Found some combine info

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  1. MikeD

    MikeD Sports Genius

    Sep 5, 2002
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    In the charts, "Ht" refers to a player's height, and the combine measures to the eighth of an inch. Obviously, "Wt" refers to a player's weight. The "bench" reference is to the number of times a prospect was able to bench-press the standard 225-pound weight used for years by the combine. The "40" column lists the 40-yard time, down to one-hundredth of a second. "VJ" and "BJ" are for "vertical jump" and "broad jump," respectively. The vertical jump is measured in inches, the broad jump in feet and inches.

    The listings for "20sh," "60sh" and "cone" are all in seconds. All three of the drills are change-of-direction exercises. In the 20-yard shuttle, for instance, a player starts from a spot on the floor, goes five yards to one side, 10 yards to the opposite side, then five yards back to the starting point.

    Any reference to "DNP" simply means the prospect did not participate in that particular drill. There are drills that some positions are not required to perform. The quarterbacks, for instance, do not perform the bench press.

    Player; School; Ht.; Wt.; Bench; 40; VJ; BJ; 20sh; 60sh; Cone

    Davis, Domanick; LSU; 5-9; 213; 22; 4.62; 32 ½"; 9'4"; 4.46; 11.86; 7.31
    Toefield, LaBrandon; LSU; 5-10 7/8; 233; 19; DNP; DNP; DNP; DNP; DNP; DNP;
    James, Bradie; LSU; 6-2 3/8; 242; DNP; DNP; 32 ½"; 9'5"; 4.52; 11.96; 7.53
    LeJeune, Norman; LSU; 6-0 3/8; 200; 11; 4.65; 33 ½"; 9'7"; 4.21; 11.33; 7.41

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