QUARTERBACKS

PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Blake Bortles, Central Florida 6-5 232 327⁄8 93⁄8 4.93 na 32.5 115 4.21 6.2
2. Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville 6-2 208 33 9¼ 4.79 na 30 113 4.20 6.1
3. Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M 5-11¾ 207 313⁄8 97⁄8 4.68 na 31.5 113 4.03 6.1
4. Derek Carr, Fresno State 6-2 214 31½ 91⁄8 4.69 na 34.5 110 4.20 6.1
5. Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Ill. 6-2 226 31 9¼ 4.97 na 30.5 110 4.26 5.8
6. A.J. McCarron, Alabama 6-3 220 31½ 10 4.94 na 28.0 99 4.34 5.7
7. Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech 6-6 248 34¼ 107⁄8 4.61 na 35.5 118 4.18 5.4
8. Zach Mettenberger, LSU 6-5 224 323⁄8 9¾ na na na na na 5.3
* Aaron Murray, Georgia 6-1 207 305⁄8 91⁄8 na na na na na 5.0
*—Player scout rated higher than nfl.comrating.
BORTLES (PICTURED): “I sawhim, went to practice. He’s a top athlete. I don’t think he’s an
accomplished passer. ... I think he can be good, but I don’t think he can be great.”
BRIDGEWATER: “I was surprised I liked himas much as I
did. He’s very accurate. He’s a passer first and a runner sec-
ond. He’s a lot better athlete than people think. If you look
at the two bowl games (Miami and Florida), whenever he
had to play on a big stage, he’s done well. He’s my best
quarterback. Only thing I don’t like about himis his frame.”
MANZIEL: “I think he’s a great athlete. I don’t knowif he’s a
great quarterback. ... He’s very instinctive and has got a
great feel …He’s gonna bring a media circus with him.
This guy loves attention and loves media. Not sure how
players will react to that. I enjoy watching himplay.”
CARR: “(My) second-best quarterback. ... strong-armed
guy. (He’s) better player than his brother (David, who was Houston’s No. 1 pick in 2002). ...
Terrific person and settled and he won’t be begging for attention.”
MURRAY: “I like Aaron Murray. He’s very accurate.”
WIDE RECEIVERS
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Sammy Watkins, Clemson 6-1 211 32 95⁄8 4.43 16 34.0 126 4.34 7.3
2. Mike Evans, Texas A&M 6-5 231 35¾ 95⁄8 4.53 12 37 na 4.26 6.4
3. Marqise Lee, USC 6-0 192 31¾ 9½ 4.52 11 38.0 127 4.01 6.2
4. Odell BeckhamJr., LSU 5-11 198 32¾ 10 4.43 7 38.5 122 3.94 6.1
5. Kelvin Benjamin, Florida St. 6-5 242 347⁄8 10¼ 4.61 13 33.0 119 4.39 6.1
6. Brandin Cooks, Oregon State 5-10 189 30¾ 95⁄8 4.33 16 36.0 120 3.81 5.9
7. Donte Moncrief, Mississippi 6-2 221 323⁄8 91⁄8 4.40 13 39.5 132 4.30 5.9
8. Davante Adams, Fresno St. 6-1 215 325⁄8 9 4.51 14 39.0 127 4.30 5.7
9. Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt 6-3 212 33¼ 103⁄8 4.46 21 35.5 120 4.18 5.7
10. Allen Robinson, Penn State 6-2 207 32 9½ 4.48 na 42.0 131 4.00 5.6
11. Jarvis Landry, LSU 5-115⁄8 205 31¾ 10¼ 4.60 12 30.5 113 4.59 5.6
12. Shaq Evans, UCLA 6-1 213 32 93⁄8 4.40 13 34.5 122 4.21 5.4
13. Bruce Ellington, South Carolina 5-9 197 31 95⁄8 4.45 15 39.5 120 3.95 5.3
14. Martavis Bryant, Clemson 6-4 217 325⁄8 9½ 4.42 16 39.0 124 4.15 5.3
15. Brandon Coleman, Rutgers 6-6 225 34 9¼ 4.56 21 32.5 na 4.51 5.3
16. Cody Latimer, Indiana 6-2 215 325⁄8 95⁄8 4.39 23 39.0 na na 5.2
WATKINS (PICTURED): “He’s the best player I sawthis year because he’s so explosive.”
M. EVANS: “I think he’s a special guy …great athlete, top high school basketball player. ...
Not a quick starter.”
LEE: “He’s quicker than fast, and he’s good after the
catch.”
BECKHAM: “Excellent hands, excellent body control and
he returns kicks.”
BENJAMIN: “He’s so big, but he’s not really fast and
drops some balls and then he comes back and makes a
big play. He’s a traffic guy. This guy in good in traffic.
Problemis, is he gonna get bigger?”
COOKS: “He’s a first-round guy, but he’s 5-9. ... extremely
impressive. This guy is an excellent player.”
MONCRIEF: “Best blocking receiver I’ve seen in years.
Adequate body control. ... best as a vertical receiver.”
D. ADAMS: “I don’t see big-play ability. I see a guy with good body control and hands.”
MATTHEWS: “A big guy who can catch. I thought he was outstanding.”
LANDRY: “Excellent but doesn’t have top speed.”
S. EVANS: “I think he’s a top player. He’s fast and he’s quick and can run after the catch.”
BRYANT: “He’s a big guy and a vertical guy but has some stiffness to him. But the more I
watch him, he just runs by guys.”
RUNNING BACKS
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Carlos Hyde, Ohio State 6-0 234 32 95⁄8 4.66 19 34.5 114 na 6.1
2. Tre Mason, Auburn 5-8 207 30 9 4.50 na 38.5 126 4.15 5.8
3. Bishop Sankey, Washington 5-9 209 31 10 4.49 26 35.5 126 4.00 5.6
4. Andre Williams, Boston Col. 5-111⁄2 230 33½ 9 4.54 na 38.0 129 4.06 5.6
5. Jeremy Hill, LSU 6-1 233 325⁄8 103⁄8 4.53 20 31.0 113 4.59 5.5
6. Dri Archer, Kent State 5-8 173 31 87⁄8 4.26 20 38.0 122 4.06 5.5
7. Devonta Freeman, Florida State 5-8 206 29⁄3⁄8 95⁄8 4.58 14 31.5 118 4.26 5.4
8. Ka’DeemCarey, Arizona 5-9 209 31¾ 9½ 4.68 19 35.0 115 4.38 5.4
* Charles Sims, West Virginia 6-0 214 31 8¼ 4.48 17 37.5 126 4.30 5.3
HYDE: “My best back, complete back. I don’t knowif he’s special.”
MASON: “Excellent player, but he’s 5-foot-8. ... explosive, runs
hard, catches the ball (well).”
SANKEY: “He is a good little back.”
WILLIAMS: “He’s a between the tackles guy. Runs
hard, has instincts.”
HILL: “One tough runner and catches the ball.
... doesn’t have finishing speed.”
CAREY: “Very good football players,
but he’s 5-9 and runs 4.7.”
SIMS: “Got a chance to
be special …Big guy,
he’s quick and elu-
sive. ... runs like a
smaller back,
great receiver.
At the Senior
Bowl he just
jumped out.”
TIGHT ENDS
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Eric Ebron, North Carolina 6-4 250 33¼ 10 4.60 24 32.0 120 4.57 6.2
2. Troy Niklas, Notre Dame 6-6 270 341⁄8 10 na 27 32.0 114 4.55 5.6
3. Jace Amaro, Texas Tech 6-5½ 266 34 9 4.68 28 33.5 118 4.30 5.5
4. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Wash. 6-5 262 33¾ 9¾ 4.75 20 na na na 5.4
5. C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa 6-5 265 33 10¼ 4.76 25 31.5 116 4.26 5.4
* Colt Lyerla, Oregon 6-4 242 32¾ 10¼ 4.61 15 39.0 128 na 5.3
EBRON (PICTURED): “Excellent receiver, he’ll make a
block. Don’t knowif he’s strong. Big-time receiver,
makes spectacular catches.”
NIKLAS: “I don’t think he can run. ... big, lumbering guy,
doesn’t block well.”
AMARO: “I didn’t like his speed. Played upright, not
smooth …big target, good hands, good athlete, good
body control, good feel for zone schemes. Not very
good as an in-line blocker.”
SEFERIAN-JENKINS: “One lazy son of a gun, but he has
talent. He has good hands, can block when he wants to
block. Good in the red zone.”
LYERLA: “As talented as any one of them. He plays Hback, running back. ... Intelligent guy.
... He’s a great athlete, not a good athlete, a great athlete.”
OFFENSIVE TACKLES
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Greg Robinson, Auburn 6-5 332 35 10 4.92 32 28.5 113 4.86 7.4
2. Jake Matthews, Texas A&M 6-5 308 333⁄8 97⁄8 5.07 24 30.5 105 4.47 7.2
3. Taylor Lewan, Michigan 6-7 309 337⁄8 9¼ 4.87 29 30.5 117 4.49 6.3
4. Zack Martin, Notre Dame 6-4 308 327⁄8 9½ na 29 28.0 106 4.59 6.2
5. Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama 6-7 322 355⁄8 10¼ 5.42 21 31.0 106 4.82 5.8
6. Ja’Wuan James, Tennessee 6-65⁄8 311 35 97⁄8 5.34 22 29.0 103 4.56 5.7
7. Antonio Richardson, Tenn. 6-6 336 35 10¼ 5.30 36 31.0 112 5.06 5.6
8. Jack Mewhort, Ohio State 6-6 315 34 9¾ 5.37 28 26.0 101 4.64 5.6
9. Seantrel Henderson, Mia. (Fla.) 6-7 331 345⁄8 10½ 5.04 23 28.0 102 4.77 5.5
10. Morgan Moses, Virginia 6-6 314 353⁄8 97⁄8 5.14 na 26.0 107 4.95 5.4
11. Dakota Dozier, Furman 6-4 313 337⁄8 97⁄8 5.42 23 24.0 101 4.89 5.3
12. Cameron Fleming, Stanford 6-5 323 34 97⁄8 5.28 26 25.5 97 5.00 5.3
13. Billy Turner, No. Dakota State 6-5 315 34 10 5.16 25 28.0 108 4.71 5.3
14. Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt 6-5 297 331⁄8 10¼ 5.11 26 29.0 111 4.64 5.3
ROBINSON (PICTURED): “A top-five pick. He’s the entire
package ... can run block and pass block.”
MATTHEWS: “Excellent technician, good athlete, good
pass blocker, not a strong physical person. He’ll line up
and play 10-12 years. He’s such a smart player.”
LEWAN: “Not as goodan athlete as other two, althoughhe
ran faster. He’s strong, has an anchor, got some nasty.”
MARTIN: “Excellent football player. Start himat left
tackle and move himto guard and he’ll be an all-pro
guard. Really good player.”
KOUANDJIO: “Last year two guys (Chance Warmack and
D.J. Fluker) went in the first round, I thought he
(Kouandjio) was best offensive lineman. ... Big, strong, can pass protect. …had problems
in the bowl. I think he’s a good player. The worst he gonna be is a right tackle.”
OFFENSIVE GUARDS
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Xavier Su‘a-Filo, UCLA 6-4 305 333⁄8 93⁄8 4.97 26 26.0 103 4.44 5.9
2. Joel Bitonio, Nevada 6-4¼ 305 337⁄8 95⁄8 4.97 22 32 114 4.44 5.8
3. Gabe Jackson, Mississippi St. 6-3 336 33¾ 10 5.51 30 29.0 108 4.78 5.7
4. David Yankey, Stanford 6-6 317 34 9½ 5.48 25 30.0 103 4.69 5.5
5. Trai Turner, LSU 6-3 310 34 9½ 4.93 25 27.5 104 4.77 5.5
6. Brandon Thomas, Clemson 6-3 318 34¾ 10½ 5.09 35 29.0 99 4.75 5.4
7. Cyril Richardson, Baylor 6-5 333 345⁄8 9½ 5.23 30 25.5 91 4.83 5.4
8. Chris Watt, Notre Dame 6-3 310 32¾ 9½ 5.50 29 28.5 104 4.76 5.4
9. Ryan Groy, Wisconsin 6-5 316 33¼ 103⁄8 5.19 26 26.5 108 4.47 5.3
SU‘A-FILO: “He’s really a top athlete. ... played left guard and left tackle. I think he can play
left tackle. He’s an athletic player, not a physical player, but he’s very good in space. Very
mobile, can pull, get downfield. Not a real strong, tough guy.”
BITONIO: “Didn’t think he was physical. ... went down to Senior Bowl and did a nice job.
Just needs to get bigger and stronger.”
JACKSON: “He’s got a weight problem. He’s an area guy, good in short area. Once you get
himout in space he can’t run.”
YANKEY: “Plays high, gets pushed back to the quarterback. ... can kick out and block.”
THOMAS: “Very good player. ... Got long arms so might stay out at left tackle. He stays
square, he’s tough, got an anchor. He’s a legit second-rounder.” Note: Thomas tore his ACL
while working out for the Saints.
CENTER
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Marcus Martin, USC 6-31⁄8 320 333⁄8 10 5.22 23 22.5 na 4.93 5.6
2. Travis Swanson, Arkansas 6-5 312 331⁄8 10 5.28 20 26.0 95 4.65 5.5
3. Weston Richburg, Colorado St. 6-3 298 333⁄8 9¼ 5.10 25 25.5 106 4.63 5.3
4. Russell Bodine, North Carolina 6-3 310 32½ 10 5.18 42 29.0 109 4.66 5.3
MARTIN: “I might be missing something.
He’s a guy who is soft and gets bounced
around. ... pretty good athlete, plays
high and soft.”
SWANSON: “I thought he was
a good athlete, but in his
workouts he hasn’t been.
Good player but not
physical, got move-
ment and plays
faster than his
workout.”
DEFENSIVE ENDS
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Jadeveon Clowney, So. Carolina 6-5 266 34½ 10 4.53 21 37.5 124 4.43 7.5
2. Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame 6-5 304 34¾ 10 5.00 31 na na na 6.1
3. Demarcus Lawrence, Boise St. 6-3 250 341⁄8 11 4.69 20 34.5 113 4.31 6.0
4. Kony Ealy, Missouri 6-4 265 34¼ 9½ 4.69 22 32.0 120 4.45 5.8
5. Dee Ford, Auburn 6-2 252 327⁄8 10¼ 4.59 29 35.5 124 4.73 5.7
6. KareemMartin, North Carolina 6-6 272 35 10 4.72 22 35.5 129 4.33 5.6
7. Marcus Smith, Louisville 6-3 251 34 10 4.68 23 35.0 121 4.42 5.6
8. Scott Crichton, Oregon State 6-3 273 32¾ 101⁄8 4.84 24 31.5 108 4.29 5.5
9. Ed Stinson, Alabama 6-3 288 33¾ 93⁄8 4.99 27 28.0 102 4.75 5.5
* Aaron Lynch, South Florida 6-5 252 34 10¼ 4.64 18 29.0 107 4.61 5.2
CLOWNEY: “He’ll end up being the top pick. ... can’t bypass a guy like that. Very talented,
he’s explosive …People got down on himbecause expectations were so high. But it’s all
there. At the end of the game with game on the line, he makes plays.”
TUITT: “Big, strong guy, plays high. ... I don’t think
he’ll be a pass rusher. All power, strong …talented,
inconsistent effort, good athlete. ... runs with high
pad level, not a natural pass rusher, a power guy.”
LAWRENCE: “Has a good take-off, but he’s under-
sized and not physical against the run.”
EALY: “I have a problemwith the guy. When people
don’t block him, he looks good. ... (He’s) a run
around guy, not strong, soft vs. the run. Not as ex-
plosive and strong as (Michael) Sam. When he tries
to play square and (offensive linemen) get their
hands on him, they stop him.”
FORD (PICTURED): “Looks like he can play in space.
Explosive pass rusher …terrific player. Excellent pass rusher, excellent body control,
good pad level. …limited drop exposure …strong for his size, good technique and hand
use. Plays bigger than his size.”
CRICHTON: “Second-rounder. I thought he was an excellent pass rusher.”
DEFENSIVE TACKLES
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh 6-1 285 325⁄8 97⁄8 4.68 35 32.0 116 4.39 6.3
2. Ra’Shede Hageman, Minnesota 6-6 310 34¼ 10¼ 5.02 32 35.5 114 4.50 6.0
3. Louis Nix III, Notre Dame 6-2 331 33 97⁄8 5.34 24 25.5 97 4.94 5.9
4. Timmy Jernigan, Florida State 6-2 305 315⁄8 95⁄8 5.06 27 29.5 102 4.38 5.8
5. Daniel McCullers, Tennessee 6-7 352 365⁄8 11 5.31 27 23.0 99 5.08 5.6
6. Anthony Johnson, LSU 6-2 308 33 103⁄8 5.24 20 24.5 102 4.83 5.5
7. Deandre Coleman, California 6-5 314 343⁄8 10¼ 4.9 24 25.5 103 5.10 5.5
8. Shamar Stephen, Connecticut 6-5 309 331⁄8 10 5.25 25 30.5 103 na 5.4
9. Reid Caraun, Princeton 6-2 302 33 10½ 4.91 20 26.5 106 4.58 5.4
10. DaQuan Jones, Penn State 6-4 322 33½ 95⁄8 5.35 25 27.5 101 4.65 5.4
11. Ego Ferguson, LSU 6-3 302 32½ 10¾ 5.13 24 29.5 99 5.03 5.4
DONALD (PICTURED): “One heck of a player. Extremely quick. He’s strong, he’s gotta be a 3
(technique) because he doesn’t have bulk to play a 1. He has some Warren Sapp in him.
Got Sapp’s quickness, strength. Better than Nix, but
Nix is 330 pounds, big people will wear himdown.”
HAGEMAN: “He plays high, only thing I don’t like
about him. He’s certainly a talented guy. The more I
watch him, the more I like him. Was a tight end, only
second year on defense. He’s strong.”
NIX: “Dominating player. Plays with decent motor.
One technique, can dominate line of scrimmage.”
JERNIGAN: “He’s a good player. He’s just short. He’s
quick, can play with strength.”
MCCULLERS: “Big strong guy. When he wants to
play, he dominates. Can’t find people 6-7, 348 with
11-inch hands, and long arms.”
JONES: “Doesn’t work out that well, but really good player and can really dominate …had
a good week at the Senior Bowl. ... a first-round talent, then at the Combine he runs 5.4.”
INSIDE LINEBACKERS
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. C.J. Mosley, Alabama 6-2 234 333⁄8 10¾ 4.62 15 35.0 118 4.40 6.4
2. Christian Jones, Florida State 6-3 240 33½ 95⁄8 4.74 17 33.5 115 4.44 5.4
3. Chris Borland, Wisconsin 5-11 247 29¼ 97⁄8 4.83 27 35.0 116 4.27 5.3
4. Telvin Smith, Florida State 6-3 224 32½ 10¼ 4.52 16 31.5 119 4.65 5.3
5. Preston Brown, Louisville 6-1 251 33½ 10¼ 4.86 23 33.0 116 4.26 5.3
6. Shayne Skov, Stanford 6-2½ 245 305⁄8 10 4.95 28 na na na 5.3
MOSLEY: “Can play inside or outside …not a pass
rusher, excellent against run, can play in space.”
JONES: “Played linebacker in the Senior Bowl.
He’s tight and missed a number of tackles in
space. One-dimensional guy, has quickness and
can get up the field, but doesn’t finish.”
BORLAND: “You call himjust a football
player. He just makes plays. He really has
great feel for zones and he is one heck of
the player. Everyone says he can’t do this
and can’t do that. I tell them, ‘You show
me.’ He’s Chris Spielman. He’s gonna play
for 10 years and make plays.”
SMITH: “Good space and chase because the
guy can run. Don’t knowif he could play
strong safety.”
BROWN: “A big, thick guy. Ran faster than I thought,
doesn’t have good quickness and movement.”
SKOV: “Excellent player …instinctive, great feel for the
game. ... great knack for blitzing, timing is good, so smart,
so talented, always around ball and making plays.”
OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Khalil Mack, Buffalo 6-3 252 33¼ 10¼ 4.55 23 40.0 128 4.18 7.2
2. Anthony Barr, UCLA 6-4½ 247 33½ 93⁄8 4.41 19 34.5 125 4.19 6.5
3. Ryan Shazier, Ohio State 6-1 237 323⁄8 10 4.38 25 42.0 130 4.21 6.3
4. Jeremiah Attaochu, Ga. Tech 6-3 249 34½ 97⁄8 4.57 na 37.5 111 4.68 5.8
5. Trent Murphy, Stanford 6-55⁄8 260 341⁄8 111⁄8 4.82 19 35.5 118 4.20 5.6
6. Adrian Hubbard, Alabama 6-6 257 34½ 9¼ 4.69 na 38.5 117 4.58 5.4
7. Kyle Van Noy, BYU 6-3 243 315⁄8 95⁄8 4.71 21 32.5 112 4.20 5.4
8. Lamin Barrow, LSU 6-1 237 333⁄8 103⁄8 4.64 22 35.0 123 4.31 5.3
9. Ronald Powell, Florida 6-3 237 32½ 93⁄8 4.65 21 35.5 114 na 5.3
10. Carl Bradford, Arizona State 6-1 251 30¼ 9½ 4.68 23 37.5 122 4.30 5.3
MACK (PICTURED): “He’s probably a top-five talent. This guy can rush the passer. He’s the
entire package. As good a player as there is in the draft. Top player, can play in 3-man
front, 4-man front. Can play in space. Instinctive.”
BARR: “To me he’s a second. Works out well and
looks beautiful. Best thing is he can rush the passer.
He’s Von Miller-type, explosiveness off the ball. Bet-
ter athlete than Miller. Really bright, but I don’t see
instincts and toughenss. Not instinctive and he’s
very soft.
He’s gonna be a boomor a bust, no inbetween.”
SHAZIER: “He’s better against run than pass. Great
speed and range.”
ATTAOCHU: “I think he is a pass rusher. He struggles
in space. He is very stiff. Explosive rusher. Plays
mainly 7-technique. Explosive take-off, doesn’t use
his hands. Has nice dip. Had problems with his stiffness.”
MURPHY: “Excellent motor and such a technician and such a great finisher. Doesn’t look
artist …reminds me of Clay Matthews. Not as athletic, not as fast, just trying to compare
(their) motor and (ability to) finish.”
VAN NOY: “When he doesn’t get blocked he makes plays …he catches blocks.”
CORNERBACKS
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State 6-0 202 331⁄8 85⁄8 4.37 20 35.5 126 4.43 6.3
2. Bradley Roby, Ohio State 5-11 195 31½ 10¼ 4.39 17 38.5 124 4.04 6.1
3. Darqueze Dennard, Mich. State 5-11 199 30¼ 9 4.51 15 36.0 134 4.18 6.1
4. Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech 6-0 190 327⁄8 93⁄8 4.49 12 38.5 128 4.19 5.9
5. Jason Verrett, TCU 5-95⁄8 186 305⁄8 9¼ 4.38 19 39.5 128 4.00 5.9
6. Rashaad Reynolds, Oregon St. 5-10 189 315⁄8 9¾ 4.51 20 38.5 123 4.00 5.4
7. Keith McGill, Utah 6-3 211 33¼ 10¼ 4.51 12 39.0 129 4.18 5.4
8. Bashaud Breeland, Clemson 5-11 197 31¾ 9 4.62 11 34.5 123 4.33 5.4
9. Antone Exum, Virginia Tech 6-0 213 315⁄8 95⁄8 4.53 17 35.0 119 4.13 5.4
10. Marcus Roberson, Florida 6-0 191 31 9¼ 4.61 10 37.5 120 4.08 5.4
11. Pierre Desir, Lindenwood 6-1 198 33 95⁄8 4.52 11 38.0 133 4.30 5.4
* Lamarcus Joyner, Florida State 5-8 184 31½ 9½ 4.55 14 37.5 124 4.40 5.2
* Phillip Gaines, Rice 6-0 191 311⁄8 95⁄8 4.38 11 36.5 122 4.04 5.2
GILBERT (PICTURED): “He’s the best (corner) …got
size, got speed, returns kicks.”
ROBY: “Very good, consistent player.”
DENNARD: “Lacks height, good cover guy and is ag-
gressive.”
FULLER: “He makes lots of plays.”
VERRETT: “He’s 5-9, but one heck of a player …proba-
bly as a good a corner as anyone. Excellent player,
there’s nothing he can’t do.”
REYNOLDS: “Short …he’s really a good player, smart
aggressive, can cover, makes big plays.
MCGILL: “He’s not real quick or fluid, but he’s big and
can run. ... Will have problems if he plays off.”
JOYNER: “Reminds me of Tyrann Mathieu. Put himat corner, put himin the box, put him
in the slot. Play himall over. (He) just makes plays.”
GAINES: “He might end up being the best of all of them. Problemis competition. They
don’t challenge him. Nobody throws at him.”
SAFETIES
PLAYER, SCHOOL HT. WT. ARM HAND 40 BP VJ BJ SS R
1. Calvin Pryor, Louisville 5-11½ 211 313⁄8 91⁄8 4.58 18 34.5 116 4.31 6.3
2. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Alabama 6-1 208 323⁄8 9 4.58 11 33.0 119 4.16 5.9
4. Deone Bucannon, Wash. State 6-1 211 323⁄8 9¾ 4.49 19 36.5 125 4.26 5.7
3. Jimmie Ward, Northern Illinois 5-11 197 31 93⁄8 4.47 9 38.0 125 4.24 5.4
4. Brock Vereen, Minnesota 6-0 199 30 8¼ 4.47 25 34.0 117 4.07 5.3
5. Dezmen Southward, Wisconsin 6-0 211 305⁄8 10 4.38 na 42.0 124 4.37 5.3
6. Terrance Brooks, Florida State 5-11 198 31 9 4.42 11 38.0 122 4.58 5.3
7. Jonathan Dowling, Western Ky. 6-3 190 331⁄8 9¼ 4.52 8 33.5 118 4.24 5.3
PRYOR: “He had a disappointing workout. ... supports well and is a big-time hitter. Got
some ball skills. His strength is going downhill.”
CLINTON-DIX: “One dimensional player. He can hit. He can’t cover.”
BUCANNON: “He’s got good coverage ability for a safety. He can play both
free and strong. At free he was in-
stinctive, he can play in the box.
Much better than (Kenny)
Vacarro (Saints No. 1 pick
last year).”
WARD: “I think he can
play corner. Only
thing, he’s 5-10 but
runs 4.4. He
makes all kinds of
plays. So smooth,
so quick.”
4.26
40-yard dash time at the NFL
Combine for Kent State’s
Dri Archer (pictured). His
time was just a shade
slower than the fastest
recorded time of 4.24, set
by Chris Johnson in 2008.
42
The number of bench
press repetitions by
North Carolina center
Russell Bodine at the
Combine. The record
is 49, set by Steven
Paea in 2011.
1. Texans
2. Rams
3. Jaguars
4. Browns
5. Raiders
6. Falcons
7. Buccaneers
8. Vikings
9. Bills
10. Lions
11. Titans
12. Giants
13. Rams
14. Bears
15. Steelers
16. Cowboys
17. Ravens
18. Jets
19. Dolphins
20. Cardinals
21. Packers
22. Eagles
23. Chiefs
24. Bengals
25. Chargers
26. Browns
27. Saints
28. Panthers
29. Patriots
30. 49ers
31. Broncos
32. Seahawks
42.0
The vertical jump in inches for
Ohio State linebacker Ryan
Shazier. The jump was the high-
est at the Combine, just 3 inches
shorter than the record of 45.0
set in 2009 by Donald Washing-
ton, another OSU player.
9
7
⁄8
Hand size of Texas
A&Mquarterback
Johnny Manziel,
among the largest of
all the quarterbacks at
the Combine. Manziel
stands 5-113⁄4.
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TV ESPN, NFL Network THURSDAY Round 1, 2 p.m. FRIDAY Rounds 2-3, 1 p.m. SATURDAY Rounds 4-7, 6 a.m. KEY: 40 40-yard dash BP Bench press reps of 225 lbs. VJ Vertical in inches BJ Broad jump in inches SS 20-yard short shuttle
RATINGS
Below is the rating systemused by nfl.comto rank players:
9.00-10: Once-in-a-lifetime player
8-8.99: Perennial all-pro
7.50-7.99: Future all-pro
7.00-7.49: Pro Bowl-caliber player
6.50-6.99: Chance to become Pro Bowler
Player comments from long-time NFL scout, via interview with Star-Advertiser’s Curtis Murayama
6.00-6.49: Should become instant starter
5.50-5.99: Chance to become NFL starter
5.20-5.49: NFL backup, special teamer
5.01-5.19: Better-than-average chance to make roster
5.00: 50-50 chance to make NFL roster
FIRST ROUND
5
Quarterbacks drafted by the Cleveland
Browns in the first four rounds over the past
10 years, the most by any franchise. The
QBs include two first-rounders (Bran-
don Weeden 2012, Brady
Quinn 2007) and a third-
rounder (Colt McCoy 2010).
4
Teams who have invested a first-round pick
twice for a quarterback in the past 10 years.
They are the Titans (Jake Locker 2011, Vince
Young 2006), the Bills ( E.J. Manuel 2013, J.P.
Losman 2004), the Redskins (Robert Griffin
2012, Jason Campbell 2005) and Broncos
(TimTebow2010, Jay Cutler 2005).
To me if that quarterback
came out, he’d be the
first pick in the draft.”
Former NFL scout
On former Saint Louis and current Oregon
quarterback Marcus Mariota, right, who decided
to stay in school for his junior season
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Texas A&M quarterback
Johnny Manziel, left, is
must-see TV.
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Some say that South Carolina
defensive end Jadeveon Clowney
is a once-in-a-decade talent.
All measurements are player’s top perform-
ance, either at the NFL Combine or fromtheir
school’s Pro Day or individual workout.
Compiled by Curtis Murayama,
Star-Advertiser
Each teamhas
10 minutes to
make a pick in
the first round;
7 minutes in the
second round;
5 in the third-sev-
enth rounds

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