2013 NFL Scouting Combine Results: Tracking All Player Workouts and Performances

John Rozum@Rozum27Correspondent IFebruary 22, 2013

2013 NFL Scouting Combine Results: Tracking All Player Workouts and Performances

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    NFL draft stocks are officially on the line.

    The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine has kicked off, and college football's top stars have now entered the realm of professional football.

    We're tracking every participant during the event with live results of each drill.

    Among players to watch for are USC's Matt Barkley, Notre Dame's Manti Te'o, West Virginia's Geno Smith and Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel. The prospects are divvied up by position, so you can follow specific players and/or positions.

    Let's check how the pool of pro football's newest interviewees are shaping up.

     

    Note: List of combine participants is courtesy of NFLcombine.net, and official results are via NFL.com. And 20-yard shuttle times are used for the more applicable positions, as opposed to the 60-yard shuttle.

Cornerbacks

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    Cornerbacks, especially rookies, will get challenged early and often in this era of pro football. The combine will help reveal who is most capable in the fall.

    Players to watch for: Dee Milliner, Johnthan Banks, Desmond Trufant, Xavier Rhodes, Tyrann Mathieu

    Player School 40 Time Bench Vertical Broad 3-Cone Shuttle
    Johnny Adams Michigan State 4.48 16        
    Robert Alford Southeast Louisiana 4.39 17  40.0 132.0 6.89  
    David Amerson N.C. State 4.44 15 35.5 127.0    
    Marc Anthony California 4.63 12  35.0 118.0 6.74  
    Johnthan Banks Mississippi State 4.61 10  34.0 125.0 6.97  
    Adrian Bushell Louisville 4.58 17  33.0 116.0 6.92  
    Sanders Commings Georgia 4.41   34.5 117.0 7.10  
    Will Davis Utah State 4.51 16  35.5 127.0 6.52  
    Mike Edwards Hawaii 4.56 14  36.0 124.0 6.94  
    Dwayne Gratz Connecticut 4.47 22  38.0 125.0 6.70  
    Terry Hawthorne Illinois 4.44 13  35.5 116.0    
    D.J. Hayden Houston            
    Aaron Hester UCLA 4.62   29.0 112.0 7.26  
    Josh Johnson Purdue 4.65 16  35.0 114.0 6.99 11.51
    Tyrann Mathieu LSU 4.50 34.0 117.0 6.87  
    Demetrius McCray Appalachian State 4.54 36.0 126.0 7.17  
    Leon McFadden San Diego State 4.54 10  34.5 119.0 6.81  
    Brandon McGee Miami 4.40 14  33.5 119.0 6.71  
    Dee Milliner Alabama 4.37   36.0 122.0 6.95  
    Jordan Poyer Oregon State 4.54 30.5 118.0 6.87 11.51
    Greg Reid Valdosta State   10         
    Xavier Rhodes Florida State 4.43 14  40.5 132.0    
    Nickell Robey USC 4.53 10  37.5 127.0 6.74  
    Logan Ryan Rutgers 4.56 14  32.5 116.0 6.69 11.28
    Tharold Simon LSU 4.51 34.0 128.0    
    Darius Slay Mississippi State 4.36 14  35.5 124.0 6.90  
    Daxton Swanson Sam Houston State 4.56 15  33.0 122.0    
    Rod Sweeting Georgia Tech 4.42 11  37.0 124.0    
    Jamar Taylor Boise State 4.39 22 35.0 127.0 6.82  
    Desmond Trufant Washington 4.38 16  37.5 125.0    
    B.W. Webb William & Mary 4.51 14  40.5 132.0 6.82 11.06
    Kayvon Webster South Florida 4.41 14  35.0 125.0    
    Steve Williams California 4.42 12  40.5 128.0 6.89  
    Khalid Wooten Nevada 4.53 17  33.5 117.0 6.95 11.41
    Blidi Wreh-Wilson Connecticut 4.53 14  36.0 128.0 6.97 11.56

Safeties

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    It never hurts to have a guy who can just fly to the ball and always be in a position to make a play. Instincts and reaction are two key elements to check out when breaking down a prospective safety.

    Players to watch for: Kenny Vaccaro, Matt Elam, John Cyprien

    Player School 40 Time Bench Vertical Broad 3-Cone Shuttle
    John Boyett Oregon   27         
    John Cyprien Florida International     38.5      
    Matt Elam Florida 4.54 17  35.5 118.0    
    Josh Evans Florida 4.58   34.5 123.0 6.64  
    Micah Hyde Iowa 4.56 12 33.0 121.0 6.78  
    Tony Jefferson Oklahoma 4.75 16         
    Keelan Johnson Arizona State 4.54 12  36.5 125.0 6.77 11.53
    Robert Lester Alabama 4.66   33.5 117.0    
    T.J. McDonald USC 4.59 19  40.0 131.0 6.89  
    Bradley McDougald Kansas 4.74 19  34.5 122.0 7.07  
    Rontez Miles California (PA) 4.62   36.5 123.0 6.97  
    Zeke Motta Notre Dame 4.83 11  35.5 126.0 6.75  
    Bacarri Rambo Georgia   17         
    Eric Reid LSU 4.53 17  40.5 134.0 6.99  
    Jamoris Slaughter Notre Dame            
    Daimion Stafford Nebraska 4.69 21  30.5 111.0 7.06  
    Jawanza Starling USC 4.64 17  36.0 122.0 6.68 11.62
    D.J. Swearinger South Carolina 4.67 17  37.0 124.0 6.70  
    Phillip Thomas Fresno State 4.65 14  35.0 122.0    
    Shamarko Thomas Syracuse 4.42 28  40.5 133.0    
    Kenny Vaccaro Texas 4.63 15  38.0 121.0 6.78  
    J.J. Wilcox Georgia Southern 4.57 17  35.0 124.0 7.02  
    Duke Williams Nevada            
    Shawn Williams Georgia 4.46 25  36.0 120.0 7.01  
    Earl Wolff N.C. State 4.44   39.0 134.0    

Quarterbacks

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    Quarterbacks are an interesting group this draft season. It's not a group considered as talented as the 2012 class, so it'll be intriguing to see who steps up and who fails under pressure.

    Players to watch for: Matt Barkley, Tyler Wilson, Geno Smith, Collin Klein

    Player School 40 Time
    (sec)
    Bench

    Vertical
    (in)

    Broad
    (in)
    3-Cone
    (sec)
    20-Yard
    Shuttle
    (sec)
    Matt Barkley USC            
    Tyler Bray Tennessee 5.05     100.0 7.20 4.51 
    Colby Cameron Louisiana Tech 4.78
      30.5
    112.0 6.98
    4.28 
    Zac Dysert Miami (Ohio)            
    Mike Glennon N.C. State 4.94
      26.5
    102.0
    7.49
    4.52 
    Marqueis Gray Minnesota 4.73 15 30.0
    111.0
    7.25
    4.30 
    Landry Jones Oklahoma 5.11
      31.0
    115.0
    7.12
    4.30 
    Collin Klein Kansas State 4.78
      29.0
    111.0
    7.17
    4.40 
    E.J. Manuel Florida State 4.65
      34.0
    118.0
    7.08
    4.21 
    Ryan Nassib Syracuse 5.06
      28.5
    105.0
    7.34
    4.53 
    Sean Renfree Duke            
    Matt Scott Arizona 4.69
      31.0
    118.0
    6.69
    3.99 
    Geno Smith West Virginia 4.59
      33.5
    124.0
       
    Brad Sorensen Southern Utah 4.97
      29.0
    112.0
    7.17 4.55 
    James Vandenberg Iowa 4.92
      32.0
    116.0
    6.95 4.52 
    Tyler Wilson Arkansas 4.95
      28.5
    112.0
    7.22
    4.39 

Running Backs

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    Thanks to Alfred Morris and Doug Martin, the rookie running back class was strong. Will any of these prospects be the next Adrian Peterson?

    Players to watch for: Montee Ball, Eddie Lacy, Giovani Bernard, Kenjon Barner, Johnathan Franklin, Stepfan Taylor

    Player School 40 Time
    (sec)
    Bench Vertical
    (in)
    Broad
    (in)
    3-Cone
    (sec)
    60-Yard
    Shuttle
    (sec)
    C.J. Anderson California 4.60
     17 32.0
    119.0
    7.15  
    Montee Ball Wisconsin 4.66  15 32.0
    118.0
    6.88  
    Kenjon Barner Oregon  4.52
     20 35.5
    122.0
    6.87 11.33
    Le'Veon Bell Michigan State  4.60
     24 31.5
    118.0
    6.75  
    Giovani Bernard North Carolina  4.53
     19 33.5
    122.0
    6.91 11.41
    Tommy Bohanon Wake Forest 4.88
     36 35.0
    119.0
    7.27 11.94
    Zach Boren Ohio State 5.00
     25 32.0
    109.0
    7.28 12.12
    Rex Burkhead Nebraska 4.73
     21 39.0
    125.0
    6.85 11.51
    Knile Davis Arkansas 4.37
     31 33.5
    121.0
    6.96  
    Andre Ellington Clemson 4.61
      34.0
    122.0
       
    Michael Ford LSU 4.50
     25 38.5
    130.0
    6.87 11.43
    Johnathan Franklin UCLA 4.49
     18 31.5
    115.0
    6.89 11.33
    Mike Gillislee Florida 4.55
     15 30.5
    119.0
    7.12 12.02
    Ray Graham Pittsburgh  4.80
     18 32.5
    112.0
    7.17  
    D.J. Harper Boise State  4.52
     23 33.5
    120.0
    7.07 11.85
    Montel Harris Temple  4.68
     19 32.5
    113.0
    6.95  
    Mike James Miami  4.53
     28 35.0
    115.0

     
    Jawan Jamison Rutgers  4.68
     20 29.0
    110.0
       
    Stefphon Jefferson Nevada  4.68
     15 31.0
    117.0
    6.97  11.80
    Eddie Lacy Alabama            
    Marcus Lattimore South Carolina            
    Zach Line SMU  4.77
     26 30.5
    111.0
       
    Miguel Maysonet Stony Brook     20     7.21  
    Onterio McCalebb Auburn  4.34    34.0
    121.0
       
    Christine Michael Texas A&M  4.54
     27 43.0
    125.0
       
    Lonnie Pryor Florida State  4.70
     17 30.0
    114.0
    7.28  
    Joseph Randle Oklahoma State  4.63
      35.0
    123.0
       
    Theo Riddick Notre Dame 4.68
      32.0
    118.0
       
    Robbie Rouse Fresno State  4.80
     15 34.0
    114.0
    6.97  
    Zac Stacy Vanderbilt  4.55
     27 33.0
    122.0
    6.70   
    Stepfan Taylor Stanford  4.76
     17 30.0
    110.0 7.13 12.06
    Chris Thompson Florida State     21        
    Matthew Tucker TCU  4.55
     17 35.5
    118.0
       
    Spencer Ware LSU             
    Kerwynn Williams Utah State 4.48
     17 35.0
    118.0
    7.15 12.04
    Braden Wilson Kansas State 4.81
     22        
    George Winn Cincinnati 4.75
     22 34.5
    119.0
       
    Cierre Wood Notre Dame 4.56
     16 37.5
    124.0
       

Wide Receivers

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    Wide receivers at the NFL combine are easily one of the most exciting groups to watch, and there are a number of big-play threats here.

    And before the combine began, according to NFL.com earlier this week:

    Keenan Allen will not work out at the NFL Scouting Combine this week, his agent told NFL Network on Wednesday.

    J.T. Johnson, who represents the Cal wide receiver, said Allen will be re-evaluated by Dr. James Andrews for a second-grade posterior cruciate ligament sprain suffered during the season.

    Players to watch for: Cordarrelle Patterson, Tavon Austin, DeAndre Hopkins, Terrance Williams

    Player School 40 Time
    (sec)
    Bench

    Vertical
    (in)

    Broad
    (in)
    3-Cone
    (sec)
    60-Yard
    Shuttle
    (sec)
    Keenan Allen California            
    Tavon Austin West Virginia 4.34  14 32.0
    120.0    
    Stedman Bailey West Virginia 4.52  11 34.5
    117.0
    6.81
     
    Alan Bonner Jacksonville State 4.59  14 33.0
    117.0    
    Josh Boyce TCU 4.38  22 34.0
    131.0 6.68
     11.26
    Marlon Brown Georgia            
    Marcus Davis Virginia Tech 4.56  19 39.5
    120.0
    7.15
     
    Aaron Dobson Marshall            
    Corey Fuller Virginia Tech 4.43  12 31.5
    120.0
       
    Tyrone Goard Eastern Kentucky 4.50  10 36.0
    123.0
    6.90
     
    Marquise Goodwin Texas 4.27  13   132.0
       
    Cobi Hamilton Arkansas 4.56  11 29.5
    107.0
       
    Chris Harper Kansas State 4.55  20 35.5
    116.0
    6.89
     
    Mark Harrison Rutgers 4.46  17 38.5
    129.0
    6.99
    11.72
    DeAndre Hopkins Clemson
    4.57  15 36.0
    115.0
       
    Justin Hunter Tennessee 4.44   39.5
    136.0
       
    Darius Johnson SMU 4.60  6 32.0
    109.9
       
    Brandon Kaufman Eastern Washington 4.67  9 33.5
    115.0
    7.11
    12.14
    Tavarres King Georgia 4.47  11 36.5
    123.0
    6.91
     
    Alec Lemon Syracuse 4.59  7 32.0
    112.0
    7.04
     
    Aaron Mellette Elon 4.54
     9 33.5
    123.0
    7.11
     
    T.J. Moe Missouri 4.74  26 36.0
    120.0
    6.53
    10.87
    Tracy Moore Oklahoma State    

       
    Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee 4.42   37.0
    128.0
       
    Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech 4.53
     8 33.0
    118.0
    6.91
     
    Denard Robinson Michigan 4.43
      36.5
    123.0
    7.09
     
    Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech 4.52
     10 39.5
    132.0
    6.71
    11.31
    Lanear Sampson Baylor 4.43
     20 33.5
    119.0
    7.10
    11.87
    Ace Sanders South Carolina 4.58
     7 32.0
    117.0
    6.81
    11.29
    Rodney Smith Florida State 4.51
      34.5
    120.0 7.03
    11.84
    Ryan Spadola Lehigh 4.48
     15 33.5
    119.0
    6.72
    11.35
    Kenny Stills Oklahoma 4.38
     16 33.5
    124.0    
    Ryan Swope Texas A&M 4.34
     16 37.0
    125.0
    6.76
     
    Kenbrell Thompkins Cincinnati 4.54
     8 33.5
    121.0
    6.88
    11.90
    Conner Vernon Duke 4.68
      32.5
    125.0
    6.93
    11.34
    Markus Wheaton Oregon State 4.45
     20 37.0
    120.0
    6.80
    11.16
    Terrance Williams Baylor 4.52
     11 32.5
    119.0
    7.01
    11.50
    Marquess Wilson Washington State 4.51
     7 34.5
    122.0
    6.65
     
    Robert Woods USC 4.51
     14 33.5 117.0
    7.15
     

Tight Ends

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    Rob Gronkowski, Jimmy Graham and Vernon Davis have raised the bar at the tight end position. Perhaps a couple players here will shine during the combine.

    Players to watch for: Zach Ertz, Tyler Eifert, Jordan Reed, Dion Sims, Gavin Escobar

    Player School 40 Time (sec)
    Bench Vertical (in)
    Broad (in)
    3-Cone (sec)
    60 Yard Shuttle (sec)
    Justice Cunningham South Carolina  4.94    31.5  116  7.12  11.88
    Tyler Eifert Notre Dame  4.68  22  35.5  119  6.92  11.52
    Zach Ertz Stanford  4.76  24  30.5  111  7.08  11.92
    Gavin Escobar San Diego State  4.84    32.0  114  7.07  11.86
    Joseph Fauria UCLA    17        
    Matt Furstenburg Maryland  4.62  18  35.5  115  7.09  11.76
    Chris Gragg Arkansas  4.50  18  37.5  125  7.08  
    D.C. Jefferson Rutgers    3        
    Nick Kasa Colorado  4.71  22  31.5  113    
    Travis Kelce Cincinnati            
    Philip Lutzenkirchen Auburn  4.94  21  30.5  112  7.15  
    Vance McDonald Rice  4.69  31  33.5  119  7.08  11.73
    Ryan Otten San Jose State            
    Chris Pantale Boston College  4.99  17  33.5  110  7.48  12.22
    Jordan Reed Florida  4.72  16        
    Mychal Rivera Tennessee  4.81  17  31.0  112  7.17  
    Dion Sims Michigan State  4.75  22  35.0  112  7.36  12.10
    Jake Stoneburner Ohio State  4.65  18  34.5  116  7.12  11.50
    Levine Toilolo Stanford  4.86  17  31.0  113  7.09  11.97

Offensive Line

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    Don't let anyone tell you otherwise: Offensive linemen are skilled position players. It takes a lot to have their size and maintain an impressive base with a low center of gravity.

    Players to watch for: Luke Joeckel, Chance Warmack, Jonathan Cooper, Eric Fisher, Lane Johnson, Barrett Jones

    Players School 40 Time (sec)
    Bench Vertical (in) Broad (in) 3-Cone (sec)
    20-Yard Shuttle (sec)
    Oday Aboushi Virginia  5.45  17  23.5  100  7.92 4.84 
    Zach Allen N.C. State    32        
    Terron Armstead Arkansas-Pine Bluff  4.71  31  34.5  112  7.62 4.72 
    Jeff Baca UCLA  5.03    26.5    7.26 4.44 
    Alvin Bailey Arkansas  4.95  27        
    David Bakhtiari Colorado  5.09  28  25.5  101  7.70 4.74 
    Chris Barker Nevada  5.25  29  27.5  99  8.09 4.77 
    Nick Becton Virginia Tech  5.20  19  29.5  109  7.77 4.57
    Travis Bond North Carolina  5.27  22  22.5  98  7.85 4.96 
    Braden Brown BYU  5.20  26  28.0  100  7.43 4.70 
    Braxston Cave Notre Dame  5.33    25.5  98  7.81 4.71 
    Emmett Cleary Boston College  5.21  24  28.5  108  7.81 4.70 
    Jonathan Cooper North Carolina  5.07  35  27.0  108  7.78 4.84 
    Jordan Devey Memphis  5.25  21  24.0  98  7.91 4.77 
    Chris Faulk LSU    25        
    Eric Fisher Central Michigan  5.05  27  28.5  116  7.59 4.44 
    D.J. Fluker Alabama  5.31  21        
    Manase Foketi West Texas A&M    25  23.5  102  8.11 5.06 
    Reid Fragel Ohio State  5.14  33  30.0  113  7.62 4.68 
    Travis Frederick Wisconsin  5.58  21  28.5  97  7.81 4.76 
    Rogers Gaines Tennessee State  5.24  28  23.0     5.24 
    Garrett Gilkey Chadron State  5.33  28  30.0  108  7.65 4.75 
    Tanner Hawkinson Kansas  5.07    28.5  112  7.52 4.51 
    Eric Herman Ohio  5.25  36  28.0  95  7.99 5.09 
    Khaled Holmes USC    13        
    Mark Jackson Glenville State  5.65  20  20.5  91  8.07 5.03 
    Luke Joeckel Texas A&M  5.30  27  28.5  106  7.40 4.68 
    Lane Johnson Oklahoma  4.72  28  34.0  118  7.31 4.52 
    Oscar Johnson Louisiana Tech  5.49
       22.0  88  8.06 5.06 
    T.J. Johnson South Carolina  5.33  32  25.5  96  7.83 4.74 
    Jamaal Johnson-Webb Alabama A&M  5.37  17  23.0  92  8.12 4.74 
    Barrett Jones Alabama            
    Edmund Kugbila Valdosta State  5.31  23  22.5  105  7.72 4.65 
    P.J. Lonergan LSU  5.38  25        
    Kyle Long Oregon  4.94    28.0  107  7.83 4.63 
    Joe Madsen West Virginia  5.20  25  25.0  98  7.60 4.83 
    Lamar Mady Youngstown State  5.48  35  23.0  95  8.07 4.82 
    Luke Marquardt Azusa Pacific    31        
    Stephane Milhim Massachusetts  5.23    28.5  104   4.87 
    Jordan Mills Louisiana Tech  5.37  20  28.5  101  8.10 4.88 
    Xavier Nixon Florida            
    Vinston Painter Virginia Tech  4.95 32   30.5  97  7.71 4.56 
    Justin Pugh Syracuse  5.14    28.5  103  7.45 4.63 
    David Quessenberry San Jose State  5.08  25  29.5  112  7.49 4.45 
    Brian Schwenke California  4.99  31  26.5  108  7.31 4.74 
    Matt Stankiewitch Penn State  5.43  27  24.0  92  7.90 4.96 
    Dallas Thomas Tennessee            
    Hugh Thorton Illinois  5.11  27      7.45 4.63 
    J.C. Tretter Cornell  5.09  29  29.5  109  7.48 4.69 
    Ricky Wagner Wisconsin  5.17  20  31.5  101  7.94 4.91 
    Larry Warford Kentucky  5.58  28  22.5  96  7.78 5.10 
    Chance Warmack Alabama  5.49      110    
    Earl Watford James Madison  5.06  24  30.0  107  7.77 5.00 
    Menelik Watson Florida State  5.29    24.5  103  8.31 5.01 
    Jason Weaver Southern Miss  5.44  23  21.0  94  8.23 5.07 
    John Wetzel Boston College  5.46  22  25.0  105  7.90 4.81 
    Brennan Williams North Carolina            
    Brian Winters Kent State    9        

Defensive Line

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    It's all about winning at the point of attack. If a defense struggles to get pressure and stop the run, the secondary will struggle.

    This also just in from Chris Mortensen of ESPN.com on Sunday:

    Star Lotulelei, one of the elite prospects for the 2013 NFL draft, will not be allowed to work out Monday at the scouting combine after an echocardiogram revealed that the former Utah defensive tackle has a heart condition that requires more testing, according to league sources.

    Players to watch for: Ezekiel Ansah, Bjoern Werner, Sheldon Richardson, Damontre Moore

    Player School 40 Time (sec) Bench Vertical (in) Broad (in) 3-Cone (sec) 60 Yard Shuttle (sec)
    Ezekiel Ansah BYU  4.63  21  34.5  118    
    T.J. Barnes Georgia Tech  5.3  25  22  97    
    Davis Baas Missouri Western  4.84  20  30.5  111    
    Josh Boyd Mississippi State  5.14  32  26.5  104    
    Armonty Bryant East Central (Okla.)  4.86    31.5  118    
    Michael Buchanan Illinois  4.78  22  33  113    
    Cornellius Carradine Florida State    28        
    Everett Dawkins Florida State  5.06  23  30  103    
    Quinton Dial Alabama            
    Lavar Edwards LSU  4.80    33  119    
    Sharrif Floyd Florida  4.92    30  106    
    Kwame Geathers Georgia  5.44    26.5  96    
    William Gholston Michigan State  4.96  23  28.5  110    
    Malliciah Goodman Clemson  4.87  26  31.5  114    
    Cory Grissom South Florida  5.31  22  27.5  97    
    Johnathan Hankins Ohio State  5.31    26  104    
    Jordan Hill Penn State  5.23  28  22.5  103    
    Montori Hughes Tennessee-Martin  5.23  22  26.5  104    
    Margus Hunt SMU  4.60  38  34.5  121    
    Brandon Jenkins Florida State    18        
    John Jenkins Georgia    30        
    Abry Jones Georgia    30  26.5  101    
    Chris Jones Bowling Green  5.33  30        
    Datone Jones UCLA  4.80  29  31.5  112    
    Dion Jordan Oregon  4.60    32.5  122    
    Joe Kruger Utah  4.83  24  34  117    
    Corey Lemonier Auburn  4.60  27  33  119    
    Kapron Lewis-Moore Notre Dame            
    Bennie Logan LSU    30  25  104    
    Star Lotulelei Utah            
    Stansly Maponga TCU    30        
    Stacy McGee Oklahoma            
    Barkevious Mingo LSU  4.58    37  128    
    Sam Montgomery LSU  4.81    34.5  114    
    Damontre Moore Texas A&M  4.95  12  35.5  122    
    Alex Okafor Texas    21        
    Ty Powell Harding  4.64  28  37  122    
    Sheldon Richardson Missouri  5.02  30  32  116    
    Kawann Short Purdue            
    John Simon Ohio State            
    Jared Smith New Hampshire  5.08  28  32.5  115    
    Quanterus Smith Western Kentucky            
    Akeem Spence Illinois  5.15  37  30  107    
    Damion Square Alabama            
    Walter Stewart Cincinnati            
    Devin Taylor South Carolina  4.72  14  35  128    
    Bjoern Werner Florida State  4.83  25  31  111    
    Brandon Williams Missouri Southern St.  5.37  38  29.5  102    
    Jesse Williams Alabama    30        
    Nate Williams Ohio State  4.88  24  35  113    
    Nick Williams Samford  4.94  28  33  111    
    Sylvester Williams North Carolina  5.03  27  26.5  102    
    Tourek Williams Florida International  4.92  25  33  112    
    Trevardo Williams Connecticut  4.57  30  38  124    

Linebackers

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    This will be a fun group to watch since we'll get to see their athleticism in more space with real-game intensity.

    Players to watch for: Manti Te'o, Jarvis Jones, Khaseem Greene, Alec Ogletree

    Player School 40 Time (sec) Bench Vertical (in) Broad (in) 3-Cone (sec) 20-Yard Shuttle (sec)
    Kiko Alonso Oregon            
    Sam Barrington South Florida  4.91  22 32.5   117    
    Steve Beauharnais Rutgers  4.84  19 33   118  6.99  4.20
    Jon Bostic Florida  4.61  22 32.5   118  6.99  4.24
    Arthur Brown Kansas State        116    
    Jamie Collins Southern Miss  4.64  19 41.5   139  7.10  4.32
    Zaviar Gooden Missouri  4.47  27 34   131  6.71  4.18
    Khaseem Greene Rutgers  4.71  17 30   116  7.58  4.20
    Brandon Hepburn Florida A&M  4.68  21 32   124  7.40  4.55
    Gerald Hodges Penn State  4.78  22    119    
    DeVonte Holloman South Carolina  4.76  15 33  113  7.30  4,26
    Jelani Jenkins Florida    27        
    Nico Johnson Alabama            
    Jarvis Jones Georgia            
    A.J. Klein Iowa State  4.66  20    113    
    Jake Knott Iowa State            
    John Lotulelei UNLV  4.84  25 35.5   117  6.91  4.30
    Brandon Magee Arizona State  4.74      114    
    Michael Mauti Penn State    28        
    Lerentee McCray Florida            
    Kevin Minter LSU  4.81  25 33   119    
    Nick Moody Florida State  4.71  17    118    
    Sio Moore Connecticut  4.65  29 38   127  7.49  4.31
    Alec Ogletree Georgia  4.70  20 33.5   122  7.16  4.39
    Sean Porter Texas A&M  4.75  22 35   119    
    Keith Pough Howard  4.90  17 33   118  7.28  4.47
    Kevin Reddick North Carolina  4.72  23    113    
    Etienne Sabino Ohio State  4.75  24    114    
    Jonthan Stewart Texas A&M  4.68  19 31   118  7.44  4.53
    Bruce Taylor Virginia Tech  5.01  19 30.5   115  7.21  4.39
    Mike Taylor Wisconsin            
    Manti Te'o Notre Dame  4.82   33   113  7.13  4.27
    Chase Thomas Stanford  4.91  18 32   113  7.17  4.31
    Cornelius Washington Georgia  4.55  36 39   128    
    Tom Wort Oklahoma  4.78  21 31.5   111  7.41  4.51

Specialists

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    The more athletic a team's kicker and/or punter is, the better a coach can build an interesting game plan. Special teams are vital, and any game can come down to the bounce of the ball or a kick.

    Players to watch for: Brad Wing, Dustin Hopkins 

    Player School 40 Time (sec)
    Bench Vertical (in) Broad (in)
    3-Cone Shuttle
    Ryan Allen  (P) Louisiana Tech            
    Dylan Breeding (P) Arkansas  4.7  11  29.0  110    
    Anthony Cantele (K) Kansas State             
    Bobby Cowan (P) Idaho            
    Alex Dunnachie (P) Hawaii            
    Dustin Hopkins (K) Florida State  4.74    33.5  116    
    Josh Hubner (K) Arizona State    13        
    Luke Ingram (LS) Hawaii            
    Scott Kovanda (P) Ball State            
    Jeff Locke (P) UCLA            
    Brett Maher (K) Nebraska            
    Quinn Sharpe (K) Oklahoma State            
    Caleb Sturgis (K) Florida            
    Brad Wing (P) LSU