Tracking the SEC’s NFL Combine results after two days


Today and tomorrow are the final NFL Combine days, but offensive linemen, quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs all tested this weekend. Defensive players will own the combine’s last two days.

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Auburn offensive tackle Greg Robinson really turned heads at the combine. Scouts, coaches and GMs saw first-hand why he won’t escape being a top-five pick. He flashed his athleticism, strength and speed, running a 4.92 at 330-plus pounds. That’s a big man moving!

Auburn running back Tre Mason also turned heads. He ran a better than expected 4.5 40-yard dash, and really looked good in the individual workouts. No doubt Mason helped his draft stock.

Here’s a rundown of players already having tested, along with the best peformer and the SEC’s top five by position:

Offensive linemen (Saturday)

40-yard dash
Taylor Lewan, Michigan: 4.87 (best)
Greg Robinson, Auburn: 4.92
Trai Turner, LSU: 4.93
Jake Matthews, Texas A&M: 5.07
Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt: 5.11
Jonotthan Harrison, Florida: 5.15

Bench Press
Russell Bodine, UNC: 42 (best)
Antonio Richardson, Tennessee: 36
Greg Robinson, Auburn: 32
Gabe Jackson, Miss State: 30
Jonotthan Harrison, Florida: 27
Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt: 26

Vertical Jump
Matt Pachan, Boston College: 33.5 (best)
Jake Matthews, Texas A&M: 30.5
Gabe Jackson, Miss State: 29
Ja’Wuan James, Tennessee: 29
Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt: 29
Greg Robinson, Auburn: 28.5

Quarterbacks (Sunday)

40-yard dash
Logan Thomas, Va Tech: 4.61 (best)
Connor Shaw, South Carolina: 4.66
Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M: 4.68
AJ McCarron, Alabama: 4.94

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Vertical Jump
Logan Thomas, Va Tech: 35.5 (best)
Connor Shaw, South Carolina: 34
Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M: 31.5
AJ McCarron, Alabama: 28

Broad Jump
Logan Thomas, Va Tech: 118” (best)
Connor Shaw, South Carolina: 116”
Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M: 113”
AJ McCarron, Alabama: 99”

Running Backs (Sunday)

40-yard dash
Dri Archer, Kent State: 4.26 (best)
Henry Josey, Missouri: 4.43
LaDarius Perkins, Miss State: 4.46
Tre Mason, Auburn: 4.5
Alfred Blue, LSU: 4.63
Jeremy Hill, LSU: 4.66

Bench Press
Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern: 32 (best)
JC Copeland, LSU: 23
LaDarius Perkins, Miss State: 23
Jeremy Hill, LSU: 20
Henry Josey, Missouri: 20
Alfred Blue, LSU: 13

Vertical Jump
Lache Seastrunk, Baylor: 41.5 (best)
Tre Mason, Auburn: 38.5
LaDarius Perkins, Miss State: 35.5
Henry Josey, Missouri: 34.5
Alfred Blue, LSU: 32
Jeremy Hill, LSU: 29

Wide Receivers (Sunday)

40-yard dash
Brandin Cook, Oregon State: 4.33 (best)
Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss: 4.34
Odell Beckham, LSU: 4.43
Bruce Ellington, South Carolina: 4.45
Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt: 4.46
Mike Evans, Texas A&M: 4.53

Bench Press
Cody Latimer, Indiana: 23 (best)
Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt: 21
Marcus Lucas, Missouri: 20
Bruce Ellington, South Carolina: 15
Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss: 13
Chris Boyd, Vanderbilt: 13
Mike Evans, Texas A&M: 12

Vertical Jump
Tevin Reese, Baylor: 41 (best)
Bruce Ellington, South Carolina: 39.5
Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss: 39.5
Odell Beckham, LSU: 38.5
Mike Evans, Texas A&M: 37
Marcus Lucas, Missouri: 36

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  • Connor Shaw has tested very well, looks to be right near the top in each of the categories above. I watched a little bit yesterday, he looked really good throwing to the WRs. That is tough for a QB which is why we see many QBs not throw until their senior day, as it is tough to throw to different receivers with varying levels of speed. Have to believe that Connor, based on his performance, has improved his stock to a certain late round pick vs. a possible late round pick or undrafted free agent signing. He would be a perfect fit for a team with a spread type offense (SF, SEA, CAR).

  • Why aren’t Kevin Norwood and and Cyrus Kouandijo listed?

    • Norwood or Kouandjio didn’t finish in the SEC’s five best for their position. You can check out’s combine tracker for every single finish:

      • Everyone was talking about Donte Moncrief speed before the combine, saying he was to slow and it was hurting him in the draft. Well he should be a first or second rounder after running a 4.34 40 and measuring in at 6’2 221 lbs. That’s a big receiver that can really fly.

  • Very disappointing time for Anthony Johnson. I didn’t really think he’d run a 4.8 like he supposedly did in high school, but to run a 5.24 had to shock somebody. It seemed like he got lazy at LSU. May be wrong, though. I also see where Landry had a rough combine. Hopefully, his pro day will be better, but Beckham put himself in a good position.

  • Henry Josey, God Bless You. Go make the SEC proud and Missouri more. Marcus Lucas, you earned it, take it.