NFL Scouting Mix 2022 tracker: Measurements, prime particular person performances from NFL Draft prospects


This week, 324 gamers from 106 faculties went to Indianapolis for the 2022 NFL Scouting Mix. All of those gamers had been seeking to enhance their draft inventory whereas presumably discovering their future NFL crew within the course of.

Over the previous two days, we have compiled the highest outcomes from the quarterbacks, receivers, tight ends, operating backs and offensive linemen who took half in on-field drills. Under are every of the highest particular person performances from Indianapolis, as a number of gamers absolutely improved their draft shares by advantage of their performances. 

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Defensive backs

Notable 40-yard sprint instances

  • CB Kalon Barnes (Baylor): 4.29
  • CB Tariq Woolen (Texas-San Antonio): 4.30
  • CB Jalyn Armour-Davis (Alabama): 4.39
  • CB Zyon McCollum (Sam Houston State): 4.40
  • CB Damarri Mathis (Pittsburgh): 4.40
  • CB Cobie Durant (South Carolina State): 4.41
  • CB Alontae Taylor (Tennessee): 4.41
  • CB Sauce Gardner (Cincinnati): 4.41
  • CB Josh Thompson (Texas): 4.43
  • CB Cam Taylor-Britt (Nebraska): 4.45
  • CB Trent McDuffie (Washington): 4.46

Notable bench press reps

  • S Yusuf Corker (Kentucky): 23
  • S Jaquan Brisker (Penn State): 22
  • S Kolby Harvell-Peel (Oklahoma): 21
  • S Kerby Joseph (Illinois): 18
  • CB Jaylen Watson (Washington State): 18
  • CB Damarion Williams (Houston): 17
  • CB Coby Bryant (Cincinnati): 17

Notable broad jumps

  • S Lewis Cine (Georgia): 11’1″
  • S Kyle Hamilton (Notre Dame): 10’11”
  • S Nick Cross (Maryland): 10’10”
  • S JT Woods (Baylor): 10’8″
  • S Leon O’Neal (Texas A&M): 10’5″
  • S Smoke Monday (Auburn): 10’4″
  • S Jaquan Brisker (Penn State): 10’4″

Barnes blazes

Baylor’s Kalon Barnes entered the mix extensively thought of one of the bodily gifted defensive backs of the category, and he proved that within the 40, posting one of many quickest instances in mix historical past. Barnes has apparently run within the 4.1s as effectively.


Notable 40-yard sprint instances

  • Troy Anderson (Montana State): 4.42
  • Christian Harris (Alabama): 4.44
  • Channing Tindall (Georgia): 4.47
  • Malcolm Rodriguez (Oklahoma State): 4.52
  • Brandon Smith (Penn State): 4.52
  • Quay Walker (Georgia): 4.52
  • Leo Chenal (Wisconsin): 4.53
  • D’Marco Jackson (Appalachian State): 4.55

Notable bench press reps

  • Chad Muma (Wyoming): 27
  • Devin Lloyd (Utah): 25
  • Aaron Hansford (Texas A&M): 24
  • Terrel Bernard (Baylor): 22
  • Micah McFadden (Indiana): 21
  • Jake Hansen (Illinois): 21
  • Jack Sanborn (Wisconsin): 20

Notable broad jumps

  • Jeremiah Moon (Florida): 11’1″
  • Christian Harris (Alabama): 11’0″
  • Chad Muma (Wyoming): 10’9″
  • Channing Tindall (Georgia): 10’9″
  • Troy Andersen (Montana State): 10’8″
  • Brandon Smith (Penn State): 10’8″
  • Leo Chenal (Wisconsin): 10’8″
  • Likelihood Campbell (Mississippi): 10’7″

Edge rushers

Notable 40-yard sprint instances

  • Amare Barno (Virginia Tech): 4.36
  • Sam Williams (Mississippi): 4.46
  • Travon Walker (Georgia): 4.51
  • Boye Mafe (Minnesota): 4.53
  • Nik Bonitto (Oklahoma): 4.54
  • David Ojabo (Michigan): 4.55
  • Kayvon Thibodeaux (Oregon): 4.58
  • Jermaine Johnson II (Florida State): 4.58
  • Myjai Sanders (Cincinnati): 4.67
  • Jeffrey Gunter (Coastal Carolina): 4.70
  • Isaiah Thomas (Oklahoma): 4.70

Notable bench press reps

  • Kayvon Thibodeaux (Oregon): 27
  • Dominique Robinson (Miami Ohio): 25
  • Cameron Thomas (San Diego State): 24
  • Michael Cleamons (Texas A&M): 24
  • DeAngelo Malone (Western Kentucky): 23
  • Tyree Johnson (Texas A&M): 21
  • Arnold Ebiketie (Penn State): 2
  • George Karlaftis (Purdue): 21
  • Zach Carter (Florida): 19

Notable broad jumps

  • Amare Barno (Virginia Tech): 10’11”
  • Arnold Ebiketie (Penn State): 10’8″
  • Drake Jackson (USC): 10’7″
  • Jermaine Johnson (Florida State): 10’5″
  • Boye Mafe (Minnesota): 10’5″
  • Travon Walker (Georgia): 10’3″
  • Sam Williams (Mississippi): 10’3″
  • Joshua Paschal (Kentucky): 10’3″
  • Jeffrey Gunter (Coastal Carolina): 10’2″

Historic Hokie

Butler Group Faculty switch Amare Barno, of Virginia Tech, was an athletic standout among the many move rushers, topping the broad leap occasion with an almost 11-foot leap and posting the quickest 40-yard sprint from a defensive lineman since 2003.

Defensive linemen

Notable 40-yard sprint instances

  • Devonte Wyatt (Georgia): 4.77
  • Jordan Davis (Georgia): 4.78
  • Perrion Winfrey (Oklahoma): 4.89
  • Travis Jones (Connecticut): 4.92
  • Thomas Booker (Stanford): 4.94
  • Matthew Butler (Tennessee): 5.00
  • DeMarvin Leal (Texas A&M): 5.00

Notable bench press reps

  • Otito Ogbonnia (UCLA): 29
  • DJ Davidson (Arizona State): 23
  • Matthew Butler (Tennessee): 17

Notable broad jumps

  • Jordan Davis (Georgia): 10’3″
  • Matthew Butler (Tennessee): 9’4″
  • Devonte Wyatt (Georgia): 9’3″
  • Thomas Booker (Stanford): 9’2″
  • Travis Jones (Connecticut): 9’2″
  • Phidarian Mathis (Alabama): 9’1″

Georgia will get a dub

Two Bulldogs raised their inventory on the line of defense spot, with Jordan Davis and Devonte Wyatt making the case they belong as Day One targets for groups hungry for inside expertise. Each prospects proved each sturdy and athletic with top-three leads to the bench press and broad leap.

Offensive linemen 

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Notable 40-yard sprint instances 

  • OT Dare Rosenthal (Kentucky): 4.88
  • OT Kellen Diesch (Arizona State): 4.89
  • G Chris Paul (Tulsa): 4.89
  • OT Trevor Penning (Northern Iowa): 4.89
  • C Cam Jurgens (Nebraska): 4.92
  • OT Abraham Lucas (Wash. State): 4.92
  • OT Ickey Ekwonu (N.C. State): 4.93
  • G Dylan Parham (Memphis): 4.93
  • C Zach Tom (Wake Forest): 4.94
  • OT Charles Cross (Miss. State): 4.95
  • G Zach Thomas (San Diego State): 4.96
  • OT Braxton Jones (Southern Utah State): 4.97

Notable bench press reps 

  • G Zion Johnson (Boston Faculty): 32
  • G Jamaree Salyer (Georgia): 31
  • G Cole Unusual (Tennessee-Chattanooga): 31
  • OT Bernhard Raimann (Central Michigan): 30
  • G Marcus McKethan (North Carolina): 27
  • OT Nick Zakelj (Fordham): 27
  • G Luke Goedeke (Central Michigan): 26
  • C Cam Jurgens (Nebraska): 25
  • G Cordell Volson (North Dakota State): 25
  • C Alex Lindstrom (Boston Faculty): 25
  • G Invoice Dunkle (San Diego State): 25

Notable broad jumps

  • G Cole Unusual (Tennessee-Chattanooga): 10’0″
  • C Zach Tom (Wake Forest): 9’10”
  • OT Bernhard Rainmann (Central Michigan): 9’9″
  • C Luke Wattenberg (Washington): 9’5″
  • OT Matt Waletzko (North Dakota): 9’5″
  • C Dohnovan West (Arizona State): 9’4″
  • G Zion Johnson (Boston Faculty): 9’4″
  • OT Charles Cross (Miss. State): 9’4″
  • G Logan Bruss (Wisconsin): 9’4″
  • OT Trevor Penning (Northern Iowa): 9’3″
  • C Alec Lindstrom (Boston Faculty): 9’3″

Velocity demons 

A whopping 12 linemen broke the five-second barrier within the 40-yard sprint, the very best whole since 2003. The highest-five linemen instances Friday are among the many quickest 40 instances recorded by a linemen in mix historical past. 

Broad leap craziness 

Unusual, Tom and Raimann put up three of the top-seven broad leap marks for an offensive lineman in mix historical past. Unusual was additionally one of many prime performances within the bench press, as he absolutely improved his draft inventory Friday night time. The 6-foot-6 Unusual began 44 video games in school that included 41 begins at left guard. He could possibly be a steal for a crew that’s available in the market for a developmental lineman who would probably thrive in a zone-blocking scheme. 

Zion Johnson stands out 

CBS Sports activities’ Thirty seventh-ranked prospect, Johnson led all linemen in bench press reps whereas additionally being one of many prime broad jumpers. A wise and bodily blocker, Johnson is thought to be a greater move protector than a run blocker, though he’s an above-average run blocker.

Beef Jurgey 

Nebraska’s Cam Jurgens made an impression with groups earlier than Friday’s exercise, as he offered groups together with his home made beef jerky. Jurgens then turned in a formidable mix efficiency that included one of many prime 40 instances turned in by a linemen. 

Working backs 

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Notable 40-yard sprint instances 

  • Pierre Robust (South Dakota State): 4.37
  • Isiah Pacheco (Rutgers): 4.37
  • Ty Chandler (North Carolina): 4.38
  • Kenny Walker III (Michigan State): 4.38
  • D’vonte Value (Florida Worldwide): 4.38
  • Breece Corridor (Iowa State): 4.39
  • Zamir White (Georgia): 4.40
  • James Cook dinner (Georgia): 4.42
  • Tyler Goodson (Iowa): 4.42
  • Trestan Ebner (Baylor): 4.43
  • Tyler Badie (Missouri): 4.45

Notable vertical jumps

  • Breece Corridor (Iowa State): 40″
  • Kevin Harris (South Carolina): 38.5″
  • Rachaad White (Arizona State): 38″
  • Tyler Goodson (Iowa): 36.5″
  • Ronnie Rivers (Fresno State): 36.5″
  • Pierre Robust (South Dakota State): 36.5″
  • Jerrion Ealy (Mississippi): 34.5″
  • Dameon Pierce (Florida): 34.5″
  • Keaontay Ingram (USC): 34.5″
  • Kenny Walker III (MSU): 34″
  • D’vonte Value (Florida Worldwide): 34″

Notable broad jumps 

  • Jerrion Ealy (Mississippi): 10’8″
  • Zamir White (Georgia): 10’8″
  • Kevin Harris (South Carolina): 10’6″
  • Breece Corridor (Iowa State): 10’6″
  • Rachaad White (Arizona State): 10’5″
  • James Cook dinner (Georgia): 10’4″
  • Pierre Robust (South Dakota State): 10’4″
  • Kenny Walker III (Michigan State): 10’2″
  • Keaontay Ingram (USC): 10’2″

Corridor, Walker make case to be first-round picks

Breece Corridor entered the night time as CBS Sports activities‘ second-ranked operating again prospect. If something, Corridor strengthened his case as presumably the perfect again within the draft Friday. Corridor posted the sixth-best 40 time amongst operating backs, the highest vertical leap and one of many prime broad jumps. He additionally did effectively throughout his on-field work that included a number of strong catches out of the backfield. Corridor loved a stelar profession at Iowa State, the place he rushed for 3,941 yards with 50 touchdowns and a 5.5 yards per carry common. 

Whereas not anticipated, Corridor elevated his odds at being a first-round decide. So did Michigan State’s Kenny Walker III, who was one of many prime performers within the 40, vertical and broad jumps. Walker, who completed sixth within the Heisman voting final fall, rumbled for 1,636 yards and 18 touchdowns throughout his lone season with the Spartans. 

Robust shock 

South Dakota State’s Pierre Robust was not ranked amongst CBS Sports activities’ prime RB prospects coming into the night time. That can probably change after Robust recorded the perfect 40 time amongst operating backs. Robust additionally fared effectively within the vertical and broad leap. Robust loved a prolific 2021 season, as he rushed for 1,673 yards and 18 touchdowns whereas averaging 7 yards per carry. 


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Notable 40-yard sprint instances

  • Desmond Ridder (Cincinnati): 4.52
  • EJ Perry (Brown): 4.65
  • Kenny Pickett (Pittsburgh): 4.73
  • Bailey Zappe (Western Kentucky): 4.88

Ridder showcases athleticism

Desmond Ridder capped his Cincinnati profession with the third-most wins in FBS historical past, and he was victorious but once more throughout the testing portion of Thursday night time’s exercises. He led all QBs within the 40-yard sprint (4.52), broad leap (10′ 7″) and vertical leap (36.00″). Ridder is not within the dialog for first QB off the draft board, however he can sneak into the highest 32 thanks largely to the athleticism he showcased at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Prime QBs air it out

Throwing drills on the mix aren’t the perfect methods for groups to judge QBs, however they had been in a position to choose these prospects’ arm strengths to cap off Thursday night time’s festivities. Nevada’s Carson Robust and Pittsburgh’s Kenny Pickett had some good throws, nevertheless it was Liberty’s Malik Willis who stole the present with a number of pristine passes deep downfield.

Broad receivers

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Notable 40-yard sprint instances

  • Tyquan Thornton (Baylor): 4.28
  • Velus Jones Jr. (Tennessee): 4.31
  • Calvin Austin III (Memphis): 4.32
  • Danny Grey (SMU): 4.33
  • Bo Melton (Rutgers): 4.34
  • Christian Watson (North Dakota State): 4.36
  • Garrett Wilson (Ohio State): 4.38
  • Chris Olave (Ohio State): 4.39
  • Alec Pierce (Cincinnati): 4.41
  • Skyy Moore (Western Michigan): 4.41
  • Isaiah Weston (Northern Iowa): 4.42
  • Khalil Shakir (Boise State): 4.43
  • Jahan Dotson (Penn State): 4.43
  • Kevin Austin Jr. (Notre Dame): 4.43
  • Wan’Dale Robinson (Kentucky) 4.44
  • George Pickens (Georgia): 4.47
  • Braylon Sanders (Ole Miss): 4.48
  • Jalen Tolbert (South Alabama): 4.49
  • Jalen Nailor (Michigan State): 4.50
  • Tre Turner (Virginia Tech): 4.51
  • Treylon Burks (Arkansas): 4.55
  • Makai Polk (Miss. State): 4.59
  • David Bell (Purdue): 4.65

Notable verticals

  • Alec Pierce: 40.5″
  • Isaiah Weston: 40″
  • Ty Fryfogle: 39″
  • Calvin Austin III: 39″
  • Kevin Austin Jr.: 39″
  • Christian Watson: 38.5″
  • Jalen Nailor: 38″
  • Bo Melton: 38″
  • Tyquan Thornton: 36.5″
  • Erik Ezukanma (Texas Tech): 36.5″

Notable broad jumps

  • Christian Watson: 11’04”
  • Isaiah Weston: 11’03”
  • Calvin Austin III: 11’03”
  • Devon Williams (Oregon): 11’01”
  • Kevin Austin Jr.: 11′
  • Tyquan Thornton: 10’10”
  • Jalen Nailor: 10’08”
  • Ty Fryfogle: 10’07”
  • Erik Ezukanma: 10’06”
  • Danny Grey: 10’06”

Speedy receiver class

It was usually understood that this broad receiver class was deep and gifted, however nobody was ready for the blazing velocity we witnessed within the 40-yard sprint. This was the quickest mix class in historical past. Initially it appeared like Baylor’s Tyquan Thornton was going to interrupt the file for the quickest 40-yard sprint in mix historical past, however his unofficial time of 4.21 seconds was modified to a still-blazing 4.28. Ohio State’s Chris Olave, in the meantime, had his unofficial 4.26 modified to 4.39.

Nonetheless, these wideouts had been flying Thursday night time, with eight prospects crossing the end line in fewer than 4.4 seconds. As CBS Sports activities NFL Draft skilled Chris Trapasso factors out, the very quick 2019 class that includes Deebo Samuel, A.J. Brown and D.Ok. Metcalf had 9 receivers taken within the first two rounds. We might see greater than that chosen in 2022. 

Calvin Austin III impresses

An enormous winner from Thursday was Memphis broad receiver Calvin Austin III. Earlier than the broad receivers began on-field work, he lit up Twitter by recording an 11’3″ broad leap. Austin additionally registered a 39-inch vert after which ran a 4.32-second 40-yard sprint time. With followers within the stands on the mix for the primary time, he might go down in historical past as the primary participant in mix historical past to obtain a large spherical of applause after his 40 run. 

Skyy Moore, Christian Watson are not secrets and techniques

Skyy Moore out of Western Michigan raised eyebrows Thursday. Whereas he measured in at 5-foot-10 and 195 kilos, he has enormous 10.25″ fingers and ran a 4.41 40-yard sprint. That wasn’t all, as Moore appeared terribly clean operating the gauntlet, and had a few spectacular routes downfield. He is poised to maneuver up draft boards. 

As for Christian Watson out of North Dakota state, he is 6-foot-4, 208 kilos, possesses 10 1/8-inch fingers and ran a 4.36 40-yard sprint. He additionally beat all receivers within the broad leap with a 11’04” and glided by way of the gauntlet. First-round buzz?

Tight ends

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Notable 40-yard sprint instances 

  • Chigoziem Okonkwo (Maryland): 4.52 seconds
  • Jelani Woods (Virginia): 4.61
  • Grant Calcaterra (SMU) 4.62
  • Daniel Bellinger (San Diego State): 4.63
  • Greg Dulcich (UCLA): 4.70
  • Connor Heyward (Michigan State): 4.72
  • Cole Turner (Nevada): 4.76 
  • Peyton Hendershot (Indiana): 4.80
  • Jake Ferguson (Wisconsin): 4.81
  • Austin Allen (Nebraska): 4.83

Woods, Okonkwo impress in TE exercises

Virginia’s Jelani Woods led all tight ends with 24 bench press reps. A projected Day 3 draft decide, Woods then put up the second-fastest 40-yard sprint time amongst tight ends. Woods additionally impressed throughout his on-field exercise. Throughout his lone season at Virginia, the 6-foot-7 Woods caught 44 passes for 598 yards and eight touchdowns. 

Chigoziem Okonkwo ran the quickest 40-yard sprint time amongst tight ends with a 4.52. He did look a little bit slower operating the gauntlet drill, however had one of many higher exercises of this group. Per NFL Media’s Peter Schrager, he is interviewed effectively this week, and has made an impression on scouts.

Michigan State’s Connor Heyward, the youthful brother of Steelers All-Professional defensive lineman Cameron Heyward, had a strong day that included a formidable efficiency throughout the sled drill. UCLA tight finish Greg Dulcich was strong within the 40 in addition to throughout the bench press, however he actually stood out throughout the gauntlet drill, as he barely broke stride whereas catching each move thrown his method. 



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