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.

Terrell Suggs

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Terrell Suggs

Coming out of Arizona State University, Terrell Suggs was an explosive prospect. His freakish athleticism helped him record 24 sacks during his senior year, which still stands as an FBS single-season record. When it came time for the 2003 NFL Combine, scouts were fully expecting Suggs to put on a show. That wasn't quite the case, as his 4.82 40-Yard Dash, 33-Inch Vertical and 19 reps on the Bench Press test made for a thoroughly unimpressive performance. Seven Pro Bowl selections later, Suggs has proven to be a fantastic player despite his subpar Combine numbers.


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