combine 2019

It’s that time again, boys and girls! Time to cheer on our ‘Noles as they make their way to Indianapolis to be measured, poked, prodded, and interviewed. Here, I’ll have a list of the ‘Noles at the Combine, sorted by day that they do their drills. I’ll do my dead-level best to keep this page updated as I see the updates come through. So, without further ado, the Prospective Pros in the Combine 2019:

Ok, so. The list isn’t nearly as long as I was hoping when I typed that intro up. Literally, only 3 players.

Saturday, March 2nd

Nyquan Murray:

Measurements:

  • Height: 5-10 2/8
  • Weight: 191 lb.
  • Hand: 9 3/8″
  • Arm: 31 1/8″
  • Wingspan: 74 3/8″ (6-2 3/8)

 

  • 40-Yard Dash: 4.7 (best: 4.31)
  • Bench Press: 8 (best: 27)
  • Vertical Jump: 34″ (best: 38″)
  • Broad Jump: 113″ (best: 141″)
  • 3-Cone Drill: 7.2 sec. (best: 6.77 sec.)
  • 20-Yd Shuttle: 4.40 sec. (best: 4.03 sec.)
  • 60-Yd Shuttle: Did not Participate

Sunday, March 3rd

Brian Burns:

Measurements:

  • Height: 6-4 6/8
  • Weight: 249 lb.
  • Hand: 10″
  • Arm: 33 7/8″
  • Wingspan: 83 5/8″ (6-11 5/8)

 

  • 40-Yard Dash: 4.53 (best: 4.41) (Yes, that’s right – Burns is faster than Noonie.)
  • Bench Press: Did not Participate
  • Vertical Jump: 36″ (best: 40″) (And he’s more got more leg strength)
  • Broad Jump: 129.0″ (best: 134.0″)
  • 3-Cone Drill: 7.01 sec. (best: 6.75 sec.) (And he’s more agile than Noonie)
  • 20-Yd Shuttle: Did not Participate
  • 60-Yd Shuttle: Did not Participate

Demarcus Christmas:

Measurements:

  • Height: 6-3 3/8
  • Weight: 294 lb.
  • Hand: 9 1/8″
  • Arm: 32 6/8″
  • Wingspan: 78 4/8″ (6-6 1/2)

 

  • 40-Yard Dash: 5.08 (best: 4.58)
  • Bench Press: 22 (best: 36)
  • Vertical Jump: 25.5″ (best: 38″)
  • Broad Jump: 101″ (best: 122″)
  • 3-Cone Drill: 8.13 sec. (best: 6.89 sec.)
  • 20-Yd Shuttle: 5.07 sec. (best: 4.13 sec.)
  • 60-Yd Shuttle: Did not Participate

 

Remember, not all attendees will do all drills, and we’ll do our best to update this list accordingly. We wish all our ‘Noles good luck as they look to represent our University at the next level!