Texas A&M Football: Tracking 2014 NFL Combine Results for Former Aggie Stars

Michael Taglienti@@miketag98Featured ColumnistFebruary 21, 2014

Texas A&M Football: Tracking 2014 NFL Combine Results for Former Aggie Stars

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    The 2014 NFL Combine begins on February 18. Texas A&M has three players participating in the combine in an attempt to improve their draft stock. 

    Johnny Manziel, Mike Evans and Jake Matthews are all taking part in the most important interview process of their lives in Indianapolis. They will spend the next few days being poked and prodded by NFL coaches, scouts and general managers. 

    How they perform during the tests, drills and in the personal interviews will go a long way toward determining when they will be selected in the 2014 NFL Draft. 

    This is your guide to track the results of all three Aggie prospects as they go through 2014 NFL Combine. 

QB Johnny Manziel

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    Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel was one of the most dynamic players in the history of college football. He won the Heisman Trophy as a freshman in 2012. In 2013 Manziel passed for 4,114 yards and 37 touchdowns while rushing for 759 yards and nine touchdowns.

    Combine Results: 

    40-yard dash: 4.68 seconds

    Vertical: 31.5 inches

    Broad-jump: 9'5"

    20-yard shuttle: 4.03 seconds

    Draft Projection: No. 4 overall by Cleveland Browns 

OT Jake Matthews

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    Jake Matthews was a four-year starter at offensive tackle for the Aggies. He earned All-SEC and All-American honors in 2012 and 2013. Matthews showcased his versatility in 2013 by starting at both left and right tackle.

    Combine Results: 

    Bench Press: 24 reps

    40-yard dash: 5.07 seconds

    20-yard shuttle: 4.47 seconds

    Broad Jump: 8'9"

    3-cone drill: 7.34 seconds

    Vertical: 28.5"

    Draft Projections: No. 2 overall to St. Louis Rams

WR Mike Evans

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    Mike Evans was a two-year starter at outside receiver for Texas A&M. He set a school record in 2013 with 1,394 receiving yards on 69 receptions and added 12 touchdowns. Evans was the first player in school history to record 1,000-yard receiving seasons as a freshman and sophomore. He earned All-American honors in 2013. 

    Combine Results: 

    40-yard dash: 4.53 seconds

    Bench press: 12 reps

    Vertical jump: 37"

    20-yard shuttle: 4.26 seconds

    Draft Projection: No. 13 overall to St. Louis Rams