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Raiders Top Combine Performers In Recent Years


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The NFL Scouting Combine has seen some impressive athletes walk through its doors, and the next crop of college prospects will participate in the Combine starting Tuesday, February 27. The event allows NFL scouts to conduct further analysis of potential players they have their eye on, as athletes showcase their skill sets in a variety of drills. Each year the Combine has some standout players, whose freakish, athletic skills are undeniable.

With that being said, let's take a look at some of the Raiders top Combine performers from recent years.

Obi Melifonwu (2017):

40-Yard Dash –4.4 seconds (First ranked S)

Vertical Jump –44 inches (First ranked S)

Broad Jump – 11'9" (First ranked S)

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Connor Cook (2016):

40-Yard Dash –4.79 seconds (Tied-sixth ranked QB)

Vertical Jump –33 inches (Fourth ranked QB)

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Amari Cooper (2015):

40-Yard Dash –4.42 seconds (Tied-seventh ranked WR)

Three Cone Drill –6.71 seconds (Fifth ranked WR)

20-Yard Shuttle –3.98 seconds (First ranked WR)

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Khalil Mack (2014):

40-Yard Dash – 4.65 seconds (Fourth ranked LB)

Vertical Jump – 40.0 inches (Second ranked LB)

Broad Jump – 10'8'' (Second ranked LB)

20-Yard Shuffle – 4.18 seconds (Fifth ranked LB)

**Derek Carr (2014):


40-Yard Dash – 4.69 seconds (Fifth ranked QB)

Vertical Jump – 34.5 inches (Second ranked QB)

20-Yard Shuttle – 4.2 seconds (Third ranked QB)

EJ Manuel (2013):

40-Yard Dash –4.65 seconds (Second ranked QB)

Vertical Jump– 34 inches (First ranked QB)

Broad Jump –9'10" (Second ranked QB)

20-Yard Shuttle –4.21 seconds (Second ranked QB)

Marshawn Lynch (2007):

40-Yard Dash –4.46 seconds (Tied-fifth ranked RB)

Broad Jump –10'5" (Second ranked RB)

60-Yard Shuttle –11.8 seconds (Sixth ranked RB)

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