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2018 NFL Scouting Combine OL Results and Analysis

In the trenches.

Who helped themselves the most

Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh: That 40 time is going to go a long way for O’Neill. He showed some nice agility as well and was generally solid in the actual blocking drills. He probably won’t go in the first, but it also shouldn’t be a surprise to see him drafted in the second or third.

Who hurt themselves the most

Orlando Brown, Oklahoma: Poor Brown. He just didn’t have a good weekend, coming in dead last in all but one of the workouts he took part in. His size is still a point in his favor, but it’s unlikely that he’ll go in the first now.

Mixed bag

Will Richardson, NC State: Richardson was the epitome of “fine” in terms of performance at this Combine. He was in the middle of the pack in pretty much all the workouts he was in. That will probably put him somewhere in the middle rounds.

Offensive linemen

40-yard dash times

Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh: 4.82 seconds

Desmond Harrison, West Georgia: 4.90 seconds

Kolton Miller, UCLA: 4.95 seconds

Joseph Noteboom, TCU: 4.96 seconds

Connor Williams, Texas: 5.05 seconds

Scott Quessenberry, UCLA: 5.09 seconds

Skyler Phillips, Idaho State: 5.10 seconds

Austin Corbett, Nevada: 5.15 seconds

Will Hernandez, UTEP: 5.15 seconds

Colby Gossett, Appalachian State: 5.20 seconds

Braden Smith, Auburn, 5.22 seconds

Jaryd Jones-Smith, Pittsburgh: 5.22 seconds

Tyrell Crosby, Oregon: 5.23 seconds

Mason Cole, Michigan: 5.23 seconds

Wyatt Teller, Virginia Tech: 5.24 seconds

Coleman Shelton, Washington: 5.24 seconds

Rod Taylor, Mississippi: 5.24 seconds

Will Richardson, NC State: 5.26 seconds

Chukwuma Okorafor, Western Michigan: 5.31 seconds

Sam Jones, Arizona State: 5.32 seconds

Cole Madison, Washington State: 5.33 seconds

Geron Christian, Louisville: 5.33 seconds

Toby Weathersby, LSU: 5.34 seconds

K.J. Malone, LSU: 5.34 seconds

Brian Allen, Michigan: 5.34 seconds

KC McDermott, Miami: 5.35 seconds

Greg Senat, Wagner: 5.38 seconds

Will Clapp, LSU: 5.39 seconds

Alex Cappa, Humboldt State: 5.39 seconds

Salesi Uhatafe, Utah: 5.40 seconds

Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T: 5.40 seconds

Sean Welsh, Iowa: 5.43 seconds

Taylor Hearn, Clemson: 5.45 seconds

Nick Gates, Nebraska: 5.46 seconds

Jamarco Jones, Ohio State: 5.50 seconds

Jamil Demby, Maine: 5.58 seconds

Orlando Brown, Oklahoma: 5.85 seconds

Bench press

Will Hernandez, UTEP: 37 reps

Braden Smith, Auburn: 35 reps

Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame: 35 reps

Colby Gossett, Appalachian State: 32 reps

Wyatt Teller, Virginia Tech: 30 reps

Toby Weathersby, LSU: 28 reps

Sam Jones, Arizona State: 28 reps

Timon Parris, Stony Brook: 27 reps

Joseph Noteboom, TCU: 27 reps

Brian Allen, Michigan State: 27 reps

Connor Williams, Texas: 26 reps

Frank Ragnow, Arkansas: 26 reps

KC McDermott, Miami: 26 reps

Cole Madison, Washington State: 26 reps

Scott Quessenberry, UCLA: 25 reps

Will Clapp, LSU: 25 reps

Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame: 24 reps

Alex Cappa, Humboldt State: 24 reps

Martinas Rankin, Mississippi State: 24 reps

Kolton Miller, UCLA: 24 reps

Mason Cole, Michigan: 23 reps

Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh: 22 reps

James Daniels, Iowa: 21 reps

Sean Welsh, Iowa: 20 reps

Nick Gates, Nebraska: 20 reps

Austin Corbett, Nevada: 19 reps

Greg Senat, Wagner: 19 reps

Geron Christian, Louisville: 19 reps

Chukwuma Okorafor, Western Michigan: 19 reps

Rick Leonard, Florida State: 19 reps

Taylor Hearn, Clemson: 18 reps

Jamil Demby, Maine: 17 reps

Tyrell Crosby, Oregon: 17 reps

Jaryd Jones-Smith, Pittsburgh: 16 reps

K.J. Malone, LSU: 15 reps

Orlando Brown, Oklahoma: 14 reps

Vertical jump

Connor Williams, Texas: 34 inches

Scott Quessenberry, UCLA: 33.5 inches

Braden Smith, Auburn: 33.5 inches

Will Richardson, NC State: 31.5 inches

Kolton Miller, UCLA: 31.5 inches

James Daniels, Iowa: 30.5 inches

Rod Taylor, Mississippi: 30.5 inches

Tyrell Crosby, Oregon: 30 inches

K.J. Malone, LSU: 29.5 inches

Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh: 29.5 inches

Skyler Phillips, Idaho State: 29 inches

Wyatt Teller, Virginia Tech: 29 inches

Will Clapp, LSU: 29 inches

Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T: 28.5 inches

Cole Madison, Washington State: 28.5 inches

Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame: 28.5 inches

Salesi Uhatafe, Utah: 28 inches

Austin Corbett, Nevada: 28 inches

Jaryd Jones-Smith, Pittsburgh: 27 inches

Sam Jones, Arizona State: 27 inches

Alex Cappa, Humboldt State: 26.5 inches

Coleman Shelton, Washington: 26.5 inches

Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame: 26.5 inches

Brian Allen, Michigan State: 26.5 inches

Greg Senat, Wagner: 26 inches

Colby Gossett, Appalachian State: 25 inches

Sean Welsh, Iowa: 25 inches

Toby Weathersby, LSU: 24.5 inches

Jamarco Jones, Ohio State: 24 inches

Nick Gates, Nebraska: 24 inches

Will Hernandez, UTEP: 24 inches

Joseph Noteboom, TCU: 24 inches

Mason Cole, Michigan: 23.5 inches

Jamil Demby, Maine: 23.5 inches

KC McDermott, Miami: 23.5 inches

Chukwuma Okorafor, Western Michigan: 23.5 inches

Orlando Brown, Oklahoma: 19.5 inches

Broad jump

Kolton Miller, UCLA: 121 inches

Wyatt Teller, Virginia Tech: 114 inches

Braden Smith, Auburn: 113 inches

Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T: 113 inches

Connor Williams, Texas: 112 inches

Scott Quessenberry, UCLA: 111 inches

Coleman Shelton, Washington: 110 inches

Jaryd Jones-Smith, Pittsburgh: 109 inches

Salesi Uhatafe, Utah: 109 inches

Will Richardson, NC State: 108 inches

James Daniels, Iowa: 108 inches

Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh: 107 inches

Toby Weathersby, LSU: 106 inches

Austin Corbett, Nevada: 106 inches

Greg Senat, Wagner: 106 inches

Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame: 105 inches

Tyrell Crosby, Oregon: 105 inches

Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame: 105 inches

Will Hernandez, UTEP: 104 inches

Mason Cole, Michigan: 104 inches

Skyler Phillips, Idaho State: 104 inches

Colby Gossett, Appalachian State: 103 inches

K.J. Malone, LSU: 103 inches

Sean Welsh, Iowa: 103 inches

Joseph Noteboom, TCU: 102 inches

Jamarco Jones, Ohio State: 102 inches

Chukwuma Okorafor, Western Michigan: 102 inches

Sam Jones, Arizona State: 101 inches

Brian Allen, Michigan State: 99 inches

Rod Taylor, Mississippi: 99 inches

Jamil Demby, Maine: 98 inches

KC McDermott, Miami: 97 inches

Alex Cappa, Humboldt State: 97 inches

Will Clapp, LSU: 97 inches

Cole Madison, Washington State: 97 inches

Taylor Hearn, Clemson: 96 inches

Nick Gates, Nebraska: 94 inches

Orlando Brown, Oklahoma: 82 inches

Three-cone drill

Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh: 7.14 seconds

James Daniels, Iowa: 7.29 seconds

Kolton Miller, UCLA: 7.34 seconds

Greg Senat, Wagner: 7.41 seconds

Wyatt Teller, Virginia Tech: 7.45 seconds

Scott Quessenberry, UCLA: 7.50 seconds

Will Hernandez, UTEP: 7.59 seconds

Colby Gossett, Appalachian State: 7.60 seconds

Nick Gates, Nebraska: 7.61 seconds

Coleman Shelton, Washington: 7.62 seconds

Joseph Noteboom, TCU: 7.65 seconds

Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame: 7.65 seconds

Salesi Uhatafe, Utah: 7.70 seconds

KC McDermott, Miami: 7.72 seconds

Mason Cole, Michigan: 7.77 seconds

Will Richardson, NC State: 7.80 seconds

Brian Allen, Michigan State: 7.81 seconds

Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T: 7.82 seconds

Connor Williams, Texas: 7.83 seconds

Taylor Hearn, Clemson: 7.84 seconds

Cole Madison, Washington State: 7.86 seconds

Jamil Demby, Maine: 7.86 seconds

Austin Corbett, Nevada: 7.87 seconds

Orlando Brown, Oklahoma: 7.87 seconds

Chukwuma Okorafor, Western Michigan: 7.87 seconds

Tyrell Crosby, Oregon: 7.89 seconds

Sean Welsh, Iowa: 7.90 seconds

Sam Jones, Arizona State: 7.92 seconds

Skyler Phillips, Idaho State: 7.95 seconds

Will Clapp, LSU: 8.04 seconds

Alex Cappa, Humboldt State: 8.04 seconds

Jaryd Jones-Smith, Pittsburgh: 8.10 seconds

Jamarco Jones, Ohio State: 8.32 seconds

Toby Weathersby, LSU: 8.55 seconds

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