1.) Benny LeMay, RB, Charlotte – The big back from UNC-Charlotte had the slowest forty of all the running backs. He ran a 4.75 forty and benched 225 24 times. He finished with a 28.5 vertical and 112 inches in the broad jump. At 5080 and 221 pounds LeMay had a rough showing at the 2020 NFL Scouting combine.
2.) Tony Jones, RB, Notre Dame – Jones was slow running a 4.68 forty. He stands at 5100 and weighs 220 pounds, but overall he lacked explosion and burst. His 32.5 inch vertical and his 119 inch broad jump could have been better. I like Jones, but I think he had a rough pro day.
3.) Trey Adams, OL, Washington – Trey Adams was one of the best offensive lineman in the nation before suffering an injury. I get forty does not mean much for an offensive lineman, but when you run a 5.6 forty at 6080 and 320 pounds that is pretty slow. Adams was the slowest offensive lineman at the Combine. His 24.5 vertical and his 92 inch broad jump were also pretty weak.
4.) Zach Moss, RB, Utah – Moss ran a 4.70 forty which ended up being a 4.65 official for, but his vert was 33 and that was suspect. I thought he would be much better after watching him punish defenses racking up 1000 yards three years in a row.
5.) La’Mical Perine, RB, Florida – He had a bad all around day. He was a dog for the Gators, but he finished with a 4.62 forty, a 35 inch vertical and a sub 10′ broad jump. I do not think he was the worst running back, but at the end of the day, you have to do everything you can to perform, and Perine didn’t do that today.