2010 Senior Bowl Weigh-In: Wide Receivers



By Matt McGuire
Jan. 26, 2010
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The following chart comprises the weigh-in numbers for the wide receivers at the 2010 Senior Bowl.

The height is listed as a four-digit number. The first digit is feet. The next two are inches. The last digit is eights of an inch.

So, if a player is listed as 5117, that would read as 5' 11 7/8." A 6013 would be 6' 1 3/8" and so on.







Player
School
Height
Weight
Arm
Hand
Comment
Danario Alexander
Missouri
6045
221
33 3/8
9 5/8
Low body fat and cut
Riley Cooper
Florida
6034
214
32 1/4
9 5/8
Average and cut
Dorin Dickerson
Pittsburgh
6012
222
33
10
Broad back and shoulders
Jacoby Ford
Clemson
5086
181
29 1/4
8 7/8
Average and cut
Mardy Gilyard
Cincinnati
5115
179
30 5/8
9
Slender and cut
Shay Hodge
Mississippi
6013
208
31 3/8
9
Big arms and back
Dexter McCluster
Mississippi
5081
165
28 3/4
8 1/2
Very cut and great torso
Taylor Price
Ohio
6001
198
31
9 1/2
Cut but lacks bulk
Andre Roberts
The Citadel
5106
192
32
9 1/8
Low body fat and cut
Joe Webb
UAB
6030
223
33 3/4
10 3/4
Above average frame
Jeremy Williams
Tulane
6001
205
31 1/4
9 7/8
Average frame



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