Nebraska Football: Complete NFL Combine Grades and Analysis for Former Huskers

February 26, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Nebraska football fans watched the NFL combine with interest, waiting for their native sons to appear and make their mark in the speed and strength drills used to evaluate future professional football talent.
Nebraska had three combine invites: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Quincy Enunwa, and Spencer Long. Unfortunately, Long was unable to participate in the combine due to injury, and Enunwa’s combine was cut short due to hamstring problems.
But we were still able to learn quite a bit about how the NFL views this year’s crop of Nebraska alumni.
Stanley Jean-Baptiste
Measureables: 6’3”, 218 pounds, 32 3/8” arm length, 8 5/8” hand width
Drill Results: 4.61 sec. 40-yard dash, 13 reps bench press, 41.5” vertical leap, 128.0” broad jump, 4.33 sec. shuttle run (top Combine performer reflected in italics)
Overall Grade: 5.29 (NFL backup or special teams potential)
Jean-Baptiste certainly did en...

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