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Recapping Texas A&M’s Player Results at the NFL Combine

Let’s take a look at how the Ags did at this weekend’s NFL Combine

NFL: Combine Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Texas A&M had 9 former players who participated in the combine this weekend. All performed pretty darn fact A&M had one of the better showings in the combine out of all the represented schools

A&M Combine Participants.csv

Name Bench Press Reps 40 Time Vertical Broad Jump 3 Cone Shuttle 60 yd Shuttle
Name Bench Press Reps 40 Time Vertical Broad Jump 3 Cone Shuttle 60 yd Shuttle
Jermaine Eluemunor 34 5.22 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
Myles Garrett 33 4.64 41 128 DNP DNP DNP
Avery Gennesy 24 5.35 20 91 8.08 5 DNP
Daeshon Hall 18 4.76 36 123 7.03 4.38 DNP
Trevor Knight DNP 4.54 35.5 125 7.04 4.14 11.28
Speedy Noil 18 DNP 43.5 133 DNP DNP DNP
Josh Reynolds DNP 4.52 37 124 6.83 4.13 11.32
Ricky Seals-Jones 17 4.69 28 121 7.46 4.33 11.85

Several players improved their draft stock significantly. Jermaine Eluemunor went from being a relatively unknown player to NFL analyst Mike Mayock stating “"At some point, in those first three or four rounds, you're going to hear his name called.” Josh Reynolds had a solid outing, solidifying himself as a great option for folks looking for a steady and reliable WR.

Additionally Speedy Noil wowed folks with his athletic ability by hitting 43.5 on his vertical

Myles Garrett dominating darn near every event he participated in is probably the last surprising thing about the combine. His performance solidified his position as the #1 draft pick probably headed to the Cleveland Browns (womp womp).

A&M will host an on campus pro-day for all of it’s draft eligible players on March 30.