NFL Combine 2010 Results: Tight Ends

March 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tight end isn't as highly scrutinized of a position as quarterback, running back, and receiver, but in terms of athleticism and drafting, there still can be a lot learned at the NFL Combine .
Many were waiting to see who would run the fastest, how Jermaine Gresham would perform, and if Anthony McCoy could improve his stock.
Read on for the top five performances in the major drills over the weekend.
40-Yard Dash
1. Dorin Dickerson, Pittsburgh (4.40)
2. Jimmy Graham, Miami (4.56)
3. Dennis Pitta, BYU (4.63)
4. Ed Dickson, Oregon (4.67)
5. Andrew Quarless, Penn State (4.69)
Dorin Dickerson started off a sensational combine by leading all tight ends in the 40, as there was a huge gap between his speed and the next tight end.
Jimmy Graham, although fairly raw, showed excellent speed and acceleration for his size, and Dennis Pitta and Ed Dickson showed the speed that everyone expected to see.
Anthony McCoy and Jermaine Gresha...

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