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2013 NFL Scouting Combine: Defensive Backs


2013 NFL Draft Scouting Combine Prospects - Weigh-Ins and 40 Times:
QB | RB | WR | TE | OL | DL | LB | DB

2013 NFL Draft Scouting Combine Field Workout Recap:
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2013 NFL Draft Scouting Combine Weigh-In Recap:
QB | RB | WR | TE | OL | DL | LB | DB

2013 NFL Draft Scouting Combine Bench Press Analysis:
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2013 NFL Draft Scouting Combine Stock Report:
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The following chart comprises the weigh-in numbers for the linebackers at the 2013 NFL Draft Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.

40 Times: For the 40 times, I use both the official times and the NFL Network's unofficial times. I do this because the latter figures are more accurate. NFL teams use their own timed 40s anyway, so the official 40s are mostly meaningless.

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Player
School
Height
Weight
Off. 40 Time
Unoff. 40 Time
10-Yd Split
Bench
Vert
Broad
Arm
Johnny Adams
Michigan State
5-10
185
4.48
4.45
1.53
16
DNP
DNP
31.28
Robert Alford
SE Louisiana
5-10
188
4.39
4.41
1.52
DNP
40
132
32.08
David Amerson
N.C. State
6-1
205
4.44
4.38
1.52
15
35.5
127
32.58
Marc Anthony
California
5-11
196
4.63
4.56
1.56
12
35
118
32.18
Johnthan Banks
Mississippi State
6-2
185
4.61
4.59
1.59
10
34
125
33.78
John Boyett
Oregon
5-10
204
DNP
DNP
DNP
27
DNP
DNP
30.48
Adrian Bushell
Louisville
5-09
186
4.58
4.50
1.55
DNP
33
116
32.08
Sanders Commings
Georgia
6-0
216
4.41
4.48
1.53
DNP
34.5
117
32.08
Johnathan Cyprien
Florida Int.
6-0
217
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
38.5
DNP
31.68
Will Davis
Utah State
5-11
186
4.51
4.53
1.56
16
35.5
127
31.48
Mike Edwards
Hawaii
5-09
189
4.56
4.47
1.60
DNP
36
124
31.58
Matt Elam
Florida
5-10
208
4.54
4.46
1.57
17
35.5
118
32.58
Josh Evans
Florida
6-1
207
4.58
4.60
1.63
DNP
34.5
123
31.78
Dwayne Gratz
Connecticut
5-11
201
4.47
4.35
1.50
22
38
125
32.18
Terry Hawthorne
Illinois
6-0
195
4.44
4.40
1.51
13
35.5
116
31.28
D.J. Hayden
Houston
5-11
191
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
31.18
Aaron Hester
UCLA
6-2
198
4.62
4.57
1.59
DNP
29
112
32.48
Micah Hyde
Iowa
6-0
197
4.56
4.47
1.59
12
33
121
31.48
Tony Jefferson
Oklahoma
5-11
213
4.75
4.62
1.61
16
DNP
DNP
31.58
Josh Johnson
Purdue
5-09
199
4.65
4.53
1.57
16
35
114
30.38
Keelan Johnson
Arizona State
6-0
209
4.54
4.47
1.53
12
36.5
125
32.48
Robert Lester
Alabama
6-1
220
4.66
4.68
--
DNP
33.5
117
32.08
Tyrann Mathieu
LSU
5-09
186
4.50
4.43
1.51
4
34
117
31.18
Demetrius Mccray
Appalachian State
6-1
187
4.54
4.47
1.50
4
36
126
33.78
T.J. McDonald
USC
6-3
219
4.59
4.53
1.53
19
40
131
33.18
Bradley McDougald
Kansas
6-0
215
4.74
4.69
1.68
19
34.5
122
32.48
Leon McFadden
San Diego State
5-10
193
4.54
4.47
1.53
10
34.5
119
32.38
Brandon McGee
Miami
5-11
193
4.40
4.38
1.46
14
33.5
119
32.08
Rontez Miles
California-PA
6-0
203
4.62
4.60
--
DNP
36.5
123
32.78
Dee Milliner
Alabama
6-0
201
4.37
4.31
1.49
DNP
36
122
32.08
Zeke Motta
Notre Dame
6-2
213
4.83
4.75
1.60
11
35.5
126
31.38
Jordan Poyer
Oregon State
6-0
191
4.54
4.46
1.51
8
30.5
118
31.68
Bacarri Rambo
Georgia
6-1
211
DNP
DNP
DNP
17
DNP
DNP
31.08
Eric Reid
LSU
6-0
213
4.53
4.53
1.47
17
40.5
134
33.58
Greg Reid
Florida State
5-08
190
DNP
DNP
DNP
10
DNP
DNP
29.68
Xavier Rhodes
Florida State
6-2
210
4.43
4.41
1.47
14
40.5
132
33.68
Nickell Robey
USC
5-07
169
4.53
4.44
1.51
10
37.5
127
29.68
Logan Ryan
Rutgers
5-11
191
4.56
4.50
1.50
14
32.5
116
31.38
Tharold Simon
LSU
6-2
202
4.51
4.48
1.57
9
34
128
32.68
Jamoris Slaughter
Notre Dame
6-0
195
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
31.38
Darius Slay
Mississippi State
6-0
192
4.36
4.31
1.52
14
35.5
124
32.28
Daimion Stafford
Nebraska
6-0
221
4.69
4.68
1.60
21
30.5
111
31.18
Jawanza Starling
USC
6-1
202
4.64
4.53
1.52
17
36
122
32.08
Daxton Swanson
Sam Houston State
5-10
186
4.56
4.47
1.55
15
33
122
30.38
D.J. Swearinger
South Carolina
5-11
208
4.67
4.60
1.57
17
37
124
32.38
Rod Sweeting
Georgia Tech
5-11
189
4.42
4.38
1.47
11
37
124
31.28
Jamar Taylor
Boise State
5-11
192
4.39
4.32
1.47
22
35
127
30.68
Phillip Thomas
Fresno State
6-1
208
4.65
4.56
1.54
14
35
122
30.58
Shamarko Thomas
Syracuse
5-09
213
4.42
4.38
1.50
28
40.5
133
31.48
Desmond Trufant
Washington
6-0
190
4.38
4.31
1.47
16
37.5
125
31.28
Kenny Vaccaro
Texas
6-0
214
4.63
4.59
1.57
15
38
121
32.68
B.W. Webb
William & Mary
5-10
184
4.51
4.34
1.49
14
40.5
132
30.28
Kayvon Webster
South Florida
5-10
195
4.41
4.35
1.49
14
35
125
32.48
J.J. Wilcox
Georgia Southern
6-0
213
4.57
4.53
1.53
17
35
124
31.08
Duke Williams
Nevada
5-11
203
--
4.41
1.50
DNP
37.5
--
32.08
Shawn Williams
Georgia
6-0
213
4.46
4.44
1.52
25
36
120
30.68
Steve Williams
California
5-09
181
4.42
4.25
1.46
12
40.5
128
30.48
Earl Wolff
N.C. State
5-11
209
4.44
4.37
1.49
DNP
39
134
31.48
Khalid Wooten
Nevada
5-11
210
4.53
4.43
1.54
17
33.5
117
32.68
Blidi Wreh-Wilson
Connecticut
6-1
195
4.53
4.47
1.53
14
36
128
32.08






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@Will 02-26-2013 11:21 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.172 (total posts: 1)
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If he beat him by AT LEAST 5 seconds then your saying Dee Milliner ran about a 9 sec 40? Or are you saying the Cal guy ran a half a second 40? So please never write a comment again sir.
Ztown riots 02-26-2013 11:11 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.83 (total posts: 1)
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I will go ahead, they don't let you have weights in jail anymore in a lot of states. I'm totally fine with that total, we know he can play.
Will 02-26-2013 07:34 pm xxx.xxx.xxx0.47 (total posts: 1)
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Your official times are crap! I know you saw the NFL network display the Cal kid and Milliner running together on screen with the Cal kid dominating him by at least ,5 seconds
Michael 02-26-2013 07:18 pm xxx.xxx.xxx4.25 (total posts: 1)
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It would be really cool if table was sortable.
point blank 02-26-2013 05:32 pm xxx.xxx.xxx5.98 (total posts: 1)
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Richard Sherman ran a 4.55 & Brian Dawkins ran a 4.59 !
Leon Sandcastle 02-26-2013 04:25 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.246 (total posts: 2)
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@Desmond Trufant Did YOU run a 3.80 40 yard dash? I didn't think so...
BG 02-26-2013 01:34 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.20 (total posts: 1)
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You people are insane to believe that Milliner is overhyped. Ideal size, speed, and quickness to play CB in the NFL. Extensive pedigree with many big games on his resume. I believe many folks downgrade him because of the first quarter of the title game. Pretty silly if you ask me.

Another guy jumping out at me is Eric Reid. Nice combine numbers for a safety.
Desmond Trufant 02-26-2013 01:17 pm xxx.xxx.xxx0.20 (total posts: 1)
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I will be the best corner in this draft milliner is overrated
Michael 02-26-2013 10:40 am xxx.xxx.xxx.164 (total posts: 1)
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I was wondering how Jonathan Banks was going to do in the bench press. I see he will have to work up some strength to become more physical with bigger receivers.
Johnthan Banks 02-26-2013 10:12 am xxx.xxx.xxx0.37 (total posts: 2)
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4.59????? Is that bad?
David Amerson 02-26-2013 10:09 am xxx.xxx.xxx0.37 (total posts: 2)
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I ran a 4.38 at 6'1" 205. Is my stock going up yet?





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