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2018 NFL Scouting Combine WR Results and Analysis

Split out wide.

Who helped themselves the most

D.J. Chark, LSU: Chark finished with the fastest 40 times of any offensive player at the Combine. Better yet, he also had the highest vertical and did well in the receiving drills. He could end up getting taken near the end of the first round.

Who hurt themselves the most

Simmie Cobbs, Indiana: Cobbs did okay in the agility drills, but that’s about it. He was near the bottom of every other workout result. His 40 times is especially concerning. Maybe someone will take a chance on him later in the draft.

Mixed bag

Christian Kirk, Texas A&M: Kirk was seen by some as a fringe first-round prospect, and his performance at the Combine reflects that. His 40 time was solid, and he looked okay in the receiver drills, but his agility workouts weren’t very good.

Wide receivers

40-yard dash times

D.J. Chark, LSU: 4.34 seconds

Marquez Valdes-Scantling, South Florida: 4.37 seconds

Robert Foster, Alabama: 4.41 seconds

Antonio Callaway, Florida: 4.41 seconds

Keke Coutee, Texas Tech: 4.43 seconds

D.J. Moore, Maryland: 4.43 seconds

Deon Cain, Clemson: 4.43 seconds

Jester Weah, Pittsburgh: 4.43 seconds

Calvin Ridley, Alabama: 4.43 seconds

Byron Pringle, Kansas State: 4.46 seconds

Christian Kirk, Texas A&M: 4.47 seconds

Equanimeous St. Brown, Notre Dame: 4.48 seconds

Richie James, Middle Tennessee State: 4.48 seconds

Tre’Quan Smith, UCF: 4.49 seconds

Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh: 4.50 seconds

Jordan Lasley, UCLA: 4.50 seconds

Davon Grayson, East Carolina: 4.51 seconds

Michael Gallup, Colorado: 4.51 seconds

Chris Lacy, Oklahoma State: 4.51 seconds

Ka’Raun White, West Virginia: 4.52 seconds

Ray-Ray McCloud, Clemson: 4.53 seconds

Javon Wims, Georgia: 4.54 seconds

James Washington, Oklahoma State: 4.54 seconds

Courtland Sutton, SMU: 4.54 seconds

Allen Lazard, Iowa State: 4.55 seconds

Cedrick Wilson, Boise State: 4.55 seconds

Trey Quinn, SMU: 4.55 seconds

Steven Mitchell, USC: 4.56 seconds

Korey Robertson, Southern Miss: 4.56 seconds

Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State: 4.56 seconds

Dylan Cantrell, Texas Tech: 4.59 seconds

J’Mon Moore, Missouri: 4.60 seconds

Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State: 4.62 seconds

Simmie Cobbs, Indiana: 4.64 seconds

Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State: 4.67 seconds

Auden Tate, Florida State: 4.68 seconds

Tavares Martin Jr, Washington State: 4.80 seconds

Bench press

Ka’Raun White, West Virginia: 24 reps

Anthony Miller, Memphis: 22 reps

J’Mon Moore, Missouri: 21 reps

Equanimeous St. Brown, Notre Dame: 20 reps

Christian Kirk, Texas A&M: 20 reps

Davon Grayson, East Carolina: 19 reps

Dylan Cantrell, Texas Tech: 18 reps

Courtland Sutton, SMU: 18 reps

Allen Lazard, Iowa State: 17 reps

Trey Quinn, SMU: 17 reps

D.J. Chark, LSU: 16 reps

Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State: 16 reps

Calvin Ridley, Alabama: 15 reps

Jester Weah, Pittsburgh: 15 reps

Marquez Valdes-Scantling, South Florida: 15 reps

Byron Pringle, Kansas State: 15 reps

D.J. Moore, Maryland: 15 reps

Keke Coutee, Texas Tech: 14 reps

James Washington, Oklahoma State: 14 reps

Korey Robertson, Southern Miss: 13 reps

Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State: 13 reps

Ray-Ray McCloud, Clemson: 13 reps

Steven Mitchell, USC: 13 reps

Tre’Quan Smith, UCF: 12 reps

Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh: 12 reps

Deon Cain, Clemson: 11 reps

Simmie Cobbs, Indiana: 11 reps

Braxton Berrios, Miami: 11 reps

Chris Lacy, Oklahoma State: 11 reps

Michael Gallup, Colorado: 10 reps

Cedrick Wilson, Boise State: 9 reps

Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State: 9 reps

Jordan Lasley, UCLA: 8 reps

Richie James, Middle Tennessee State: 6 reps

Vertical jump

D.J. Chark, LSU: 40 inches

D.J. Moore, Maryland: 39.5 inches

Dylan Cantrell, Texas Tech: 38.5 inches

J’Mon Moore, Missouri: 38 inches

Allen Lazard, Iowa State: 38 inches

Jester Weah, Pittsburgh: 38 inches

Tre’Quan Smith, UCF: 37.5 inches

Cedrick Wilson, Boise State: 37 inches

Darren Carrington II, Utah: 36 inches

Michael Gallup, Colorado: 36 inches

Christian Kirk, Texas A&M: 35.5 inches

Courtland Sutton, SMU: 35.5 inches

Richie James, Middle Tennessee State: 35.5 inches

James Washington, Oklahoma State: 34.5 inches

Ray-Ray McCloud, Clemson: 34.5 inches

Jordan Lasley, UCLA: 34.5 inches

Daesean Hamilton, Penn State: 34.5 inches

Davon Grayson, East Carolina: 34.5 inches

Keke Coutee, Texas Tech: 34.5 inches

Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State: 34.5 inches

Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State: 34 inches

Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State: 34 inches

Antonio Callaway, Florida: 34 inches

Korey Robertson, Southern Miss: 34 inches

Ka’Raun Smith, West Virginia: 33.5 inches

Chris Lacy, Oklahoma State: 33.5 inches

Javon Wims, Georgia: 33.5 inches

Deon Cain, Clemson: 33.5 inches

Byron Pringle, Kansas State: 33.5 inches

Trey Quinn, SMU: 33.5 inches

Steven Mitchell, USC: 32.5 inches

Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh: 32.5 inches

Tavares Martin, Washington State: 31.5 inches

Calvin Ridley, Alabama: 31 inches

Robert Foster, Alabama: 31 inches

Auden Tate, Florida State: 31 inches

Marquez Valdes-Scantling, South Florida: 30.5 inches

Simmie Cobbs, Indiana: 30 inches

Broad jump

D.J. Moore, Maryland: 132 inches

Tre’Quan Smith, UCF: 130 inches

Dylan Cantrell, Texas Tech: 130 inches

D.J. Chark, LSU: 129 inches

Jester Weah, Pittsburgh: 129 inches

Courtland Sutton, SMU: 124 inches

Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State: 124 inches

Davon Grayson, East Carolina: 124 inches

Marquez Valdes-Scantling, South Florida: 124 inches

Korey Robertson, Southern Miss: 123 inches

Richie James, Middle Tennessee State: 122 inches

Allen Lazard, Iowa State: 122 inches

Micahel Gallup, Colorado: 122 inches

Steven Mitchell, USC: 121 inches

Antonio Callaway, Florida: 121 inches

Cedrick Wilson, Boise State: 121 inches

Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State: 121 inches

Darren Carrington II, Utah: 120 inches

J’Mon Moore, Missouri: 120 inches

Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh: 120 inches

James Washington, Oklahoma State: 120 inches

Chris Lacy, Oklahoma State: 120 inches

Byron Pringle, Kansas State: 120 inches

Daesean Hamilton, Penn State: 118 inches

Ka’Raun Smith, West Virginia: 118 inches

Trey Quinn, SMU: 116 inches

Robert Foster, Alabama: 116 inches

Christian Kirk, Texas A&M: 115 inches

Deon Cain, Clemson: 115 inches

Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State: 114 inches

Keke Coutee, Texas Tech: 113 inches

Javon Wims, Georgia: 113 inches

Simmie Cobbs, Indiana: 113 inches

Ray-Ray McCloud, Clemson: 113 inches

Auden Tate, Florida State: 112 inches

Jordan Lasley, UCLA: 112 inches

Calvin Ridley, Alabama: 110 inches

Three-cone drill

Dylan Cantrell, Texas Tech: 6.56 seconds

J’Mon Moore, Missouri: 6.56 seconds

Courtland Sutton, SMU: 6.57 seconds

Simmie Cobbs, Indiana: 6.70 seconds

Deon Cain, Clemson: 6.71 seconds

Steven Mitchell, USC: 6.75 seconds

Daesean Hamilton, Penn State: 6.84 seconds

Byron Pringle, 6.87 seconds

Richie James, Middle Tennessee State: 6.87 seconds

Calvin Ridley, Alabama: 6.88 seconds

Cedrick Wilson, Boise State: 6.89 seconds

Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh: 6.89 seconds

Robert Foster, Alabama: 6.90 seconds

Trey Quinn, SMU: 6.91 seconds

Keke Coutee, Texas Tech: 6.93 seconds

Michael Gallup, Colorado: 6.95 seconds

D.J. Moore, Maryland: 6.95 seconds

Tre’Quan Smith, UCF: 6.97 seconds

Javon Wims, 7.00 seconds

Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State: 7.07 seconds

Christian Kirk, Texas A&M: 7.09 seconds

James Washington, Oklahoma Stae: 7.11 seconds

Ka’Raun Smith, West Virginia: 7.16 seconds

Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State: 7.20 seconds

Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State: 7.24 seconds

Jester Weah, Pittsburgh: 7.24 seconds

20-yard shuttle

Dylan Cantrell, Texas Tech: 4.03 seconds

J’Mon Moore, Missouri: 4.04 seconds

D.J. Moore, Maryland: 4.07 seconds

Courtland Sutton, SMU: 4.11 seconds

Keke Coutee, Texas Tech: 4.15 seconds

Daesean Hamilton, Penn State: 4.15 seconds

Richie James, Middle Tennessee State: 4.16 seconds

Jordan Lasley, UCLA: 4.19 seconds

Trey Quinn, SMU: 4.19 seconds

Robert Foster, Alabama: 4.20 seconds

Cedrick Wilson, Boise State: 4.23 seconds

Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State: 4.25 seconds

Quadree Henderson, Pittsburgh: 4.28 seconds

James Washington, Oklahoma State: 4.32 seconds

Simmie Cobbs, Indiana: 4.32 seconds

Deon Cain, Clemson: 4.37 seconds

Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State: 4.37 seconds

Michael Gallup, Colordao: 4.37 seconds

Steven Mitchell, USC: 4.40 seconds

Byron Pringle, Kansas State: 4.40 seconds

Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State: 4.40 seconds

Calvin Ridley, Alabama: 4.41 seconds

Jester Weah, Pittsburgh: 4.41 seconds

Christian Kirk, Texas A&M: 4.45 seconds

Tre’Quan Smith, UCF: 4.50 seconds

Ka’Raun Smith, West Virginia: 4.57 seconds

60-yard shuttle

Dylan Cantrell, Texas Tech: 10.85 seconds

Courtland Sutton, SMU: 11.06 seconds

D.J. Moore, Maryland: 11.18 seconds

Simmie Cobbs, Indiana: 11.20 seconds

Trey Quinn, SMU: 11.40 seconds

Richie James, Middle Tennessee State: 11.44 seconds

Cedrick Wilson, Boise State: 11.48 seconds

James Washington, Oklahoma State: 11.56 seconds

Ka’Raun Smith, West Virgina: 11.73 seconds

Deon Cain, Clemson: 11.78 seconds

Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State: 11.78 seconds

Michael Gallup, Colordao: 11.84 seconds

Jester Weah, Pittsburgh: 11.88 seconds

Tre’Quan Smith, UCF: 11.88 seconds

Robert Foster, Alabama: 11.90 seconds

Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State: 11.94 seconds

Christian Kirk, Texas A&M: 12.03 seconds

Jaleel Scott, New Mexico State: 12.07 seconds

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