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wide receivers combine results

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Player College Height Weight Arms Hands 40 225 VERT JUMP 20S 60S 3 Cone


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    Seyi Ajirotutu Fresno State 6033 204 32 5/8 9 3/8 4.53 14 9'07
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    Danario Alexander Missouri 6050* 215 34 3/4 10 DNP DNP DNP DNP
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    Alric Arnett West Virginia 6016 188 32 1/2 9 4.52 40.0 10'02
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    Brandon Banks Kansas State 5066 149 30 8 1/4 4.43 9'01
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    Chris Bell Norfolk State 6021 211 32 1/4 9 1/8 4.47 15 9'09
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    Arrelious Benn Illinois 6010 219 32 1/4 9 3/8 4.48 20 37.0 9'10
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    Nyan Boateng California 6010 204 33 1/4 9 3/8 4.64 14
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    Dezmon Briscoe Kansas 6020 207 33 1/2 9 1/2 4.61 9
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    Antonio Brown Central Michigan 5101 186 31 9 4.50 13
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    Dez Bryant Oklahoma State 6020 225 34 9 3/4 DNP
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    Chris Carter Cal Davis 5110* 191 30 3/4 9 3/8 DNP 12
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    Riley Cooper Florida 6033 222 32 5/8 10 3/8 4.52
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    Eric Decker Minnesota 6031 217 31 9 1/8 DNP 15
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    Marcus Easley Connecticut 6026 210 32 3/4 8 1/2 4.46 16 10'03
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    Jacoby Ford Clemson 5087 186 30 1/2 9 1/4 4.28 13
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    David Gettis Baylor 6030 217 34 10 4.47 15 10'04
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    Mardy Gilyard Cincinnati 5117 187 32 1/4 9 1/8 4.56 39.0
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    Shay Hodge Mississippi 6012 209 33 9 1/4 4.57 11
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    Brandon James Florida 5060* 176 29 3/4 8 3/4 DNP 14
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    Donald Jones Youngstown State 6003 214 32 9 4.47 20 41.0


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    Kevin Jurovich San Jose State 5115 188 30 1/2 9 1/2 DNP 14
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    Brandon LaFell LSU 6024 211 32 3/4 8 3/4 4.59 9'05
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    Brandon Long Louisville 6021 216 31 1/4 9 3/4 4.46 20 41.5 10'03
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    Chris McGaha Arizona State 6007 201 31 3/4 10 1/8 DNP 19 40 10'02
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    Kerry Meier Kansas 6021 224 32 9 3/8 4.62 13 9'07
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    Carlton Mitchell South Florida 6027 215 32 1/2 9 1/2 4.49 16 10'02
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    Preston Parker North Alabama 5112 199 30 3/8 9 1/4 4.67 16 9'09
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    Jared Perry Missouri 6006 178 32 9 4.58 11 10'01
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    Taylor Price Ohio 6003 204 31 1/4 9 1/2 4.41 16 37.0
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    Brandon Reed Utah 6001 191 31 3/4 9 3/8 4.54 15
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    Andre Roberts Citadel 5107 195 31 1/2 9 1/2 4.46 15 10'00
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    Emmanuel Sanders Southern Methodist 5107 186 32 9 1/4 4.41 12 39.5 10'06
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    Jordan Shipley Texas 5112 193 30 1/2 9 5/8 4.57 16
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    Golden Tate Notre Dame 5102 199 30 1/2 9 1/4 4.42 17 10'00
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    Demaryius Thomas Georgia Tech 6032 224 33 10 1/2 DNP DNP
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    Verran Tucker California 6020* 200 33 1/4 9 1/4 DNP DNP
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    Chastin West Fresno State 6000* 212 32 3/4 9 7/8 4.54 15
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    Blair White Michigan State 6022 209 31 1/2 9 1/4 4.50 18
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    Damian Williams Southern Cal 6005 197 31 3/4 9 1/4 4.53 19 38.0
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    Jeremy Williams Tulane 6001 206 31 1/2 10 4.57 14


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    Kyle Williams Arizona State 5100 188 30 9 1/8 4.43 11 33.0
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    Mike Williams Syracuse 6014 221 32 1/2 9 1/4 4.45 8 33.5
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    Stephen Williams Toledo 6044 210 33 1/4 9 1/8 4.48 15 36.5 10'05
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    Ryan Wolfe UNLV 6010* 205 32 1/2 9 1/2 DNP 13
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  2. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Domer golden ... Notre Dame WR Golden Tate likely helped himself when he ran a sub-4.4 40 with an unofficial time of 4.36 at the scouting combine down the road in Indianapolis. Less heralded Kyle Williams of Arizona also had an unofficial clocking of 4.36, while other 40 times of note in the early going among the second group of WRs include a fast, unofficial clockings of 4.40 by Andre Roberts of the Citadel, 4.43s by Taylor Price of Ohio and SMU's Emanual Sanders, while 6-3, 215-pound South Florida junior Carlton Mitchell clocked an unofficial 4.44. The latter duo, though, probably had actually hoped for somewhat better times. At the same time, Mike Williams of Syracuse had a 4.49 time, while Damian Williams of USC had an unofficial clocking of 4.53. On the other hand, LSU's Brandon LaFell could only stop the clock in an unofficial 4.60, while Jordan Shipley of Texas ran an unofficial 4.57 and Tulane's Jeremy Williams struggled to a 4.63. Also of note Central Michigan QB Dan LeFevour will not throw today. LeFevour had indicated that he might throw to receivers from CMU but will now reportedly wait for his pro day next month. And again these are unofficial times which can be anywhere from 0.05 to 0.10 seconds slower official times.

    (10:00 AM): Ford, Banks flash speed at WR workout ... As expected, Clemson WR Jacoby Ford, a world-class sprinter who just happens to also play football for the Tigers, posted the fastest 40 time in the first group of WRs running at the scouting combine in Indianapolis this morning. Ford wasn't able to beat Tennessee RB Chris Johnson's record of 4.24 seconds, but did post a very quick unofficial time of 4.27 seconds. Meanwhile, Kansas State WR/KR Brandon Banks ran under 4.40 seconds while Marcus Easley of UConn had an unofficial time around 4.4. Illinois' Arrelious Benn also had a good showing posting an unofficial clocking of just under 4.5 seconds running at 220 pounds. On the other hand, Cincinnati's Mardy Gilyard was timed in only around 4.57 seconds unofficially, while Dezmon Briscoe of Kansas clocked in the 4.6 range.

    (12:01 AM): Pitt TE stays fast … Pittsburgh TE Dorin Dickerson didn’t lose any time off his very quick 40-yard runs during the first on-field workout at this week’s scouting combine in Indianapolis. Dickerson was officially credited with a WR like time of 4.40 seconds for the 40. Miami TE Jimmy Graham also ran well with an official time of 4.56 seconds, while Oregon’s Ed Dickson ran a 4.67, and Missouri State’s Clay Harbor, Iowa’s Tony Moeaki and Penn State’s Andrew Quarless all tied at 4.69. Meanwhile, pro scouts are hoping for a little more excitement when the QBs take the field later today after 16 of the 19 players at the position in Indianapolis declined to participate in the bench press. Of course, given the fact that top prospects like Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford, Jimmy Clausen of Notre Dame, Texas’ Colt McCoy, and Florida’s Tim Tebow have already said they won’t be throwing at today’s workout has taken a lot of the luster off the event. Meanwhile, Dan LeFevour of Central Michigan, who received a lot of criticism when he announced he also wouldn’t participate in the throwing drills, has reportedly changed his mind and will throw, but reportedly only to CMU receivers. The QBs that do participate fully will take the field with the RBs and WRs later today with the usual coverage by the NFL Network.

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