2013 NFL Scouting Combine Results: Tracking Every 40-Yard Dash Time

John RozumCorrespondent IFebruary 23, 2013

2013 NFL Scouting Combine Results: Tracking Every 40-Yard Dash Time

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    Who is the fastest 2013 NFL draft prospect?

    We will provide the 40-yard dash results of every NFL Scouting Combine participant for you as each becomes available.

    Perhaps you're interested in the most explosive prospect at each position. Well, ahead we have everything organized to find that specific player of intrigue.

    Big-name players like Matt Barkley, Manti Te'o, Tyrann Mathieu and Luke Joeckel grab the headlines, but will they stand out in the 40?

    Let's find out.

     

    Note: List of combine participants is courtesy of NFLcombine.net, and official results are via NFL.com.

Cornerbacks

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    With teams relying on the passing game more and more, top-tier cornerbacks are at a premium. Plus, a corner contributing as a return specialist always amplifies marketability.

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

    Player School Height Weight Best-40
    Johnny Adams Michigan State 5'11" 178  4.48
    Robert Alford Southeast Louisiana 6' 185  4.39
    David Amerson N.C. State 6'3" 194  4.44
    Marc Anthony California 6' 200  4.63
    Johnthan Banks Mississippi State 6'2" 185  4.61
    Adrian Bushell Louisville 5'11" 184  4.58
    Sanders Commings Georgia 6'2" 217  4.41
    Will Davis Utah State 6' 186  4.51
    Mike Edwards Hawaii 5'10" 180  4.56
    Dwayne Gratz Connecticut 6' 198  4.47
    Terry Hawthorne Illinois 6' 190  4.44
    D.J. Hayden Houston 6' 190  
    Aaron Hester UCLA 6'1" 207  4.62
    Josh Johnson Purdue 5'10" 195  4.65
    Tyrann Mathieu LSU 5'9" 175  4.50
    Demetrius McCray Appalachian State 6'1" 185  4.54
    Leon McFadden San Diego State 5'10" 185  4.54
    Brandon McGee Miami 6' 197  4.40
    Dee Milliner Alabama 6'1" 199  4.37
    Jordan Poyer Oregon State 6' 190  4.54
    Greg Reid Valdosta State 5'7" 186  
    Xavier Rhodes Florida State 6'1" 215  4.43
    Nickell Robey USC 5'8" 165

     4.53

    Logan Ryan Rutgers 6' 190  4.56
    Tharold Simon LSU 6'3" 193  4.51
    Darius Slay Mississippi State 6'1" 190  4.36
    Daxton Swanson Sam Houston State 5'10" 185  4.56
    Rod Sweeting Georgia Tech 6' 184  4.42
    Jamar Taylor Boise State 5'11" 195  4.39
    Desmond Trufant Washington 6' 185  4.38
    B.W. Webb William & Mary 5'11" 180  4.51
    Kayvon Webster South Florida 5'11" 198  4.41
    Steve Williams California 5'10" 185  4.42
    Khalid Wooten Nevada 6' 200  4.53
    Blidi Wreh-Wilson Connecticut 6'2" 190  4.53

Safeties

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    The best safeties can help provide run support when needed and can change field position after forcing a turnover. Acceleration and explosiveness are key traits for this hard-hitting position.

    Players to watch for: Kenny Vaccaro, Robert Lester, John Cyprien

    Player School Height Weight Best-40
    John Boyett Oregon 5'10" 202  
    John Cyprien Florida International 6' 210  
    Matt Elam Florida 5'10" 206  4.54
    Josh Evans Florida 6'2" 201  4.58
    Micah Hyde Iowa 6'1" 190  4.56
    Tony Jefferson Oklahoma 5'11" 212  4.75
    Keelan Johnson Arizona State 6'1" 207  4.54
    Robert Lester Alabama 6'2" 210  4.66
    T.J. McDonald USC 6'3" 205  4.59
    Bradley McDougald Kansas 6'1" 209  4.74
    Rontez Miles California (PA) 6'1" 210  4.62
    Zeke Motta Notre Dame 6'2" 215  4.83
    Bacarri Rambo Georgia 6' 218  
    Eric Reid LSU 6'2" 208  4.53
    Jamoris Slaughter Notre Dame 6' 200  
    Daimion Stafford Nebraska 6'1" 205  4.69
    Jawanza Starling USC 6'1" 200  4.64
    D.J. Swearinger South Carolina 6' 210  4.67
    Phillip Thomas Fresno State 6'1" 215  4.65
    Shamarko Thomas Syracuse 5'10" 205  4.42
    Kenny Vaccaro Texas 6'1" 215  4.63
    J.J. Wilcox Georgia Southern 6' 215  4.57
    Duke Williams Nevada 6' 190  
    Shawn Williams Georgia 6'1" 220  4.46
    Earl Wolff N.C. State 6'0" 207  4.44

Quarterbacks

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    Quarterbacks do not necessarily need a blazing 40 time, but a dual-threat ability can make a world of difference.

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

    Player School Height Weight Best-40
    Matt Barkley USC 6'2" 230  
    Tyler Bray Tennessee 6'6" 215  5.05
    Colby Cameron Louisiana Tech 6'2" 205  4.78
    Zac Dysert Miami (Ohio) 6'4" 230  
    Mike Glennon N.C. State 6'6" 232  4.94
    Marqueis Gray Minnesota 6'4" 250  4.73
    Landry Jones Oklahoma 6'4" 218  5.11
    Collin Klein Kansas State 6'5" 226  4.78
    E.J. Manuel Florida State 6'5" 238  4.65
    Ryan Nassib Syracuse 6'3" 228  5.06
    Sean Renfree Duke 6'5" 225  
    Matt Scott Arizona 6'3" 196  4.69
    Geno Smith West Virginia 6'3" 214  4.59
    Brad Sorensen Southern Utah 6'5" 235  4.97
    James Vandenberg Iowa 6'3" 212  4.92
    Tyler Wilson Arkansas 6'3" 220  4.95

Running Backs

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    Even with the NFL becoming a pass-first league, running backs can still put up huge numbers. Just look at MVP Adrian Peterson.

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

    Player School Height Weight Best-40
    C.J. Anderson California 5'11" 210   4.60
    Montee Ball Wisconsin 5'11" 212   4.66
    Kenjon Barner Oregon  5'11" 195   4.52
    Le'Veon Bell Michigan State  6'2" 244   4.60
    Giovani Bernard North Carolina  5'10" 205   4.53
    Tommy Bohanon Wake Forest 6' 247   4.88
    Zach Boren Ohio State 6'1" 245   5.00
    Rex Burkhead Nebraska 5'11" 210   4.73
    Knile Davis Arkansas 6' 226   4.37
    Andre Ellington Clemson 5'10" 190   4.61
    Michael Ford LSU 5'10" 216   4.50
    Johnathan Franklin UCLA 5'11" 195   4.49
    Mike Gillislee Florida 5'11" 209   4.55
    Ray Graham Pittsburgh  5'9" 195   4.80
    D.J. Harper Boise State  5'9" 205   4.52
    Montel Harris Boston College  5'10" 207   4.68
    Mike James Miami  5'11" 220   4.53
    Jawan Jamison Rutgers  5'6" 200   4.68
    Stefphon Jefferson Nevada  5'11" 210   4.68
    Eddie Lacy Alabama 6' 220   
    Marcus Lattimore South Carolina 6' 218   
    Zach Line SMU  6'1" 230   4.77
    Miguel Maysonet Stony Brook  5'10" 210   
    Onterio McCalebb Auburn  5'11" 173   4.34
    Christine Michael Texas A&M  5'11" 213   4.54
    Lonnie Pryor Florida State  6' 229   4.70
    Joseph Randle Oklahoma State  6'1" 200   4.63
    Theo Riddick Notre Dame 5'11" 200   4.68
    Robbie Rouse Fresno State  5'7" 190   4.80
    Zac Stacy Vanderbilt  5'9" 210   4.55
    Stepfan Taylor Stanford  5'11" 215   4.76
    Chris Thompson Florida State  5'8" 187   
    Matthew Tucker TCU  6'1" 227   4.55
    Spencer Ware LSU  5'11" 225   
    Kerwynn Williams Utah State 5'8" 189  4.48
    Braden Wilson Kansas State 6'4" 256  4.81
    George Winn Cincinnati 5'11" 220  4.75
    Cierre Wood Notre Dame 6' 215  4.56

Wide Receivers

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    Yards after the catch are what really makes a receiver elite. Prospects with that extra gear are very appealing because of their ability to stretch the defense.

    Also, per NFL.com before the combine began:

    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, Terrance Williams, DeAndre Hopkins

    Player School Height Weight Best-40
    Keenan Allen California 6'3" 205  
    Tavon Austin West Virginia 5'9" 174  4.34
    Stedman Bailey West Virginia 5'10" 190  4.52
    Alan Bonner Jacksonville State 5'11" 168  4.59
    Josh Boyce TCU 5'11" 203  4.38
    Marlon Brown Georgia 6'5" 216  
    Marcus Davis Virginia Tech 6'4" 228  4.56
    Aaron Dobson Marshall 6'3" 204  
    Corey Fuller Virginia Tech 6'2" 196  4.43
    Tyrone Goard Eastern Kentucky 6'4" 192  4.50
    Marquise Goodwin Texas 5'9" 177  4.27
    Cobi Hamilton Arkansas 6'3" 209  4.56
    Chris Harper Kansas State 6'1" 229  4.55
    Mark Harrison Rutgers 6'3" 230  4.46
    DeAndre Hopkins Clemson 5'11" 205  4.57
    Justin Hunter Tennessee 6'4" 205  4.44
    Darius Johnson SMU 5'10" 175  4.60
    Brandon Kaufman Eastern Washington 6'5" 215  4.67
    Tavarres King Georgia 6'1" 200  4.47
    Alec Lemon Syracuse 6'1" 200  4.59
    Aaron Mellette Elon 6'4" 212  4.54
    T.J. Moe Missouri 6' 200  4.74
    Tracy Moore Oklahoma State 6'2" 215  
    Cordarrelle Patterson Tennessee 6'3" 205  4.42
    Quinton Patton Louisiana Tech 6'2" 195  4.53
    Denard Robinson Michigan 5'11" 195  4.43
    Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech 6'3" 208  4.52
    Lanear Sampson Baylor 5'11" 205  4.46
    Ace Sanders South Carolina 5'8" 175  4.58
    Rodney Smith Florida State 6'6" 219  4.51
    Ryan Spadola Lehigh 6'3" 200  4.48
    Kenny Stills Oklahoma 6'1" 190  4.38
    Ryan Swope Texas A&M 6' 206  4.34
    Kenbrell Thompkins Cincinnati 6' 196  4.54
    Conner Vernon Duke 6'1" 200  4.68
    Markus Wheaton Oregon State 6' 182  4.45
    Terrance Williams Baylor 6'2" 205  4.52
    Marquess Wilson Washington State 6'4" 185  4.51
    Robert Woods USC 6'1" 190  4.51

Tight Ends

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    Courtesy of guys like Rob Gronkowski, Vernon Davis and Jimmy Graham, the tight end position has gained much more notoriety in the passing game. The more marketable ends will sport solid 40 times.

    Players to watch for: Tyler Eifet, Zach Ertz, Ryan Otten

    Player School Height Weight Best-40
    Justice Cunningham South Carolina 6'4" 264  4.94
    Tyler Eifert Notre Dame 6'6" 251  4.68
    Zach Ertz Stanford 6'6" 249  4.76
    Gavin Escobar San Diego State 6'6" 255  4.84
    Joseph Fauria UCLA 6'7" 258  
    Matt Furstenburg Maryland 6'5" 245  4.62
    Chris Gragg Arkansas 6'3" 236  4.50
    D.C. Jefferson Rutgers 6'6" 258  
    Nick Kasa Colorado 6'5" 271  4.71
    Travis Kelce Cincinnati 6'6" 260  
    Philip Lutzenkirchen Auburn 6'5" 250 4.94
    Vance McDonald Rice 6'5" 260 4.69 
    Ryan Otten San Jose State 6'5" 245  
    Chris Pantale Boston College 6'6" 251  4.99
    Jordan Reed Florida 6'3" 225  4.72
    Mychal Rivera Tennessee 6'3" 244  4.81
    Dion Sims Michigan State 6'5" 285  4.75
    Jake Stoneburner Ohio State 6'5" 245  4.65
    Levine Toilolo Stanford 6'8" 265  4.86

Offensive Line

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    Regardless of a team's offensive philosophy, nothing gets done without the hogs up front doing work. Speed on the line is becoming even more important.

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

    Players School Height Weight Best-40
    Oday Aboushi Virginia 6'6" 310  5.45
    Zach Allen N.C. State 6'3" 328  
    Terron Armstead Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6'5" 304  4.65
    Jeff Baca UCLA 6'3" 295  5.03
    Alvin Bailey Arkansas 6'5" 312  4.95
    David Bakhtiari Colorado 6'4" 295  5.09
    Chris Barker Nevada 6'4" 305  5.25
    Nick Becton Virginia Tech 6'6" 317  5.20
    Travis Bond North Carolina 6'7" 330  5.27
    Braden Brown BYU 6'6" 300  5.20
    Braxston Cave Notre Dame 6'3" 304  5.33
    Emmett Cleary Boston College 6'7" 313  5.21
    Jonathan Cooper North Carolina 6'3" 310  5.07
    Jordan Devey Memphis 6'6" 300  5.25
    Chris Faulk LSU 6'6" 323  
    Eric Fisher Central Michigan 6'8" 305  5.05
    D.J. Fluker Alabama 6'6" 335  5.31
    Manase Foketi West Texas A&M 6'5" 320  
    Reid Fragel Ohio State 6'8" 298  5.14
    Travis Frederick Wisconsin 6'4" 338  5.58
    Rogers Gaines Tennessee State 6'7" 320  5.24
    Garrett Gilkey Chadron State 6'6" 314  5.33
    Tanner Hawkinson Kansas 6'6" 300  5.07
    Eric Herman Ohio 6'4" 319  5.25
    Khaled Holmes USC 6'4" 305  
    Mark Jackson Glenville State 6'6" 325  5.65
    Luke Joeckel Texas A&M 6'6" 310  5.30
    Lane Johnson Oklahoma 6'7" 303  4.72
    Oscar Johnson Louisiana Tech 6'6" 330  5.49
    T.J. Johnson South Carolina 6'6" 319  5.33
    Jamaal Johnson-Webb Alabama A&M 6'6" 306  5.37
    Barrett Jones Alabama 6'5" 302  
    Edmund Kugbila Valdosta State 6'5" 347  5.31
    P.J. Lonergan LSU 6'4" 305  5.38
    Kyle Long Oregon 6'7" 311  4.94
    Joe Madsen West Virginia 6'3" 301  5.20
    Lamar Mady Youngstown State 6'3" 315  5.48
    Luke Marquardt Azusa Pacific 6'9" 322  
    Stephane Milhim Massachusetts 6'5" 315  5.23
    Jordan Mills Louisiana Tech 6'6" 315  5.37
    Xavier Nixon Florida 6'6" 309  
    Vinston Painter Virginia Tech 6'6" 309  4.95
    Justin Pugh Syracuse 6'5" 297  5.14
    David Quessenberry San Jose State 6'6" 291  5.08
    Brian Schwenke California 6'4" 300  4.90
    Matt Stankiewitch Penn State 6'3" 301  5.43
    Dallas Thomas Tennessee 6'5" 300  
    Hugh Thorton Illinois 6'5" 310  5.11
    J.C. Tretter Cornell 6'4" 300  5.09
    Ricky Wagner Wisconsin 6'6" 322  5.17
    Larry Warford Kentucky 6'3" 333  5.58
    Chance Warmack Alabama 6'3" 320  5.49
    Earl Watford James Madison 6'4" 290  5.06
    Menelik Watson Florida State 6'6" 320  5.29
    Jason Weaver Southern Miss 6'5" 305  5.44
    John Wetzel Boston College 6'8" 302  5.46
    Brennan Williams North Carolina 6'7" 315  
    Brian Winters Kent State 6'6" 294  

Defensive Line

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    The 40-yard dash is a great way to help evaluate defensive linemen. The best linemen save tackles downfield from the backside.

    In addition, according to 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: Bjoern Werner, Damontre Moore, Dion Jordan, Sheldon Richardson

    Player

    School

    Height

    Weight

    Best-40

    Ezekiel Ansah

    BYU

    6'6"

    270

     4.63

    Terence Barnes

    Georgia Tech

    6'7"

    345

     5.30

    Davis Baas

    Missouri Western

    6'5"

    275

     4.84

    Josh Boyd

    Mississippi State

    6'2"

    300

     5.14

    Armonty Bryant

    East Central (Okla.)

    6'4"

    250

     4.86

    Michael Buchanan

    Illinois

    6'6"

    240

     4.78

    Cornellius Carradine

    Florida State

    6'5"

    264

     

    Everett Dawkins

    Florida State

    6'2"

    306

     5.06

    Quinton Dial

    Alabama

    6'6"

    304

     

    Lavar Edwards

    LSU

    6'5"

    258

     4.80

    Sharrif Floyd

    Florida

    6'3"

    303

     4.92

    Kwame Geathers

    Georgia

    6'6"

    355

     5.44

    William Gholston

    Michigan State

    6'7"

    275

     4.96

    Malliciah Goodman

    Clemson

    6'4"

    280

     4.87

    Cory Grissom

    South Florida

    6'2"

    316

     5.31

    Johnathan Hankins

    Ohio State

    6'3"

    335

     5.31

    Jordan Hill

    Penn State

    6'1"

    298

     5.23

    Montori Hughes

    Tennessee-Martin

    6'4"

    330

     5.23

    Margus Hunt

    SMU

    6'8"

    275

     4.60

    Brandon Jenkins

    Florida State

    6'3"

    260

     

    John Jenkins

    Georgia

    6'3"

    351

     

    Abry Jones

    Georgia

    6'3"

    308

     

    Chris Jones

    Bowling Green

    6'1"

    293

     5.33

    Datone Jones

    UCLA

    6'5"

    280

     4.80

    Dion Jordan

    Oregon

    6'7"

    241

     4.60

    Joe Kruger

    Utah

    6'7"

    280

     4.83

    Corey Lemonier

    Auburn

    6'4"

    246

     4.60

    Kapron Lewis-Moore

    Notre Dame

    6'4"

    306

     

    Bennie Logan

    LSU

    6'3"

    295

     

    Star Lotulelei

    Utah

    6'4"

    320

     

    Stansly Maponga

    TCU

    6'2"

    265

     

    Stacy McGee

    Oklahoma

    6'4"

    299

     

    Barkevious Mingo

    LSU

    6'5"

    242

     4.58

    Sam Montgomery

    LSU

    6'4"

    260

     4.81

    Damontre Moore

    Texas A&M

    6'4"

    248

     4.95

    Alex Okafor

    Texas

    6'4"

    260

     

    Ty Powell

    Harding

    6'2"

    245

     4.64

    Sheldon Richardson

    Missouri

    6'4"

    295

     5.02

    Kawann Short

    Purdue

    6'3"

    310

     

    John Simon

    Ohio State

    6'2"

    260

     

    Jared Smith

    New Hampshire

    6'3"

    292

     5.08

    Quanterus Smith

    Western Kentucky

    6'5"

    251

     

    Akeem Spence

    Illinois

    6'1"

    305

     5.15

    Damion Square

    Alabama

    6'3"

    286

     

    Walter Stewart

    Cincinnati

    6'5"

    249

     

    Devin Taylor

    South Carolina

    6'8"

    267

     4.72

    Bjoern Werner

    Florida State

    6'4"

    255

     4.83

    Brandon Williams

    Missouri Southern St.

    6'3"

    325

     5.37

    Jesse Williams

    Alabama

    6'4"

    320

     

    Nate Williams

    Ohio State

    6'3"

    249

     4.88

    Nick Williams

    Samford

    6'4"

    310

     4.94

    Sylvester Williams

    North Carolina

    6'3"

    320

     5.03

    Tourek Williams

    Florida International

    6'4"

    262

     4.92

    Trevardo Williams

    Connecticut

    6'2"

    233

     4.57

Linebackers

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    Though the linebacker position may not be as important as it once was, the fastest and most athletic linebackers can still be game-changers.

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

    Player

    School

    Height

    Weight

    Best-40

    Kiko Alonso

    Oregon

    6'4"

    242

     

    Sam Barrington

    South Florida

    6'1"

    230

     4.91

    Steve Beauharnais

    Rutgers

    6'2"

    230

     4.84

    Jon Bostic

    Florida

    6'1"

    246

     4.61

    Arthur Brown

    Kansas State

    6'1"

    228

     

    Jamie Collins

    Southern Miss

    6'4"

    239

     4.64

    Zaviar Gooden

    Missouri

    6'2"

    230

     4.47

    Khaseem Greene

    Rutgers

    6'1"

    230

     4.71

    Brandon Hepburn

    Florida A&M

    6'4"

    235

     4.68

    Gerald Hodges

    Penn State

    6'2"

    233

     4.78

    DeVonte Holloman

    South Carolina

    6'2"

    241

     4.76

    Jelani Jenkins

    Florida

    6'

    237

     

    Nico Johnson

    Alabama

    6'3"

    245

     

    Jarvis Jones

    Georgia

    6'3"

    241

     

    A.J. Klein

    Iowa State

    6'2"

    244

     4.66

    Jake Knott

    Iowa State

    6'3"

    252

     

    John Lotulelei

    UNLV

    5'11"

    236

     4.84

    Brandon Magee

    Arizona State

    5'9"

    233

     4.74

    Michael Mauti

    Penn State

    6'2"

    239

     

    Lerentee McCray

    Florida

    6'3"

    249

     

    Kevin Minter

    LSU

    6'1"

    245

     4.81

    Nick Moody

    Florida State

    6'2"

    237

     4.71

    Sio Moore

    Connecticut

    6'2"

    229

     4.65

    Alec Ogletree

    Georgia

    6'3"

    232

     4.70

    Sean Porter

    Texas A&M

    6'2"

    230

     4.75

    Keith Pough

    Howard

    6'3"

    236

     4.90

    Kevin Reddick

    North Carolina

    6'3"

    240

     4.72

    Etienne Sabino

    Ohio State

    6'3"

    237

     4.75

    Jonthan Stewart

    Texas A&M

    6'3"

    245

     4.68

    Bruce Taylor

    Virginia Tech

    6'2"

    253

     5.01

    Mike Taylor

    Wisconsin

    6'2"

    222

     

    Manti Te'o

    Notre Dame

    6'2"

    255

     4.82

    Chase Thomas

    Stanford

    6'4"

    245

     4.91

    Cornelius Washington

    Georgia

    6'4"

    268

     4.55

    Tom Wort

    Oklahoma

    6'

    238

     4.78

Specialists

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    Though not incredibly important for kickers and punters, being fast could lead to a touchdown-saving tackle or a successful fake punt/field goal.

    Players to watch for: Brad Wing, Dustin Hopkins

    Player School Height Weight Best-40
    Ryan Allen  (P) Louisiana Tech 6'2" 215  
    Dylan Breeding (P) Arkansas 6'1" 211   4.74
    Anthony Cantele (K) Kansas State  5'10" 183   
    Bobby Cowan (P) Idaho 6"5 229  
    Alex Dunnachie (P) Hawaii 6'4" 220  
    Dustin Hopkins (K) Florida State 6'2" 190  4.74
    Josh Hubner (K) Arizona State 6'4" 238   
    Luke Ingram (LS) Hawaii 6'5" 251  5.05
    Scott Kovanda (P) Ball State 6'3" 205  
    Jeff Locke (P) UCLA 6'1" 203  
    Brett Maher (K) Nebraska 6' 185  
    Quinn Sharpe (K) Oklahoma State 6'1" 205  
    Caleb Sturgis (K) Florida 5'11" 187   
    Brad Wing (P) LSU 6'3" 184