2014 Combine measurements: DL

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    Jay Bromley ​
    Syracuse ​
    6-3 ​
    306 ​
    5.06 ​
    4.93 ​
    1.72 ​
    7.92 ​
    26 ​
    33.5 ​
    8-10 ​
    33 1/2 ​
    Ryan Carrethers ​
    Arkansas State ​
    6-1 ​
    337 ​
    5.47 ​
    5.44 ​
    1.78 ​
    7.89 ​
    32 ​
    26 ​
    7-4 ​
    31 3/4 ​
    William Clarke ​
    West Virginia ​
    6-6 ​
    271 ​
    4.77 ​
    4.72 ​
    1.63 ​
    7.26 ​
    22 ​
    32 ​
    9-4 ​
    34 5/8 ​
    Jadeveon Clowney ​
    South Carolina ​
    6052 ​
    266 ​
    4.53 ​
    4.47 ​
    1.56 ​
    7.27 ​
    21 ​
    37.5 ​
    10-4 ​
    34 1/2 ​
    Deandre Coleman ​
    California ​
    6-5 ​
    314 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    24 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    34 3/8 ​
    Scott Crichton ​
    Oregon State ​
    6-3 ​
    273 ​
    4.84 ​
    4.78 ​
    1.62 ​
    7.19 ​
    24 ​
    31.5 ​
    9-0 ​
    32 3/4 ​
    Aaron Donald ​
    Pittsburgh ​
    6-1 ​
    285 ​
    4.68 ​
    4.65 ​
    1.59 ​
    7.11 ​
    35 ​
    32 ​
    9-8 ​
    32 5/8 ​
    Kony Ealy ​
    Missouri ​
    6-4 ​
    273 ​
    4.92 ​
    4.84 ​
    1.66 ​
    6.83 ​
    22 ​
    31 ​
    9-6 ​
    34 1/4 ​
    Dominique Easley ​
    Florida ​
    6-2 ​
    288 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    26 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    32 7/8 ​
    Kasim Edebali ​
    Boston College ​
    6-2 ​
    253 ​
    4.79 ​
    4.69 ​
    1.64 ​
    7.20 ​
    19 ​
    34.5 ​
    9-7 ​
    32 3/4 ​
    Justin Ellis ​
    Louisiana Tech ​
    6-1 ​
    334 ​
    5.27 ​
    5.15 ​
    1.88 ​
    7.81 ​
    25 ​
    28 ​
    7-8 ​
    33 ​
    I.K. Enemkpall ​
    Louisiana Tech ​
    6-1 ​
    261 ​
    5.01 ​
    4.90 ​
    1.75 ​
    7.67 ​
    28 ​
    34 ​
    9-4 ​
    33 1/8 ​
    Ego Ferguson ​
    Louisiana State ​
    6-3 ​
    315 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    24 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    32 1/2 ​
    Dee Ford ​
    Auburn ​
    6021 ​
    252 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    32 7/8 ​
    James Gayle ​
    Virginia Tech ​
    6-4 ​
    259 ​
    4.70 ​
    4.65 ​
    1.60 ​
    7.19 ​
    26 ​
    37 ​
    10-2 ​
    32 3/8 ​
    Ra'shede Hageman ​
    Minnesota ​
    6-6 ​
    310 ​
    5.02 ​
    4.97 ​
    1.75 ​
    7.87 ​
    32 ​
    35.5 ​
    9-6 ​
    34 1/4 ​
    Taylor Hart ​
    Oregon ​
    6-6 ​
    281 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    21 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    32 3/4 ​
    Kerry Hyder ​
    Texas Tech ​
    6-2 ​
    290 ​
    5.10 ​
    4.97 ​
    1.75 ​
    7.23 ​
    20 ​
    29.5 ​
    9-0 ​
    33 1/2 ​
    Jackson Jeffcoat ​
    Texas ​
    6-3 ​
    247 ​
    4.63 ​
    4.60 ​
    1.60 ​
    6.97 ​
    18 ​
    36 ​
    10-3 ​
    33 7/8 ​
    Timmy Jernigan ​
    Florida State ​
    6-2 ​
    299 ​
    5.06 ​
    4.93 ​
    1.72 ​
    DNP ​
    27 ​
    29.5 ​
    8-6 ​
    31 5/8 ​
    Anthony Johnson ​
    Louisiana State ​
    6-2 ​
    308 ​
    5.24 ​
    5.25 ​
    1.78 ​
    7.93 ​
    20 ​
    24.5 ​
    9-6 ​
    33 ​
    Daquan Jones ​
    Penn State ​
    6-4 ​
    322 ​
    5.35 ​
    5.28 ​
    1.81 ​
    7.16 ​
    21 ​
    27.5 ​
    9-5 ​
    33 1/2 ​
    Howard Jones ​
    Shepherd ​
    6-2 ​
    235 ​
    4.60 ​
    4.57 ​
    1.58 ​
    7.73 ​
    25 ​
    40.5 ​
    10-4 ​
    34 1/8 ​
    Zach Kerr ​
    Delaware ​
    6-1 ​
    326 ​
    5.08 ​
    5.03 ​
    1.72 ​
    7.93 ​
    28 ​
    28.5 ​
    8-3 ​
    32 7/8 ​
    Demarcus Lawrence ​
    Boise State ​
    6-3 ​
    251 ​
    4.80 ​
    4.72 ​
    1.62 ​
    7.46 ​
    20 ​
    34.5 ​
    9-5 ​
    33 3/4 ​
    Aaron Lynch ​
    South Florida ​
    6-5 ​
    249 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    18 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    34 ​
    Eathyn Manu- maleuna ​
    BYU ​
    6-2 ​
    296 ​
    5.16 ​
    5.15 ​
    1.68 ​
    7.78 ​
    29 ​
    28 ​
    8-5 ​
    32 1/4 ​
    Cassius Marsh ​
    UCLA ​
    6-4 ​
    252 ​
    4.89 ​
    4.89 ​
    1.66 ​
    7.08 ​
    14 ​
    32 ​
    9-0 ​
    32 3/4 ​
    Kareem Martin ​
    North Carolina ​
    6-6 ​
    272 ​
    4.72 ​
    4.68 ​
    1.53 ​
    7.20 ​
    22 ​
    35.5 ​
    10-9 ​
    35 ​
    Josh Mauro ​
    Stanford ​
    6-6 ​
    271 ​
    5.21 ​
    5.11 ​
    1.75 ​
    7.43 ​
    21 ​
    32 ​
    9-8 ​
    33 ​
    Dan McCullers ​
    Tennessee ​
    6-7 ​
    352 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    27 ​
    20.5 ​
    8-1 ​
    36 5/8 ​
    Tevin Mims ​
    South Florida ​
    6-4 ​
    260 ​
    4.95 ​
    4.95 ​
    1.69 ​
    DNP ​
    17 ​
    27.5 ​
    9-1 ​
    33 1/2 ​
    Zach Moore ​
    Concordia ​
    6-5 ​
    269 ​
    4.84 ​
    4.82 ​
    1.56 ​
    7.41 ​
    23 ​
    33.5 ​
    10-3 ​
    33 3/4 ​
    Jonathan Newsome ​
    Ball State ​
    6-3 ​
    247 ​
    4.73 ​
    4.69 ​
    1.62 ​
    7.31 ​
    21 ​
    34 ​
    9-9 ​
    33 1/4 ​
    Louis Nix ​
    Notre Dame ​
    6-2 ​
    331 ​
    5.42 ​
    5.35 ​
    1.85 ​
    8.29 ​
    DNP ​
    25.5 ​
    8-1 ​
    33 ​
    Jeoffrey Pagan ​
    Alabama ​
    6-3 ​
    310 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    33 ​
    Tenny Palepoi ​
    Utah ​
    6-1 ​
    298 ​
    5.10 ​
    4.94 ​
    1.72 ​
    7.67 ​
    31 ​
    30.5 ​
    9-3 ​
    30 1/2 ​
    Mike Pennel ​
    Colorado State - Pueblo ​
    6-4 ​
    332 ​
    5.23 ​
    5.19 ​
    1.75 ​
    7.94 ​
    23 ​
    28.5 ​
    8-6 ​
    33 3/8 ​
    Kelcy Quarles ​
    South Carolina ​
    6-4 ​
    297 ​
    5.03 ​
    5.00 ​
    1.81 ​
    DNP ​
    27 ​
    23.5 ​
    8-6 ​
    33 1/4 ​
    Kaleb Ramsey ​
    Boston College ​
    6-3 ​
    293 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    36 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    32 7/8 ​
    Caraun Reid ​
    Princeton ​
    6-2 ​
    302 ​
    4.91 ​
    4.90 ​
    1.69 ​
    7.59 ​
    20 ​
    26.5 ​
    8-10 ​
    33 ​
    Michael Sam ​
    Missouri ​
    6-2 ​
    261 ​
    4.91 ​
    4.79 ​
    1.72 ​
    7.80 ​
    17 ​
    25.5 ​
    9-6 ​
    33 3/8 ​
    Chris Smith ​
    Arkansas ​
    6-1 ​
    266 ​
    4.71 ​
    4.54 ​
    1.59 ​
    7.55 ​
    28 ​
    37 ​
    10-1 ​
    34 1/8 ​
    Marcus Smith ​
    Louisville ​
    6-3 ​
    251 ​
    4.68 ​
    4.63 ​
    1.57 ​
    7.48 ​
    23 ​
    35 ​
    10-1 ​
    34 ​
    Shamar Stephen ​
    Connecticut ​
    6-5 ​
    309 ​
    5.25 ​
    5.17 ​
    1.81 ​
    DNP ​
    25 ​
    30.5 ​
    8-7 ​
    33 1/8 ​
    Ed Stinson ​
    Alabama ​
    6-3 ​
    287 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    33 3/4 ​
    Will Sutton ​
    Arizona State ​
    6-0 ​
    303 ​
    5.36 ​
    5.37 ​
    1.75 ​
    7.93 ​
    24 ​
    28.5 ​
    8-3 ​
    31 1/4 ​
    Robert Thomas ​
    Arkansas ​
    6-1 ​
    327 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    32 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    33 7/8 ​
    Khyri Thornton ​
    Southern Mississippi ​
    6-3 ​
    304 ​
    5.03 ​
    4.94 ​
    1.72 ​
    7.83 ​
    28 ​
    29 ​
    9-4 ​
    32 1/2 ​
    Stephon Tuitt ​
    Notre Dame ​
    6-5 ​
    304 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    31 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    34 3/4 ​
    George Uko ​
    Southern California ​
    6-3 ​
    284 ​
    4.99 ​
    4.88 ​
    1.75 ​
    DNP ​
    18 ​
    29.5 ​
    9-2 ​
    33 1/4 ​
    Brent Urban ​
    Virginia ​
    6-7 ​
    295 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    34 1/4 ​
    Larry Webster ​
    Bloomsburg ​
    6-6 ​
    252 ​
    4.58 ​
    4.60 ​
    1.57 ​
    7.29 ​
    17 ​
    36.5 ​
    10-3 ​
    33 1/2 ​
    Ethan Westbrooks ​
    West Texas A&M ​
    6-3 ​
    267 ​
    4.90 ​
    4.85 ​
    1.75 ​
    7.30 ​
    19 ​
    29 ​
    9-2 ​
    33 1/4 ​
    Chris Whaley ​
    Texas ​
    6-3 ​
    269 ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    DNP ​
    32 1/8 ​
    Kerry Wynn ​
    Richmond ​
    6-5 ​
    266 ​
    4.97 ​
    5.00 ​
    1.60 ​
    DNP ​
    31 ​
    34 ​
    9-5 ​
    31 3/4 ​
     
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  2. DKphin

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    Day 3
     
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    will sutton cutting weight...getting close to the 290's...keep it up and keep it off big fella
     
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    Aaron Donald 35 reps - guy is compact but he's a powerhouse.
     
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    and the only reason he was that big was the ASU coaches asked him to get bigger.

    As for Donald, if he actually runs his rumored time (which I highly doubt he will) he may be a top 10 pick
     
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    i'm not sure i buy that about sutton...he would have cut more weight off by now is how i see it...as for donald and top 10 he did come in taller and with better arm length thani expected but he doesnt have the measurables for me to ever consider a top 10 pick there...that's crazy...but i'm a stickler for certain position requirements to validate grades...you got to be every down like for me to take you in the top 20 let alone top 10
     
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    There are a lot of comparisons between Aaron Donald and Geno Atkins. Geno measured 6' 1 3/8" and 293 lbs at the combine. He also ran a 4.75 with a 1.68 10-yard split. We'll see what Donald and Sutton run.
     
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    and he was drafted in the 4th as i recall...due to measurables that dont usually add up to every down...atkins success gives donald a bump but top 10 bump...nah
     
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    Jay Bromley is a sleeper I really like. I've seen his games and he is quick off the snap, a real knack for getting penetration and strong at the POA. The fact he measured 6'3" is a surprise...I thought he was around 6'1".

    By the way Clowney just ran an unofficial 4.47 in the 40.
     
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    Donald with a 4.65 U. That'll get it done.
     
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    Yeah I wouldn't take him top 10...and Atkins is the exception not the norm. There haven't been many successful undersized D-lineman in the league. I remember a guy that played for Chicago that was a terror but I can't remember his name...and I suppose Warren Sapp at 6'2" could be considered undersized as well.

    ---------- Post added at 09:20 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:19 AM ----------

    That's excellent...still wouldn't take him top 10 but I think that solidifies a top 25 pick IMO.
     
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    Easley is another guy I'm interested in.
     
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    I think Donald goes to Chicago or Dallas, but I can see a scenario where the Vikings like him at 8. He's scheme specific, but his combination of strength and explosion just confirms the dominate player he is on tape.
     
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    Vikings would make sense since they have Mike Zimmer as their HC now but they could go QB, if Clowney falls they could grab him and their entire defensive backfield is garbage...I could see them taking Dennard.
     
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    I can't imagine Clowney falling out of the top 5.

    Combine is going to be big for Dennard. I like him, but top 10 seems rich to me.
     
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    Mayock was saying a lot of teams are questioning Clowney's desire and that he took a lot of plays off. Plus Spurrier didn't exactly give Clowney a ringing endorsement.
     
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    Agreed. Strong and fast. Don't see how he gets out of the first round.
     
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    The combine has turned into Michael Sam TV...freakin ridiculous.
     
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    Dude is a stud!
     
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    Warren Sapp talking **** all day about Clowney not taking the combine seriously. **** outta here Sapp. He forget that he failed drug tests at his combine? Typical former player, now tv talking head hypocrite.
     
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    lol Sam's putting up #'s I could do! Hopefully this ****ty combine of his kills some of the hype....I think he had a 25" vert. haha
     
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    The lack of speed really hurts him cause he's not a good candidate for special teams either. As it is he was projected to go 3rd or 4th round but they keep talking about him like he's a candidate for the 1st overall pick.
     
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    I know Clowney is a monster but I didn't know he was over 6,000 feet tall.
     
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    That's the proper way to annotate someone's height at the combine. First digit is feet, next two digits are inches, 4th digit is fractions of an inch in 1/8th increments....so someone who's 6' 5 1/4" should be annotated 6052...the 2 for 2/8 of an inch...yeah it doesn't make sense but it does.
     
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    Aaron Donald looks like a cannot miss guy. He has done well in everything he has done.
     
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    Ya if he's there at 19 along with Z Martin, sorry but I'm taking Donald
     
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    Kareem Martin probably locked himself into Day 2 and gave himself an outside shot of sneaking into the 1st.

    At times, his hand usage reminds me of Aldon Smith. If he catches an O-lineman leaning, he'll put him on his butt. I'd take him over Ealy.
     
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