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2018 NFL Scouting Combine CB Results and Analysis

Faster than fast.

Who helped themselves the most

Donte Jackson, LSU: A fringe first-rounder, Jackson needed a solid Combine to bump his draft stock up higher. He succeeded, tying for the fastest 40 time among all prospects and showing off some fluid moves in the position drills. He could be a firm top-20 candidate.

Who hurt themselves the most

Joshua Jackson, Iowa: This was disappointing. Jackson was pegged as one of the top corners in this year’s class, but he didn’t perform like that at the Combine, turning in a mediocre 40 and doing poorly in the agility drills. He’ll still go in the first, but it may not be in the top-15 like before.

Mixed bag

Holton Hill, Texas: Physically, Hill fits the mold of what most NFL teams look for in a cornerback now. He’s had off-the-field issues, however, so an impressive Combine could’ve solidified his stock. There are more questions than answers though. Hill was pretty much in the middle of every workout, so the jury is still out on him.

Cornerbacks

40-yard dash times

Denzel Ward, Ohio State: 4.32 seconds

Donte Jackson, LSU: 4.32 seconds

Parry Nickerson, Tulane: 4.32 seconds

Tony Brown, Alabama: 4.34 seconds

Anthony Averett, Alabama: 4.36 seconds

Jaire Alexander, Louisville, 4.38 seconds

Avonte Maddox, Pittsburgh: 4.39 seconds

Davontae Harris, Illinois State: 4.43 seconds

Danny Johnson, Southern: 4.44 seconds

Grant Haley, Penn State: 4.44 seconds

J.C. Jackson, Maryland: 4.46 seconds

Duke Dawson, Florida: 4.46 seconds

Dee Delaney, Miami: 4.46 seconds

Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama: 4.46 seconds

Greg Stroman, Virginia Tech: 4.48 seconds

Holton Hill, Texas: 4.49 seconds

Andre Chachere, San Jose State: 4.49 seconds

Taron Johnson, Weber State: 4.50 seconds

Isaiah Oliver, Colorado: 4.50 seconds

D.J Reed, Kansas State: 4.51 seconds

Isaac Yiadom, Boston College: 4.52 seconds

Nick Nelson, Wisconsin: 4.52 seconds

Brandon Facyson, Virginia Tech: 4.53 seconds

Carlton Davis, Auburn: 4.53 seconds

Mike Hughes, UCF: 4.53 seconds

M.J. Stewart, UNC: 4.54 seconds

Darius Phillips, Western Michigan: 4.54 seconds

Joshua Jackson, Iowa: 4.56 seconds

Chris Jones, Nebraska: 4.57 seconds

D’Montre Wade, Murray State: 4.57 seconds

Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State: 4.60 seconds

Rashaan Gaulden, Tennessee: 4.61 seconds

Levi Wallace, Alabama: 4.63 seconds

Henre’ Toliver, Arkansas: 4.63 seconds

Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma: 4.64 seconds

Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State: 4.67 seconds

Jamarcus King, South Carolina: 4.70 seconds

Bench press

Davontae Harris, Illinois State: 22 reps

Mike Hughes, UCF: 20 reps

Joshua Jackson, Iowa: 18 reps

M.J. Stewart, UNC: 18 reps

Nick Nelson, Wisconsin: 17 reps

Michael Joseph, Dubuque: 17 reps

Taron Johnson, Weber State: 17 reps

Greg Stroman, Virginia Tech: 16 reps

Denzel Ward, Ohio State: 16 reps

Brandon Facyson, Virginia Tech: 16 reps

Carlton Davis, Auburn: 16 reps

D’Montre Wade, Murray State: 15 reps

Grant Haley, Penn State: 15 reps

Danny Johnson, Southern: 15 reps

Duke Dawson, Florida: 15 reps

Parry Nickerson, Tulane: 15 reps

Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State: 15 reps

Chris Jones, Nebraska: 14 reps

Tony Brown, Alabama: 14 reps

Chris Campbell, Penn State: 14 reps

Holton Hill, Texas: 14 reps

Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama: 14 reps

J.C. Jackson, Maryland: 14 reps

Jaire Alexander, Louisville: 14 reps

Avonte Maddox, Pittsburgh: 13 reps

Dee Delaney, Miami: 13 reps

Anthony Averett, Alabama: 13 reps

Quenton Meeks, Stanford: 11 reps

D.J Reed, Kansas State: 11 reps

Kevin Toliver II, LSU: 10 reps

Rashaan Gaulden, Tennessee: 8 reps

Isaac Yiadom, Boston College: 8 reps

Donte Jackson, LSU: 7 reps

Henre’ Toliver, Arkansas: 6 reps

Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma: 4 reps

Vertical jump

Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State: 40.5 inches

Denzel Ward, Ohio State: 39 inches

Quenton Meeks, Stanford: 39 inches

Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State: 38.5 inches

Andre Chachere, San Jose State: 38 inches

Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma: 38 inches

Joshua Jackson, Iowa: 38 inches

Avonte Maddox, Pittsburgh: 37 inches

D.J. Reed, Kansas State: 36.5 inches

D’Montre Wade, Murray State: 35.5 inches

J.C. Jackson, Maryland: 35.5 inches

Mike Hughes, UCF: 35.5 inches

Jaire Alexander, Louisville: 35 inches

M.J. Stewart, UNC: 35 inches

Danny Johnson, Southern: 35 inches

Michael Joseph, Dubuque: 34 inches

Carlton Davis, Auburn: 34 inches

Grant Haley, Penn State: 34 inches

Greg Stroman, Virginia Tech: 33.5 inches

Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama: 33 inches

Kevin Toliver, LSU: 33 inches

Taron Johnson, Weber State: 33 inches

Levi Wallace, Alabama: 33 inches

Dee Delaney, Miami: 32.5 inches

Davontae Harris, Illinois State: 32.5 inches

Henre’ Toliver, Arkansas: 32.5 inches

Anthony Averett, Alabama: 31.5 inches

Tony Brown, Alabama: 31.5 inches

Holton Hill, Texas: 31 inches

Rashaan Gaulden, Tennessee: 30 inches

Broad jump

Denzel Ward, Ohio State: 136 inches

Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State: 134 inches

Quenton Meeks, Stanford: 128 inches

Jaire Alexander, Louisville: 127 inches

Mike Hughes, UCF: 127 inches

Tony Brown: Alabama: 126 inches

Avonte Maddox, Pittsburgh: 125 inches

Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma: 124 inches

Carlton Davis, Auburn: 124 inches

Donte Jackson, LSU: 124 inches

Davontae Harris, Illinois State: 123 inches

Joshua Jackson, Iowa: 123 inches

Danny Johnson, Southern: 123 inches

Andre Chachere, San Jose State: 123 inches

Nick Nelson, Wisconsin: 123 inches

Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama: 121 inches

Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State: 121 inches

Dee Delaney, Miami: 120 inches

Kevin Toliver, LSU: 120 inches

Isaac Yiadom, Boston College: 120 inches

Holton Hill, Texas: 120 inches

D’Montre Wade, Murray State: 120 inches

J.C. Jackson, Maryland: 120 inches

Anthony Averett, Alabama: 119 inches

Grant Haley, Penn State: 119 inches

Rashaan Gaulden, Tennessee: 119 inches

M.J. Stewart, UNC: 118 inches

Taron Johnson, Weber State: 118 inches

Henre’ Toliver, Arkansas: 117 inches

Greg Stroman, Virginia Tech: 113 inches

Three-cone drill

Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma: 6.28 seconds

Grant Haley, Penn State: 6.51 seconds

Avonte Maddox, Pittsburgh: 6.51 seconds

Mike Hughes, UCF: 6.70 seconds

Jaire Alexander, Louisville: 6.71 seconds

Quenton Meeks, Stanford: 6.72 seconds

Andre Chachere, San Jose State: 6.78 seconds

Tony Brown, Alabama: 6.78 seconds

Holton Hill, Texas: 6.83 seconds

Joshua Jackson, Iowa: 6.86 seconds

Michael Joseph, Dubuque: 6.89 seconds

M.J. Stewart, UNC: 6.90 seconds

Anthony Averett, Alabama: 6.93 seconds

Dee Delaney, Miami: 6.95 seconds

Davontae Harris, Illinois State: 6.96 seconds

Henre’ Toliver, Arkansas: 7.01 seconds

Taron Johnson, Weber State: 7.03 seconds

Rashaan Gaulden, Tennessee: 7.16 seconds

20-yard shuttle

Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma: 3.94 seconds

Grant Haley, Penn State: 3.94 seconds

Jaire Alexander, Louisville: 3.98 seconds

Avonte Maddox, Pittsburgh: 4.00 seconds

Joshua Jackson, Iowa: 4.03 seconds

Andre Chachere, San Jose State: 4.07 seconds

Tony Brown, Alabama: 4.11 seconds

Mike Hughes, UCF: 4.13 seconds

Henre’ Toliver, Arkansas: 4.15 seconds

Holton Hill, Texas: 4.15 seconds

Isaac Yiadom, Boston College: 4.18 seconds

Michael Joseph, Dubuque: 4.20 seconds

Quenton Meeks, Stanford: 4.23 seconds

Dee Delaney, Miami: 4.25 seconds

M.J. Stewart, UNC: 4.28 seconds

Taron Johnson, Weber State: 4.28 seconds

Rashaan Gaulden, Tennessee: 4.33 seconds

Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State: 4.36 seconds

Davontae Harris, Illinois State: 4.40 seconds

D’Montre Wade, Murray State: 4.40 seconds

Anthony Averett, Alabama: 4.40 seconds

Greg Stroman, Virginia Tech: 4.45 seconds

60-yard shuttle

Avonte Maddox, Pittsburgh: 10.72 seconds

Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma: 10.85 seconds

Tony Brown, Alabama: 11.14 seconds

M.J. Stewart, UNC: 11.19 seconds

Henre’ Toliver, Arkansas: 11.39 seconds

Andre Chachere, San Jose State: 11.43 seconds

Michael Joseph, Dubuque: 11.98 seconds

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