As the combine results are trickling in slowly but surely, we are finally getting some stats we can take a look at. Let’s dive into some of the results from the Florida State offensive players who were invited to the combine.
Let’s begin of course with Dalvin Cook. Cook ran a 4.49 40, which scouts deemed as slow for the star RB. At least slower than what was expected. He had a 30.5 inch vertical, 116 inch broad jump, did the cone drill in 7.27 seconds, the 20 yard shuttle in 4.53 seconds. He benched 22 times, which was top 5 in the RBs category.
WR Travis Rudolph ran a 4.65 40, did 12.5 bench reps, 31.5 inch vertical, 114 inch broad jump, 6.93 seconds on cone drill and 4.46 seconds in 20 yard shuttle.
FB Freddie Stevenson had a 4.75 40, 24 bench reps which was second most at his position, a 28 inch vertical, 110 inch broad jump, 7.65 in the cone drill and 4.45 seconds in the 20 yard shuttle.
WR Kermit Whitfield ran a 4.44 seconds 40, did 8 bench reps, 32.5 inch vertical, 120 inch broad jump, 7.17 seconds on cone drill, 4.37 seconds in 20 yard shuttle
WR Bobo Wilson ran a 4.57 40, did 10 bench reps, had a 119 inch vertical, 4.57 20 yard shuttle.
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