Andre Dixon/Connecticut; ran with good lean and displayed a good change of direction.  Not quick cutting back against the grain.

Jonathan Dwyer/Georgia Tech; ran behind his shoulders, was smooth cutting back, and showed a much better than expected change of direction.

Toby Gerhart/Stanford; significantly slowed down when changing direction and showed minimal burst.  Caught the ball well.

Montario Hardesty/Tennessee; caught the ball well, yet for the most part showed just average speed and look confused at times.

Reshawn Jackson/Virginia; average first step quickness and almost came to a halt when asked to change direction.

Javarris James/Miami; displayed solid feet in a small area yet really slow into cuts.

Stafon Johnson/USC; displayed quick feet, ran with good lean, and showed soft pass catching hands.

Darius Marshall/Marshall; lacked balance, marginal quickness, and was not fast.

Ryan Matthews/Fresno St.; fast, practice to his timing, and runs low to the ground.  Quick footed in all of the drills.   Caught the deep ball well.

Dexter McCluster/Mississippi; despite his forty time, he displayed amazing quickness, the ability to turn it on in a single step, or immediately cut back against the grain without losing momentum.

Joe McKnight/USC; displayed tremendous cutting ability, quick feet, and outstanding pass catching hands.

Shawnbrey McNeil/SMU; smooth runner, plays with good lean, and fluid change of direction.

Lonyae Miller/Fresno St.; displayed a surprisingly good change of direction, better than average feet, and caught the ball well.

Patrick Paschall/North Dakota St.; lacked balance, slowed when changing directions, and dropped a few easy passes.

Charles Scott/LSU; solid change of direction yet lacked balance, showed no burst, and was all too often found on the ground.   Dropped some easy passes.

James Starks/Buffalo; looked fluid, displayed decent feet, and better than expected speed.   Caught the ball well and outran the pass on a few occasions.

Ben Tate/Auburn; did not practice nearly as fast as he timed, could not cut back, and almost had to stop when changing direction.

Manase Tonga/BYU; practiced much faster than he timed, displaying surprising quickness, and caught the ball well.

Keith Toston/Oklahoma St.; showed a fluid, smooth change of direction.   Very effective catching the ball.

Complete information on the quarterback that participated at the combine.  Included are official height, weight, arm length, hand size , bench results plus two hand timings in the forty.  Practice reports for all who participated are also included.

Full Name School Ht Wt Arm Hand Bench 40-1 40-2
Sam Bradford Oklahoma 6042 236 34 3/8 9 1/2 INJ
Jarrett Brown West Virginia 6027 224 34 7/8 10 DNB 4.59 4.54
Levi Brown Troy State 6034 229 31 1/2 9 1/2 20 4.90 4.88
Sean Canfield Oregon State 6036 223 32 3/4 9 1/2 DNB 5.03 5.00
Daryll Clark Penn State 6017 235 32 3/4 9 1/2 21 INJ
Jimmy Clausen Notre Dame 6025 222 30 3/4 9 INJ
Max Hall BYU 6005 209 30 9 DNB 4.91 4.85
Tim Hiller Western Michigan 6040 229 31 1/4 9 1/8 18 5.03 4.94
Mike Kafka Northwestern 6031 225 33 1/2 9 1/4 DNB 5.06 4.95
Dan Lefevour Central Michigan 6032 230 32 1/2 9 1/4 DNB 4.69 4.62
Thaddeus Lewis Duke 6004 215 32 5/8 9 5/8 DNB 4.78 4.85
Colt McCoy Texas 6010 216 31 9 3/8 DNB 4.81 4.85
Tony Pike Cincinnati 6056 223 34 1/2 10 DNB 4.88 4.94
Zac Robinson Oklahoma State 6024 214 31 1/4 9 DNB 4.69 4.68
John Skelton Fordham 6053 243 32 9 3/4 DNB 4.88 4.87
Riley Skinner Wake Forest 6000 214 30 1/2 9 3/8 DNB 5.01 5.06
Jevan Snead Mississippi 6030 219 32 1/4 10 DNB 5.03 5.06
Tim Tebow Florida 6026 236 31 3/4 10 1/8 DNB 4.68 4.72

Jarrett Brown/West Virginia; best quarterback on the day.   All of his passes displayed speed, was accurate, and showed a nice delivery.   Very accurate with his deep outs.

Levi Brown/Troy; displayed good speed on his throws, accuracy down the field, and was effective with the deep outs.

Sean Canfield/Oregon St.; did not display the physical skills to be an NFL quarterback.  Passes lacked speed and fluttered.

Daryl Clark/Penn St.; showed poor timing on throws, had receivers waiting on the ball, or simply underthrew pass catches.

Max Hall/BYU; displayed some speed on his outs, yet could not drive the deep throw, and was inconsistent accuracy.    Slow setup and release.

Tim Hiller/Western Michigan; Inconsistent throughout the day.  Wild with many of his throws and passes showed poor speed.  Threw some nice deep outs at the end of the session.

Mike Kafka/Northwestern; displayed good speed on the intermediate and short passes, and also displayed touch on throws.  Struggled to throw the long ball and the deep outs had little speed.

Thaddeus Lewis/Duke; possesses a big arm, yet sprayed throws all over, and deep passes hung in the air.

Tony Pike/Cincinnati; throws with a slow release, passes fluttered, and could not drive deep throws.

Zach Robinson/Oklahoma St.; displayed much better zip than he did at the Senior Bowl and threw several nice deep passes.

John Skelton/Fordham; had the biggest arm of any quarterback in attendance and an explosive release.   Struggled with his accuracy and sprayed passes all over the field.

Riley Skinner/Wake Forest; threw better than expected, showing a quick release, nice velocity on the outs, and accuracy down the field.

Jevon Snead/Mississippi; displayed no timing on throws, constantly putting the ball behind the receiver, and hung deep passes.

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