D-line and LB (winners & losers) from scouting combine (1 Viewer)

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The fastest edge rushers weren’t the top prospects. Minnesota’s Carter Coughlin “won” the 40 with a 4.57, followed by Kansas’ Azur Kamara (4.59), N.C. State’s James Smith-Williams (4.60) and Florida’s Jabari Zuniga (4.64).

(G)ive Khalil Davis a win over his twin brother Carlos. At 308 pounds, Khalil posted a 4.75 in the 40, just better than Carlos’ 4.82. Khalil also beat his brother in the 225-pound bench press, with 32 reps to 27. Khalil’s 40 time was the second-fastest for a (3)00 pounder since at least 2000, according to Pro Football Reference.

Two of the top off-the-ball prospects, LSU’s Patrick Queen and Oklahoma’s Kenneth Murrray, posted superb times on their first 40-yard dashes (4.50 for Queen; 4.52 for Murray) but tweaked hamstrings on their second sprints to prematurely end their nights.

www.forbes.com/sites/billhuber/2020/03/01/scouting-combine-dledgelb-winners-and-losers-simmons-leads-linebacker-track-meet/

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To say we got some pretty freaky 40 times, it seems like edge rushers this year did not test well at all.
 

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To say we got some pretty freaky 40 times, it seems like edge rushers this year did not test well at all.
Partly because Josh Uche and Terrell Lewis didn't work out in full.

Lewis did have a 37" vertical and met with the Packers 3 times.
 

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