NFL Combine 2019 NFL Combine: QB 40 Times: 1. Jake Browning, QB, Washington: 4.78, 2. Ryan Finley, QB, North Carolina State: 4.73, 3. Nick Fitzgerald, QB, Mississippi State: 4.64, 4. Will Grier, QB, West Virginia: 4.84, 5. Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State: 5.04, 6. Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo: 4.59, 7. Daniel Jones, QB, Duke: 4.81, 8. Drew Lock, QB, Missouri: 4.69, 9. Trace McSorley, QB, Penn State: 4.57, 10. Gardner Minshew II, QB, Washington State: 4.97, 11. Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma: DNP, 12. Brett Rypien, QB, Boise State: 4.92, 13. Kyle Shurmur, QB, Vanderbilt: 4.92, 14. Easton Stick, QB, North Dakota State: 4.62, 15. Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn: 4.81, 16. Jordan Ta'amu, QB, Ole Miss: 4.77, 17. Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern: DNP, WR 40 Times: 1. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford: DNP, 2. Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame: 4.42, 3. Tyre Brady, WR, Marshall: DNP, 4. A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss: 4.49, 5. Marquise Brown: DNP, 6. Emmanuel Butler, WR, Northern Arizona: DNP, 7. Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State: 4.48, 8. Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State: 4.31, 9. Jamal Custis, WR, Syracuse: 4.50, 10. Felton Davis, WR, Michigan State: DNP, 11. Ryan Davis, WR, Auburn: DNP, 12. Johnnie Dixon, WR, Ohio State: ,4.41 13. Greg Dortch, WR, Wake Forest: DNP, 14. Keelan Doss, WR, Cal Davis: DNP, 15. Ashton Dulin, WR, Malone: 4.43, 16. Jovon Durante, WR, Florida Atlantic: 4.55, 17. Jazz Ferguson, WR, Northwestern State: 4.45, 18. Travis Fulgham, WR, Old Dominion: 4.58, 19. Terry Godwin, WR, Georgia: 4.55, 20. Emmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri: 4.39, 21. Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia: 4.33, 22. Kelvin Harmon, WR, North Carolina State: 4.60, 23. N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State: 4.53, 24. Lil Jordan Humphrey, WR, Texas: 4.75, 25. Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor: DNP, 26. Andy Isabella, WR, Massachussets: 4.31, 27. Gary Jennings, WR, West Virginia: 4.42, 28. Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo: DNP, 29. Bisi Johnson, WR, Colorado State: 4.51, 30. Deionte Johnson, WR, Toledo: 4.53, 31. KeeSean Johnson, WR, Fresno State: 4.60, 32. DaMarkus Lodge, WR, Ole Miss: 4.56, 33. Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State: 4.35, 34. D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss: 4.33, 35. Jakobi Meyers, WR, North Carolina State: 4.67, 36. Dillon Mitchell, WR, Oregon: 4.46, 37. Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, Nebraska: 4.53, 38. Nyqwan Murray, WR, Florida State: 4.63, 39. Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson: 4.60, 40. Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia: 4.58, 41. Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina: 4.48, 42. David Sills V, WR, West Virginia: 4.58, 43. Darius Slayton, WR, Auburn: 4.39, 44. Jaylen Smith, WR, Louisville: 4.47, 45. Cody Thompson, WR, Toledo: 4.57, 46. Jamarius Way, WR, South Alabama: 4.67, 47. Alex Wesley, WR, Northern Colorado: 4.45, 48. Antoine Wesley, WR, Texas Tech: DNP, TE 40 Times: 1. Kendall Blanton, TE, Missouri: 4.95, 2. Keenen Brown, TE, Texas State: 4.75, 3. C.J. Conrad, TE, Kentucky: DNP, 4. Noah Fant, TE, Iowa: 4.50, 5. Zach Gentry, TE, Michigan: 4.90, 6. Daniel Helm, TE, Duke: 4.89, 7. T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa: 4.70, 8. Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss: DNP, 9. Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame: 4.70, 10. Foster Moreau, TE, LSU: 4.66, 11. Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia: 4.91, 12. Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State: 4.63, 13. Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State: 4.73, 14. Drew Sample, TE, Washington: 4.71, 15. Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama: 4.63, 16. Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford: 4.91, 17. Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M: 4.75, 18. Tommy Sweeney, TE, Boston College: 4.83, 19. Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State: 4.67, 20. Trevon Wesco, FB/TE, West Virginia: 4.89, 21. Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA: 4.56, TE Bench Press: 1. Kendall Blanton, TE, Missouri: 22 reps, 2. Keenen Brown, TE, Texas State: 17 reps, 3. C.J. Conrad, TE, Kentucky: DNP, 4. Noah Fant, TE, Iowa: 20 reps, 5. Zach Gentry, TE, Michigan: 12 reps, 6. Daniel Helm, TE, Duke: 14 reps, 7. T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa: 17 reps, 8. Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss: 16 reps, 9. Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame: 22 reps, 10. Foster Moreau, TE, LSU: 22 reps, 11. Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia: 19 reps, 12. Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State: 22 reps, 13. Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State: 15 reps, 14. Drew Sample, TE, Washington: DNP, 15. Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama: 19 reps, 16. Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford: 15 reps, 17. Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M: 17 reps, 18. Tommy Sweeney, TE, Boston College: , 19. Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State: 19 reps, 20. Trevon Wesco, FB/TE, West Virginia: 24 reps, 21. Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA: DNP




2019 NFL Combine: Day 2 Recap




Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Posted on: 3/2/2019.



Quarterback Combine Results





Dwayne Haskins and Drew Lock are my two favorite quarterbacks in this subpar quarterback class. Daniel Jones has also impressed throughout the draft process.




Player
Position
School
Height
Weight
Unofficial 40 Time
Official 40 Time
Bench Press
Arm
Hand
Projected Round
Jake Browning
QB
6-foot-2
211 lbs
4.78
4.74
DNP
32 1/2
9
6th
Ryan Finley
QB
6-foot-4
208 lbs
4.75
4.73
DNP
31 1/2
9 3/8
6th
Nick Fitzgerald
QB
6-foot-5
226 lbs
4.65
4.64
DNP
31 7/8
9 3/4
Undrafted
Will Grier
QB
6-foot-2
208 lbs
4.88
4.84
DNP
31 1/2
9 1/2
3rd
Dwayne Haskins
QB
6-foot-3
231 lbs
5.05
5.04
DNP
33 1/2
9 5/8
Top 10 Pick
Tyree Jackson
QB
6-foot-7
249 lbs
4.59
4.59
DNP
35 3/4
10
3rd
Daniel Jones
QB
6-foot-5
220 lbs
4.83
4.81
DNP
33 1/4
9 3/4
1st
Drew Lock
QB
6-foot-4
223 lbs
4.70
4.69
DNP
33 1/2
9
Top 10 Pick
Trace McSorley
QB
6-foot-0
200 lbs
4.59
4.57
DNP
31 1/8
9 1/8
7th
Gardner Minshew II
QB
6-foot-1
224 lbs
4.97
4.97
DNP
31 1/4
10 1/4
6th
Kyler Murray
QB
5-foot-10
207 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
28 1/2
9 1/2
1st
Brett Rypien
QB
6-foot-2
204 lbs
4.97
4.92
DNP
30 1/4
9
7th
Kyle Shurmur
QB
6-foot-4
230 lbs
4.92
4.92
DNP
32 3/4
8 7/8
Undrafted
Easton Stick
QB
6-foot-2
217 lbs
4.65
4.65
DNP
31 7/8
9 1/2
6th
Jarrett Stidham
QB
6-foot-2
213 lbs
4.82
4.81
DNP
32 1/4
9 3/8
4th
Jordan Ta'amu
QB
6-foot-2
222 lbs
4.78
4.77
DNP
32 1/4
9 3/8
Undrafted
Clayton Thorson
QB
6-foot-4
222 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
31 1/8
9 3/4
Undrafted

Quarterbacks Combine Recap: NFL Network overhyped Kyler Murray at will. Yes he won the Heisman Trophy just like Baker Mayfield. Heck, I'm even open to moving him into the first round. I still like Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock, and Daniel Jones better and yes in that order.


The scary thing is that the rumors about Murray going first overall to Arizona continue to grow. I'm fully convinced that everyone at NFL Network is secretly running the Kyler Murray fanclub.


Dwayne Haskins did well with the 1-step, 3-step, and 5-step throws. Haskins struggled on 7-step throws though. Other pocket quarterbacks ran better 40-times then Haskins.


Daniel Jones built on his strong Senior Bowl week. He completed passes with 1-step, 3-step, and 5-step throws. Jones struggled with 7-step throws just like Haskins. He overthrew a 7-step throw, he underthrew a 7-step throw, and he threw a 7-step throw too late. Pressuring a pocket quarterback like Daniel Jones into making 7-step throws is the key to rattling him since he does not run out of the pocket.


Drew Lock showed the abilty to make 1-step, 3-step, 5-step, and 7-step throws. Honeslty, I won't blame the Giants for taking Drew Lock over Dwayne Haskins at 6.


We now know that all four quarterbacks who could start in 2019 Haskins, Lock, Jones, and Murray will all most likely go in the first round. However, I'd argue that the separation Haskins had leading into the 2019 NFL Combine is much thinner then people realize. Haskins is no longer the clear cut number one quarterback in this class.


You can argue that Kyler Murray has the best production. Haskins has the best ceiling. Daniel Jones has the safest floor due to reading 5-progressions. Drew Lock has the best footwork and leadership given that he was a team captain. When you look at it like that, this makes evaluating this inconsistent quarterback class that much tougher.


Tyree Jackson is now my fifth best quarterback. He outperformed Will Grier in both the 2019 Senior Bowl and the 2019 NFL Combine. Grier struggled with some throws today. Jackson on the other hand dominated. Honestly, I feel like Tyree Jackson on day 2 has much better value then Kyler Murray on day 1.


If Tyree Jackson outperforms Kyler Murray in the Pro Days, then I may just move Tyree Jackson into round 1 just for clickbait purposes. Still, the hype around this years Heisman winner will not go away.


Backups like Jake Browning, Ryan Finley, Jarrett Stidham, and Easton Stick impressed today. That's all these quartebacks are though. If these quarterbacks impress at their Pro Day then they could move up into day 2 territory in the third round in a quarterback class this abysmal.


Wide Receiver Combine Results



N'Keal Harry is my favorite receiver heading into the 2019 NFL Combine. This is the strongest receiver group I have seen since 2014.




Player
Position
School
Height
Weight
Unofficial 40 Time
Official 40 Time
Bench Press
Arm
Hand
Projected Round
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
WR
6-foot-2
225 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
33 1/4
9 1/2
3rd
Miles Boykin
WR
6-foot-3
220 lbs
4.47
4.42
12 reps
33 1/2
9 7/8
2nd
Tyre Brady
WR
6-foot-2
206 lbs
DNP
DNP
12 reps
33 3/4
10
4th
A.J. Brown
WR
6-foot-0
226 lbs
4.57
4.49
19 reps
32 7/8
9 3/4
2nd
Marquise Brown
WR
5-foot-9
166 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
30 1/2
9
4th
Emmanuel Butler
WR
6-foot-3
217 lbs
DNP
DNP
11 reps
33
10 1/8
7th
Hakeem Butler
WR
6-foot-5
227 lbs
4.49
4.48
18 reps
35 1/4
10 3/4
2nd
Parris Campbell
WR
5-foot-11
205 lbs
4.38
4.31
11 reps
32 1/4
9 1/2
2nd
Jamal Custis
WR
6-foot-4
212 lbs
4.54
4.50
DNP
34 1/4
10 1/2
7th
Felton Davis
WR
6-foot-3
211 lbs
DNP
DNP
21 reps
32 3/4
10 1/4
Undrafted
Ryan Davis
WR
5-foot-9
179 lbs
DNP
DNP
12 reps
30 1/4
9 1/4
Undrafted
Johnnie Dixon
WR
5-foot-10
201 lbs
4.46
4.41
16 reps
30 1/4
9 5/8
4th
Greg Dortch
WR
5-foot-7
173 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
29 1/4
9 1/4
Undrafted
Keelan Doss
WR
6-foot-2
207 lbs
DNP
DNP
8 reps
33
9
7th
Ashton Dulin
WR
6-foot-1
215 lbs
4.46
4.43
13 reps
33 3/8
9
7th
Jovon Durante
WR
5-foot-11
160 lbs
4.57
4.55
DNP
31 1/8
8 3/4
Undrafted
Jazz Ferguson
WR
6-foot-5
227 lbs
4.50
4.45
8 reps
34 1/4
9 1/4
7th
Travis Fulgham
WR
6-foot-3
205 lbs
4.60
4.58
15 reps
34 3/4
9 3/8
5th
Terry Godwin
WR
5-foot-11
177 lbs
4.60
4.55
DNP
29 1/8
9 1/4
Undrafted
Emmanuel Hall
WR
6-foot-2
201 lbs
4.40
4.39
15 reps
33 1/4
9 3/4
7th
Mecole Hardman
WR
5-foot-10
187 lbs
4.35
4.33
17 reps
30 1/4
9
Undrafted
Kelvin Harmon
WR
6-foot-2
221 lbs
4.64
4.60
18 reps
32 1/2
9 1/2
3rd
N'Keal Harry
WR
6-foot-2
228 lbs
4.59
4.53
27 reps
33
9 1/2
1st
Lil'Jordan Humphrey
WR
6-foot-4
210 lbs
4.79
4.75
13 reps
32 3/4
9 1/2
4th
Jalen Hurd
WR
6-foot-5
227 lbs
DNP
DNP
23 reps
32 1/4
10 1/8
6th
Andy Isabella
WR
5-foot-8
186 lbs
4.41
4.31
15 reps
33 1/2
8 7/8
4th
Gary Jennings
WR
6-foot-1
213 lbs
4.42
4.42
20 reps
33
9 1/2
5th
Anthony Johnson
WR
6-foot-2
211 lbs
DNP
DNP
18 reps
31 3/8
9
2nd
Bisi Johnson
WR
6-foot-0
204 lbs
4.51
4.51
14 reps
30 3/4
10 3/8
7th
Deionte Johnson
WR
5-foot-10
183 lbs
4.53
4.53
15 reps
30 3/4
9
Undrafted
KeeSean Johnson
WR
6-foot-1
201 lbs
4.60
4.60
14 reps
32
9 1/2
Undrafted
DaMarkus Lodge
WR
6-foot-1
202 lbs
4.57
4.56
11 reps
32 3/4
9 3/4
7th
Terry McLaurin
WR
6-foot-1
208 lbs
4.36
4.35
18 reps
31 1/2
9 1/8
5th
D.K. Metcalf
WR
6-foot-3
228 lbs
4.33
4.33
27 reps
34 7/8
9 7/8
1st
Jakobi Meyers
WR
6-foot-1
197 lbs
4.67
4.67
13 reps
32 1/8
9 5/8
Undrafted
Dillon Mitchell
WR
6-foot-1
197 lbs
4.47
4.46
12 reps
31 1/2
9
1st
Stanley Morgan Jr.
WR
6-foot-0
202 lbs
4.53
4.53
14 reps
32 3/8
9 7/8
4th
Nyqwan Murray
WR
5-foot-10
191 lbs
4.67
4.63
8 reps
31 1/8
9 3/8
Undrafted
Hunter Renfrow
WR
5-foot-10
175 lbs
4.59
4.60
7 reps
29
7 3/4
7th
Riley Ridley
WR
6-foot-1
199 lbs
4.61
4.58
13 reps
32 5/8
10 1/4
4th
Deebo Samuel
WR
5-foot-11
216 lbs
4.50
4.48
15 reps
32 1/2
10 1/8
2nd
David Sils V
WR
6-foot-3
220 lbs
4.58
4.58
14 reps
32
8 7/8
2nd
Darius Slayton
WR
6-foot-1
190 lbs
4.39
4.39
11 reps
32 3/4
10
7th
Jaylen Smith
WR
6-foot-2
221 lbs
4.49
4.47
14 reps
33 5/8
8 3/8
3rd
Cody Thompson
WR
6-foot-1
205 lbs
4.58
4.57
19 reps
31
9 3/8
7th
Jamarius Way
WR
6-foot-3
215 lbs
4.67
4.67
16 reps
33
10 1/4
7th
Alex Wesley
WR
5-foot-11
191 lbs
4.45
4.45
13 reps
31 1/2
9
4th
Antoine Wesley
WR
6-foot-4
206 lbs
DNP
DNP
6 reps
34
9 3/4
Undrafted

Wide Receivers Combine Recap: Parris Campbell and Johnnie Dixond did well in the first group of wide receivers for Ohio State. Dwayne Haskins had a good supporting cast at Ohio State.


Travis Fulgham dropped a pass in the toe drag. Kelvin Harmon and N'Keal Harry dominated the toe drag. Lil Jordan Humphrey caught a ball from Tyree Jackson that Jackson threw high.


Kelvin Harmon, N'Keal Harry, and Lil Jordan Humphrey continue to dominate the first group.


Parris Campbell caught a pass from Will Grier. I had a fourth round grade on Campbell, but he's done welll enough to warrant a day 2 grade. Johnnie Dixon is impressing enough to warrant top 150 consideration. Dixon is someone I'll have to add to my board.


Miles Boykin and Tyre Brady dominaged the gaunlet drill. A.J. Brown was the first receiver to drop a ball in the gaunltett drill. Emmanuel Butler did well inthe gaunltet drill. Hakeem butler did not catch every ball. Parris Campbell continues his dominant day. Jamal Custis dropped a ball. Auburn receiver Ryan Davis did not drop a ball in the gaunlet drill despite not running a 40-time. Johnnie Dixon continued his flawless day. Jovon Durante dropped ball in the gaunlett drill. Jazz Ferguson caught everything in sight. Old Dominion wide receiver Travis Fulgham did the same so did Kelvin Harmon out of North Carolina State. N'Keal Harry dropped the soap on the last ball thrown his way. Lil Jordan Humphrey caught everything in the gaunltet drill.


Harry went through the gaunltet a second time. He dropped a pass in the drill for a second time in a row.


Anthony Johnson did not run a 40-time. At the same time, he caught everything in the gaunlet drill. He ran a 4.43 40-time at Buffalo in 2017 and a 4.41 40-time in 2018. Unless he runs a bad 40-time, I'm not lowering his draft stock.


D.K. Metcalf hulk smashed every wide receiver. I mean that in the most literal way possible. Not only was Mark Sciubba right about Metcalf, he's established himself as the blue chip receiver in this draft class.


Dillon Mitchell ran a good 40-time. He dropped a pass on one of the deep routes. At the same time, he picked apart Byron Murphy and had fewer drops then N'Keal Harry. Metcalf, Harry, Mitchell, Samuel, Anthony Johnson is 5A and A.J. Brown is 5B among my receivers. Brown dropped some passes in this combine.


David Sills V caught everything his way despite a bad 40-time. He's one of the better receivers in this class. Hakeem Butler could surpass David Sills V after his strong day. Parris Campbell is now a second round receiver on my board after such a strong day. I had 6 receivers with second round grades. Metcalf, Butler, Campbell, and Boykin all now look like second round picks so with 10 wide receivers that have second round grades this class just continues to be loaded at wide receiver.


Guys like Kelvin Harmon and Jaylen Smith both belong in the third round. Even some of the guys I had undrafted grades on did well with their speed. The Ohio State wide receivers make me want to question how good Dwayne Haskins is.


Andy Isabella had a good combine. He may end up being a day 3 pick, but he will still end up being a steal on day 3 of the 2019 NFL Draft.


Tight End Combine Results




This may be a deeper tight end class then 2017. I don't think its as top heavy, however you can argue its a deeper class.




Player
Position
School
Height
Weight
Unofficial 40 Time
Official 40 Time
Bench Press
Arm
Hand
Projected Round
Kendall Blanton
TE
6-foot-6
262 lbs
4.96
4.95
22 reps
33 3/4
10 3/8
7th
Keenen Brown
TE
6-foot-2
250 lbs
4.77
4.76
17 reps
34 1/2
9 7/8
Undrafted
C.J. Conrad
TE
6-foot-4
243 lbs
DNP
DNP
DNP
30 1/8
9 3/8
7th
Noah Fant
TE
6-foot-4
249 lbs
4.53
4.50
20 reps
33 1/2
9 3/4
1st
Zach Gentry
TE
6-foot-8
265 lbs
4.92
4.90
12 reps
34 1/8
9 1/2
7th
Daniel Helm
TE
6-foot-4
248 lbs
4.94
4.89
14 reps
34 3/4
9 3/4
Undrafted
T.J. Hockenson
TE
6-foot-4
251 lbs
4.73
4.70
17 reps
32 1/4
9 1/2
1st
Dawson Knox
TE
6-foot-4
254 lbs
DNP
DNP
16 reps
33 1/2
9 3/4
Undrafted
Alize Mack
TE
6-foot-4
249 lbs
4.72
4.70
22 reps
33 3/4
9 3/8
4th
Foster Moreau
TE
6-foot-4
250 lbs
4.66
4.66
22 reps
33 3/4
9 7/8
4th
Isaac Nauta
TE
6-foot-3
244 lbs
4.92
4.91
19 reps
31 7/8
9 3/8
5th
Josh Oliver
TE
6-foot-4
246 lbs
4.71
4.63
22 reps
33 3/8
10 5/8
4th
Dax Raymond
TE
6-foot-5
249 lbs
4.76
4.73
15 reps
32 5/8
10 3/8
4th
Drew Sample
TE
6-foot-5
250 lbs
4.73
4.71
DNP
33 1/2
9 3/4
7th
Irv Smith Jr.
TE
6-foot-2
242 lbs
4.67
4.63
19 reps
31 1/2
9 1/2
3rd
Kaden Smith
TE
6-foot-5
255 lbs
4.94
4.91
15 reps
32 1/4
9 5/8
5th
Jace Sternberger
TE
6-foot-4
251 lbs
4.77
4.75
17 reps
32 1/8
9 3/4
5th
Tommy Sweeney
TE
6-foot-5
253 lbs
4.85
4.83
17 reps
33 1/8
9 3/4
4th
Kahale Warring
TE
6-foot-5
252 lbs
4.68
4.67
19 reps
32 3/4
9 3/4
Undrafted
Trevon Wesco
FB/TE
6-foot-3
270 lbs
4.92
4.89
24 reps
34 5/8
9 3/8
5th
Caleb Wilson
TE
6-foot-4
240 lbs
4.50
4.56
DNP
33
9 3/4
5th

Tight Ends Combine Recap: Noah Fant headlined this draft. He looked good in the toe drag drill. Kaden Smith dropped a pass in the toe drag.


Tommy Sweeney did good in the toe drag and the deep route drill. He knows how to catch in traffic effectively despite his lack of speed.


Irv Smith Jr. and Kaden Smith did well in the deep route drill. Jace Sternberger also caught a deep ball as did Tommy Sweeney despite not standing out in Mobile.


Caleb Wilson could not catch a deep ball. You can argue the quarterback overthrew him.


All of the tight ends dominated in the blocking drill. While this class may not have consistent pass catchers across the board, this class has an abundance of tight ends who can block effectively.


Kaden Smith, Alize Mack, Irv Smith Jr. all dropped passes throughout the day. T.J. Hockenson did well in the gaunlet drill. He caught everything in sight, but could not keep his feet straight on the line.


Noah Fant continued to separate himself throughout the day. Dawson Knox caught everything in the gaunlet drill despite not runing a 40-time.


Noah Fant finally dropped a pass in the deep route drill. Zach Gentry dropped a ball in the gaunlet drill. T.J. Hockenson and Dawson Knox dominaated in a deep ball drill. Alize Mack also rebounded in the deep ball drill. Foster Moreau made a nice play. Josh Oliver caught a one-handed ball on a wheel route.


Hockenson was the only tight end who did not drop a pass at the 2019 NFL Combine that looked good in the 40 time. It's looking like both Iowa tight ends will be the first two tight ends drafted.


Tommy Sweeney was the only tight end besides Hockenson who did not drop a pass all day. At the same time he had the slowest 40 time among tight ends. That makes Sweeney a day 3 pick considering he was only 6 seconds faster then West Virginia fullback Daniel Wesco.








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