2013 NFL Combine Results


The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine is getting underway now in Indianapolis, Indiana at the Lucas Oil Stadium and we are starting to compile the 2013 NFL Combine Results. The scouting combine is an invitation only event, open only to invited college players and NFL team officials. The testing and evaluations include: physical measurements, injury evaluation, drug screen, cybex test, wonderlic test, interviews, 40 yard dash, 225 lb bench press, vertical jump, broad jump, 20-yard shuttle, 60-yard shuttle, three-cone drill and position-specific drills.

Below are links to each specific player position grouping. The combine stats are compiled as we receive and none of them should be considered official, especially the 40 yard dash times. We will fill in these links as we start to get the height and weigh in results coming in starting on Thursday.

Make sure to bookmark this page. The on the field work will begin on Saturday and we will be updating all of the times as they happen.

The links will become live below as soon as that groups results start coming in.

2013 NFL Combine Results: Offensive Linemen
2013 NFL Combine Results: Tight Ends
2013 NFL Combine Results: Quarterbacks
2013 NFL Combine Results: Running Backs
2013 NFL Combine Results: Wide Receivers
2013 NFL Combine Results: Defensive Linemen
2013 NFL Combine Results: Linebackers
2013 NFL Combine Results: Defensive Backs
2013 NFL Combine Results: Specialist

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  • Bob Francis

    Could you remind us how to read the height measurements?

  • WilliamSekinger

    I’m not totally sure but I believe the last number is in 1/8 inches.
    Example #1 6073 – 6 ft 7 and 3/8 inches
    Example #2 5115 5 ft 11 and 5/8 inches

  • JohnnyV1

    This is awesome!

  • charles

    This combine and NFL Player Stats(?) ratings of all NFL players on every Nfl play are like the Heisman, a bunch of rubbish. None of them can measure James Harrison’s instinct on Kurt Warners final pass of the first half in the Super Bowl. None of the stats can measure Troy anticipating the snap count and jumping over the center to sack the quarteback. No stat can measure the fierceness of Ray Lewis or Jack Lambert’s beautiful smile as the quarteback looked at the defense while he was snap counting. The only true measure is immeasurable and it is your gut. That is what we will know about Kevin Colbert and Mike Tomlin’s football prowess after their time with the Steelers: How good their gut feeling was.

  • SteelersDepot

    Then I suggest that these pages will not be for you.

  • zyzak

    Eric Herman Ohio very impressive my sleeper for the AFC North

  • Kusko_Ken

    I think the chances of Warmack at 17 are more likely now that he measured smaller than anticipated and didn’t participate in the bench.

  • charles

    Yes, you are right, however the film that this website has sometimes put up IS instructive. Sometimes it IS the little things that matter. While, I am sure that it will NOT be found in the broad jump stats that the combine offers. I don’t remember whether or not I saw film on this website on a player named Ryan Lee, but I saw something from him that was uncoachable. He was a tremendous loss out of last year’s draft class. It was also a gut feeling about Beachum that I hoped he was retained and he was. It took less than 1 series to see that Harrison was a badass and I feel, as others do, that McClendon is a rock that can make a difference. I hold the hope that Spence can recover (And LeBeau will let him play) because it is just a feeling that he can be a playmaker. While I think that Chance Warmack will be available at 17 of the first round, I hope that we will take Ezekial Anseh, I have seen Warmack play and a few clips only of Anseh. While the stats and ratings of Anseh seem to be good, there is something about him that seems to standout: He is FEARLESS. I hope that I am not too negative toward your analysis, however it would be great if you would put up some film to back up your or the combine’s stats.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Wilkes420 Christopher Wilkes

    Too bad you can’t filter the different columns.

  • Clint Martin

    Ansah actually struggled in one on one drills at the senior bowl it is a drill where usually a dominant pass rusher eats up the blocker he failed to do so. Going up against NFL starters will not be an easy task.

  • Clint Martin

    LOL

  • Kusko_Ken

    You should be able to copy and paste into excel, then you can filter and sort till your heart’s desire.

  • Christopher Wilkes

    lol thanks, but I’m not that motivated to see it.

  • Alexander Sebastian Heath

    If we go with a guardin first round, it is likely to be Jonathan Cooper than Chase Warmack. Where on paper and tape Warmack shows his demeanor but Cooper is probably more athletic than either DeCastro and Pouncey. Fits our new ZBS. Cooper proved that he has strength and could bulk up more as he benched 35 times for 225 lbs. Warmack will be gone by top 10 picks and if we get Cooper, I guarantee none of us would be disappointed. Colbert is flirting with the idea of having Cooper because he is easily an upgrade over either Colon and Beachem, possibly DeCastro, his techniques is sound.

    I trust in FO if we go that direction but I also am pretty sure we will go with a receiver (wr/te) in first round.

  • nikgreene

    This is one of the silliest things I’ve ever read. Obviously some parts of football are hard or impossible to measure (leadership, instincts), but most parts are measurable ( how fast are you, can you get through blocks, are you intelligent). I really hope Colbert and Tomlin aren’t making decisions based on gut feeling and can actually support their decisions with sound reason and evidence. Might as well say a team wins because of magic, or they pray harder.

  • steeltown

    Touche

  • charles

    I hear you, the NFL is the best of the best. That is what is so beautiful about this sport: the biggest, fastest, most athletic humans on earth! It still is, though, a game that can be won by outthinking your opponent. Anseh has only been playing football a couple of years and there are techniques that the coaching staff will teach him and he will figure out which ones are the most effective. Harrison could be an excellent teacher and/or a very good example. Some, also have said that Sylvester plays too tall, I am not sure exactly what that means but one can see that Anseh could also be accused of that since he is 6’6″. Harrison was able to get lower than some of the monster left tackles that he faced and he had Mike Tyson type natural strength, so perhaps that is what playing tall doesn’t mean.

  • charles

    Russel Wilson,

  • StarSpangledSteeler

    And yet when you put Ansah on an actual football field up against the top seniors in the nation he produced better than any defensive player in the game. Sacks, pressures, tackles, tackles for loss, batted balls, forced fumble. Imagine when/if he learns technique.

  • charles

    Lydell Mitchell

  • nikgreene

    I really don’t know what point you’re trying to make by naming these players. I can name football players too -Tom Brady, Terrell Davis. Btw – I previously posted as my girlfriend Veronica.

  • Clint Martin

    mike wallace just became extinct these wide receivers are flying today BYE BYE Wallace!! Justin hunter wow 4.41 40 that is great and a bigger body than Wallace!!

  • Russian Steel

    Ryan Swope to the ‘lers in 3rd rd. Concussion history will likely cause him to drop. He’s very much like Mike Wallace…4.34 40, 6′ tall. Unlike Wallace: fierce competitor, great route running, great hands. Junior year stats were much better with Tannehill than with Manziel, look it up…and this is in SEC remember.

  • Thomas Rancy

    name I’d watch for in round 2-3, Ryan Swope Texas A&M, 6 foot but plays big, tough/not affraid to go over the middle (see A&M vs Alabama where he pretty much won the game atthe end) AND ran a 4.34 in the 40 AND the 2nd highest Vertical Jump at 37…also scored top 5 in the 3 cone among receivers.

    Sounds like a steelers WR to me.

  • Thomas Rancy

    Also loving the numbers for HB Nile Davis of the Hogs, 4.37 40 time & the shortest 10 time at 227 pounds with 31 reps on the bench isn’t bad, kinda makes me wonder why it doesn’t seem to translate to power on tape, his strait line looks good but doesn’t put his foot in the ground, kinda just tiptoes his way through holes.

  • Nolrog

    Many of the guys I’d like to see the results for didn’t even partcipate. That drives me nuts. Why bother showing up to the combine if you won’t participate?

  • Kolie Oak

    All I can say is,
    we have found the next Wes Welker….
    Would Swope look good in black and yellow????

  • Clint Martin

    top seniors are not pro’s. He is still a 4-3 defensive end. That is just it he is a project that in my mind is not a first round player. You nailed it
    IF he learns if he doesn’t then he is a bust!

  • Clint Martin

    To teach him what how to be a 4-3 defensive end? They are not taking him to be a OLB er to tall Big linemen will get under him and manhandle him.

  • Clint Martin

    I was impressed with his 40 time. Like Michael Irvin said I would take a 4.5 gut that has proper receiving skills over a 4.4 guy that doesn’t!! He nailed it!

  • Clint Martin

    I had Wilson going to Steelers last year in the 7th round but he didn’t last.

  • Clint Martin

    Bonjour

  • Clint Martin

    NO he would in Black and Gold!

  • Clint Martin

    This is so lame^

  • Thomas Rancy

    I think swope could give you more then Wes Welker tbh, he’s bigger, he has a 37inch vert, he’s faster 4.37, with those numbers he’s not nessesarilly an inside guy. wish the hand size was a little better though

  • Russian Steel

    Those numbers are insane, but honestly he reminds me too much of Mendenfumble. He just can’t seem to get it right: fumbles too much, dances around too much in backfield, injured too much, seems like a little of a headcase who is too inconsistent.

  • Jason White

    I really hope they draft Justin Hunter. His combination of size and speed are a good combination to have. I really don’t want to see them draft another 5’10″-6’0″ receiver when they fit the same mold of guys we already have on the roster. Guys like Hunter are matchup problems because they can go up and beat the DB for the ball. A tall target like that gives Ben a bigger window to throw into rather than having to thread the needle to a 5’10″ receiver being blanketed by a 6’1″ corner.

  • Kusko_Ken

    hellz yeah it is.

  • James

    I really love Swope. He put up a great 40 (I didn’t think he would go that fast), he has great hands, runs smooth routes and isn’t afraid to block. Screw Welker this could be the next Hines Ward!

  • James

    Although the past injuries are a worry, IMO he’s worth a gamble with a day 3 pick

  • Russian Steel

    I’d have no problem with him in day 3, but with those numbers I doubt he lasts that long…some team will probably ignore the tape and get him early it just takes one. A solid day 2 option could be Christine Michael from Texas A&M. Ran a 4.5 at over 220 lbs, and his other numbers were great, particularly the change of direction drills. Plus he has much better tape than Davis, at least I think so, but that may be in large part because their line is better. I like the way this guy runs…he sometimes bounces outside too much but will run people over and use his whole arsenal like the stiff arm, spin move, jump step quite a bit. Think he gets overshadowed a little by their QB and LT. Again I wouldn’t mind Nile Davis in later rounds, but would prefer we go after someone like Michael.

  • HarryBackside

    After watching Mingo as the combine, I’ve lost interest. I know why his 2012 production slipped. The kid looks like he’s never spent a day in a weight room.

  • Mike Carroll

    Definitely agree. This guy plays with size, grit, and is deceptively fast. Could see him and Ben hooking up often, much like the connection Ben had with Hines Ward. Not sure he goes that high in draft, but would be glad to see him in black and gold next year.

  • Kusko_Ken

    That Cornelius Washington dude has some nice measurables…the Dontari Poe of 2013? I have to say i don’t recall seeming him flash in the Georgia tape i’ve watched.

  • Maurice_hill_district

    Combines are overrated. An underachiever in college goes to combine & wows people, & he skyrockets in mocks even though no football has been played since before then. And all or almost all them after college went to prep teachers, prep facilities which practice same drills theyll see at combine, just to score higher at combine, & thats gone on for many years now. The pre combine trainers & companies are everywhere. Those trainers even tell them what to say for answering questions at combine, they rehearse all that before combine.

  • http://twitter.com/EaglesEyeTwit Tom Jackson

    Hey is the “SPECIALISTS” link up top going to be activated?

  • Kolie Oak

    Mingo will be a beast in the NFL,
    Check out his combine numbers…

  • StarSpangledSteeler

    I’m not going to re-hash our whole previous Ansah discussion. I get it. We disagree. You know where I stand. I’m not changing my mind. If anything the combine just reinforced my position.

    I will ask you one question though since you are so adimate about your opinions… Which players in this year’s draft do you think are good 3-4 OLB prospects?

  • Clint Martin

    Thats just it you and I don’t know there are players for different 3-4 defenses some 3-4 OLB ers just get after the qb some have to drop into coverages. Some are for 4-3 defenses only, aka Chase Thomas.
    The LB position is a hard one to figure I go off of what the team has always gone after 6’0″ to 6’2″ 4-3 DE from the college level.
    Harrison,Woodley,Worilds all played DE in college. Woodley did however stand up on occasion.

    Don’t get me wrong I like Ansah just not in a 3-4 I think this kid is a
    dangerous weapon on a 4-3 DE getting the QB every play!
    If I was a coach 4-3 I am sending this kid off the edge every pass play let him loose!

  • Clint Martin

    I totally agree Hunter is a beast with size.

  • Guest

    that means they will be available as free agents.

  • Clint Martin

    Alot of these players this year scare me I don’t care for an OLB that is taller than 6’4″ in the Steelers 3-4 scheme. OK are you ready to laugh Sam Montgomery from LSU he is 6’3″ 262 Kind of like woodley’s size. Listed as a DE and also Brandon Jenkins from Florida State 6’2″ 251lb a great edge rusher.from Florida state

  • Maurice_hill_district

    An example occurred lately. If Manti Teo would have ran 4.7 at combine he’d a lock first rounder, but he ran a 4.9 so that will make many people forget his instincts for linebacker.

    Another example. RB Knile Davis at combine ran 4.37 & did 31 reps, that elevated his stock from middle rds to now 2nd rd, or 1st rd. But on field, he only rushed for 377 yds last year, & missed all 2011 with injuries.

  • StarSpangledSteeler

    Sam Montgomery has the slowest “get off” of the entire LSU defensive line. Go back and watch the tape on pass rushing downs and look who’s the last one to burst on the snap.

    Brandon Jenkins has much better burst, but is very weak on run defense and pass coverage. He didn’t even run the forty at the combine and looked terrible in the change of direction drills.

    Both of these guys have SERIOUS question marks. And yet you think they are potential Steelers at OLB? While Ansah is not?

    I find it interesting you think Montgomery can be successful dropping into coverage with his 4.81 forty with a 1.64 split, and yet you think Ansah can’t do it with a 4.63 forty with a 1.56 split?

    Do you feel like Woodley is a good OLB in our system? Woodley ran a 4.67 forty. And contrary to what you stated he rarely ever dropped into coverage at Michigan. What about Harrison? Is he good in coverage? He ran a 5.01 forty at his Kent State pro day. What about Worilds? He ran a 4.72 forty at his combine.

    Of course neither of us know for certain who will be able to do what in the NFL, but the numbers don’t support your position on Ansah at OLB. You’re entitled to your opinion, but when you go about claiming that other people are “wrong” (ex. that Ansah can’t play 3-4 OLB) you should try to bring some solid evidence.

  • Clint Martin

    I guess come draft day we will see what team he goes to and what defense they run. Agree to disagree. Yet the Steelers you mentioned have slow 40 times yet these are the types of OLB they go after.

    What solid evidence do you have that he can play OLB at the NFL level? This kid in the 1st round at that position to me in My opinion it is a crap shoot now 4-3 DE he is an animal!

  • Cody Younkin

    seeing the reciving drils DeAndre Hopkins and Justin Hunter are by far the best pass catchers in the draft. these guys shoud be the first two WR taken and they will mos likely fall to the second round. Also Hopkins plays a lot bigger than he is. He is a solid 6’1 but he always attacks the ball at the highest point you’d think hes 6’3-6’4. I pray we get one of these guys!!

  • Jeff Johnson

    A lot of top sports analysts are saying that he is a 1st round player

  • Jeff Johnson

    Steelers have been going with o-line in the past few drafts early, which they needed to, but Colbert and Tomlin have not found any top pass rushers since Tomlin’s first year as head coach. It is time for them to draft one of the top 6 of the pass rushers in the draft that can play OLB with their 1st round pick. Harrison may get cut and the lack of forced turnovers the past two seasons. After that, time to focus on Safeties, RB’s, and WR’s in the draft

  • Jeff Johnson

    I don’t care which one of the 6 pass rushers they get, as long as they get one of them.

  • Jeff Johnson

    Some of it is more like they Can’t participate. Players dealing with injuries that keep them from being able to participate is not the players fault. There are other things for them at the combine besides the drills. Like the interviews and seeing the doctors.

  • Jeff Johnson

    I hope a good amount of teams drafting before the steelers draft an o-linemen including Warmack. I hope one or two teams reach for a QB before the steelers and at least 1 WR and a couple secondary players are drafted by the time the steelers 17th overall pick comes, giving the steelers a good chance at drafting one of the pass rushers.

  • Mr irrelevant.

    We’re still waiting for the pro day updates. So far I’ve found: Brandon Williams dt (pulled hammy)
    Marvin burdette ILB UAB (injured quad)

  • Brendon Glad

    I watched almost all of it. After watching what the Steelers did in this last week…I’m guessing Tavon Austin. I would be happy with that. The discouraging thing about the combine was how tremendous Mathieu looked. We all know he’s being drafted by the Bengals…it’s only a matter of which round. So we all sit and wait to see if he will become “a TRUE BENGAL” by messing up off-the-field like he’s prone to do. The Pine-Bluff LT looked good. The ILB’s looked poor. The OLB’s are intriguing. But I still think it will be Tavon Austin. He looked electric.

  • Brendon Glad

    Side note: loved the safety from California (PA) with the Steelers tattoo on his bicep. Not necessarily “smart” on a personal level for him…but I noticed…and I loved it. He didn’t look bad either.

  • Brendon Glad

    I didn’t like how he looked in the “gauntlet”. But I could see him in black-and-gold. This draft is going to be as crazy as any we’ve seen. When the top rated QB could go anywhere from 1-20, that says it’s going to be very wild.

  • Brendon Glad

    Anyone have an answer why they don’t put the players in pads and helmets for most of their drills (perhaps 1 set in pads, 1 without?) Have posted that question on many blogs, and have yet to get an answer. Seems like the equivalent of the NBA combine being done with a women’s basketball on 9’6″ basketball goals.
    I think it’s the mystery that they love…the common quote from the analysts is: “well, it’s different in shorts”…so WHY THE SHORTS? Some people carry their pads better than others. I played HS football. Could beat our senior tailback in 40s if we took the pads off…he’d beat me by 3 yards with them on. That’s when I noticed.
    Then you hear about Jerry Rice, Emmitt Smith, and others…where they seemed to “carry their pads” better. Why don’t they TEST THAT?

  • Brendon Glad

    The combine is quite helpful for me, because I don’t like college football. But it is more difficult in certain positions, that’s for sure. I seem to have my best luck discovering DB’s, WR’s, and RB’s at the combine. The others are probably getting short-changed.

  • Brendon Glad

    The safety from California PA has a Steeler logo tattooed on his bicep. Probably caused several teams to take him off their boards…lol…but of course I liked it. He looked pretty good too (that’s sort of more important). Might be a nice late round selection though. We don’t have to worry about the Browns, Ravens, or Bengals snatching him, that’s for sure.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bill.sanford.923 Bill Sanford

    Mingo’s problem is he is built like a girl, he is tall but he looks very small physically. Ansah and vaccaro are going to be two of the biggest disappointments in this draft. my 2$.

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