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This week, more than 300 prospects arrived in Indianapolis for the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine. Each of these players was looking to improve their draft stock while possibly finding their future NFL team in the process.

On Thursday, we compiled the top results from the defensive linemen, edge rushers, and linebackers who took part in on-field drills. On Friday, we did the same for cornerbacks and safeties. On Saturday, we did so for the quarterbacks, tight ends and wide receivers. And on Sunday, we finished up with the offensive linemen and running backs. Below are each of the top individual performances from Indianapolis, as several players surely improved their draft stocks by virtue of their performances. 

Fans should also check out our complete NFL Draft coverage throughout the next several weeks ahead of the 2023 NFL Draft. 

Running backs

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Notable 40-yard dash times

  • Devin Achane (Texas A&M): 4.32
  • Jahmyr Gibbs (Alabama): 4.36
  • Keaton Mitchell (East Carolina): 4.37
  • Deneric Prince (Tulsa): 4.41
  • Chase Brown (Illinois): 4.43
  • Bijan Robinson (Texas): 4.46
  • Evan Hull (Northwestern): 4.47

Notable vertical jumps

  • Chase Brown (Illinois): 40"
  • Tyjae Spears (Tulane): 39"
  • Keaton Mitchell (East Carolina): 38"
  • Eric Gray (Oklahoma): 37.5"
  • Zach Charbonnet (UCLA): 37"
  • Bijan Robinson (Texas): 37"
  • Evan Hull (Northwestern): 37"
  • Cam Peoples (Appalachian State): 37"

Notable broad jumps

  • Chase Brown (Illinois): 10'7"
  • Keaton Mitchell (East Carolina): 10'6"
  • Tyjae Spears (Tulane): 10'5"
  • Bijan Robinson (Texas): 10'4"
  • Deneric Prince (Tulsa): 10'4"

Blazing RBs

Among the top WR prospects, Jalin Hyatt was the fastest at 4.40 seconds. Two top RB prospects ran faster than that, with Texas A&M's Devon Achane running a blazing 4.32 (third among all prospects) and Alabama's Jahmyr Gibbs running a 4.36 (tied seventh). NFL defenses better hope to bottle these rushers up near the line of scrimmage, because if they get into open space, it's going to be tough to catch them.

Offensive linemen

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Notable 40-yard dash times

  • Broderick Jones (Georgia): 4.97
  • Anton Harrison (Oklahoma): 4.98
  • Blake Freeland (BYU): 4.98
  • Jordan McFadden (Clemson): 4.99
  • Braeden Daniels (Utah): 4.99
  • Peter Skoronski (Northwestern): 5.16
  • O'Cyrus Torrence (Florida): 5.31
  • Dawand Jones (Ohio State): 5.35

Notable vertical jumps

  • Blake Freeland (BYU): 37"
  • Peter Skoronski (Northwestern): 34.5"
  • Broderick Jones (Georgia): 30"
  • Anton Harrison (Oklahoma): 28.5"
  • O'Cyrus Torrence (Florida): 23.5"

Notable broad jumps

  • Blake Freeland: 10'10"
  • Peter Skoronski (Northwestern): 9'7"
  • Paris Johnson Jr. (Ohio State): 9'2"
  • Broderick Jones (Georgia): 9'0"
  • Anton Harrison (Oklahoma): 8'9"
  • O'Cyrus Torrence (Florida): 8'5"


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Notable 40-yard dash times

  • Anthony Richardson (Florida): 4.44
  • Max Duggan (TCU): 4.52
  • Malik Cunningham (Louisville): 4.53
  • Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA): 4.56
  • Clayton Tune (Houston): 4.64

Notable broad jumps

  • Anthony Richardson (Florida): 10'9"
  • Will Levis (Kentucky): 10'4"
  • Clayton Tune (Houston): 10'2"
  • Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA): 10'1"
  • Tyson Bagent (Shepherd): 10'0"

Notable vertical jumps

  • Anthony Richardson (Florida): 40.5"
  • Clayton Tune (Houston): 37.5"
  • Tyson Bagent (Shepherd): 36"
  • Jake Haener (Fresno State): 35"
  • Will Levis (Kentucky): 34"

C.J. Stroud QB1?

Bryce Young opted not to throw at the combine, leaving C.J. Stroud as CBS Sports' top QB prospect participating. And while he didn't test as well as Anthony Richardson (no QB has), Stroud looked like QB1 with the arm strength, accuracy and anticipation he showed to all three levels throughout the session.

Anthony Richardson delivers

There was so much hype surrounding Richardson entering the combine, and the Florida QB exceeded those monster expectations Saturday. Possessing Derrick Henry-type size, Richardson set QB combine records in the vertical jump (40.5") and broad jump (10'9") while finishing fourth all time in the 40-yard dash (4.44). Earlier in the week, Richardson likened his game to a combination of Cam Newton and Lamar Jackson; on Saturday, he dominated Newton in terms of both of their combine numbers.

With Richardson exceeding Newton's combine performance, may I interest you in another comparison? (via PFF's Mike Renner):

Stetson Bennett airs it out

Many people knock Bennett because of his age (25) and size (5-11, 192), but the two-time national champion at Georgia showcased Saturday that he's a legitimate NFL prospect. Of the first group of QBs who took the field for on-field drills, which included top QB prospect Will Levis, it was Bennett who threw the best deep balls, drawing oohs and aahs from the crowd inside Lucas Oil Stadium. Bennett, CBS Sports' 291st-ranked prospect, should hear his name called at some point during the 2023 NFL Draft.

Tight ends

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  • Will Mallory (Miami): 4.54
  • Zack Kuntz (Old Dominion): 4.55
  • Sam LaPorta (Iowa): 4.59
  • Luke Musgrave (Oregon State): 4.61
  • Darnell Washington (Georgia): 4.64 
  • Michael Mayer (Notre Dame): 4.70

Notable broad jumps

  • Zack Kuntz (Old Dominion): 10'8"
  • Luke Schoonmaker (Michigan): 10'7"
  • Luke Musgrave (Oregon State): 10'5"
  • Davis Allen (Clemson): 10'5"
  • Brenton Strange (Penn State): 10'4"
  • Sam LaPorta (Iowa): 10'3"
  • Darnell Washington (Georgia): 10'2"
  • Michael Mayer (Notre Dame): 9'10"

Notable vertical jumps

  • Zack Kuntz (Old Dominion): 40"
  • Davis Allen (Clemson): 38.5"
  • Will Mallory (Miami): 36.5"
  • Brenton Strange (Penn State): 36"
  • Luke Musgrave (Oregon State): 36"
  • Sam LaPorta (Iowa): 35"
  • Michael Mayer (Notre Dame): 32.5"
  • Darnell Washington (Georgia): 31"

Notable bench presses

  • Brenton Strange (Penn State): 23
  • Zack Kuntz (Old Dominion): 23
  • Tucker Kraft (South Dakota State): 23
  • Darnell Washington (Georgia): 21

Most athletic TE ever?

Relative athletic score has rated 1,020 tight end prospects from 1987 to 2023 -- and no one was as athletic as Old Dominion's Zack Kuntz. The transfer from Penn State ranked second among TEs in the 40-yard dash (4.55), tied for first in the bench press (23 reps), first in the broad jump (10'8") and first in the vertical jump (40") -- becoming the tallest prospect (6-7 3/8) to jump at least 40 inches at the combine since 2003. Making his performance even more incredible was that he underwent surgery late last year to repair a dislocated knee cap. Kuntz is currently CBS Sports' 16th-ranked TE prospect (249th overall), but he'll for sure get some closer looks after a historic combine.

Darnell Washington = MONSTER

Washington does not have anywhere close to the production of a potential first-round tight end, but that's because Georgia has two-time All-American tight end and future first-round pick Brock Bowers. What Washington does have is elite size (6-foot-6 1/2 and 264 pounds) and elite athleticism. For one, he ran a 4.64 40-yard dash -- AT 264 POUNDS. Two, he completed the 20-yard shuttle in 4.08 seconds. Over the past decade, only four TE/FB have recorded better times -- and none of them weighed more than 255 pounds, per The Athletic.

OK, so he's huge and immensely athletic. But can he catch? Look no further than this grab, which is the catch of the combine so far.

Washington is CBS Sports' No. 4 tight end (55th overall), but at this point it would be a surprise if he's not chosen within the first 40 picks.

Wide receivers

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Notable 40-yard dash times

  • Trey Palmer (Nebraska): 4.33
  • Derius Davis (TCU): 4.36
  • Matt Landers (Arkansas): 4.37
  • Bryce Ford-Wheaton (West Virginia): 4.38
  • Marvin Mims Jr. (Oklahoma): 4.38
  • Jalin Hyatt (Tennessee): 4.40
  • Jalen Moreno-Cropper (Fresno State): 4.40
  • Zay Flowers (Boston College): 4.42
  • Josh Downs (North Carolina): 4.48
  • Jordan Addison (USC): 4.49

Notable broad jumps

  • Jalin Hyatt (Tennessee): 11'3"
  • Demario Douglas (Liberty): 11'2"
  • Quentin Johnston (TCU): 11'2"
  • Tyler Scott (Cincinnati): 11'1"
  • Michael Jefferson (Lousiana): 11'1"
  • A.T. Perry (Wake Forest): 11'1"

Notable vertical jumps

  • Bryce Ford-Wheaton (West Virginia): 41"
  • Rashee Rice (SMU): 41"
  • Quentin Johnston (TCU): 40.5"
  • Jalin Hyatt (Tennessee): 40"


Having missed all but three games this past season because of an injury, it was great to see Jaxon Smith-Njigba (CBS Sports' No. 3 WR) back on the field going through testing and on-field drills. He didn't run the 40-yard dash but logged results in the vertical and broad jumps. During the wide receiver workouts, Smith-Njigba showcased his route-running excellence, play speed and hands to come down with everything that came his way. Here are a few of his highlights:

Parsons, Diggs shout out top WR prospect

USC's Jordan Addison is CBS Sports' No. 2 wide receiver prospect (15th overall), but a pair of Cowboys stars appear to disagree. Both Micah Parsons and Trevon Diggs shouted out Addison on Twitter after he ran his 40-yard dash.

Jalin H(igh)att

Some thought Tennessee's Jalin Hyatt could run in the 4.2s in the 40-yard dash, and while that didn't happen, he still put on an athletic show. CBS Sports' No. 7 receiver prospect currently leads WRs in the broad jump (11'3"), ranks fourth in the vertical jump (40") and is tied for third in the 40-yard dash (4.40).


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Notable 40-yard dash times

  • DJ Turner (Michigan): 4.26
  • Jakorian Bennett (Maryland): 4.30
  • Deonte Banks (Maryland): 4.35
  • Emmanuel Forbes (Mississippi State): 4.35
  • Kelee Ringo (Georgia): 4.36
  • Darius Rush (South Carolina): 4.36
  • Christian Gonzalez (Oregon): 4.38

Notable broad jumps

  • Julius Brents (Kansas State): 11'6"
  • Deonte Banks (Maryland): 11'4"
  • Cam Smith (South Carolina): 11'2"
  • Jakorian Bennett (Maryland): 11'1"
  • Christian Gonzalez (Oregon): 11'1"
  • Jay Ward (LSU): 11'0"
  • Tre'Vius Hodges-Tomlinson (TCU): 11'0"
  • Cory Trice Jr. (Purdue): 11'0"

Notable 10-yard split

  • DJ Turner II (Michigan): 1.47
  • Jaylon Jones (Texas A&M): 1.48
  • Jakorian Bennett (Maryland): 1.48
  • Cameron Mitchell (Northwestern): 1.48
  • Emmanuel Forbes (Mississippi State): 1.48
  • Riley Moss (Iowa): 1.48
  • Deonte Banks (Maryland): 1.49
  • Kei'Trel Clark (Louisville): 1.49
  • Kyu Blu Kelly (Stanford): 1.49
  • Cam Smith (South Carolina): 1.49

Notable vertical jumps

  • Deonte Banks (Maryland): 42"
  • Julius Brents (Kansas State): 41.50"
  • Christian Gonzalez (Oregon): 41.50"
  • Jakorian Bennett (Maryland): 40.50"
  • Darrell Luter Jr. (South Alabama): 40.50"

DJ Turner runs fastest defensive 40 time

Michigan's DJ Turner may have seen his draft stock climb Friday afternoon. The two-time All-Big Ten selection is CBS Sports' No. 11-ranked cornerback, and he ran an official 4.26 40-yard dash. Check out his run, here:

Turner's time is tied for the fifth-fastest at the combine ever and was the fastest of any defensive player at this year's NFL combine.

Fast turtles

One of the biggest takeaways from Friday came thanks to the University of Maryland. Cornerbacks Jakorian Bennett and Deonte Banks apparently became the fastest cornerback teammates in NFL combine history with 4.30 and 4.35 40-yard dash times. They came in at No. 2 and No. 3 behind Turner. 

Banks also led all cornerbacks with a 42" vert, while Bennett was tied for fourth with a 40.50". Banks came in second with an 11'4" broad jump, while Bennett was just behind him at 11'1". If you love looking at the athletic testing numbers, these are the two players for you. Next Gen Stats had Banks and Bennett atop the NGS athleticism score rankings for cornerbacks at the combine.

LaDainian Tomlinson's nephew impresses

Tre'Vius Hodges-Tomlinson is a small player, but you know what they say: You can't run away from the DNA. The nephew of Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson finished tied for eighth among cornerbacks in the 40-yard dash with a 4.41, tied for sixth in the vertical with a 39" and tied for sixth in the broad jump with a 11'0". 

Hodges-Tomlinson is CBS Sports' No. 18 cornerback in this class, but he's quick, athletic and could make an impact as a nickel back. 

A family affair

We didn't just have the nephew of an NFL great working out at Lucas Oil Stadium on Friday night; we had the son of one, too. Joey Porter Jr. did not compete in on-field drills, but he did the jumps and the 40-yard dash after posting some great measurements for one of the top cornerbacks in the class. Here he is running the 40, with his dad, five-time All-Pro linebacker Joey Porter, looking on.


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Notable 40-yard dash times

  • Brandon Hill (Pittsburgh): 4.43
  • Daniel Scott (Cal): 4.45
  • Jartavius Martin (Illinois): 4.46
  • Sydney Brown (Illinois): 4.47
  • Antonio Johnson (Texas A&M): 4.52
  • Jordan Battle (Alabama): 4.55

Notable vertical jumps

  • Jartavius Martin (Illinois): 44"
  • Jason Taylor II (Oklahoma State): 43"
  • Sydney Brown (Illinois): 40.5"
  • Chamarri Conner (Virginia Tech): 40.5"
  • Daniel Scott (Cal): 39.50"

Notable broad jumps

  • Jartavius Martin (Illinois): 11'1"
  • Sydney Brown (Illinois): 10'10"
  • Jason Taylor II (Oklahoma State): 10'9"
  • Daniel Scott (Cal): 10'8"

Fighting Illini dominate

If not for the dazzling cornerback duo of Maryland's Deonte Banks and Jakorian Bennett, we'd be talking about Illinois as having the best pair of teammates to work out Friday night. Jartavius Martin was the headliner, as his 44-inch vertical jump topped all defensive players, and he complemented that with an 11-foot-1 broad jump (first among safeties) and a 4.46 40-yard dash (third). 

That said, don't sleep on teammate Sydney Brown, who finished right behind Martin in the broad jump (10-foot-10) while jumping 40.5 inches and running the 40 in 4.47 seconds.

Defensive linemen

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Notable 40-yard dash times

  • Calijah Kancey (Pittsburgh): 4.67
  • Jalen Redmond (Oklahoma): 4.81
  • Dante Stills (West Virginia): 4.85
  • Bryan Bresee (Clemson): 4.86
  • Gervon Dexter Sr. (Pittsburgh): 4.88
  • Zacch Pickens (South Carolina): 4.89
  • Moro Ojomo (Texas): 5.04
  • Keanu Benton (Wisconsin): 5.08

Notable three cone drill times

  • Jalen Redmond (Oklahoma): 7.30
  • Keeanu Benton (Wisconsin): 7.34
  • Dante Stills (West Virginia): 7.38
  • Zacch Pickens (South Carolina: 7.45
  • Grevon Dexter Sr. (Florida): 7.50
  • Jerrod Clark (Costal Carolina): 7.60
  • Byron Young (Alabama): 7.68
  • D.J. Dale (Alabama): 7.69
  • Siaki Ika (Baylor): 7.80

Notable broad jumps

  • Jalen Redmond (Oklahoma): 9'8"
  • Zacch Pickens (South Carolina): 9'8"
  • Dante Stills (West Virginia): 9'5"
  • Moro Ojomo (Texas): 9'4"
  • Keeanu Benton (Wisconsin): 9'3"
  • Nesta Jade Silvera (Arizona State): 9'2"
  • Gervon Dexter Sr. (Florida): 9'2"
  • Byron Young (Alabama): 9'0"

Notable bench presses

  • Mazi Smith (Michigan): 34
  • Jaquelin Roy (LSU): 30
  • Tyler Lacy (Oklahoma State): 30
  • Moro Ojomo (Texas): 29
  • Jalen Redmond (Oklahoma): 27
  • Bryan Bresee (Clemson): 22

Kancey's eye-popping speed

Calijah Kancey showed off his speed in a major way on Day 1, logging a 4.67-second 40-yard dash. That is the fastest time recorded by a defensive tackle at the NFL combine since 2003. Kancey -- CBS Sports' fourth-ranked defensive tackle and the No. 40 prospect overall -- has similar measurables to fellow Pitt product and Rams superstar Aaron Donald, who ran 0.01 seconds slower than Kancey in the 40. Donald possessed a 98 athleticism score to Kancey's 94, according to Next Gen Stats.


Notable 40-yard dash times

  • Owen Pappoe (Auburn): 4.39
  • Trenton Simpson (Clemson): 4.43
  • Yasir Abdullah (Louisville): 4.47
  • Dorian Williams (Tulane): 4.49
  • Dee Winters (TCU): 4.49
  • Charlie Thomas (Georgia Tech): 4.52
  • Anfernee Orji (Vanderbilt): 4.53
  • Shaka Heyward (Duke): 4.53
  • Jeremy Banks (Tennessee): 4.53
  • Dalyan Henley (Washington State): 4.54
  • DeMarvion Overshown (Texas): 4.56

Notable vertical jumps

  • Anfernee Orji (Vanderbilt): 38.50"
  • Jeremy Banks (Tennessee): 37.50"
  • Jack Campbell (Iowa): 37.50"
  • Yasir Abdullah (Louisville): 36.50"
  • Owen Pappoe (Auburn): 35.50"
  • Dalyan Henley (Washington State): 35.00"

Notable broad jumps

  • Yasir Abdullah (Louisville): 10'9"
  • Jack Campbell (Iowa): 10'8"
  • Jeremy Banks (Tennessee): 10'7"
  • Owen Pappoe (Auburn): 10'6"

Notable bench presses

  • Lonnie Phelps (Kansas): 31
  • Owen Pappoe (Auburn): 29
  • Noah Sewell (Oregon): 27
  • Trenton Simpson (Clemson): 25

Edge rushers

Notable 40-yard dash times

  • Nolan Smith (Georgia): 4.39
  • Byron Young (Tennessee): 4.43
  • Robert Beal Jr. (Georgia): 4.48
  • D.J. Johnson (Oregon): 4.49
  • Adetomiwa Adebawore (Northwestern): 4.49
  • YaYa Diaby (Louisville): 4.51
  • Derick Hall (Auburn): 4.55
  • Lonnie Phelps (Kansas): 4.55
  • Isaiah Foskey (Notre Dame): 4.58
  • Lukas Van Ness (Iowa): 4.58
  • Nick Hampton (Appalachian State): 4.58
  • Will Anderson Jr. (Alabama): 4.60

Notable three cone drill times

  • Jose Ramirez (Eastern Michigan): 6.95
  • Lukas Van Ness (Iowa): 7.02
  • Habakkuk Baldonado (Pittsburgh: 7.11
  • Byron Young (Tennessee): 7.19
  • Isaiah Land (Florida A&M): 7.20

Notable broad jumps

  • Byron Young (Tennessee): 11'0"
  • Will McDonald IV (Iowa State): 11'0"
  • Nolan Smith (Georgia): 10'8"
  • Derick Hall (Auburn): 10'7"
  • Isaiah Land (Florida A&M): 10'6"
  • B.J. Ojulari (LSU): 10'6"
  • Isaiah Foskey (Notre Dame): 10'5"
  • Adetomiwa Adebawore (Northwestern): 10'5"
  • Robert Beal Jr. (Georgia): 10'3"
  • Isaiah McGuire (Missouri): 10'2"

Notable bench presses

  • Keion White (Georgia Tech): 30
  • Adetomiwa Adebawore (Northwestern): 27
  • Myles Murphy (Clemson): 25
  • Zach Harrison (Ohio State): 25
  • Tyree Wilson (Texas Tech): 23
  • Isaiah Foskey (Notre Dame): 22
  • Lukas Van Ness (Iowa): 17
  • Andre Carter II (Army): 11

Adetomiwa Adebawore is off the charts

Despite being 6-foot-2 and 282-pounds, Adebawore worked out with the edge rusher group and put on a show. The Northwestern product had a 4.54 40-yard dash, a 1.61 10-yard split, a 37.50' vertical, and a 10'5" on the broad jump. Adebawore's 40 time was faster than fellow Big Ten alums Aidan Hutchinson and Nick Bosa. Before today, the fastest 40 time at the combine since 2000 by a player 280-plus pounds was 4.68 seconds by Aaron Donald. Adebawore is currently CBS Sports' 89th-ranked prospect, but he could be moving up the board with the performance he just rolled out. 

Nolan Smith has speed and hops

Georgia's Nolan Smith showed the NFL that he can leap up with the best of them, boasting a 41.5" vertical. Smith, who has drawn comparisons to Eagles edge rusher Haason Reddick, is CBS Sports' sixth-ranked edge rusher and the No. 36 overall prospect in this class. He also officially ran a blazing 4.30-second 40-yard dash, which is faster than both DeAndre Hopkins and Stefon Diggs when they were coming out. Oh, and it's also faster than Giants running back Saquon Barkley (4.40).

Will McDonald's 'flu game'

Iowa State edge rusher Will McDonald IV came down with a fever close to 104 degrees on Tuesday evening, according to NFL Media. Despite being sick and losing weight over the last 48 hours, he insisted on working out on Thursday. McDonald, who is CBS Sports' 11th-ranked edge rushing prospect, had an 11-foot broad jump -- which ranked second among all defensive linemen and linebackers.