Historical NFL Scouting Combine Data

The Best Broad Jump Scores In NFL Com...

The Broad Jump is a test of forward explosiveness. In conjunction with the Vertical leap, shuttle and 10 yard dash, the Broad Jump it helps provide scouts with an idea of how quickly a player can “explode” into action. The Broad Jump is an important drill for many positions. The Best Broad Jump Scores at […]

The Best Vertical Leap Scores In NFL ...

The Vertical Leap is a test of explosion.  Combined with the 10 yard dash time, Broad Jump score, and shuttle drill it helps provide scouts with a good measure of how quickly a player can “explode” into action. The best Vertical Leap Scores at the NFL Combine since 1999: 46.0 inches – Gerald Sensabaugh – […]

The Best Wonderlic Scores In NFL Comb...

The Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test™ is used at the NFL Combine to measure players problem solving abilities.   See more detailed information about the Wonderlic Exam here. Harvard’s Ryan Fitzpatrick owns the highest Wonderlic score for a QB ever recorded at an NFL Combine with a score of 48.  Alamaba’s Greg McElroy was rumored to […]

The Strongest Players In NFL Combine ...

The Bench Press at the NFL Combine is used as a basic measure of strength.  The event measures how many times a player can bench press 225 lbs.  The best bench press scores ever recorded at the NFL Combine are: 51 reps – Justin Ernest (1999) 49 reps – Stephen Paea (2011) 45 reps – […]

The Fastest Forty Yard Dash Times In ...

The NFL Combine began electronic timing of forty yard dash times in 1999.  This means that any time after 1998 can be considered “official” as the time was gathered through electronic means removing any possible human error.  Times gathered before 1999 can be considered “unofficial” in that the humans are unable to consistently gather completely […]