Workout Warriors at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine

WR D.K. Metcalf (6-3, 228)

Metcalf had everyone talking after a jaw-dropping combine workout. The chiseled 228-pound wide receiver ran a blazing 4.33 40-yard dash that seems too fast to be true. The former Ole Miss standout also showed off his strength with 27 bench press reps, tied for the most among all wideouts.

WR Parris Campbell (6-0, 205)

Ohio State is known for producing speedy wide receivers, and Campbell is the latest example. He ran a 4.31 40-yard dash and posted an 11’3” broad jump in addition to a crisp route-running display.

TE Noah Fant (6-4, 249)

Fant made his case for the title of top tight end in the class after posting a 4.5 40-yard dash to go along with 20 bench press reps. The former Iowa Hawkeye also paced the tight end group with a 6.81 three-cone and 11.49 60-yard shuttle.

RB Justice Hill (5-10, 198)

The running backs haven’t generated much buzz this year, but the explosive Hill did quite well for himself in Indy. The former Oklahoma State Cowboy was the fastest running back with a 4.4 40-yard dash and he also jumped the highest with a 40-inch vertical.

C Garrett Bradbury (6-3, 306)

The Charlotte native and former N.C. State lineman made a strong case for first-round consideration. He completed 34 bench reps and displayed athleticism with a 4.92 40-yard dash (second fastest among O-linemen) and 7.41 three-cone drill (fastest among O-linemen).

OT Andre Dillard (6-5, 315)

Dillard could be the first offensive tackle off the board after testing so well in Indy. The nimble big man from Washington State ran a 4.96 40-yard dash and broad jumped 9’10” – the best mark among offensive linemen.

QB Daniel Jones (6-5, 221)

The Duke product and Charlotte native already was viewed as a potential first-round selection before tying for the top broad jump at his position (10 feet even), recording the second-fastest three-cone time among QBs and tying for the third best vertical among QBs (33.5 inches).

QB Easton Stick (6-1, 224)

The not nearly as heralded North Dakota State signal-caller turned some heads with the fastest three-cone drill (6.65) and 20-yard shuttle time (4.05) for quarterbacks while placing third at the position in the 40, the broad jump and the vertical jump.

Edge Montez Sweat (6-6, 260)

Sweat stole the show with a 4.41 40-yard dash, the fastest time for any player above 260 pounds since combine measurements became official in 2003. That kind of speed paired with his production at Mississippi State makes Sweat look like a potential top-10 pick.

DT Quinnen Williams (6-3, 303)

A 4.83 40-yard dash at 303 pounds?! Guys that big shouldn’t be able to move that fast. Williams is a special talent who could be in consideration for the No. 1 overall pick.

Edge Ben Banogu (6-3, 250)

The former TCU edge rusher was a top performer in several categories, posting a 4.62 40-yard dash, a 40-inch vertical and an 11’2” broad jump.

LB Devin White (6-0, 237)

White was a star at LSU and his 4.42 40-yard dash has evaluators believing he can be a star at the next level. His 39.5-inch vertical was also second among linebackers.

LB Devin Bush (5-11, 234)

Bush and White are battling to be the first linebacker selected, and they waged a terrific battle in Indy. The former Michigan Wolverine was a hair behind White in the 40 (4.43) and edged White in the vertical with a 40.5-inch leap.

CB Jamel Dean (6-1, 206)

The former Auburn cornerback ran a 4.3 40-yard dash and posted a 41-inch vertical leap, and he did it with impressive size that NFL teams covet. The unheralded prospect certainly helped his stock by testing so well in Indy.

S Juan Thornhill (6-0, 205)

Thornhill came to the combine as one of the top safeties and he made a statement with his workout. The former Virginia Cavalier ran a 4.42 40-yard dash and led all players at the combine with a 44-inch vertical. Plus, his 21 bench press reps were second most at his position.

S Zedrick Woods (5-11, 205)

Woods claimed the title of fastest man at the combine with a 4.29 40-yard dash, and that alone earns a spot on this list. Another unheralded prospected, the former three-year starter Ole Miss now has people talking.

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