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TheCaterpillar
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread

Good time for Simon. How did he look running it? Fluid?


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yurintroubl
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
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good time for Simon considering his height


At 6'02" and 202 - That's pretty good. He can send the Seahawks a thank you note for making his body type more acceptable. Hopefully he can shave a couple hundredths off... His start wasn't great.


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reg469
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
Tharold just ran 4.51


yurintroubl
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
Eric Reid's 10 yard split was 1.50s


TigerMan327
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
Thats pretty good huh?


LeonSandcastle
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TM7 will be a stud at the next level.


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FamousAmos
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
For those as unfamiliar to the 10 yard split as I was...

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One of the most important and consistently overlooked measurements at the combine is the first 10 yards of the 40, known as the 10-yard split. This is simply a measurement to see how fast a prospect can cover the first 10 yards of their 40. It’s great to see how fast someone can run 40 yards, but how often in an NFL game are players required to cover that distance on one play? A more reasonable measurement, and a better indicator of “football speed,” is 10 yards.

A “Great” 10-Yard Split Time (1.55 seconds and under)
A “Good” 10-Yard Split Time (1.56-1.59)
An “Average” 10-Yard Split Time (1.60-1.62)
A “Below Average” 10-Yard Split Times (1.63-1.69)


LINK


Hugo Stiglitz
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nice



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yurintroubl
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
TM - 9'09" Broad Jump


KG5989
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
Reid's broad jumo at 11'02 is nasty.


fjohns1
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
reid and simon probably both break 4.5 at LSU pro day. Everyone always seem to run faster at the pro days.


yurintroubl
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Reid's broad jumo at 11'02 is nasty.


Ties him for 6th best in Combine HISTORY.


ETA:

Actually since 2006 which is as far back as the "Top Performers Tracker" goes.

That is for all positions.


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2nd Best jump by a DB since 2006.
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lsufball19
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reid and simon probably both break 4.5 at LSU pro day. Everyone always seem to run faster at the pro days.

The track at Indy is supposedly notoriously slow, so not too surprising, not to mention the way they come up with the "official" 40 times at the combine is ridiculous.


lsufball19
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Ties him for 6th best in Combine HISTORY.


ETA:

Actually since 2006 which is as far back as the "Top Performers Tracker" goes.

That is for all positions.

crazy that some guy yesterday jumped nearly 12 feet, his mark being the 2nd to the world record holder iirc


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yurintroubl
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
Eric Reid 2nd 40: 4.56


FamousAmos
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
Well shit, weren't both Reid's parents LSU track stars?


EarthwormJim
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
Reid is making himself some money today.


yurintroubl
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
Tharold Simon 2nd 40: 4.48

Looked a lot smoother on the start this time.


Jizzy08
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
Second time they cut away right before Simon's run


yurintroubl
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re: Tigers at the Combine: DB results thread
They showed it online.


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