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The 2018 NFL Combine wrapped up on Monday afternoon and the results for all 10 LSU players that competed in the event are in.

No LSU player tested in all seven categories at the event but they will get another chance to showcase their skills at LSU's Pro Day on Wednesday, April 4th.

Included in the results below are overall draft grade and what they mean.

OL – Will Clapp
Height: 6-4
Weight: 311
Arm Length: 31 ¼”
Hand Size: 9 5/8”
40 Yard Dash: 5.39 seconds
225-Pound Bench Press: 25
Vertical Jump: 29”
Broad Jump: 97”
3 Cone Drill: 8.04 seconds
20 Yard Shuttle: 4.92 seconds
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 5.34 (chance to become NFL backup or special teams potential)

OL – K.J. Malone
Height: 6-4
Weight: 303
Arm Length: 33 ½”
Hand Size: 9 ¼”
40 Yard Dash: 5.34 seconds
225-Pound Bench Press: 15
Vertical Jump: 29.5”
Broad Jump: 103”
3 Cone Drill: Did not test
20 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 5.16 (better than average chance to make an NFL roster)

OL – Toby Weathersby
Height: 6-4
Weight: 317
Arm Length: 33 ¼”
Hand Size: 10 ¼”
40 Yard Dash: 5.34 seconds
225-Pound Bench Press: 28
Vertical Jump: 24.5”
Broad Jump: 106”
3 Cone Drill: 8.55 seconds
20 Yard Shuttle: 5.38 seconds
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 5.40 (chance to become an NFL backup or special teams potential)

RB – Derrius Guice
Height: 5-10
Weight: 224
Arm Length: 30 ¾”
Hand Size: 9 ¾”
40 Yard Dash: 4.49 seconds
225-pound Bench Press: 15 reps
Vertical Jump: Did not test
Broad Jump: Did not test
3 Cone Drill: Did not test
20 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 6.41 (instant NFL starter)

RB – Darrel Williams
Height: 6-0
Weight: 225
Arm Length: 31”
Hand Size: 9 3/8”
40 Yard Dash: 4.72 seconds
225-Pound Bench Press: 22
Vertical Jump: 32”
Broad Jump: 109”
3 Cone Drill: Did not test
20 Yard Shuttle: 4.21 seconds
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 5.42 (NFL backup or special team potential)

QB - Danny Etling
Height: 6-2
Weight: 222
Arm Length: 31”
Hand Size: 9 3/8”
40 Yard Dash: 4.76 seconds
225-Pound Bench Press: Did not test
Vertical Jump: 30.5”
Broad Jump: 114”
3 Cone Drill: 7.09 seconds
20 Yard Shuttle: 4.37 seconds
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 4.85 (should be invited to training camp)

WR – D.J. Chark
Height: 6-3
Weight: 199
Arm Length: 32 3/8”
Hand Size: 9 ¼”
40 Yard Dash: 4.34 seconds
225-Pound Bench Press: 16
Vertical Jump: 40”
Broad Jump: 129”
3 Cone Drill: Did not test
20 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 5.79 (chance to become NFL starter)

DE – Arden Key
Height: 6-6
Weight: 238
Arm Length: 33 ½”
Hand Size: 10”
40 Yard Dash: Did not test
225-Pound Bench Press: Did not test
Vertical Jump: 31”
Broad Jump: 117”
3 Cone Drill: 7.16 seconds
20 Yard Shuttle: 4.25 seconds
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 5.86 (chance to become NFL starter)

CB – Donte Jackson
Height: 5-11
Weight: 175
Arm Length: Not listed
Hand Size: Not listed
40 Yard Dash: 4.32 seconds
225-Pound Bench Press: 7 reps
Vertical Jump: Did not test
Broad Jump: 124"
3 Cone Drill: Did not test
20 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 5.79 (chance to become NFL starter)

CB – Kevin Toliver II
Height: 6-3
Weight: 204
Arm Length: Not listed
Hand Size: Not listed
40 Yard Dash: Did not test
225-Pound Bench Press: 10 reps
Vertical Jump: 33"
Broad Jump: 120"
3 Cone Drill: Did not test
20 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
60 Yard Shuttle: Did not test
Draft Grade: 5.64 (chance to become NFL starter)
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Comments

33 Comments
"DE – Arden Key : Chance to become NFL starter"... Damn.
Reply4 months
They frown on DGAF attitudes over there.
4 months
What a fall from grace. This time last year he was 1st overall pick talent.
4 months
Seems right
Reply4 months
Seems right
Reply4 months
Seems right
Reply4 months
Seems right
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Seems right
Reply4 months
DOES NOT SEEM RIGHT
Reply4 months
Arden Key - Draft Grade: 5.86 (chance to become NFL starter if he gets a shite first contract and has to work a year or two for the realz money)
Reply4 months
So no first rounders
Reply4 months
Seams rite
Reply4 months
Guice did the 40 and bench press. How does that equate to instant starter if you had no prior knowledge of him? I assume these grades are objective...
Reply4 months
Combine measurables aren’t the only variable that goes into the grades. If you go to NFL.com you’ll see a very comprehensive write-up of all the things they considered, and most of it isn’t 40 times and bench reps.
3 months
wouldn't mind Will Clapp on the Saints roster
Reply4 months
Hell Toliver didn't do shite and is considered a starter??????
Reply4 months
Measurables and potential.
4 months
Why did so many of them chose not to compete in all of the drills, especially the agility type drills? Interesting.
Reply4 months
Hey, my boy Danny showed up. Oh, heck why not. Go get some easy backup money!
Reply4 months
He actually did really well. Im intrested to see what he can do with a qb coach.
4 months
The next Tom Brady!
4 months
If he's the next Tom Brady, the entire offensive coaching staff of the last three years need to be banned from the fricking state.
4 months
Good thing Clapp and Weathersby left early at the chance to become NFL backups. Seriously though, I know these grades don't mean much, but if anyone watched those 2 play, they could have seen that another year in college could have helped them with their draft stocks. Especially Weathersby, he was injured quite a bit, if he could have had a full season and improved on some of his numbers, including workout drills, he could have improved his draft stock a ton.
Reply4 months
I don't buy the argument that Weathersby and Clapp could have improved their draft stock. How? They are not higher rated because they are simply not that athletic, and that cannot be improved through strength and conditioning, nor through practice. These guys are good ball players who have played a lot. There's simply nothing to stay for.
4 months
He's off on will Clapp. I think he plays a lot
Reply4 months
It's mind-boggling that with all the surreal talent LSU obtained & produced in the last decade that, outside of Mett, they helmed the ship with undraftable QBs.
Reply4 months
Hopefully that changes starting this year. MLSUGA
4 months
Seems kind of crazy Chark did more bench reps than Guice.
Reply4 months
looks like toliver just didn't care about the combine
Reply4 months
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