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Kevin White’s NFL Combine Results

Coming into the NFL Combine, White was seen as one of the Top 2 receivers in the NFL Draft along with Alabama's Amari Cooper. White came out and ran a surprising (to me) time of 4.43 in his first attempt of the 40-yard dash. Here are White's other NFL Combine results.
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Once again, a Mountaineer stole the show at the NFL Combine. White had one of the most impressive performances of any of the 300+ participants in this year’s NFL Combine. The Raiders, who hold the 4th overall selection in this year’s draft, look to be the first team in line to draft a receiver. Many projections to this point have Alabama’s Amari Cooper penciled in as the Raiders pick. Did White’s performance change things? Let’s look at how he did.

First attempt in the 40-yard dash:

Second attempt:  

Then White moved on to the Toe-Tap Drill:  

Then, he made the Gauntlet Drill look easy:

Full Results:

40-yard Dash: 4.35 (Top Performer, tied for 3rd in position)

Bench Press: 23 reps (Top Performer, tied for 1st in position)

Vertical Jump: 36.5″

Broad Jump: 10’3″

3 Cone Drill:

20-yard Shuttle:

60-yard Shuttle:


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