2011 NFL Combine Results: Running Backs

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At the 2011 NFL Combine, held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the running back class featured a wide-open field, with several potential stars in the mix. Shane Vareen [pictured above], Jordan Todman, Da'Rel Scott and DeMarco Murray led the pack, and Mark Ingram solidified his status as the top overall RB prospect in the NFL Draft.

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At the 2011 NFL Combine, held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the running back class featured a wide-open field, with several potential stars in the mix. Shane Vareen [pictured above], Jordan Todman, Da'Rel Scott and DeMarco Murray led the pack, and Mark Ingram solidified his status as the top overall RB prospect in the NFL Draft.

Below are results of the top 10 performers in each Combine test: 40-Yard Dash, 225-Bench Test, Vertical Jump, Broad Jump, Three-Cone Drill, 20-Yard Shuttle and 60-Yard Shuttle.

Average Top Performer Height: 5'11"
Average Top Performer Weight: 213 lbs.

 

40-Yard Dash

Player Time [sec.]
Da'Rel Scott 

Maryland

4.34
Mario Fannin 

Auburn

4.38
Derrick Locke 

Kentucky

4.40
Jordan Todman 

Connecticut

4.40
DeMarco Murray 

Oklahoma

4.41
Roy Helu 

Nebraska

4.42
Brandon Saine 

Ohio State

4.43
Shane Vereen 

California

4.50
Alex Green 

Hawaii

4.53
Kendall Hunter 

Oklahoma State

4.53
Position Average 4.43

 

225-Bench Test

Player Reps
Anthony Sherman 

Connecticut

32
Shane Vereen 

California

32
Allen Bradford 

USC

31
Delone Carter 

Syracuse

28
Darren Evans 

Virginia Tech

27
Jordan Todman 

Connecticut

26
Anthony Allen 

Georgia Tech

25
Noel Devine 

West Virginia

24
Jamie Harper 

Clemson

24
Kendall Hunter 

Oklahoma State

24
Henry Hynoski 

Pittsburgh

24
Position Average 27

 

Vertical Jump

Player Height [inches]
Anthony Allen 

Georgia Tech

41.0
Ryan Williams 

Virginia Tech

40.0
Mikel LeShoure 

Illinois

38.0
Jordan Todman 

Connecticut

38.0
Mario Fannin 

Auburn

37.5
Derrick Locke 

Kentucky

37.5
Delone Carter 

Syracuse

37.0
Jamie Harper 

Clemson

36.5
Roy Helu 

Nebraska

36.5
Stevan Ridley 

LSU

36.0
Position Average 37.8

 

Broad Jump

Player Length [feet]
Jordan Todman 

Connecticut

10'6"
DeMarco Murrary 

Oklahoma

10'4"
Ryan Williams 

Virginia Tech

10'3"
Kendall Hunter 

Oklahoma State

10'2"
Mikel LeShoure 

Illinois

10'2"
Anthony Allen 

Georgia Tech

10'0"
Damien Berry 

Miami

10'0"
Delone Carter 

Syracuse

10'0"
Jamie Harper 

Clemson

10'0"
Roy Helu 

Nebraska

9'11" 

 

Position Average 10'2"

 

Three-Cone Drill

Player Time [sec.]
Graig Cooper 

Miami

6.66
Roy Helu 

Nebraska

6.67
Kendall Hunter 

Oklahoma State

6.74
Stevan Ridley 

LSU

6.78
Anthony Allen 

Georgia Tech

6.79
Mikel LeShoure 

Illinois

6.82
Vai Taua 

Nevada

6.89
Dion Lewis 

Pittsburgh

6.90
Alex Green 

Hawaii

6.91
Delone Carter 

Syracuse

6.92
Position Average 6.81

 

20-Yard Shuttle

Player Time [sec.]
Roy Helu 

Nebraska

4.01
Graig Cooper 

Miami

4.03
Anthony Allen 

Georgia Tech

4.06
Delone Carter 

Syracuse

4.07
Damien Berry 

Miami

4.12
Alex Green 

Hawaii

4.15
Derrick Locke 

Kentucky

4.15
Dion Lewis 

Pittsburgh

4.18
DeMarco Murray 

Oklahoma

4.18
Evan Royster 

Penn State

4.18
Vai Taua 

Nevada

4.18
Jordan Todman 

Connecticut

4.18
Ryan Williams 

Virginia Tech

4.18
Position Average 4.13

 

60-Yard Shuttle

Player Time [sec.]
Roy Helu 

Nebraska

11.06
Kendall Hunter 

Oklahoma State

11.19
Jordan Todman 

Connecticut

11.25
Dion Lewis 

Pittsburgh

11.39
Ryan Williams 

Virginia Tech

11.40
Anthony Allen 

Georgia Tech

11.46
Da'Rel Scott 

Maryland

11.51
Vai Taua 

Nevada

11.57
Shane Vereen 

California

11.58
Johnny White 

North Carolina

11.62
Position Average 11.40

 

Source:  NFL.com

 


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Topics: RUNNING BACK | BENCH | DRILL | VERTICAL JUMP | SHUTTLE | BENCH TEST