2013 NFL Combine Results: After slow 40-yard dash time, Ray Graham rebounds a bit in other drills

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On Sunday, I mentioned that Pitt running back Ray Graham had a slow 40-yard dash time in the NFL Combine. Graham went on to participate in several other drill and here's how he did:

  • In the weightlifting, Graham tied for 20th out of 31 participating running backs with 18 reps
  • In the vertical leap, Graham tied for 19th out of 31 participating running backs with 32.5"
  • In the broad jump, Graham was 28th out of 32 participating running backs with 112"
  • In the three-cone agility drill, Graham was 19th out of 23 participating running backs with a time of 7.17 seconds
  • In the 20-yard shuffle drill, Graham was 9th out of 24 participating running backs with a time of 4.21 seconds
  • In the 60-yard shuffle drill, Graham was 8th out of 16 participating running backs with a time of 11.63 seconds

These numbers don't help Graham, but I don't know that they keep him from being drafted, either. And when you compare his performance in these drills to the 40-yard dash, Graham certainly fared better here and rebounded just a bit.

Graham will now be relying on the interviews, individual workouts, and his college game tapes to get him drafted.

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