Jamon Brown, John Miller, Gerald Christian

The Combine concluded for Offensive Lineman, Tight Ends, and Special Teamers on Friday with on-field workouts.  Jamon Brown was unable to participate in the physical portion of the Combine due to an injury, but the meetings, measurements, interviews and other activities will serve him well moving into Louisville’s Pro Day and other private workouts.

John Miller & Gerald Christian had fantastic combines and competed well.  Miller & Christian’s performances and superlatives are listed in and under the chart below.  There is a lot of buzz about John Miller moving into a late 2nd round-3rd round prospect. While the buzz on Gerald Christian has him as a 4th or 5th round selection.  Both players helped their cause in Indianapolis.   We should have a better feel for Jamon’s stock once he can workout for scouts.

DeVante Parker, Michael Dyer, Dominique Brown

Today is the day we’ve all been waiting for 40 times for DeVante Parker, Dominique Brown, and Michael Dyer.  In addition there will also be a series of on-field workouts including 3-Cone Drill, Broad Jump, Vertical Jump, 20-yard Shuttle, & 60-yard Shuttle. As these players go through the drills we will update our chart (below) and we will add notes next to exemplary performances.

This group has been measured, had medical exams, media sessions, and a number of team interviews.  Yesterday the Wide Receivers and Running Backs did their bench press test of reps at 225.

Lorenzo Mauldin, B.J. Dubose

Yesterday this group was measured for height/weight/hand size/ and arm length, went through medical examinations, media sessions, and had more team interviews (see chart for measurements). Mauldin came in as expected, but Dubose came in much larger than he was listed while at UofL.

Today the Defensive Lineman and Linebackers will undergo Psychological Testing, will meet with more teams for formal interviews, and do as many reps of 225 lbs on the bench press as possible.  We will post those results in our chart as the become available.

Tomorrow Lozo & Dubose will do their on-field testing including 40 times.

Gerod Holliman, James Sample, Charles Gaines 

Yesterday this group went through the arrival day of registering with the NFL, Hospital Pre-Exams & X-Rays, Combine Orientation, and a round of team interviews.

Today Gaines, Samples, and Holliman will get their height/weight/hand size/arm length measured, go through the medical exam, media sessions, and more team interviews.  We will have the players measurements available on this page available later today.

Player Height Weight Arm Length Hand Size 40 Bench 3-Cone Broad Vertical 20-Yd Shuttle 60-Yard Shuttle
Jamon Brown 6’4” 323 34 3/8” 9 3/4”
John Miller 6’2” 303 33 1/4” 10 1/4” 5.33 29 8.2 104.0” 27” 4.75
Gerald Christian 6’3” 244 32 1/2” 10 3/4” 4.87 28 4.70 12.66
DeVante Parker 6’3” 209 33 1/4” 9 1/4” 4.45 17 125″ 36.5″
Michael Dyer 5’8 218 30 5/8” 9 1/2” 4.58 26
Dominique Brown 6’2” 234 32 3/8” 9 1/2”  – 17
BJ Dubose 6’4” 284 33” 9 3/4” 26
Lorenzo Mauldin 6’4” 259 33” 9 7/8” 23
Charles Gaines 5’10” 180 31 3/8″ 8 3/4″
Gerod Holliman 6’0″ 218 32″ 9 1/2″
James Sample 6’2″ 209 32″ 9 1/2″

Jamon Brown did not participate in drills due to injury.

*Gerald Christian’s Hands are bigger than any Tight End at the 2014 Combine last year and are 2nd this year to UMASS’ Jean Sifrin who registered a hand measurement of 11″.

*Gerald Christian’s 28 reps on Bench Press is the Most for any Tight End at the 2015 Combine and the 2nd most in two seasons and the 5th best since 2008 (last 8 combines).

*Gerald Christian’s 40 time was the 8th Best at the 2015 Combine for Tight Ends.

*John Miller’s 29 reps on Bench Press is 7th for the 2015 Combine for OLineman.  His 104″ was 14th at the Combine for an OL.

*DeVante Parker’s 17 reps on Bench Press is 5th among Wide Receivers.

*Michael Dyer’s 26 reps on Bench Press is 2nd among Running Backs. It is also the 2nd most in the last two combines as well.

 

 

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