5 NFL Superstars Who Had Atrocious Performances at the Combine

Performance at the NFL Combine is not always an accurate indicator of future success in the league. Here are 5 top examples.

Joe Haden

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Joe Haden

Heading into the 2010 NFL Combine, Joe Haden was regarded as the top cornerback prospect. An All-American at the University of Florida, he was expected to post excellent numbers at the world's biggest workout. Haden ran a 4.52 40-Yard Dash (subpar for a cornerback of his size), and his 35-inch Vertical Jump was similarly underwhelming. His 4.34 20-Yard Shuttle was the second-slowest among cornerbacks, making Haden's overall Combine performance a colossal disappointment. But he improved on those results at his Pro Day and ended up being selected with the 7th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. Two Pro Bowl appearances later, it's safe to say Haden overcame his poor Combine performance.


Topics: FOOTBALL | BENCH PRESS | 40-YARD DASH | TOM BRADY | ANTONIO BROWN | VERTICAL JUMP | FOOTBALL TRAINING | NFL | JOE HADEN | SLIDESHOW