2010 NFL Combine Results: Tackle Bruce Campbell’s Outing Increases Draft Stock

February 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Coming into the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, Maryland offensive tackle Bruce Campbell had some good buzz surrounding his name, but he may have just increased his stock from the bottom half of the first round to the top half.
Campbell measured in at 6'6 3/8" and 314 pounds with an arm length of 36.25 inches, which are all very good measurements for an NFL tackle and the best of all other offensive tackles coming into the Combine.
According to scouting reports on Campbell, everyone knows he is really a freak of nature physically, but, after seeing him run the 40-yard dash and testing his vertical leap, it is now a fact that he is a physical anomaly.
Campbell ran an official 4.85 in the 40-yard dash, which rivals the speed of the tight ends entering the draft and is the fourth-fastest ever recorded by an offensive lineman.
The average time last year for offensive tackles was 5.3 seconds in the 40.
He was so fluid in his motion that he really resembled more of a spr...

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