Georgia Tech pro day results

March 18, 2016 Atlanta - Georgia Tech running back Patrick Skov (7) performs a drill in front of NFL scouts during Pro Day at Georgia Tech football practice facility on Friday, March 18, 2016. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

With his left hamstring wrapped, former Georgia Tech B-back Patrick Skov performs in the 3-cone drill Friday at Georgia Tech’s pro day. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

Measurements, times and scores from Georgia Tech’s pro day Friday.

 

Name Ht. Wt. Broad Vert. 40 Shuttle Bench
B. Chamberlain 6-3 303 8’4” 23 5.45 4.8 20
Synjyn Days 6-0 221 10’3.5 32.5 4.51 4.25 24
Jamal Golden 5-10 197 9’10 34 4.62 4.39 9
Adam Gotsis 6-4 296 X X X X 23
Errin Joe 6-2 331 8’4” 23.5 5.51 4.84 18
T. Marcordes 6-3 245 9’10” 35 4.62 4.31 16
Chris Milton 5-10 187 10’3” 34 4.37 4.40 13
Patrick Skov 6-0 232 8’11” 30.5 X 4.32 31*
Demond Smith 5-11 200 10’1.5” 34 X X X
B. Snoddy 5-9 192 10’4” 32 4.42 4.2 15
D.J. White 5-11 193 X 34 X X X

 

Skov’s 31 bench-press reps were better than any running back or fullback at the NFL draft combine, only six players overall had more reps. Furthermore, Skov had five bench-press reps disallowed because he didn’t lock out his elbows.

Gotsis participated only in bench press as he is recovering from an ACL tear.

Smith suffered an apparent quadriceps injury running the 40.

Snoddy’s times were exceptional. Only two running backs were under 4.42 seconds in the 40 (though the combine is electronically timed, which is slightly slower than hand times) and only seven backs were under 4.3 seconds in the short shuttle, which measures change of direction, agility and explosiveness. His broad jump would have tied for fourth.

White elected to mostly stick by performances achieved at the NFL draft combine. (11’0″ in broad jump, 4.49 in 40, 4.33 in short shuttle and 17 bench-press reps.

 

 

 

 


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