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    NFL Combine records

    Fastest 40 Yard Times

    4.24 - Rondel Melendez, (WR), Eastern Kentucky - 1999
    4.28 - Jerome Mathis, (WR), Hampton - 2005
    4.28 - *Champ Bailey, (CB), Georgia - 1999
    4.29 - Stanford Routt, (CB), Houston - 2005
    4.29 - Jay Hinton, (RB), Morgan State - 1999
    4.29 - *Fabian Washington, (CB), Nebraska - 2005
    4.30 - Yamon Figurs (WR), Kansas State - 2007
    4.30 - Darrent Williams, (CB), Oklahoma State - 2005
    4.31 - *Johnathan Joseph, (CB), South Carolina - 2006
    4.31 - Aaron Lockett, (WR), Kansas State - 2002
    4.31 - Santana Moss, (WR), Miami - 2001
    4.32 - *Troy Williamson, (WR), South Carolina - 2005
    4.32 - *Chad Jackson, (WR), Florida - 2006
    4.32 - Jason Hill (WR), Washington State - 2007
    4.32 - Tim Jennings, (CB), Georgia - 2006
    4.32 - Chris McKenzie, (CB), Arizona State - 2005
    4.32 - Tim Carter, (WR), Auburn - 2002
    4.32 - Kevin Garrett, (CB), Southern Methodist - 2003
    4.32 - Antwan Harris, (CB), Virginia - 2000
    4.33 - Carlos Francis, (WR), Texas Tech - 2004
    4.33 - Karsten Bailey, (WR), Auburn - 1999
    4.33 - Chris Chambers, (WR), Wisconsin - 2001
    4.34 - *Ahmad Carroll, (CB), Arkansas - 2004
    4.34 - Domonique Foxworth, (CB), Maryland - 2005
    4.34 - Tyrone Calico, (WR), Middle Tennessee State - 2003
    Most 225 Pound Reps

    51 - Justin Ernest, (DT), Eastern Kentucky - 1999
    45 - Mike Kudla, (DE), Ohio State - 2006
    45 - Leif Larsen, (DT), Texas-El Paso - 2000
    44 - Brodrick Bunkley, (DT), Florida State - 2006
    43 - Scott Young, (OG), BYU - 2005
    42 - Tank Tyler (DT), North Carolina State - 2007
    42 - Isaac Sopoaga, (DT), Hawaii - 2004
    41 - Terna Nande, (OLB), Miami (OHIO) - 2006
    41 - *Igor Olshansky, (DT), Oregon - 2004
    40 - Zach Piller, (OT), Florida - 1999
    40 - Justin Blalock (OG), Texas - 2007
    40 - Manny Ramirez (OG), Texas Tech - 2007
    38 - Tony Pashos, (OT), Illinois - 2003
    38 - Craig Page, (C), Georgia Tech - 1999
    38 - Jeff Smith, (C), Wyoming - 1999
    37 - *Wayne Hunter, (OT), Hawaii - 2003
    37 - *Haloti Ngata, (DT), Oregon - 2006
    37 - Roberto Garza, (C), Texas AM-Kingsville - 2001
    37 - Victor Leyva, (OG), Arizona State - 2001
    37 - Moran Norris, (FB), Kansas - 2001
    36 - Gabe Watson, (DT), Michigan - 2006
    36 - *Vince Wilfork, (DT), Miami - 2004
    36 - Liam Ezekiel, (ILB), Northeastern - 2005
    36 - Scott Peters, (C), Arizona State - 2002
    36 - Makoa Freitas, (OG), Arizona - 2003
    Best Vertical Jump

    46 - Gerald Sensabaugh, (FS), North Carolina - 2005
    45 1/2 - Derek Wake, (OLB), Penn State - 2005
    45 - Chris McKenzie, (CB), Arizona State - 2005
    45 - Chris Chambers, (WR), Wisconsin - 2001
    43 1/2 - Dustin Fox, (FS), Ohio State - 2005
    43 1/2 - Jay Hinton, (RB), Morgan State - 1999
    43 1/2 - Kevin Kasper, (WR), Iowa - 2001
    43 1/2 - Jerry Azumah, (RB), New Hampshire - 1999
    43 - Scott Starks, (CB), Wisconsin - 2005
    43 - Cedric James, (WR), TCU - 2001
    42 1/2 - Jonathan Carter, (WR), Troy - 2001
    42 1/2 - Nate Burleson, (WR), Nevada - 2003
    42 1/2 - Brock Williams, (CB), Notre Dame - 2001
    42 - Kerry Rhodes, (FS), Louisville - 2005
    42 - Ellis Hobbs, (CB), Iowa State - 2005
    42 - *William Green, (RB), Boston College - 2002
    42 - *Vernon Davis, (TE), Maryland - 2006
    42 - Mark Anderson, (DE), Alabama - 2006
    42 - Boss Bailey, (OLB), Georgia - 2003
    42 - Scott Fujita, (OLB), California - 2002
    42 - Raonall Smith, (OLB), Washington State - 2002
    42 - Rashad Holman, (CB), Louisville - 2001
    42 - Santana Moss, (WR), Miami - 2001
    42 - Pierson Prioleau, (FS), Virginia Tech - 1999
    41 1/2 - Reuben Houston, (CB), Georgia Tech - 2006
    Fastest 10 Yard Times

    1.43 - Aundrae Allison (WR), East Carolina - 2007
    1.43 - Eric Weddle (SS), Utah - 2007
    1.43 - Marcus McCauley (CB), Fresno State - 2007
    1.45 - Leon Hall (CB), Michigan - 2007
    1.46 - Colin Branch, (FS), Stanford - 2003
    1.46 - Kenny Scott (CB), Georgia Tech - 2007
    1.46 - Josh Wilson (CB), Maryland - 2007
    1.46 - Brandon McDonald (CB), Memphis - 2007
    1.46 - *Reggie Nelson (FS), Florida - 2007
    1.46 - Lorenzo Booker (RB), Florida State - 2007
    1.46 - *Fabian Washington, (CB), Nebraska - 2005
    1.46 - Tarell Brown (CB), Texas - 2007
    1.46 - Laurent Robinson (WR), Illinois State - 2007
    1.46 - Steve Smith (WR), Southern Cal - 2007
    1.46 - Anthony Arline (CB), Baylor - 2007
    1.47 - *Sidney Rice (WR), South Carolina - 2007
    1.47 - LaRon Landry (FS), LSU - 2007
    1.47 - Jay Hinton, (RB), Morgan State - 1999
    1.47 - Rondel Melendez, (WR), Eastern Kentucky - 1999
    1.47 - Justin Fargas, (RB), Southern Cal - 2003
    1.47 - Yamon Figurs (WR), Kansas State - 2007
    1.47 - DeShawn Wynn (RB), Florida - 2007
    1.48 - Tim Jennings, (CB), Georgia - 2006
    1.48 - Sinorice Moss, (WR), Miami - 2006
    1.48 - Domonique Foxworth, (CB), Maryland - 2005
    1.48 - Antwan Harris, (CB), Virginia - 2000
    1.48 - *Champ Bailey, (CB), Georgia - 1999
    Fastest 20-Yard Shuttle Times

    3.73 - Kevin Kasper, (WR), Iowa - 2001
    3.76 - Deion Branch, (WR), Louisville - 2002
    3.78 - Dunta Robinson, (CB), South Carolina - 2004
    3.79 - *Champ Bailey, (CB), Georgia - 1999
    3.82 - Dante' Hall, (RB), Texas A&M - 2000
    3.83 - Jason Allen, (FS), Tennessee - 2006
    3.83 - Kevin Bentley, (OLB), NorthWestern - 2002
    3.83 - Terence Newman, (CB), Kansas State - 2003
    3.84 - Justin Beriault, (FS), Ball State - 2005
    3.84 - Carlos Rogers, (CB), Auburn - 2005
    3.84 - Troy Walters, (WR), Stanford - 2000
    3.85 - Rashad Holman, (CB), Louisville - 2001
    3.86 - Creig Spann, (WR), Arizona State - 1999
    3.86 - Matt Graham, (SS), Indiana State - 1999
    3.86 - Kevin Brooks, (CB), South Carolina - 1999
    3.86 - Jay Hinton, (RB), Morgan State - 1999
    3.86 - Kevin Johnson, (WR), Syracuse - 1999
    3.86 - Jason Hebert, (FS), Rice - 2002
    3.86 - Jerry Azumah, (RB), New Hampshire - 1999
    3.86 - Chris Watson, (CB), Eastern Illinois - 1999
    3.87 - Randy Fasani, (QB), Stanford - 2002
    3.87 - Coy Wire, (SS), Stanford - 2002
    3.88 - Ryan Tolhurst, (WR), Richmond - 2002
    3.88 - Kevin Curtis, (FS), Texas Tech - 2002
    3.88 - Kendrick Starling, (WR), San Jose State - 2004
    Fastest Three Cone Drill Times

    6.45 - Sedrick Curry, (CB), Texas A&M - 2000
    6.48 - Rogers Beckett, (FS), Marshall - 2000
    6.49 - Carlos Rogers, (CB), Auburn - 2005
    6.50 - Leon Hall (CB), Michigan - 2007
    6.51 - Jon McGraw, (SS), Kansas State - 2002
    6.54 - *Anthony Gonzalez (WR), Ohio State - 2007
    6.56 - Ben Taylor, (ILB), Virginia Tech - 2002
    6.56 - Kevin Kasper, (WR), Iowa - 2001
    6.60 - Trent Gamble, (FS), Wyoming - 2000
    6.60 - Marcus Griffin (SS), Texas - 2007
    6.61 - Courtney Roby, (WR), Indiana - 2005
    6.61 - Troy Walters, (WR), Stanford - 2000
    6.61 - Marcus McCauley (CB), Fresno State - 2007
    6.62 - Coy Wire, (SS), Stanford - 2002
    6.62 - Dante' Hall, (RB), Texas A&M - 2000
    6.62 - Johnnie Lee Higgins (WR), Texas-El Paso - 2007
    6.63 - Ketric Sanford, (RB), Houston - 2000
    6.63 - Matt Farmer, (WR), Air Force - 2000
    6.63 - *Ben Kelly, (CB), Colorado - 2000
    6.64 - Keith Brown, (RB), UCLA - 2000
    6.64 - Stanford Routt, (CB), Houston - 2005
    6.64 - Tye Hill, (CB), Clemson - 2006
    6.64 - Demarcus Faggins, (CB), Kansas State - 2002
    6.65 - Ryan Tolhurst, (WR), Richmond - 2002
    6.65 - Omare Lowe, (CB), Washington - 2002
    6.65 - Herb Haygood, (WR), Michigan State - 2002

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    didnt chris johnson run a 4.24 at the combine this year?

    and i didnt realize how much of an athletic freak chambers was coming out of college...4.33 40 w/ a 45 inch vert...thats crazy!

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    What in the hell were they feeding the Eastern Kentucky Wildcats in 1999? Fastest time and most 225 reps. HGH/Steroids anyone? Tyrone Calico and Santana Moss stand out to me. Calico is a big guy and Moss is a shorty with hops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seaborneq View Post
    What in the hell were they feeding the Eastern Kentucky Wildcats in 1999? Fastest time and most 225 reps. HGH/Steroids anyone? Tyrone Calico and Santana Moss stand out to me. Calico is a big guy and Moss is a shorty with hops.

    I used to think Calico was going to be my fantasy sleeper each year.


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    two words - in sane on the records. put wet clothes on them and see what they can run?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpa View Post
    two words - in sane on the records. put wet clothes on them and see what they can run?
    I agree. At least put helmets, pads, etc on them. Better yet, put them through hitting drills for an hour, then time them.


    Combine stats are just there to see if there's any red flags waving. Nobody cares if player X is .2 seconds slower than player Y. They're both in the same range, so it's moot. Move on to the next grading variable.

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    Notice none of those records go back past 1999. They must have not kept official stats before then. I know for a fact that Joey Galloway, Deion Sanders, Shawn Springsa nd many others tested better than some of those. I know Galloway was clocked at 4.19 one time but not sure if it was the combine.

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    Seems like the 20 shuttle and the verticle jump measureables found the most talent. Even the 10 wasn't all that bad.

    The 40 time is the sexy one, but I only see 4 real players on that list.
    I'm kind of surprised by the 225 reps... Only see 2 or 3 players on that list.

    I'm really surprised by the 3 cone numbers - those show functional speed+agility/acceleration. There's some disgusting times and so few NFL players.

    Cool post, man. Strong work.

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