2022 NFL Combine Stock Report: Defensive Linemen

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This is the 2022 NFL Combine Stock Report for the defensive linemen. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.

Zachary Carter, DE/DT, Florida
A 4.99 40-yard time isn’t normally bad for a defensive tackle, but what Carter accomplished paled in comparison to the other defensive tackles, especially those who are way heavier than them. The 287-pound Carter wasn’t particularly impressive in the drills either.

Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia
Wow! I knew Jordan Davis would thrive at the combine, but I figured he would run a 4.9. Instead, he sprinted a 4.78! He also posted a 10-3 broad jump and a 32-inch vertical. Davis is an athletic freak, and it would be shocking if he fell out of the top 20. He could now sneak into the top 10.

Logan Hall, DE/DT, Houston
Logan Hall’s 4.88 40 time was pretty solid, considering his 6-6, 278 frame. He also posted the third-best 3-cone time among players at his position (7.25), and he notched 30 inches on the vertical as well.

Aidan Hutchinson, DE, Michigan
Most of Aidan Hutchinson’s numbers were overshadowed by some of the other defensive linemen, but he still did well. His 4.74 40 at 6-7, 265 mirrored what Jared Allen posted prior to his entry to the NFL. Hutchinson’s best figure was his positional-best 6.73 3-cone. Furthermore, Charlie Campbell reported in the NFL Hot Press that the Jaguars like Hutchinson more than the offensive linemen in this class.

Travis Jones, NT, Connecticut
Jordan Davis stole the spotlight among the defensive tackles, but Travis Jones was also very impressive. Despite weighing in at 326 pounds, Jones somehow ran a 4.90 with a 1.76 10-yard split. He was also moving around extremely well in the drills. He’ll definitely intrigue some team early in the draft to take him based on his athleticism and potential.

Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE/OLB, Oregon
Kayvon Thibodeaux, despite being completely healthy, refused to do the drills at the combine. Teams were already concerned about Thibodeaux’s passion for football. He has a ton of competition in the top 10 from Aidan Hutchinson, David Ojabo and Travon Walker (and maybe even Jermaine Johnson), and his reluctance to work out during his job interview could cause him to drop below three or even four of his competitors.

Eyioma Uwazurike, DT, Iowa State
Eyioma Uwazurike didn’t run the 40 or the 3-cone, but he posted a 33-inch vertical and an 8-11 broad jump at 319 pounds. He has earned a stock-up arrow for looking impressive in the drills. He looked very smooth at his size.

Travon Walker, DE, Georgia
Travon Walker had an amazing pro day. Not only was he terrific in the drills; he also ran a 4.51 40 at 275 pounds. He also posted a 10-3 broad jump, a 35.5-inch vertical, and the second-best 3-cone time (6.89). He may have moved into the top five of this draft class.

Perrion Winfrey, DT, Oklahoma
Perrion Winfrey ran well at the combine – he dashed a 4.86 with a 1.68 split, all while breaking his chain in the process. However, Winfrey is getting a down arrow because of Charlie Campbell’s report about him. Teams are concerned with Winfrey’s partying lifestyle, causing some to downgrade him on their draft boards.

Devonte Wyatt, DT, Georgia
If it wasn’t for Jordan Davis, everyone would be talking about Devonte Wyatt’s 40 time. Wyatt sprinted a 4.80 40 with a 1.66 split. He did this at 307 pounds! Wyatt certainly helped himself move up some draft boards with his performance in Indianapolis.

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