Post-NFL Combine notes from draft analyst Al Dupuy
Players who did well and helped themselves:
Nick Bosa DE Ohio State — ran 4.79, 29 reps bench
Quinnen Williams DT Alabama — ran 4.83 at over 300 pounds, DNP in bench
Rashan Gary DE Michigan — ran 4.58 and did 26 reps
Delvin Bush LB Michigan — ran 4.43 and did 21 reps
Garrett Bradbury OC NC State — ran 4.92 and was impressive on the bench with 34 reps
D.K. Metcalf WR Ole Miss — was outstanding with a 4.33 time and tops on the bench for his position with 27 reps
Parris Campbell WR Ohio State – was fastest wideout with a 4.31 clocking but only did 11 reps on the bench
Noah Fant TE Kentucky — ran well best among TE’s 4.50 and did 20 on the bench
Andre Dillard OL Washington State – ran 4.96 and did 24 on the bench
Chris Lindstrom OL Boston College — ran 4.91 and did 25 reps
Montez Sweat DE Mississippi State — The top performing edge rusher had an eye-opening 4.41 and did 21 reps.
Dexter DL Lawrence Clemson — topped the combine with 36 reps.
Jamel Dean CB Auburn — led the pack with a 4.30 clocking and did 16 reps.
Zedrick Woods FS Ole Miss – fastest player at the combine with a time of 4.29 and did 17 Reps
The best time by a RB was turned in by Justice Hill Oklahoma St. 4.40 he did 21 Reps as well
Players who did not do as well in Indianapolis:
Kaden Smith TE Stanford — only ran a 4.92 and 15 reps
CB Brace Brown Troy only ran 4.75, slow for the position.
D’Cota Dixon SS Wisconsin — only ran 4.81 but did do 20 reps.
Among the Locals:
Foster Moreau, TE out of Jesuit and LSU, helped himself by running 4.66 and posted 22 on the bench. He may move up the draft board a bit.
Irv Smith, TE out of Brother Martin and Alabama, ran a 4.63 with 19 reps.
Delvin White, the sensational LSU linebacker, ran 4.42 (best of his position) and did 22 reps.
Greedy Williams, the LSU cornerback, ran a blazing 4.37 but DNP on the bench.
Kendall Sheffield, Ohio State cornerback, suffered a torn Pectoral muscle on the bench press. Clemson linebacker Tre Lamar hurt his shoulder, also on the bench.
Mack Wilson, the Alabama linebacker, did not work due to a sore hamstring, but scouts were also not impressed by his interview. Wilson is rated right behind Devin White at inside linebacker.
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Dupuy is the owner of Draft Day Report, The Pro Prospects Draft Scrapbook, a must for any draftnik following the NFL. Al was born in Plaquemine, La., and moved to New Orleans when he was 6 years old. He grew up on Tulane Ave. two blocks from Pelican Stadium and became interested in sports at an early age. He went…