Although there is plenty of action left in the 2018 NFL Combine, the running backs chosen to participate in the events in Indianapolis will get an early start on their weekend as they concluded all off-field and on-field activities Friday afternoon.
Depending on who you talk to, the events of NFL Combine weekend can either greatly impact a prospect’s standing or should be altogether ignored. The truth is somewhere in the middle, but there is no argument that this feels like Christmas in March for dynasty players.
The 32 running back prospects invited to participate in the Combine began the week with interviews and medical testing, followed by the all-important measurements in mid-week. They performed the bench press on Thursday. Then, the group wrapped things up with Friday’s on-field events, including the 40-yard dash, vertical and broad jumps, the three-cone drill along with rushing and receiving drills.
Before looking at some backs who improved or damaged their standing, let’s take a look at the full results of measurements and drills.
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