2013 NFL Combine Results: Wide Receivers
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2013 NFL Combine Results: Wide Receivers

Name School 40-Yard
Dash
Bench
press
Vertical
jump
Three-cone
drill
20-yard
shuttle
60-yard
shuttle
Broad
jump
T.J. Moe Missouri 4.74 26 36.0 6.53 3.96 10.87 120
Markus Wheaton Oregon St. 4.45 20 37.0 6.80 4.02 11.16 120
Josh Boyce TCU 4.38 22 34.0 6.68 4.10 11.26 131
Ace Sanders South Carolina 4.58 7 32.0 6.81 4.37 11.29 117
Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech 4.52 10 39.5 6.71 4.06 11.31 132
Conner Vernon Duke 4.68   32.5 6.93 4.22 11.34 125
Ryan Spadola Lehigh 4.48 15 33.5 6.72 4.07 11.35 119
Terrance Williams Baylor 4.52 11 32.5 7.01 4.32 11.50 119
Mark Harrison Rutgers 4.46 17 38.5 6.99 4.33 11.72 129
Rodney Smith Florida St. 4.51   34.5 7.03 4.07 11.84 120
Lanear Sampson Baylor 4.46 20 33.5 7.10 4.38 11.87 119
Kenbrell Thompkins Cincinnati 4.54 8 33.5 6.88 4.21 11.90 121
Brandon Kaufman Eastern Washington 4.67 9 33.5 7.11 4.44 12.14 115
We will be posting more 2013 NFL Combine results as they become available.

The 2013 NFL Combine Timing and Testing Sessions will be held February 22-28 at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN. The scouting combine is an invitation only event, open only to invited players and NFL team officials. The workout and timing drills include: 40 yard dash, bench press, vertical jump, broad jump, 20-yard shuttle, three-cone drill, 60-yard shuttle, position-specific drills, interviews, physical measurements, injury evaluation, drug screen, cybex test, and wonderlic test. More than 300 top prospects have been invited.

Perhaps the most newsworthy test, the Wonderlic Test is an intelligence test has been given to prospective players in the National Football League since the 1970s. The Wonderlic is a 12 minute, 50 question exam meant to judge their aptitude for adapting to certain situations. Similar to other standardized tests, the Wonderlic uses a multiple choice format for its questions with increasing difficulty. It's designed so that most players won't have time to complete it. Pat McInally (P/WR from Harvard) is the only football player to record a confirmed perfect score.

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