2017 NFL Combine, Day 1 Tracker: Running Backs, Offensive Linemen Results

Tracking the testing results from the running backs, offensive linemen and specialists at Day 1 of the 2017 NFL Combine on Friday, March 3

Though the 330 invited NFL Draft prospects have been in Indianapolis, IN for several days interviewing with teams and the media at the 2017 NFL Combine, Friday is considered Day 1. That’s because that’s when the athletic testing truly begins and we get to see what these players have to offer as far as their strength, speed, agility and so on. For Day 1, it’ll be the running backs, offensive linemen and specialists taking the stage at the 2017 NFL Combine.

Of course the most well-known test that we see at the NFL Combine starting on Day 1 is the 40-yard dash. However, the backs and linemen participated in the bench press on Thursday as a bit of a prelude to the event. Also included are the Vertical Jump, Broad Jump, 20-yard Shuttle, 60-yard Shuttle and Three-Cone Drill. Not every group participates in ever event, but we’ll see all those events in some capacity on Friday.

How a players tests athletically at the NFL Combine isn’t the end-all assessment for how good of a player he is. That’s why they also have drills and film to help their stock as well. However, analytics guys love to see athletic testing for certain groups, which is why so many eyes turn to Indy this time of year.

All that being said, here’s a look at the results from the running backs, offensive linemen and specialists testing at the 2017 NFL Combine on Friday for Day 1:

Running Backs

  • Christopher Carson – Oklahoma State
    Bench Press: 23 reps
  • Corey Clement – Wisconsin
    Bench Press: 19 reps
  • Tarik Cohen – North Carolina A&T
    Bench Press: 11 reps
  • James Conner – Pittsburgh
    Bench Press: 20 reps
  • Dalvin Cook – Florida State
    Bench Press: 22 reps
  • Justin Davis – USC
    Bench Press: 21 reps
  • Matt Dayes – NC State
    Bench Press: 18 reps
  • D’Onta Foreman – Texas
    Bench Press: 18 reps
  • Leonard Fournette – LSU
    Bench Press: DNP
  • Wayne Gallman – Clemson
    Bench Press: 21 reps
  • De’Angelo Henderson – Coastal Carolina
    Bench Press: 20 reps
  • Brian Hill – Wyoming
    Bench Press: 15 reps
  • Elijah Hood – North Carolina
    Bench Press: 18 reps
  • Kareem Hunt – Toledo
    Bench Press: 18 reps
  • Aaron Jones – UTEP
    Bench Press: 16 reps
  • Alvin Kamara – Tennessee
    Bench Press:: 15 reps
  • J. Logan – North Carolina
    Bench Press: 17 reps
  • Marlon Mack – South Florida
    Bench Press: 15 reps
  • Christian McCaffrey – Stanford
    Bench Press: 10 reps
  • Elijah McGuire – Louisiana-Lafayette
    Bench Press: 15 reps
  • Jeremy McNichols – Boise State
    Bench Press: DNP
  • Dare Ogunbowale – Wisconsin
    Bench Press: 14 reps
  • Samaje Perine – Oklahoma
    Bench Press: 30 reps
  • Donnel Pumphrey – San Diego State
    Bench Press: 5 reps
  • Devine Redding – Indiana
    Bench Press: 16 reps
  • Sam Rogers – Virginia Tech
    Bench Press: 19 reps
  • Rushel Shell – West Virginia
    Bench Press: 21 reps
  • De’Veon Smith – Michigan
    Bench Press: 22 reps
  • Freddie Stevenson – Florida State
    Bench Press: 24 reps
  • Jahad Thomas – Temple
    Bench Press: 11 reps
  • Stanley Williams – Kentucky
    Bench Press: 18 reps
  • Jamaal Williams – BYU
    Bench Press: DNP
  • Joe Williams – Utah
    Bench Press: 14 reps

Offensive Linemen

  • Isaac Asiata – Utah
    Bench Press: 35 reps
  • Erik Austell – Charleston Southern
    Bench Press: 24 reps
  • Zach Banner – USC
    Bench Press: 22 reps
  • Adam Bisnowaty – Pittsburgh
    Bench Press: 23 reps
  • Garett Bolles – Utah
    Bench Press: DNP
  • Ben Braden – Michigan
    Bench Press: 25 reps
  • Daniel Brusnkill – San Diego State
    Bench Press: 17 reps
  • Collin Buchanan – Miami (OH)
    Bench Press: 23 reps
  • Aviante Collins – TCU
    Bench Press: 34 reps
  • Ethan Cooper – Indiana (PA)
    Bench Press: 26 reps
  • Julie’n Davenport – Bucknell
    Bench Press: 18 reps
  • Dion Dawkins – Temple
    Bench Press: 26 reps
  • J. Dielman – Utah
    Bench Press: 27 reps
  • Jessamen Dunker – Tennessee State
    Bench Press: 23 reps
  • Pat Elflein – Ohio State
    Bench Press: 22 reps
  • Jermaine Eluemunor – Texas A&M
    Bench Press: 34 reps
  • Dan Feeney – Indiana
    Bench Press: 26 reps
  • Kyle Fuller – Baylor
    Bench Press: 23 reps
  • Antonio Garcia – Troy
    Bench Press: 24 reps
  • Avery Gennesy – Texas A&M
    Bench Press: 24 reps
  • Sean Harlow – Oregon State
    Bench Press: 26 reps
  • Will Holden – Vanderbilt
    Bench Press: 23 reps
  • Danny Isidora – Miami (FL)
    Bench Press: 26 reps
  • Dorian Johnson – Pittsburgh
    Bench Press: 21 reps
  • Roderick Johnson – Florida State
    Bench Press: DNP
  • Forrest Lamp – Western Kentucky
    Bench Press: 34 reps
  • Javarius Leamon – South Carolina State
    Bench Press: 22 reps
  • Cameron Lee – Illinois State
    Bench Press: 18 reps
  • Corey Levin – Chattanooga
    Bench Press: 26 reps
  • Damien Mama – USC
    Bench Press: DNP
  • Conor McDermott – UCLA
    Bench Press: DNP
  • Jordan Morgan – Kutztown
    Bench Press: 21 reps
  • Taylor Moton – Western Michigan
    Bench Press: 23 reps
  • Tyler Orlosky – West Virginia
    Bench Press: 24 reps
  • Ethan Pocic – LSU
    Bench Press: 26 reps
  • Ryan Ramczyk – Wisconsin
    Bench Press: 25 reps
  • Cam Robinson – Alabama
    Bench Press: DNP
  • Chase Roullier – Wyoming
    Bench Press: 19 reps
  • Justin Senior – Mississippi State
    Bench Press: DNP
  • David Sharpe – Florida
    Bench Press: 19 reps
  • Nico Siragusa – San Diego State
    Bench Press: 28 reps
  • Dan Skipper – Arkansas
    Bench Press: DNP
  • Sam Tevi – Utah
    Bench Press: 15 reps
  • Nate Theaker – Wayne State
    Bench Press: 23 reps
  • Jon Toth – Kentucky
    Bench Press: 21 reps
  • Jerry Ugokwe – William & Mary
    Bench Press: 18 reps
  • Chad Wheeler – USC
    Bench Press: 15 reps

Specialists

  • Toby Baker – Arkansas
  • Harrison Butker – Georgia Tech
  • Jake Elliott – Memphis
  • Zane Gonzalez – Arizona State
  • Hayden Hunt – Colorado State
  • Cameron Johnston – Ohio State
  • Austin Rehkow – Idaho
  • Conrad Ukropina – Stanford
  • Justin Vogel – Miami

Obviously things like the 40-yard dash don’t mean much for the offensive lineman and specialists, while it does more so for the running backs. However, it’s always interesting to see how these guys test athletically. As such, these numbers will certainly affect the draft stock of some of these prospects.

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