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2011 Football Pro Day

BY ANDRES FOCIL
2011 Football Pro Day

Photo gallery of images from 2011 pro day

# NAME POS HTWT ARMHAND 40YARD BENCH225 SHUTTLERUN 3-CONEDRILL BROADJUMP VERTICALJUMP
58 Damario Ambrose DE 6-3260

339 7/8

4.79 17 4.25 7.37 9-7 33.5
26 Ramon Broadway CB 5-8190 30.59 1/8 4.47 17 7.04 9-10 1/2 41
46 Freddy Burton LB 6-0236 32 7/893/4 4.65 16 4.27 7.32 9-5 1/4 31.5
19 Dustin Cain S 6-0197 30 1/48 7/8 4.65 16 4.26 7.25 8-10 30.5
86 Ben Cleveland TE 6-3246 31 1/49 3/4 4.82 18 7.67 8-4 1/2 32
# NAME POS HTWT ARMHAND 40YARD BENCH225 SHUTTLERUN 3-CONEDRILL BROADJUMP VERTICALJUMP
4 Rudell Crim S 5-9191 29 3/47 3/4 4.51 9 4.58 7.39 9-2 1/2 34
73 Ray Dominguez OT 6-4334 33 3/49 3/4 5.31 COMB 4.69 8.00 7-10 1/4 28.5
71 Wade Grayson OT 6-3302 31 7/89 3/4 5.18 24 4.89 8.29 7-7 1/4 25
95 Patrick Jones DT 6-0295 308 3/4 5.04 26 4.67 7.96 8-0 1/4 25
1 Anthony Leon LB 6-3226 31 1/29 1/8 12 10-6 1/4 37.5
# NAME POS HTWT ARMHAND 40YARD BENCH225 SHUTTLERUN 3-CONEDRILL BROADJUMP VERTICALJUMP
65 DeMarcus Love OT 6-4316 34 1/89 1/4 5.06 COMB COMB COMB COMB COMB
53 Jermaine Love LB 5-10228 29 3/49 3/4 4.7 22 4.27 7.38 9-2 1/4 31.5
15 Ryan Mallett QB 6-6247

33 7/810 5/8

5.37 8-7 1/4 26
41 Ryan Powers LB 6-0221 31 1/89 4.53 22 4.44 7.28 9-5 33
44 Van Stumon FB 6-1264 32 3/89 7/8 4.88 18 4.43 7.17 8-8 1/2 29
# NAME POS HTWT ARMHAND 40YARD BENCH225 SHUTTLERUN 3-CONEDRILL BROADJUMP VERTICALJUMP
2 Alex Tejada K 5-11206 30 1/810 3/4 4.67 9 4.28 7.23 8-7 1/2 28/5
70 Zhamal Thomas OG 6-3346 33 1/810 1/4 5.41 21 4.94 8.17 7-11 3/4 24
45 D.J. Williams TE 6-2251 COMB COMB COMB COMB COMB COMB

COMB – Used marks recorded at NFL Combine.

Explanation of drills:40-Yard DashOne of the most popular drills is the 40-yard dash. The sprint covers 40 yards and is used to evaluate speed. Although it is a fan favorite, scouts consider the 10- and 20-yard dashes, as well as 20- and 60-yard shuttle runs and cone drills, as measures of a player’s agility and speed.225 Bench PressA test of strength in which players bench press 225 pounds as many times as possible.Vertical JumpPlayers stand flat-footed in front of a pole that has plastic flags sticking out of it. Players jump from a standing position and try to swat as many of those flags as they can.Broad JumpLike the vertical jump, the broad jump is done from a standing position, but this drill measures how far a player can jump and is a standardized test for power. 3-Cone DrillPlayers start in a three-point stance in front of three cones that are set up in a triangle or L shape, with each cone five yards apart. They then sprint five yards to one cone, sprint back to the starting cone, and head back to the second cone where they run around it and cut right to the third cone. The players then run a circle around the third cone from the inside to the outside and run around the second cone before returning to the first cone. How the drill translates on the field for each position differs. Pro ShuttleThe 20-yard shuttle is designed to test lateral speed and coordination. The player starts in a three-point stance. When the whistle blows, the players run five yards to one side, touching the yard line. They then sprints 10 yards in the other direction and again touch the yard line, at which point they sprint back to the yard line they started from.20-Yard ShuttlePlayers runfive yards to one side, then back 10 yards and then five yards to the starting point.Position Specific DrillsCoaches and scouts run the players through drills designed for the players at their position.



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