Each week during the offseason, Tyson Qualls plans to analyze one position for the Chicago Bears to…
Don't Get Fooled by Combine Stats
Despite the fact that the Monsters of the Midway won't be on the clock in the 2010 NFL Draft until Round 3, they benefit from a class of prospects considered awfully deep at many of their need positions. According to Frank Cooney, the publisher of NFLDraftScout.com, here are some of the feats achieved last month at the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis: 64 players – all offensive or defensive linemen – weighed at least 300 pounds, led by Alabama nose tackle Terrence Cody's 354 pounds. ... 45 of the 46 offensive linemen who stepped on the scale weighed at least 300 pounds, and three of those 300-pounders ran faster than five seconds in the 40, with the best by 314-pound Maryland tackle Bruce Campbell at 4.75, which was better than many linebackers, tight ends and running backs. ... Offensive linemen as a group had their best combine averages this century in the 20-yard run (2.98 seconds), 40-yard run (5.24) and bench press (27 reps). ... Defensive tackles had their best averages...
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