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CBS Sports : declared in 2017 NFL Combine: Fournette, McCaffrey and more winners and losers from Day 3

as informed in Again, it’s a weak draft class and guards are more valued in the NFL than they have been in years past.
But there were some guys in the middle tiers who really put impressive numbers next to their name and helped to vault their stock.
The guys on the top end of this draft class were expected to shine, and they didn’t really do that at the combine.
This is not the draft class you want to be in if you’re a running back struggling to put up big numbers at the combine.
He also benched 17 reps of 225 pounds and had a 33 1/2-inch vertical leap, impressive numbers considering his size (5-foot-9, 196 pounds).

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2017 NFL Scouting Combine: Takeaways from RB workouts

Alvin Kamara, Tennessee: Players never actually broad jump during a game, and rarely do they stop and leap vertically, so folks might wonder why these combine drills matter.
Most of the big names took full part in the RB on-field workouts, wrapping their week in Indianapolis.
This week has been on the strange side for Fournette, arguably the top RB prospect this year.
Dalvin Cook, Florida State: Cook was better in game action than he was in Friday’s combine action.
He boasted a 37.5″ vertical to go with a 121″ broad jump and 4.48 40—barely topping Cook’s time, lest anyone still be panicked over Cook.

2017 NFL Combine: One quarterback used a YouTube video to increase his hand size

as informed in So, when Central Michigan quarterback Cooper Rush’s hands didn’t measure well at East-West Shrine Game in January, he made sure he increased the size of his hands before the combine.
Unfortunately for Rush, Pelissero added that Rush’s new and improved measurement was still the smallest among the quarterbacks attending the combine.
At the NFL combine, measurements take on a heightened level of importance, from the 40-yard dash to the vertical leap to the size of a quarterback’s hand.
He used a YouTube video.
“I looked up a YouTube video of like hand stretching, just random, like for people that type a lot,” Rush said, per USA Today’s Tom Pelissero.

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