SEC players’ official height and weight at Senior Bowl

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It’s funny to see the discrepancies of the official weigh-ins and measurements at the NFL combine and all-star games.

There’s no hiding from the scale and official measuring stick at the Senior Bowl either, as all players were officially sized up today.

The SEC had the heaviest recorded weight in Georgia’s John Jenkins at 359 pounds, as well as the lightest recorded weight in Auburn’s Onterio McCalebb at 164 pounds.

Alabama

  • RT D.J. Fluker – 6-4, 7/8; 355 pounds
  • LB Nico Johnson – 6-1, 7/8; 249 pounds
  • S Robert Lester – 6-1, 1/4; 212 pounds
  • LS Carson Tinker – 6-0, 1/8; 231 pounds
  • TE Michael Williams – 6-5, 3/4; 269 pounds

Arkansas

  • WR Cobi Hamilton – 6-1, 6/8; 199 pounds
  • QB Tyler Wilson – 6-2, 1/8; 218 pounds

Auburn

  • TE Phillip Lutzenkirchen – 6-3, 1/8; 255 pounds
  • RB Onterio McCalebb – 5-10, 1/8; 164 pounds

Florida

  • RB Mike Gillislee – 5-11, 2/8; 207 pounds
  • OT Xavier Nixon – 6-5, 4/8; 311 pounds

Georgia

  • CB Sanders Commings – 5-11, 7/8; 223 pounds
  • DT John Jenkins – 6-3, 7/8; 359 pounds
  • WR Tavarres King – 6-0, 2/8; 192 pounds
  • S Bacarri Rambo – 6-0, 4/8; 215 pounds
  • DE Cornelius Washington – 6-4, 264 pounds
  • S Shawn Williams – 5-11, 7/8; 211 pounds

Kentucky

  • OL Larry Warford – 6-3, 2/8; 333 pounds
LSU
  • DE Lavar Edwards was not at the weigh-in

Missouri

  • LB Zaviar Gooden – 6-1, 4/8; 233 pounds

Tennessee

  • TE Mychal Rivera – 6-3, 2/8; 237 pounds
  • OT Dallas Thomas – 6-5, 2/8; 308 pounds

Texas A&M

  • LB Sean Porter – 6-1, 3/8; 231 pounds
  • WR Ryan Swope – 6-0, 2/8; 204 pounds

Photo Credit: Kevin Liles-US PRESSWIRE

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  • Geez, they really exaggerate those heights don’t they (the in-game profiles)? Shawn has always been listed at 6’1, same with Sanders. Lutzenkirchen has always been listed at 6’5. Fluker and Jenkins are just massive.

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