Orlando Brown Jr. of Oklahoma had historically bad NFL combine workout


USA TODAY Sports’ Lindsay H. Jones and Mike Jones tell us what they heard from the quarterback prospects at the NFL combine.

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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