4:40 p.m.: Here are the combine standouts from today.
This might be the most athletic class in NFL history. We saw John Ross break the combine record with a 4.22-second 40-yard dash, and 15 players had broad jumps of 11 feet or over.
That will do it for our combine live blogs until next year.
1:40 p.m.: Here are the top official 40 times from the second group of DBs.
1:36 p.m.: Defensive back vertical leap and broad jump numbers have been posted.
Top vertical leap results for safeties:
Obi Melifonwu, UConn: 44 inches
Marcus Williams: 43.5 inches
Josh Jones, NC State: 37.5 inches
John Johnson, Boston College: 37 inches
Rayshawn Jenkins, Miami: 37 inches
Top vertical leap results for cornerbacks:
Ahkello Witherspoon, Colorado: 40.5 inches
Kevin King, Washington: 39.5 inches
Shaquill Griffin, Central Florida: 38.5 inches
Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State: 38.5 inches
Fabian Moreau, UCLA: 38 inches
Top broad jump results for safeties:
Melifonwu: 11 feet, 9 inches
Josh Jones: 11 feet
Marcus Williams: 10 feet, 9 inches
Jenkins: 10 feet, 8 inches
Montae Nicholson, Michigan State: 10 feet, 5 inches
Top broad jump results for cornerbacks:
Moreau: 11 feet, 4 inches
Lattimore: 11 feet
Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado: 11 feet
Griffin: 11 feet
Ezra Robinson, Tennessee State: 10 feet, 10 inches
Noon: The second group of defensive backs are running now. Here are the results.
CB Kevin King, Washington: 4.44 seconds
CB Ashton Lampkin, Oklahoma State: 4.53
CB Brandon Langley, Lamar: 4.44
CB Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State: 4.36
CB Jourdain Lewis, Michigan: 4.55
S Shalom Luani, Washington State: 4.56
CB Art Maulet, Memphis: 4.66
S Obi Melifonwu, UConn: 4.46
CB Fabian Moreau, UCLA: 4.35
CB Jalen Myrick, Minnesota: 4.29
S Montae Nicholson, Michigan State: 4.48
CB Ezra Robinson, Tennessee State: 4.48
CB Sojourn Shelton, Wisconsin: 4.58
CB Channing Stribling, Michigan: 4.68
CB Cameron Sutton, Tennessee: 4.53
CB Teez Tabor, Florida: 4.63
CB Cordrea Tankersley, Clemson: 4.47
S Tedric Thompson, Colorado: 4.60
CB Jack Tocho, NC State: 4.55
CB Mike Tyson, Cincinnati: 4.53
CB Marquez White, Florida State: 4.68
CB Tre’Davious White, LSU: 4.47
S Marcus Williams, Utah: 4.57
CB Howard Wilson, Houston: 4.58
CB Quincy Wilson, Florida: 4.56
CB Ahkello Witherspoon, Colorado: 4.45
S Xavier Woods, Louisiana Tech: 4.54
Lattimore and Melifonwu helped themselves with those times. Melifonwu is a freak athlete with elite explosion numbers too. He’s 6-foot-4, 224 pounds.
Here are their second heats.
King: 4.48/1.55-second 10-yard split
Robinson, Tennessee State: 4.50
Marquez White: 4.60/1.61
Tre’Davious White: 4.55/1.60
Howard Wilson: 4.62/1.64
Quincy Wilson: 4.54/1.59
And that’s the final 40-yard dash of the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine.
Now we’ll wait for official times, as well as 3-cone, short shuttle, broad jump and vertical leap results.
10:54 a.m.: Here are the top official 40-yard dash times for the first group.
Josh Jones: 4.41
Sidney Jones: 4.47
Some other notable results:
10 a.m: The defensive backs are off the races. Here’s the first group as they run their 40s.
S Jamal Adams, LSU: 4.56 seconds
CB Brian Allen, Utah: 4.43
CB Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado: 4.44
S Budda Baker, Washington: 4.46
S Jamal Carter, Miami: 4.72
S Chuck Clark, Virginia Tech: 4.55
CB Gareon Conley, Ohio State: 4.45
CB Treston Decoud, Oregon State: 4.64
CB Rasul Douglas, West Virginia: 4.60
CB Corn Elder, Miami: 4.56
S Nate Gerry, Nebraska: 4.58
CB Shaquill Griffin, Central Florida: 4.39
CB Nate Hairston, Temple: 4.56
S Delano Hill, Michigan: 4.48
CB Marlon Humphrey, Alabama: 4.41
CB Adoree Jackson, USC: 4.39
S RayShawn Jenkins, Miami: 4.51
S Lorenzo Jerome, St. Francis: 4.73
S Jadar Johnson, Clemson: 4.71
S John Johnson, Boston College: 4.61
S Josh Jones, North Carolina State: 4.41
CB Sidney Jones, Washington: 4.48
CB Damontae Kazee, San Diego State: 4.59
The first group is now running their second heats.
Jadar Johnson: 4.61
John Johnson: 4.67
Josh Jones: 4.44
Sidney Jones: 4.52
That will do it for the first group of defensive backs. Baker, Jackson and Humphrey helped themselves.
9:10 a.m.: The final day of the NFL Scouting Combine is upon us. The cornerbacks and safeties will run through drills and work out Monday.
The top cornerback prospects to watch are Ohio State’s Marshon Lattimore, Florida’s Teez Tabor, Alabama’s Marlon Humphrey and Washington’s Sidney Jones. The top safeties are Ohio State’s Malik Hooker, LSU’s Jamal Adams, Washington’s Budda Baker and UConn’s Obi Melifonwu.
Stay here as we track their 40-yard dash times.
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