2014 NFL Combine: Results Tracker

NEPD Editor: Mike Loyko

Follow along with the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine as I update our list with all the latest measurements and times from the top 2014 NFL Draft prospects.

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6 Responses to “2014 NFL Combine: Results Tracker”

  1. Nick Welp says:

    When will the 20 yard shuttle for DL be available? I cannot find it anywhere. (2/27/14)

  2. GM-In-Training says:

    Nice compilation of the combine measurements, in a format that allows easy comparison.

    I guess the next set of questions are more about moneyball;
    Who are the most interesting players for the Pats, that other teams will undervalue?

    I mean, the tall, fast, strong, guys with good tape have obvious value. Tall CB and WR and TE are in big demand this year to create mismatches. There aren’t any TE with numbers like Hernandez’ (no 3-cone within .27 seconds, and most that can run routes have far less less bench press reps, worse 40 times, etc.). What’s less obvious?

    I came away thinking **if** the Pats are going to find late-round gems, they’ll probably have to come from players who didn’t get invited to the combine, or who had incomplete measurements at the combine.

  3. GM-In-Training says:

    PK08 Pat O’Donnell weighs 220, not 320.

    • MaineMan says:

      That’s too bad. At 320, he probably wouldn’t need a personal protector, if he’s a punter. For that matter, if it’s 4th and short, 6’4″/320 could probably bull his way for the 1st down.

  4. TJ Never says:

    Does it seem like OL weights are leveling off? Or, are they training to lower their weight so they are quicker in the cone drills?

    Olinemen weight seemed to be going up each year for the last 20 years. There are a lot of players in the 305-310lbs at INDY this year. Not many 330 pounders.

    • GM-In-Training says:

      They need balance and explosiveness. You still see plenty of “round” lineman, but now tackles almost have to be 6’5″ to 6’8″ and have long arms, and be 310-320.

      Some guards are 330-340ish and still plenty athletic…Mike Iupati of the 49ers comes to mind.

      I think the average height of OL players has gone up in the last 2 decades too. I’d be surprised if they keep going up much, though.

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