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Stlrs4Life
05-01-2007, 09:12 PM
Cody Boyd, TE, Washington State-Boyd (6-7 3/8, 255) ran his 40s in 4.82 and 4.86 seconds. He also notched a 33-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-5 broad jump, a 4.40 short shuttle, a 7.21 three-cone drill and eight bench presses.

Jason Capizzi, OT, Indiana (PA)-Capizzi (6-9, 324 pounds) ran his 40-yard dash in 5.22 and 5.23. He also had a 22-inch vertical jump, 4.80 short shuttle, 7.77 three-cone drills and 26 bench presses. He had 34-inch arms and 11-inch hands.

Eric Deslauriers, WR, Eastern Michigan-Deslauriers (6-3 7/8, 210) ran 4.50 and 4.53 in the 40, had a 35-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-8 broad jump, 4.18 short shuttle, 6.60 cone.

Eric Fowler, WR, Grand Valley State-Fowler (6-2 7/8, 210) ran 4.43 and 4.53 in the 40 and 14 lifts. The numbers for GVS players stopped there because they ran indoors due to weather and the footing was not suitable.

Chris Jackson, WR, Millsaps-Apparently he failed to workout.

Derrick Jones, DL, Grand Valley State-Jones (6-3 3/4, 284) ran 4.75 and 4.72 in the 40 and did 24 lifts. The numbers for GVS players stopped there because they ran indoors due to weather and the footing was not suitable.

Paul Mosley, RB, Baylor-Mosely (6-2 5/8, 240) ran 4.59 and 4.61 in the 40, had a 30-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-9 broad jump, 4.47 short shuttle, 7.37 cone and did 21 lifts.

Jared Retkofsky, LS, TCU-Retkofsky (6-4 7/8, 258) ran a 5.00 and 4.90 in the 40-yard dash. He also ran 4.64 in the short shuttle and 7.42 cone, had a 30-inch vertical jump, and an 8-10 broad jump.

Gijon Robinson, FB,Missouri Western State-Robinson (6-0 5/8, 255) ran a 4.71 in the 40-yard dash. He also ran 4.43 in the short shuttle and 7.23 cone, had a 33-inch vertical jump, and an 9-8 broad jump.

Gary Russell, RB, Minnesota-Russell (5-10 3/8, 229) ran a 4.77 in the 40-yard dash. He also had a 31-inch vertical jump, a 9-foot-5 broad jump, 4.54 short shuttle and did 9 lifts.

Darnell Stapleton, C/G, Rutgers-Apparently he failed to workout.

K Train
05-01-2007, 09:17 PM
i wanna see that cappizzi dude do 50 reps, not 26 lol

jasonbay
05-01-2007, 09:42 PM
^^^
If you expect that no wonder you're disapointed , Larry Allen is the bench press king in the NFL and he only can do like 47 . But true that he should have done at least 35.

BRICKTOWN BEAST
05-01-2007, 10:03 PM
225 should be marshmellows for Capazzi

K Train
05-01-2007, 11:35 PM
^^^
If you expect that no wonder you're disapointed , Larry Allen is the bench press king in the NFL and he only can do like 47 . But true that he should have done at least 35.

im just sayin, brady quinn and d-sep did 26 reps....he should have more

BlackGold4vr
05-02-2007, 08:19 AM
i wanna see that cappizzi dude do 50 reps, not 26 lol

I don't think Joe Thomas did much more than that and he was the top O-lineman.

SteelerSal
05-02-2007, 02:46 PM
Technique and footwork overpower strength on the field everytime.
Same goes for the 40 times. You can't measure or time "football speed", just ask Bettis and Jerry Rice.:cope:

DIESELMAN
05-05-2007, 05:56 AM
Here is some more on Mosley:

Strengths: Has tremendous size, and is a powerful runner. Fights though arm tackles, and can be a bull in short-yardage situations. Works well in the passing game as a blocker or receiver.

Bottom line: Mosley, who looks like a linebacker, was Baylor's leading rusher for two years but didn't get that many touches to develop his running skills. He projects as a third-string and short-yardage back and is a good candidate to switch to fullback.