NFL Combine 2017 NFL Combine: RB 40 Times: 1. Chris Carson, RB, Oklahoma State: 4.58, 2. Corey Clement, RB, Wisconsin: 4.68, 3. Tarik Cohen, RB, North Carolina AT&T: 4.42, 4. James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh: 4.65, 5. Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State: 4.49, 6. Justin Davis, RB, USC: DNP, 7. Matt Dayes, RB, North Carolina State: DNP, 8. D'Onta Foreman, RB, Texas: DNP, 9. Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU: 4.51, 10. Wayne Gallman, RB, Clemson: 4.60, 11. De'Angelo Henderson, RB, Coastal Carolina: 4.48, 12. Brian Hill, RB, Wyoming: 4.54, 13. Elijah Hood, RB, North Carolina: DNP, 14. Kareem Hunt, RB, Toledo: 4.62, 15. Aaron Jones, RB, UTEP: 4.62, 16. Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee: 4.56, 17. T.J. Logan, RB, North Carolina: 4.37, 18. Marlon Mack, RB, South Florida: 4.50, 19. Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford: 4.48, 20. Elijah McGuire, RB, Louisiana-Lafayette: 4.53, 21. Jeremy McNichols, RB, Boise State: 4.49, 22. Dare Ogunbowale, RB, Wisconsin: 4.65, 23. Samaje Perine, RB, Oklahoma: 4.65, 24. Donnel Pumphrey, RB, San Diego State: 4.48, 25. Devine Redding, RB, Indiana: 4.72, 26. Sam Rodgers, FB, Virginia Tech: 4.93, 27. Rushel Shell, RB, West Virginia: 4.74, 28. De'Veon Smith, RB, Michigan: DNP, 29. Freddie Stevenson, FB, Florida State: 4.75, 30. Jahad Thomas, RB, Temple: 4.62, 30. Jamaal Williams, RB, BYU: 4.59, 31. Joe Williams, RB, Utah: 4.51, 32. Stanley Williams, RB, Kentucky: 4.41, OL 40 Times: 1. Isaac Asiata, OT/G/C, Utah: 5.34, 2. Erik Austell, OT/G/C, Charleston Southern: 5.23, 3. Zach Banner, OT/G, USC: 5.58, 4. Adam Bisnowaty, OT/G, Pittsburgh: 5.23, 5. Garrett Bolles, OT/G, Utah: 4.95, 6. Ben Braden, LG, Michigan: 5.04, 7. Daniel Brunskill, OT/G/C, San Diego State: DNP, 8. Collin Buchanan, OT/G, Miami Ohio: DNP, 9. Aviante Collins, OT, TCU: 4.81, 10. Ethan Cooper, LG, IUP: 5.36, 11. Julie'n Davenport, LT, Bucknell: 5.45, 12. Dion Dawkins, OT/G, Temple: 5.11, 13. J.J. Dielman, OT/G/C, Utah: DNP, 14. Jessamen Dunker, OT/G, Tennessee State: 4.98, 15. Pat Elflein, C/G, Ohio State: 5.32, 16. Jermaine Eluemunor, G, Texas A&M: 5.22, 17. Dan Feeney, OT/G/C, Indiana: 5.24, 18. Kyle Fuller, C, Baylor: 5.24, 19. Antonio Garcia, LT, Troy: 5.15, 20. Avery Gennesy, LT, Texas A&M: 5.35, 21. Sean Harlow, LG, Oregon State: 5.15, 22. Will Holden, LT, Vanderbilt: 5.47, 23. Danny Isidora, RG, Miami FL: 5.03, 24. Dorian Johnson, LG, Pittsburgh: 5.24, 25. Roderick Johnson, LT, Florida State: DNP, 26. Forrest Lamp, OT/G/C, Western Kentucky: 5.00, 27. Javarius Leamon, LT, South Carolina State: DNP, 28. Cameron Lee, RG, Illinois State: 5.40, 29. Corey Levin, LG, Chattanooga: 5.16, 30. Damien Mama, LG, USC: 5.84, 31. Conor McDermott, OT/G, UCLA: 5.18, 32. Jordan Morgan, LG, Kutztown: 5.36, 33. Taylor Moton, RG, Western Michigan: 5.18, 34. Tyler Orlosky, C/G, West Virginia: DNP, 35. Ethan Pocic, C/G, LSU: 5.15, 36. Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin: DNP, 37. Cam Robinson, OT/G, Alabama: 5.15, 38. Chase Roullier, LG, Wyoming: 5.54, 39. Justin Senior, RT, Mississippi State: 5.55, 40. David Sharpe, OT/G, Florida: 5.44, 41. Nico Siragusa, LG, San Diego State: 5.35, 42. Dan Skipper, OT, Arkansas: 5.42, 43. Sam Tevi, RT, Utah: 5.27, 44. Nate Theaker, OT/G, Wayne State: 5.41, 45. Jon Toth, C, Kentucky: 5.51, 46. Jerry Ugokwe, OT/G, William & Mary: 5.61, 47. Chad Wheeler, OT/G/C, USC: 5.48, OL 10 Yard Splits: 1. Isaac Asiata, OT/G/C, Utah: 1.85, 2. Erik Austell, OT/G/C, Charleston Southern: 1.80, 3. Zach Banner, OT/G, USC: 1.94, 4. Adam Bisnowaty, OT/G, Pittsburgh: 1.83, 5. Garrett Bolles, OT/G, Utah: 1.85, 6. Ben Braden, LG, Michigan: 1.76, 7. Daniel Brunskill, OT/G/C, San Diego State: DNP, 8. Collin Buchanan, OT/G, Miami Ohio: DNP, 9. Aviante Collins, OT, TCU: 1.69, 10. Ethan Cooper, LG, IUP: 1.87, 11. Julie'n Davenport, LT, Bucknell: 1.90, 12. Dion Dawkins, OT/G, Temple: 1.80, 13. J.J. Dielman, OT/G/C, Utah: DNP, 14. Jessamen Dunker, OT/G, Tennessee State: 1.80, 15. Pat Elflein, C/G, Ohio State: 1.88, 16. Jermaine Eluemunor, G, Texas A&M: 1.84, 17. Dan Feeney, OT/G/C, Indiana: 1.82, 18. Kyle Fuller, C, Baylor: 1.81, 19. Antonio Garcia, LT, Troy: 1.88, 20. Avery Gennesy, LT, Texas A&M: 1.84, 21. Sean Harlow, LG, Oregon State: 1.80, 22. Will Holden, LT, Vanderbilt: 1.84, 23. Danny Isidora, RG, Miami FL: 1.73, 24. Dorian Johnson, LG, Pittsburgh: 1.80, 25. Roderick Johnson, LT, Florida State: DNP, 26. Forrest Lamp, OT/G/C, Western Kentucky: 1.75, 27. Javarius Leamon, LT, South Carolina State: DNP, 28. Cameron Lee, RG, Illinois State: 1.70, 29. Corey Levin, LG, Chattanooga: 1.89, 30. Damien Mama, LG, USC: 1.96, 31. Conor McDermott, OT/G, UCLA: 1.85, 32. Jordan Morgan, LG, Kutztown: 1.86, 33. Taylor Moton, RG, Western Michigan: 1.86, 34. Tyler Orlosky, C/G, West Virginia: DNP, 35. Ethan Pocic, C/G, LSU: 1.85, 36. Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin: DNP, 37. Cam Robinson, OT/G, Alabama: 1.82, 38. Chase Roullier, LG, Wyoming: 1.94, 39. Justin Senior, RT, Mississippi State: 1.99, 40. David Sharpe, OT/G, Florida: 1.95, 41. Nico Siragusa, LG, San Diego State: 1.85, 42. Dan Skipper, OT, Arkansas: 1.87, 43. Sam Tevi, RT, Utah: 1.80, 44. Nate Theaker, OT/G, Wayne State: 1.94, 45. Jon Toth, C, Kentucky: 1.87, 46. Jerry Ugokwe, OT/G, William & Mary: 1.94, 47. Chad Wheeler, OT/G/C, USC: 1.89, OL Bench Press: 1. Isaac Asiata, OT/G/C, Utah: 35 reps, 2. Erik Austell, LT, Charleston Southern: DNP, 3. Zach Banner, OT/G, USC: 22 reps, 4. Adam Bisnowaty, OT/G, Pittsburgh: 23 reps, 5. Garrett Bolles, OT/G, Utah: DNP, 6. Ben Braden, LG, Michigan: 25 reps, 7. Daniel Brunskill, OT/G/C, San Diego State: 17 reps, 8. Collin Buchanan, OT/G, Miami Ohio: 23 reps, 9. Aviante Collins, OT, TCU: 34 reps, 10. Ethan Cooper, LG, IUP: 26 reps, 11. Julie'n Davenport, LT, Bucknell: 18 reps, 12. Dion Dawkins, OT/G, Temple: 26 reps, 13. J.J. Dielman, OT/G/C, Utah: 27 reps, 14. Jessamen Dunker, OT/G, Tennessee State: 23 reps, 15. Pat Elflein, C/G, Ohio State: 22 reps, 16. Jermaine Eluemunor, G, Texas A&M: 34 reps, 17. Dan Feeney, OT/G/C, Indiana: 26 reps, 18. Kyle Fuller, C, Baylor: DNP, 19. Antonio Garcia, LT, Troy: 24 reps, 20. Avery Gennesy, LT, Texas A&M: DNP, 21. Sean Harlow, LG, Oregon State: DNP, 22. Will Holden, LT, Vanderbilt: 23 reps, 23. Danny Isidora, RG, Miami FL: DNP, 24. Dorian Johnson, LG, Pittsburgh: 21 reps, 25. Roderick Johnson, LT, Florida State: DNP, 26. Forrest Lamp, OT/G/C, Western Kentucky: 34 reps, 27. Javarius Leamon, LT, South Carolina State: DNP, 28. Cameron Lee, RG, Illinois State: DNP, 29. Corey Levin, LG, Chattanooga: DNP, 30. Damien Mama, LG, USC: DNP, 31. Conor McDermott, OT/G, UCLA: DNP, 32. Jordan Morgan, LG, Kutztown: DNP, 33. Taylor Moton, RG, Western Michigan: 23 reps, 34. Tyler Orlosky, C/G, West Virginia: DNP, 35. Ethan Pocic, C/G, LSU: 26 reps, 36. Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin: 25 reps, 37. Cam Robinson, OT/G, Alabama: DNP, 38. Chase Roullier, LG, Wyoming: DNP, 39. Justin Senior, RT, Mississippi State: DNP, 40. David Sharpe, OT/G, Florida: 19 reps, 41. Nico Siragusa, LG, San Diego State: DNP, 42. Dan Skipper, OT, Arkansas: DNP, 43. Sam Tevi, RT, Utah: DNP, 44. Nate Theaker, OT/G, Wayne State: DNP, 45. Jon Toth, C, Kentucky: DNP, 46. Jerry Ugokwe, OT/G, William & Mary: DNP, 47. Chad Wheeler, OT/G/C, USC: DNP




2017 NFL Combine: Day 1 Recap




Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Posted on: 3/3/2017.



Offensive Linemen Combine Results




This is one of the weakest offensive line groups in years. Right now, Cam Robinson is the best of the worst.




Player
Position
School
Height
Weight
Unofficial 40 Time
Official 40 Time
10 Yard Split
Bench Press
Arm
Projected Round
Isaac Asiata
OT/G/C
6-foot-3
325 lbs
5.40
5.34
1.85
35 reps
32 3/4
3rd
Erik Austell
OT/G/C
6-foot-3
301 lbs
5.22
5.23
1.80
DNP
32
Undrafted
Zach Banner
OT/G
6-foot-8
361 lbs
5.59
5.58
1.94
22 reps
33 5/8
6th
Adam Bisnowaty
OT/G
6-foot-5
307 lbs
5.25
5.23
1.83
23 reps
32 5/8
4th
Garrett Bolles
OT/G
6-foot-5
297 lbs
4.99
4.95
1.71
DNP
34
2nd
Ben Braden
G
6-foot-6
329 lbs
5.04
5.04
1.78
25 reps
34
3rd
Daniel Brunskill
OT/G/C
6-foot-5
273 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
17 reps
33 7/8
Undrafted
Collin Buchanan
OT/G
6-foot-5
316 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
23 reps
32 5/8
Undrafted
Aviante Collins
OT
6-foot-4
295 lbs
4.80
4.81
1.69
34 reps
33 3/8
4th
Ethan Cooper
LG
6-foot-2
322 lbs
5.37
5.36
1.87
26 reps
32 5/8
6th
Julie'n Davenport
LT
6-foot-6
310 lbs
5.47
5.45
1.90
18 reps
36
4th
Dion Dawkins
OT/G
6-foot-3
317 lbs
5.13
5.11
1.80
26 reps
34 5/8
4th
J.J. Dielman
OT/G/C
6-foot-5
309 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
27 reps
33 1/2
6th
Jessamen Dunker
OT/G
6-foot-4
306 lbs
5.03
4.98
1.80
23 reps
34 1/4
6th
Pat Elflein
C/G
6-foot-3
303 lbs
5.32
5.32
1.88
22 reps
33 1/4
2nd
Jermaine Eluemunor
G
6-foot-4
332 lbs
5.20
5.22
1.84
34 reps
33 1/4
5th
Dan Feeney
OT/G/C
6-foot-4
304 lbs
5.26
5.24
1.82
26 reps
33 1/8
2nd
Kyle Fuller
C
6-foot-4
306 lbs
5.28
5.24
1.81
DNP
34
5th
Antonio Garcia
LT
6-foot-6
292 lbs
5.26
5.15
1.88
24 reps
32 7/8
3rd
Avery Gennessy
LT
6-foot-3
318 lbs
5.42
5.35
1.92
DNP
33 5/8
7th
Sean Harlow
LG
6-foot-4
303 lbs
5.15
5.15
1.80
DNP
32
Undrafted
Will Holden
LT
6-foot-7
311 lbs
5.45
5.47
1.84
23 reps
33 1/4
7th
Danny Isidora
RG
6-foot-3
311 lbs
5.04
5.03
1.73
DNP
32 1/2
6th
Dorian Johnson
LG
6-foot-5
300 lbs
5.28
5.24
1.80
21 reps
35 1/4
3rd
Roderick Johnson
LT
6-foot-7
297 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
36
6th
Forrest Lamp
OT/G/C
6-foot-3
305 lbs
4.99
5.00
1.75
34 reps
31 1/8
1st
Javarius Leamon
LT
6-foot-7
332 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
35 1/4
Undrafted
Cameron Lee
RG
6-foot-5
312 lbs
5.42
5.40
1.75
DNP
33 7/8
Undrafted
Corey Levin
LG
6-foot-3
305 lbs
5.19
5.16
1.89
DNP
33 1/4
6th
Damien Mama
LG
6-foot-3
334 lbs
5.85
5.84
1.96
DNP
35
7th
Conor McDermott
OT/G
6-foot-8
305 lbs
5.17
5.18
1.85
DNP
34
4th
Jordan Morgan
LG
6-foot-2
313 lbs
5.36
5.36
1.86
DNP
33 1/4
5th
Taylor Moton
RG
6-foot-5
330 lbs
5.18
5.18
1.86
23 reps
33 1/8
Undrafted
Tyler Orlosky
C/G
6-foot-3
292 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
31 3/4
3rd
Ethan Pocic
C/G
6-foot-6
307 lbs
5.15
5.15
1.85
26 reps
32 5/8
2nd
Ryan Ramczyk
OT
6-foot-6
310 lsbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
25 reps
33 3/4
1st
Cam Robinson
OT/G
6-foot-6
322 lbs
5.15
5.15
1.82
DNP
35 1/2
1st
Chase Roullier
LG
6-foot-4
312 lbs
5.59
5.54
1.94
DNP
32 1/4
Undrafted
Justin Senior
RT
6-foot-4
322 lbs
5.64
5.55
1.99
DNP
33 7/8
4th
David Sharpe
OT/G
6-foot-6
343 lbs
5.46
5.44
1.95
19 reps
35 1/2
5th
Nico Siragusa
LG
6-foot-4
326 lbs
5.42
5.35
1.85
DNP
32 3/4
4th
Dan Skipper
OT
6-foot-9
315 lbs
5.42
5.42
1.87
DNP
33 3/8
7th
Sam Tevi
RT
6-foot-5
311 lbs
5.29
5.27
1.80
DNP
34
7th
Nate Theaker
OT/G
6-foot-5
315 lbs
5.51
5.41
1.94
DNP
32 5/8
5th
Jon Toth
C
6-foot-4
305 lbs
5.51
5.51
1.87
DNP
33 1/8
4th
Jerry Ugokwe
OT/G
6-foot-7
321 lbs
5.63
5.61
2.00
DNP
35 3/8
7th
Chad Wheeler
OT/G/C
6-foot-7
306 lbs
5.50
5.48
1.89
DNP
33 1/8
6th

Offensive Linemen Combine Recap: Ryan Ramzcyk was considered the top offensive tackle in the 2017 NFL Draft prior to having hip surgery. The one year starter for Wisconsin at left tackle may lose the top spot as the best offensive tackle in the 2017 NFL Draft if Cam Robinson or Garrett Bolles stands out at the 2017 NFL Combine. The Denver Broncos who pick at 20 view Ramczyk as a serious left tackle prospect so he may get picked 20th despite being my third best offensive tackle behind Cam Robinson and Julie'n Davenport.


Neither Garrett Bolles or Cam Robinson did the Bench Press at the 2017 NFL Combine. Conor McDermott my fourth best offensive tackle did not participate in the Bench Press drill either Ramczyk did 25 reps despite having hip surgery and interviewed with the New York Giants. Davenport only did 18 reps on the bench press so its hard for me to say that Davenport is the second best offensive tackle because now I'm wondering if he will ever develop the strength to maintain blocks.


The real winner in the Bench Press drill was Western Kentucky's Forrest Lamp who did 34 reps on the bench press. I mocked Lamp to Denver at 20 before he got injured on the first day of the Senior Bowl. If Lamp didn't get injured in Mobile, I'd probably be making a case for someone to take Forrest Lamp in the top 10.


So far after examining the bench press drill I'm really only sold on two offensive lineman as first round picks. Those players are Ryan Ramczyk the left tackle out of Wisconsin and Forrest Lamp the left tackle at Western Kentucky who has experience at all 5 positions on the offensive line.


Garrett Bolles had the best 40 time among the first group. Bolles did enough in the first group to put himself in the second round. He's still not a first round prospect in my eyes until he sells me in the kick slide drill as well as the bench press.


Davenport struggled with his 40 time. Davenport is looking more and more like a day 3 pick. He needs to ace the kick slide drill to salvage his day 2 stock.


Pat Elflein is the top center in the draft. He wasn't terrible, but he also failed to stand out validating why most have Elflein as a day 2 prospect at the moment. Elflein showed outstanding run blocking footwork, but his pass blocking footwork looked shaky. Pat Elflein kept his eyes up when executing the pull blocking drill. He also showed the proper hand placement in the exact spot when pull blocking. One thing I love about Elflein is he will stare at a defender with so much intensity on running plays. He showed he has the run blocking, run blocking strength, and run blocking footwork to have an instant impact in a run blocking scheme. Elflein showed the pass blocking footwork in the kick slide drill despite struggling in another drill that involved him using pass blocking footwork. Elflein has the footwork and technique to start on the offensive line, but you want to see him get stronger as both a pass blocker and a run blocker. Elflein mirrored a defender well in the one-on-one drill.


Zach Banner did a great job displaying quality pass blocking footwork. I cannot see him as a left tackle with his size, but he has enough talent and ability to develop into a starting right tackle.


Dion Dawkins struggled with the his knee bend. He's gonna be limited to a guard role.


I raved about Indiana right guard Dan Feeney's footwork in both pass blocking and run blocking situations in my 2017 NFL Draft: Guard Rankings. He showed why his footwork is exceptional for a blocker despite not standing out in the 40-yard dash or the bench press. Feeney may be a second round pick, but he's an NFL starter in my eyes since he lined up at left guard, center, right guard, and right tackle in Mobile. Left tackle is the only position on the offensive line that Feeney cannot play.


Erik Austell looked down during the pull blocking drill. Zach Banner on the other hand looked up the entire time. He looked up so much that he was taking charge projecting confidence. Adam Bisnowaty and Garrett Bolles did the same. Michigan's Ben Braden followed suit. Daniel Brunskill from San Diego State did well with the pull blocking drill as well.


Dan Feeney was one of the players who looked down on his blocks. He may be able to execute a basic block, but pull blocking is something Feeney still needs to improve in despite his talent on tape. Feeney showed the pass blocking footwork in the one-on-one drill where you mirror defenders at the NFL Combine.


Collin Buchanan did well in the pull blocking drill. That was the only drill we saw Buchanan play in.


Both Julie'n Davenport and Jessamen Dunker placed their hands too high in the pull blocking drill where the center goes after the linebacker.


Utah left guard Isaac Asiata is versatile enough to play all five positions on the offensive line. He has short arms and his pass blocking footwork looked much worse at the 2017 NFL Combine. Asiata is going to be a guard in the NFL and he seems like a poor listener having to repeat the drill four times.


Erik Austell showed good pass blocking footwork. He needs to get stronger. Both Zach Banner and Adam Bisnowaty struggled in the kick slide drill. Garrett Bolles also struggled along with Ben Braden. A lot of these players look like right tackles or guards just based on their pass blocking footwork. Bisnowaty will probably move into my guard rankings. Pat Elflein was the lone player in group one that impressed me in the kick slide drill.


Davenport displayed good pass blocking footwork. He places his hands too high on running plays and his hands too low on passing plays.


Adam Bisnowaty did well in the one-one-one mirroring drill where you have to use pass blocking footwork to mirror the opposing defender. Bisnowaty seems like an immediate starter at guard and someone you can develop into a right tackle down the road. He played right tackle at Fox Chapel as well as guard, but moved to left tackle at Pittsburgh. I see Bisnowaty as a starting guard with potential to become a right tackle.


Garrett Bolles did enough with his speed to show me he could be a great run blocker. He still struggled with pass blocking footwork and did not do the bench press. He's not the third round prospect I made him out to be, but he still hasn't shown me he's fixed his weaknesses showing me he's a second round prospect receiving first round hype. Bolles redeemed himself in the one-on-one drill where he would mirror up against opposing guards. I still need to see more from Bolles, but he has a chance to be the top tackle picked if he aces Utah's Pro Day.


When it came to pull blocking LSU center Ethan Pocic, San Diego State left guard Nico Siragusa, and Kentucky center Jon Toth. The most complete offensive lineman in the second group is Forrest Lamp. Lamp showed he's a first round pick. Cam Robinson also looked good in the kick slide drills showing left tackle ability. I see Robinson as a first-to-second round pick now and with a strong Pro Day at Alabama, Robinson can do just enough to slip into the late first round. Robinson has interviews with the Broncos and Giants at 20 and 23. Both of those teams interviewed Wisconsin left tackle Ryan Ramczyk, but scheduled interviews with Robinson due to being impressed with his NFL Combine. Elflein and Pocic showed they can be starting centers in the NFL.


Running Back Combine Results



Leonard Fournette and Dalvin Cook are in an intense battle to be the top running back drafted. This years running back group is pretty deep.




Player
Position
School
Height
Weight
Unofficial 40 Time
Official 40 Time
10 Yard Split
Bench Press
Arm
Projected Round
Chris Carson
RB
6-foot-0
218 lbs
4.59
4.58
DNP
23 reps
33 1/4
7th
Corey Clement
RB
5-foot-10
221 lbs
4.72
4.68
DNP
19 reps
30 7/8
Undrafted
Tarik Cohen
RB
5-foot-6
179 lbs
4.42
4.42
DNP
11 reps
29 3/4
5th
James Conner
RB
6-foot-1
233 lbs
4.67
4.65
DNP
20 reps
31 1/4
4th
Dalvin Cook
RB
5-foot-10
210 lbs
4.50
4.49
DNP
22 reps
32 3/8
1st
Justin Davis
RB
6-foot-1
208 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
21 reps
31
Undrafted
Matt Dayes
RB
5-foot-8
207 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
18 reps
29 1/4
5th
D'Onta Foreman
RB
6-foot-0
233 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
18 reps
31 3/8
3rd
Leonard Fournette
RB
6-foot-0
240 lbs
4.51
4.51
DNP
DNP
31 5/8
1st
Wayne Gallman
RB
6-foot-0
215 lbs
4.59
4.60
DNP
21 reps
32 5/8
5th
De'Angelo Henderson
RB
5-foot-7
208 lbs
4.48
4.48
DNP
20 reps
29
5th
Brian Hill
RB
6-foot-1
219 lbs
4.54
4.54
DNP
15 reps
31 3/8
3rd
Elijah Hood
RB
6-foot-0
220 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
18 reps
30 3/8
7th
Kareem Hunt
RB
5-foot-10
208 lbs
4.66
4.62
DNP
18 reps
31 1/8
5th
Aaron Jones
RB
5-foot-9
208 lbs
4.52
4.62
DNP
16 reps
32 1/2
7th
Alvin Kamara
RB
5-foot-10
215 lbs
4.53
4.56
DNP
15 reps
32 3/4
4th
T.J. Logan
RB
5-foot-9
196 lbs
4.37
4.37
DNP
17 reps
32
6th
Marlon Mack
RB
5-foot-11
213 lbs
4.51
4.50
DNP
15 reps
32
4th
Christian McCaffrey
RB
5-foot-11
202 lbs
4.49
4.48
DNP
10 reps
30
1st
Elijah McGuire
RB
5-foot-11
214 lbs
4.52
4.53
DNP
15 reps
31
Undrafted
Jeremy McNichols
RB
5-foot-9
214 lbs
4.52
4.49
DNP
DNP
31 1/2
4th
Dare Ogunbowale
RB
5-foot-11
213 lbs
4.65
4.65
DNP
14 reps
31 3/8
Undrafted
Samaje Perine
RB
5-foot-11
233 lbs
4.66
4.65
DNP
30 reps
30 3/8
5th
Donnell Pumphrey
RB
5-foot-8
169 lbs
4.49
4.48
1.76
5 reps
28 1/8
5th
Devine Redding
RB
5-foot-8
205 lbs
4.78
4.76
1.70
16 reps
29 1/4
6th
Sam Rogers
FB
5-foot-10
231 lbs
4.96
4.93
1.75
19 reps
30 1/4
Undrafted
Rushel Shell
RB
5-foot-10
227 lbs
4.78
4.74
1.75
21 reps
30
Undrafted
De'Veon Smith
RB
5-foot-11
220 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
22 reps
32 3/4
7th
Freddie Stevenson
FB
6-foot-0
236 lbs
4.76
4.75
1.68
24 reps
32 3/8
6th
Jahad Thomas
RB
5-foot-11
190 lbs
4.63
4.62
1.62
11 reps
30 3/8
Undrafted
Jamaal Williams
RB
6-foot-0
211 lbs
4.60
4.59
1.67
DNP
30 1/2
Undrafted
Joe Williams
RB
5-foot-11
210 lbs
4.48
4.51
1.65
14 reps
30 3/4
7th
Stanley Williams
RB
5-foot-7
190 lbs
4.51
4.41
1.59
18 reps
30
7th

Running Back Combine Recap: Leonard Fournette, Dalvin Cook, and Christian McCaffrey all showed why they are first round running backs. I think all three backs are top 20 players, but none of the 3 are worth taking in the top 10. I'm selling both Alvin Kamara and Joe Mixon as first round backs. I honestly would not take either until day 3 of the 2017 NFL Combine.


Other running backs like, D'Onta Foreman, Brian Hill, Kareem Hunt, Corey Clement, Tarik Cohen, and De'Angelo Henderson impressed.


Tarik Cohen, Leonard Fournette, De'Angelo Henderson, Brian Hill, Kareem Hunt, Aaron Jones, T.J. Logan, Marlon Mack, Christian McCaffrey, Elijah Mcguire, Jeremy McNichols, De'Veon Smith, Jahad Thomas, and Joe Williams all went through the pass catching drills without dropping a pass. Only 14 of the 32 running backs were flawless in the pass catching drills at the 2017 NFL Combine.


Christian McCaffrey was the big winner today. He validated his first round status and made a case for why you should take him over Fornette or Cook. I don't think he did enough to take the top spot outright, but this goes from being a 1A 1B with Fournette VS Cook to a 1A, 1B, vs 1C thing with Fournette, Cook, and McCaffrey.








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