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Friday, March 20, 2009

Official Pro Day Measurables

PlayerHt
Wt
VertBroad
225
10
20
40
20 shut
60 shut
L drill
Allen 5-9195
IND IND IND 1552574.39
IND IND IND
Brown5-11 179
35 10-4 13 156 259 4.41 DNP DNP DNP
Byrd 6-2202
41 10-4 19 156 256 4.38 4.07 11.69 6.76
Chandler 6-5 270 31 9-2 DNP 178 287 4.92 4.69DNP
7.47
Ellerbe 6-1 237 IND IND DNP 164 268 4.62 4.17 IND 6.93
Goodman 6-2.5 189 35 10-9 DNP 163 259 4.53 4.10 11.71 6.97
Harris 6-2.5 20539
10-6 12 160 265 4.54 4.25 11.12 6.95
Irvin 6-3 302 25 8-7 24 181 296 4.97 4.63 DNP 7.45
Lomax 6-4 251 35 9-6 DNP 169 288 4.80 4.52 DNP 7.29
Massaquoi 6-1.5 207 IND10-7
DNP 157 262 4.50 4.12 11.36 6.87
Moreno 5-10.5 210 IND IND IND 158 268 4.58 IND IND IND
Southerland 6-0 245 IND IND IND IND IND IND IND IND IND
Stafford 6-2.5 225 IND IND IND IND IND IND IND IND IND
Wynn 6-3 272 29 9-5 21 169 284 4.87 4.50 DNP 4.27

NOTES:
* These measurements are all courtesy of Keith Gray of the UGA S&C staff. Each scout will use their own stuff so not sure what's "official" but these are definitely as close as you'll get.
* Don't ask me what the heck "20," "60," and "L Drill" are. Perhaps if someone knows they can leave it in the comments.
* IND denotes player used combine score rather than Pro Day
* Only better results included for weights and run times
* Brown injured hamstring DNP in second 40 time and shuttle runs
* Chandler DNP in bench press due to a shoulder injury
* Ellerbe DNP in bench due to a right pectoral injury
* Moreno's first 40 was a 4.60

2 comments:

Lee Munger said...

I'm not exactly sure if this is correct but from what little i've seen of video of prospects doing these workouts, the "L-Dril" is also know as the 3 cone drill. It looks like its meant to measure speed along with change of direction ability. So while Knowshon didn't have even the top 10 40 time, he had the second best time in the "3 cone" drill.

Lee Munger said...

Here's a video of the 3 cone or "L-drill".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLs6CxMGV0A&feature=related