USA TODAY Sports’ Lindsay H. Jones and Mike Jones tell us what they heard from the quarterback prospects at the NFL combine.
USA TODAY Sports
Oklahoma’s Orlando Brown Jr., a projected first-round selection in the upcoming NFL draft, had a historically bad scouting combine performance.
Here’s a look at the official combine numbers posted by the 6-foot-8, 360-pound offensive tackle at Lucas Oil Stadium:
• 14 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press
• 5.85-second 40-yard dash
• 19½-inch vertical jump
• 6-foot-10 broad jump
Those numbers are really bad.
Historically, offensive tackles post a tad more than 25 reps in the bench press, run the 40-yard dash in about 5.24 seconds and average 28.4 inches in the vertical jump and more than 8½ feet in the broad jump. Brown’s bench press total is the second-worst among offensive tackles at the combine since 2000, per Pro Football Reference. Marcel Jones — a seventh-round selection of the New Orleans Saints in 2012 — had 13 reps. Jones never appeared in
Article source: https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2018/03/02/orlando-brown-jr-oklahoma-had-historically-bad-nfl-combine-workout/391640002/
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