NFL Combine Live: Johnny Manziel Runs 4.68-Second Official 40-Yard Dash


live_blog_400x2255:38 p.m.: While we wait for the running backs’ three-cone and short shuttle times to be posted, check out Sunday’s winners and losers from the combine.

5:00 p.m.The three-cone and short shuttle times are out for the quarterbacks and wide receivers. Check out the top five finishers.

Wide receiver three-cone:

Damian Copeland: 6.53
Tevin Reese: 6.63
Jeff Janis: 6.64
Kevin Norwood: 6.68
Ryan Grant: 6.68

Wide receiver short shuttles:

Brandin Cooks: 3.81
Damian Copeland: 3.90
Isaiah Burse: 3.94
Odell Beckham: 3.94
Bruce Ellington: 3.95

Quarterback three-cone:

Jordan Lynch: 6.55
Johnny Manziel: 6.75
Jimmy Garoppolo: 7.04
Logan Thomas: 7.05
Keith Wenning: 7.07

Quarterback short shuttle:

Johnny Manziel: 4.03
Logan Thomas: 4.18
Teddy Bridgewater: 4.20
Derek Carr: 4.20
Jordan Lynch: 4.20

4:17 p.m.Kent State running back Dri Archer ran an official 4.26-second 40-yard dash.

Here are all the official 40-yard dash times:

Antonio Andrews: 4.82
Archer: 4.26
George Atkinson: 4.48
Kapri Bibbs: 4.67
Alfred Blue: 4.63
Ka’Deem Carey: 4.70
J.C. Copeland: 495
Tim Cornett: 4.48
Isaiah Crowell: 4.57
Timothy Flanders: 4.75
David Fluellen: 4.72
Devonta Freeman: 4.58
Tyler Gaffney: 4.49
Ryan Hewitt: 4.87
Jeremy Hill: 4.66
Carlos Hyde: 4.66
Storm Johnson: 4.60
Henry Josey: 4.43
Tre Mason: 4.50
Jerick McKinnon: 4.41
LaDarius Perkins: 4.46
Silas Redd: 4.70
Bishop Sankey: 4.49
Lache Seastrunk: 4.51
Charles Sims: 4.48
Jerome Smith: 4.84
Lorenzo Taliaferro: 4.58
De’Anthony Thomas: 4.50
Terrance West: 4.54
James White: 4.57
James Wilder: 4.86
Damien Williams: 4.45
Andre Williams: 4.56

3:47 p.m.The running backs’ second attempts at the 40-yard dash have already started. We’ll track them here.

Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky: 4.76, 4.69

Dri Archer, Kent State: 4.29, 4.28

The 173-pounder impressed again. He’s a burner, but he might be left without a position in the pros.

George Atkinson, Notre Dame: 4.41, 4.39

Any Notre Dame product will be looked at intently by the Patriots.

Kapri Bibbs, Colorado State: 4.60, 4.72

Alfred Blue, LSU: 4.63, 4.78

Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona: 4.65, 4.62

J.C. Copeland, LSU: 4.94, 4.93

Tim Cornett, UNLV: 4.47, 4.45

Isaiah Crowell, Georgia State: 4.50, 4.50

Timothy Flanders, Sam Houston State: 4.65

David Fluellen, Toledo: 4.69, 4.66

Devonta Freeman, Florida State: 4.50, 4.53

Tyler Gaffney, Stanford: 4.43, 4.48

Ryan Hewitt, Stanford: 4.70, 4.80

Jeremy Hill, LSU: 4.63, 4.63

Carlos Hyde, Ohio State: 4.62, no second attempt

Storm Johnson, Central Florida: 4.50, 4.50

Henry Josey, Missouri: 4.40, 4.40

Tre Mason, Auburn: 4.44, 4.50

Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern: 4.38, 4.35

LaDarius Perkins, Mississippi State: 4.40,

Silas Redd, USC: 4.68

Bishop Sankey, Washington: 4.47

Lache Seastrunk, Baylor: 4.45

Charles Sims, West Virginia: 4.48, 4.47

Jerome Smith, Syracuse: 4.77, 4.78

Lorenzo Taliaferro, Coastal Carolina: 4.53, 4.69

De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon: 4.34, 4.40

Terrance West, Towson: 4.56

James White, Wisconsin: 4.52, 4.53

James Wilder, FSU: 4.78, 4.78

Andre Williams, Boston College: 4.54, 4.53

Damien Williams, Oklahoma: 4.40, 4.43

3:15 p.m.The running backs are getting set to run the 40-yard dash. We’ll track the results of their two attempts here.

Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky: 4.76

Dri Archer, Kent State: 4.29

Keep in mind that Archer is only 5-foot-7, 173 pounds.

George Atkinson, Notre Dame: 4.41

Kapri Bibbs, Colorado State: 4.60

Alfred Blue, LSU: 4.63

Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona: 4.65

J.C. Copeland, LSU: 4.94

Tim Cornett, UNLV: 4.47

Isaiah Crowell, Georgia State: 4.50

Timothy Flanders, Sam Houston State: 4.65

David Fluellen, Toledo: 4.69

Devonta Freeman, Florida State: 4.50

Tyler Gaffney, Stanford: 4.43

Gaffney is 5-foot-11, 220 pounds, so that time is notable.

Ryan Hewitt, Stanford: 4,70

Jeremy Hill, LSU: 4.63

Carlos Hyde, Ohio State: 4.62

Storm Johnson, Central Florida: 4.50

Henry Josey, Missouri: 4.40

Tre Mason, Auburn: 4.44

Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern: 4.38

LaDarius Perkins, Mississippi State: 4.40

Silas Redd, USC: 4.68

Bishop Sankey, Washington: 4.47

Lache Seastrunk, Baylor: 4.45

Charles Sims, West Virginia: 4.48

Jerome Smith, Syracuse: 4.77

Lorenzo Taliaferro, Coastal Carolina: 4.53

De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon: 4.34

Terrance West, Towson: 4.56

James White, Wisconsin: 4.52

James Wilder, FSU: 4.78

Andre Williams, Boston College: 4.54

Damien Williams, Oklahoma: 4.40

2:17 p.m.The numbers keep rolling in.

Now we have the vertical leap and broad jump numbers. I’ll give the top five results for each position.

Wide receiver broad jump:

Donte Moncrief: 11-foot
Tevin Reese: 11-foot
Marqise Lee: 10-foot-7
Allen Robinson: 10-foot-7
Bennie Fowler: 10-foot-6

Wide receiver vertical leap:

Reese: 41-inch
Damian Copeland: 40-inch
Davante Adams: 39.5-inch
Moncrief: 39.5-inch
Bruce Ellington: 39.5-inch

Running back broad jump:

Lache Seastrunk, Baylor: 11-foot-2
Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern: 11-foot
Andre Williams, Boston College: 12-foot-9
Tre Mason, Auburn: 10-foot-6
Bishop Sankey, Washington: 10-foot-6
Charles Sims, West Virginia: 10-foot-6

Running back vertical leap:

Seastrunk: 41.5-inch
McKinnon: 40.5-inch
Mason: 38.5-inch
Williams: 38-inch
George Atkinson, Notre Dame: 38-inch
Dri Archer, Kent State: 38-inch
Isaiah Crowell, Alabama State: 38-inch

Quarterback broad jump:

Logan Thomas: 9-foot-10
Connor Shaw: 9-foot-8
Blake Bortles: 9-foot-7
Johnny Manziel: 9-foot-5
Teddy Bridgewater: 9-foot-5

Quarterback vertical leap:

Thomas: 35.5-inch
Derek Carr: 34.5-inch
Shaw: 34-inch
Bortles: 32.5-inch
Manziel: 31.5-inch

2:04 p.m.Check out the official 40-yard dash times for the wide receivers.

Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin: 4.50
Davante Adams, Fresno State: 4.56
Odell Beckham, LSU: 4.43
Kelvin Benjamin, FSU: 4.61
Chris Boyd, Vanderbilt: 4.73
Corey Brown, Ohio State: 4.51
John Brown, Pitt State: 4.34
Martavis Bryant, Clemson: 4.42
Isaiah Burse, Fresno State: 4.58
Mike Campanaro, Wake Forest: 4.46
Brandon Coleman, Rutgers: 4.56
Brandin Cooks, Oregon State: 4.33
Damian Copelan, Louisville: 4.50
Bruce Ellington, South Carolina: 4.45
Quincy Enunwa, Nebraska: 4.45
Shaq Evans, UCLA: 4.51
Mike Evans, Texas A&M: 4.53
Bennie Fowler, Michigan State: 4.52
Austin Franklin, New Mexico State: 4.56
Jeremy Gallon, Michigan: 4.49
Ryan Grant, Tulane: 4.64
Matt Hazel, Coastal Carolina: 4.50
Robert Herron, Wyoming: 4.48
Cody Hoffman, BYU: 4.65
Josh Huff, Oregon: 4.51
Allen Hurns, Miami: 4.55
Jeff Janis, Saginaw Valley State: 4.42
T.J. Jones, Notre Dame: 4.48
Jarvis Landry, LSU: 4.77
Marqise Lee, USC: 4.52
Marcus Lucas, Missouri: 4.60
Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt: 4.46
Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss: 4.40
Kevin Norwood, Alabama: 4.48
Walt Powell, Murray State: 4.63
Tevin Reese, Baylor: 4.46
Paul Richardson, Colorado: 4.40
Allen Robinson, Penn State: 4.60
Jalen Saunders, Oklahoma: 4.44
Willie Snead, Ball State: 4.62
Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State: 4.69
Devin Street, Pittsburgh: 4.55
L’Damian Washington, Missouri: 4.46
Sammy Watkins, Clemson: 4.43
Albert Wilson, Georgia State: 4.43

1:55 p.m.All of the official 40-yard dash times for the quarterbacks and wide receivers are now out. I’ll list the quarterbacks first.

Blake Bortles, Central Florida: 4.93
Tajh Boyd, Clemson: 4.84
Derek Carr, Fresno State: 4.69
David Fales, San Jose State: 4.99
Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois: 4.97
Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois: 4.76
Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M: 4.68
Jeff Matthews, Cornell: 5.26
AJ McCarron, Alabama: 4.94
Stephen Morris, Miami: 4.63
Bryn Renner, UNC: 4.87
Tom Savage, Pittsburgh: 4.97
Connor Shaw, South Carolina: 4.66
Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech: 4.61
Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M: 4.95
Keith Wenning, Ball State: 5.00

1:32 p.m.Sammy Watkins officially ran a 4.43-second 40-yard dash.

Here are the top 10 official 40-yard dash times for wide receivers:

Brandin Cooks: 4.33
John Brown: 4.34
Donte Moncrief: 4.40
Paul Richardson: 4.40
Jeff Janis: 4.42
Martavis Bryant: 4.42
Odell Beckham: 4.43
Sammy Watkins: 4.43
Albert Wilson: 4.43
Jalen Saunders: 4.44

1:26 p.m.Johnny Manziel officially ran a 4.68-second 40-yard dash, according to NFL Network.

Here are the top 10 official 40-yard dash times for quarterbacks:

Logan Thomas: 4.61
Stephen Morris: 4.63
Connor Shaw: 4.66
Manziel: 4.68
Derek Carr: 4.69
Jordan Lynch: 4.76
Tajh Boyd: 4.84
Bryn Renner: 4.87
Blake Bortles: 4.93
AJ McCarron: 4.94

1:18 p.m.Johnny Manziel is viewed as the No. 4 quarterback in the draft by some teams, according to Tony Pauline of That just shows that there’s little consensus in the draft.

Pauline also reports that the Bengals might need to cut defensive end Carlos Dunlap to afford other key free agents. Cutting Dunlap would free up $2.2 million in cap room.

Pauline mentions that an FBI profiler was brought in to review Aaron Hernandez’s interviews from the 2010 combine. The profiler said there was a number of red flags including his body language and how he answered questions. Teams may use FBI profilers to review interviews moving forward.

1:12 p.m.The Patriots could bring another Vereen to Foxboro.

Shane Vereen’s brother, Minnesota defensive back Brock Vereen, said he met with the Patriots on Saturday.

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Vereen is projected as a seventh-round pick.

12:54 p.m.The wide receivers and quarterbacks are officially done with the 40-yard dash. Now we wait on the official times for those numbers. When they come in, we’ll pass them along.

The running backs will run next. We’ll also be watching the quarterback and wide receiver position drills. The three-cone, short shuttle and jump numbers will be posted for the receivers and signal-callers soon, as well.

12:53 p.m.The wideouts are set to run again. We’ll track their second 40-yard dash here.

Robert Herron, Wyoming: 4.45, 4.50

Cody Hoffman, BYU: 4.54, 4.53

Josh Huff, Oregon: 4.45, 4.47

Allen Hurns, Miami: 4.53, 4.55

Jeff Janis: Saginaw Valley State: 4.30, 4.44

TJ Jones, Notre Dame: 4.40, 4.50

Jarvis Landry, LSU: 4.65, no second attempt

Marqise Lee, USC: 4.50, 4.44

Marcus Lucas, Missouri: 4.52

Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt: 4.40, 4.44

Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss: 4.40, 4.35

Kevin Norwood, Alabama: 4.39, 4.48

Walter Powell, Murray State: 4.59, 4.62

Tevin Reese, Baylor: 4.40

Paul Richardson, Colorado: 4.35

Allen Robinson, Penn State: 4.60, 4.56

Jalen Saunders, Oklahoma: 4.42, 4.41

Willie Snead, Ball State: 4.60, 4.63

Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State: 4.61, 4.69

Devin Street, Pittsburgh: 4.53, 4.47

L’Damian Washington, Missouri: 4.43, 4.43

Sammy Watkins, Clemson: 4.34, 4.37

Albert Wilson: Georgia State: 4.35, 4.35

12:26 p.m.The second group of wide receivers are set to run now. This group includes Sammy Watkins and Marqise Lee. Watkins has an outside shot to be the No. 1 pick in the draft.

Robert Herron, Wyoming: 4.45

Cody Hoffman, BYU: 4.54

Josh Huff, Oregon: 4.45

Allen Hurns, Miami: 4.53

Jeff Janis: Saginaw Valley State: 4.30

TJ Jones, Notre Dame: 4.40

Jarvis Landry, LSU: 4.65

Marqise Lee, USC: 4.50

Marcus Lucas, Missouri: 4.52

Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt: 4.40

Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss: 4.40

Kevin Norwood, Alabama: 4.39

Walter Powell, Murray State: 4.59

Tevin Reese, Baylor: 4.40

Paul Richardson, Colorado: 4.35

Allen Robinson, Penn State: 4.60

Jalen Saunders, Oklahoma: 4.42

Willie Snead, Ball State: 4.60

Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State: 4.61

Devin Street, Pittsburgh: 4.53

L’Damian Washington, Missouri: 4.43

Sammy Watkins, Clemson: 4.34

Albert Wilson: Georgia State: 4.35

11:57 a.m.The quarterbacks are set to run again. We’ll track their second 40-yard dash times as they test.

Stephen Morris, Miami: 4.62, 4.57

Bryn Renner, UNC: 4.85, 4.88

Tom Savage, Pittsburgh: 5.00, 4.85

Connor Shaw, South Carolina: 4.58, 4.55

Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech: 4.60, 4.57

Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M: 4.91, 4.94

Keith Wenning, Ball State: 4.88, 4.85

11:49 a.m.The second group of wide receivers and quarterbacks are set to run the 40-yard dash now. Clemson wideout Sammy Watkins is a player to watch. USC wideout Marqise Lee has to prove he has legitimate speed.

The quarterbacks are up first.

Stephen Morris, Miami: 4.62

Bryn Renner, UNC: 4.85

Tom Savage, Pittsburgh: 5.00

Connor Shaw, South Carolina: 4.58

Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech: 4.60

Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M: 4.91

Keith Wenning, Ball State: 4.88

11:34 a.m.Greg Schiano is sitting next to Bill Belichick at the combine again today. Belichick has been sitting in a box with Schiano, Michael Lombardi and Josh McDaniels.

11:20 a.m.Draft analysts aren’t big fans of AJ McCarron, but the coaches on the field seem to like him. He’s been praised a few times by the coaches helping at the combine.

11:03 a.m.Mike Mayock said on NFL Network that Brandin Cooks is making a case to be a first-rounder due to his impressive showing at the combine. He’s only 5-foot-10, 196 pounds, but he was insanely productive at Oregon State. He had 128 catches for 1,730 yards and 16 touchdowns in 2013. He also had 32 rushes for 217 yards and two touchdowns.

Those are some Tavon Austin-type numbers.

10:41 a.m.South Carolina’s Bruce Ellington and Texas A&M’s Mike Evans have impressed in the gauntlet drill so far. LSU’s Odell Beckham and Oregon State’s Brandin Cooks will likely get some more attention after the combine, as well. Beckham will likely be a first-round pick.

10:31 a.m.: The vertical jump numbers are finally out from Saturday. Oregon’s Colt Lyerla (39 inches), Fresno State’s Marcel Jensen (35 inches), Tennessee State’s A.C. Leonard (34 inches), Colorado State’s Crockett Gillmore (33.5 inches), Utah’s Jake Murphy (33 inches) and Texas Tech’s Jace Amaro (33 inches) finished in the top five for tight ends.

Boston College’s Matt Patchan (33.5 inches), Nevada’s Joel Bitonio (32), Texas A&M’s Jake Matthews (30.5), Michigan’s Taylor Lewan (30.5) and Clemson’s Brandon Thomas (29) finished in the top five for offensive linemen.

10:17 a.m.Teddy Bridgewater is a tier below Johnny Manziel and Blake Bortles, according to Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

McGinn talked to five teams’ personnel executives, and they put Manziel, Bortles, pass rushers Jadeveon Clowney, Khalil Mack and Anthony Barr, offensive tackles Greg Robinson and Jake Matthews and wide receiver Sammy Watkins in the top eight.

Bridgewater was placed in the tier of 10 players below those top guys.

Based on McGinn’s column, the cornerbacks are also being overrated by the media. The top corners were placed in the third tier of 32 players. Notre Dame defensive tackle Stephon Tuitt and Florida State wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin are being underrated by the media right now. Both of those players were placed in the second tier.

10:09 a.m.Thus ends the first group of wide receivers and quarterbacks. The running backs and second group of wide receivers and quarterbacks have yet to run.

Out of the first group, the Texas A&M guys were impressive. Manziel and Evans ran well. Clemson wideout Martavis Bryant had a solid showing, as well. So did Oregon State’s Brandin Cooks.

10:08 a.m.The wide receivers will run a second time. We’ll track those times here.

Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin: 4.50, 4.44

That’s a good improvement for the former Badger.

Davante Adams, Fresno State: 4.50, 4.54

Odell Beckham, Jr., LSU: 4.40, 4.31

Kelvin Benjamin, FSU: 4.59, 4.53

Chris Boyd, Vanderbilt: 4.60

Corey Brown, Ohio State: 4.37, 4.44

John Brown, Pittsburg State: 4.30, 4.35

Martavis Bryan, Clemson: 4.34, 4.35

Isaiah Burse, Fresno State: 4.56, 4.50

Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest: 4.46, 4.44

Brandon Coleman, Rutgers: 4.50, 4.53

Brandin Cooks, Oregon State: 4.30, 4.30

Damian Copeland, Louisville: 4.43, 4.40

Bruce Ellington, South Carolina: 4.37, 4.31

Quincy Enunwa, Nebraska: 4.40,

Mike Evans, Texas A&M: 4.50, 4.47

That’s crazy for a 231-pounder.

Shaq Evans, UCLA: 4.50, 4.50

Bennie Fowler, Michigan State: 4.50, 4.48

Austin Franklin, New Mexico State: 4.53, 4.53

Jeremy Gallon, Michigan: 4.45, 4.42

Ryan Grant, Tulane: 4.59, 4.62

Matt Hazel, Coastal Carolina: 4.50, 4.47

9:47 a.m: The first wide receiver is Jared Abbrederis out of Wisconsin. He ran a 4.50-second 40-yard dash.

Davante Adams, Fresno State: 4.50

Odell Beckham, Jr., LSU: 4.40

Kelvin Benjamin, FSU: 4.59

Benjamin is 6-foot-5, 240 pounds. It looked like he got an awkward start.

Chris Boyd, Vanderbilt: 4.60

Corey Brown, Ohio State: 4.37

That’s the best of the day so far.

John Brown, Pittsburg State: 4.30

Nevermind. That’s the fastest of the day so far.

Martavis Bryan, Clemson: 4.34

Isaiah Burse, Fresno State: 4.56

Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest: 4.46

Brandon Coleman, Rutgers: 4.50

Brandin Cooks, Oregon State: 4.30

Damian Copeland, Louisville: 4.43

Bruce Ellington, South Carolina: 4.37

Quincy Enunwa, Nebraska: 4.40

Mike Evans, Texas A&M: 4.50

That’s very good for a receiver that’s 6-foot-5, 231 pounds.

Shaq Evans, UCLA: 4.50

Bennie Fowler, Michigan State: 4.50

Austin Franklin, New Mexico State: 4.53

Jeremy Gallon, Michigan: 4.45

Ryan Grant, Tulane: 4.59

Matt Hazel, Coastal Carolina: 4.50

9:22 a.mIt’s time for the wide receivers to run now.

The quarterbacks impressed, especially Manziel. A 4.56 was slightly unexpected and matches up with any Russell Wilson comps that might be thrown at him.

9:21 a.mThe first attempts are over. Now the quarterbacks will run the 40-yard dash again.

Blake Bortles, UCF: 4.81, 4.88

Tajh Boyd, Clemson: 4.75, 4.84

Derek Carr, Fresno State: 4.68, 4.65

David Fales, San Jose State: 4.94, 5.03

Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois: 4.93, 4.95

Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois: 4.72, 4.72

Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M: 4.63, 4.56

Jeff Matthews, Cornell: 5.22, 5.22

AJ McCarron, Alabama: 4.94, 4.91

9:12 a.m.: UCF’s Blake Bortles was the first to run. The top QB prospect ran a 4.81. Teddy Bridgewater will not run.

Tajh Boyd, Clemson: 4.75

Derek Carr, Fresno State: 4.68

David Fales, San Jose State: 4.94

Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois: 4.93

Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois: 4.72

Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M: 4.63

Jeff Matthews, Cornell: 5.22

AJ McCarron, Alabama: 4.94

8 a.m. ET: Johnny Football will not show off his arm at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Johnny Manziel is expected to test his speed and agility, but the Texas A&M quarterback has decided not to throw in Indianapolis. Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and Fresno State signal-caller Derek Carr also will not throw as the wide receivers and running backs are also set to flash their skills at the combine.

Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles and Alabama’s AJ McCarron are the top-rated quarterbacks who have agreed to throw. Manziel will likely be the most athletic quarterback of the bunch to run the 40-yard dash, three-cone drill and short shuttle.

Among wideouts, Clemson’s Sammy Watkins, Texas A&M’s Mike Evans, Florida State’s Kelvin Benjamin, USC’s Marqise Lee and LSU’s Odell Beckham all could be first-round picks. All eyes will be on Evans and Benjamin to see if they have the elite speed to match their freakish size.

Evans is 6-foot-5, 231 pounds and Benjamin is 6-foot-5, 240 pounds. If they can even run in the 4.5-second range in the 40-yard dash, it will be impressive given their tight end-esque size.

There are no running backs expected to be taken in the first round this year. Washington’s Bishop Sankey could be the fastest among top-tier backs.

Follow along with the combine live blog all afternoon to track every 40-yard dash and the top five finishes in the speed, agility and jumping drills.

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