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Today we are going to look at the biggest winners at the 2013 NFL Combine, and see how their outstanding performances will impact their rookie seasons in Fantasy Football.
Just in case you were wondering how LeBron James would fare with the incoming NFL draft class at this week’s combine, he offered up his own insight for you, including a 40-time he ran as recently as last summer, which would put some notable non-imaginary draft prospects to shame. According to James, he ran the 40-yard dash time in a respectable 4.6 seconds.
Ryan Swope ran a 4.34 in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine. He’s a white receiver. That shouldn’t happen, according to the highly-stereotyped NFL.com prospect profiles. An investigation, after the jump.
With his official NFL Combine workout still days away, Manti Te’o faced the media Saturday to answer question about, what else, the whole Lennay Kekua imbroglio. Now that he’s faced the music on that, now the real question can be asked: can this kid play?
Enough with the fat guys running the 40. Speed demons Tavon Austin and Marquise Goodwin ran their 40-yard dashes and showed everyone how it’s done, both clocking in unofficial 4.25 second times Sunday morning.
Dozens of NCAA football’s finest are at the IMG Academy preparing for the NFL Draft right now. But just because they’re busy doesn’t mean they’re too busy to participate in the Internet’s latest (and possibly greatest) meme.
“Listen, Dad. I’d love to answer all of your questions to make this precious video even more precious. Really, I would. But I’m doing cone drills over here, and it’s physically exerting, and I’d rather not end up like Vick Ballard. So, if you could keep it to yourself until I’m done, that’d be fantastic.”
Robert Griffin III, in addition to being faster than your average quarterback, is also smarter than your average quarterback. NFL Network analyst (and former head coach) Steve Mariucci found this out during an NFL Combine segment in which he tried to stump the Second Team Academic All-American, but couldn’t. Video, after the jump.
Dontari Poe is officially your athletic beast of the 2012 NFL Combine. Poe, a 346-pound defensive tackle from Memphis, ran a 4.87 40-yard dash this morning at the NFL Combine. And when he runs, he looks like a little Sonic the Hedgehog. A little Sonic the Hedgehog that brings the pain. Video after the jump.