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A Hogwork Orange:
I didn't see a thread for NFL combine results for the Hogs in attendance (sorry if there is one and I missed it). I got a boring day at work today so I will try to update it based on the results posted to the website. Someone feel free to take over tomorrow!

Frank Ragnow - OL35
Height - 6'5"
Weight - 309 lbs
Arms - 33 1/8"
Hands - 9 3/8"
Bench Press - 26 reps (Tied for 10th best among OL)
40 Yard Dash - Did not test
Vertical Jump - Did not test
Broad Jump - Did not test
3 Cone Drill - Did not test
20 Yard Shuttle - Did not test
60 Yard Shuttle - Did not test

Austin Allen - QB01
Height - 6'0"
Weight - 209 lbs
Arms - 30 5/8"
Hands - 9 5/8"
Bench Press - Did not test
40 Yard Dash - 4.81s
Vertical Jump - 29.5 inches
Broad Jump - 9'4"
3 Cone Drill - 7.18s
20 Yard Shuttle - 4.48s
60 Yard Shuttle - Did not test

Henre Tolliver - DB37
Height - 6'1"
Weight - 185lbs
Arms - N/A
Hands - N/A
Bench Press - 6
40 Yard Dash - 4.63s
Vertical Jump - 32.5”
Broad Jump - 9’9”
3 Cone Drill - 7.01s
20 Yard Shuttle - 4.15s
60 Yard Shuttle - 11.39s

sickboy:
Dude. Not a hog, but Saquon Barkley did 29 reps on bench and had a 41" vert. That's ridiculous. That kid is going to be the next dominant NFL rb. Unless he goes to the Browns, of course.


Also, I thought Austin Allen was taller. Maybe that was just in my head.

razorbacker3:
Is Ragnow participating at all, besides talking with team reps?

A Hogwork Orange:

--- Quote from: razorbacker3 on March 02, 2018, 12:04:23 pm ---Is Ragnow participating at all, besides talking with team reps?

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It doesn't look like he is testing in anything else. I am not sure if he went through the OL drills or not because I had to step away during the drills.

Arkansas Hog in Dallas:

--- Quote from: sickboy on March 02, 2018, 11:38:28 am ---Dude. Not a hog, but Saquon Barkley did 29 reps on bench and had a 41" vert. That's ridiculous. That kid is going to be the next dominant NFL rb. Unless he goes to the Browns, of course.


Also, I thought Austin Allen was taller. Maybe that was just in my head.

--- End quote ---

My gf is a PSU fan and so I watched PSU games. That dude is a freak athlete, and he put up stats with literally a garbage O-line.

razorbacker3:
he did 26 reps on bench press, but no 40 time according to NFL combine report.

razorbacker3:
he also has a 5.75 rating which means he has potential to become an NFL starter.

onebadrubi:
Austin Allen has bigger hands than Ragnow.  Would have lost that bet.

ricepig:
SEC had slow RB's........


https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/sec-football/sec-runningbacks-record-40-times-2018/

onebadrubi:

--- Quote from: ricepig on March 02, 2018, 01:56:53 pm ---SEC had slow RB's........


https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/sec-football/sec-runningbacks-record-40-times-2018/

--- End quote ---

That should tell people that 4.5X is not slow.  Michelle and Chubb were running away form people...

razorcash2:

--- Quote from: sickboy on March 02, 2018, 11:38:28 am ---Dude. Not a hog, but Saquon Barkley did 29 reps on bench and had a 41" vert. That's ridiculous. That kid is going to be the next dominant NFL rb. Unless he goes to the Browns, of course.


Also, I thought Austin Allen was taller. Maybe that was just in my head.

--- End quote ---
Yea, Barkley lives in the weight room.
He's a beast.

razorcash2:

--- Quote from: onebadrubi on March 02, 2018, 01:00:23 pm ---Austin Allen has bigger hands than Ragnow.  Would have lost that bet.

--- End quote ---
Remember...Brandon's hand were considered small...Are Austin's bigger?

Amityvillehogger:

--- Quote from: razorbacker3 on March 02, 2018, 12:47:47 pm ---he also has a 5.75 rating which means he has potential to become an NFL starter.


--- End quote ---

Potential my rear. Only thing he has potential of doing is playing in the NFL a very long time. Going to do very well.

onebadrubi:

--- Quote from: razorcash2 on March 02, 2018, 02:02:26 pm ---Remember...Brandon's hand were considered small...Are Austin's bigger?

--- End quote ---

Just googled and saw 8.5" at the senior bowl for Brandon.  So appears Austin's are bigger.

zebradynasty:

--- Quote from: ricepig on March 02, 2018, 01:56:53 pm ---SEC had slow RB's........


https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/sec-football/sec-runningbacks-record-40-times-2018/

--- End quote ---

Personally I think the SEC as a whole packs too much weight too soon on their RB's. However, the NFL frowns on 205lb running backs so everyone packs the weight on.

sickboy:

--- Quote from: Arkansas Hog in Dallas on March 02, 2018, 12:22:48 pm ---My gf is a PSU fan and so I watched PSU games. That dude is a freak athlete, and he put up stats with literally a garbage O-line.

--- End quote ---

And he just ran a 4.41 40. Wow.

onebadrubi:

--- Quote from: sickboy on March 02, 2018, 03:18:06 pm ---And he just ran a 4.41 40. Wow.

--- End quote ---

If he went to a team with a decent O line and any resemblance better than bottles at QB he'd excel very quick.  He may still excel early in the league

ChicoHog:

--- Quote from: sickboy on March 02, 2018, 03:18:06 pm ---And he just ran a 4.41 40. Wow.

--- End quote ---
And Hogville says the Big 10 is slow!  Such an outdated stereotype.  It's not about which league, it's about which team and which players.  All leagues have fast and slow players and teams. 

daprospecta:

--- Quote from: sickboy on March 02, 2018, 11:38:28 am ---Dude. Not a hog, but Saquon Barkley did 29 reps on bench and had a 41" vert. That's ridiculous. That kid is going to be the next dominant NFL rb. Unless he goes to the Browns, of course.


Also, I thought Austin Allen was taller. Maybe that was just in my head.

--- End quote ---
Not throwing shade but highly doubt the guy isn't juicing. He is still a gamer either way.  He was putting up crazy weight lifting numbers as a sophomore.  19 year olds shouldn't be that strong.  That is why you see many players truly show out by their junior year.  I put Vernon Davis in the same category, you don't break all the weight lifting records by your sophomore year at a P5 school like Maryland.  Not saying it can't happen but it's unlikely natural.

cypert2:
Easiest position to plug a good player in the NFL is running back. Any team that wastes a high draft choice on running back is foolish.

twistitup:

--- Quote from: cypert2 on March 02, 2018, 05:56:39 pm ---Easiest position to plug a good player in the NFL is running back. Any team that wastes a high draft choice on running back is foolish.

--- End quote ---

oversimplification

Cure:

--- Quote from: cypert2 on March 02, 2018, 05:56:39 pm ---Easiest position to plug a good player in the NFL is running back. Any team that wastes a high draft choice on running back is foolish.

--- End quote ---
Ask Dallas about wasting a high pick on a runningback.

sickboy:

--- Quote from: cypert2 on March 02, 2018, 05:56:39 pm ---Easiest position to plug a good player in the NFL is running back. Any team that wastes a high draft choice on running back is foolish.

--- End quote ---

That's foolish.

Buff:

--- Quote from: Cure on March 02, 2018, 06:17:57 pm ---Ask Dallas about wasting a high pick on a runningback.

--- End quote ---

Zeke's been a battering ram since Dallas signed him.  Dude's done pretty good ON the field as well.

SpineHog:

--- Quote from: Buff on March 02, 2018, 06:22:21 pm ---Zeke's been a battering ram since Dallas signed him.  Dude's done pretty good ON the field as well.

--- End quote ---

+1

Vantage 8 dude:

--- Quote from: sickboy on March 02, 2018, 11:38:28 am ---Dude. Not a hog, but Saquon Barkley did 29 reps on bench and had a 41" vert. That's ridiculous. That kid is going to be the next dominant NFL rb. Unless he goes to the Browns, of course.


Also, I thought Austin Allen was taller. Maybe that was just in my head.

--- End quote ---
No, that was DALTON that was taller. (Sorry, I just honestly couldn't resist ;) :))

SooieGeneris:

--- Quote from: ricepig on March 02, 2018, 01:56:53 pm ---SEC had slow RB's........


https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/sec-football/sec-runningbacks-record-40-times-2018/

--- End quote ---

Kerryon Johnson must be still less than 100% with that ankle or whatever leg injury he suffered late in the 'Bama game, 'cause he is NOT slow. No way Chubb is that much faster than he is normally.

Maybe he had some of that Aubarn recruiting $$$ stuffed in his shorts, weighing him down..

hawginbigd1:

--- Quote from: SooieGeneris on March 02, 2018, 08:29:12 pm ---Kerryon Johnson must be still less than 100% with that ankle or whatever leg injury he suffered late in the 'Bama game, 'cause he is NOT slow. No way Chubb is that much faster than he is normally.

Maybe he had some of that Aubarn recruiting $$$ stuffed in his shorts, weighing him down..

--- End quote ---
Before his injury Chubb was legit sub 4.4, and he has just looked better and better the longer he gets away from that injury. I never thought Johnson was a speed guy, he was more of a Glider, ala Cadillac Williams, quick stop and start, and doesn't lose speed on a cut, but never really a speed back IMO.

bennyl08:
Man, I'm almost always the one to start this thread. Been too busy to even realize the combine had already happened.

Thanks for picking up the slack.

RebHog:

--- Quote from: SooieGeneris on March 02, 2018, 08:29:12 pm ---Kerryon Johnson must be still less than 100% with that ankle or whatever leg injury he suffered late in the 'Bama game, 'cause he is NOT slow. No way Chubb is that much faster than he is normally.

Maybe he had some of that Aubarn recruiting $$$ stuffed in his shorts, weighing him down..

--- End quote ---

He didnt run the 40 you mistake him for pettway? The drills Johnson did do he wasnt impressive in any of them.

cypert2:

--- Quote from: Cure on March 02, 2018, 06:17:57 pm ---Ask Dallas about wasting a high pick on a runningback.

--- End quote ---
And where has Elliot gotten them?

1highhog:

--- Quote from: onebadrubi on March 02, 2018, 02:06:08 pm ---Just googled and saw 8.5" at the senior bowl for Brandon.  So appears Austin's are bigger.

--- End quote ---

I never realized how small these guys hands were, they did good I guess holding onto the ball as good as they did, especially as many times as they got hit.  My hands measure 10 1/8", and I'm just 6' 2" and 212, so not a big guy.

bennyl08:
Got a give a shoutout to Ryan Nall as well. The only player worth watching on offense with the beavers.

6'2 234 pounds, ran a 4.58 forty, 15 reps on the bench, 33" vert, 10'2" broad, 6.95 3cone, and a 4.16 shuttle.

Saquan going to the browns would admittedly be disappointing, but could imagine the browns with a white Peyton Hillis?

Pig in the Pokey:

--- Quote from: sickboy on March 02, 2018, 11:38:28 am ---Dude. Not a hog, but Saquon Barkley did 29 reps on bench and had a 41" vert. That's ridiculous. That kid is going to be the next dominant NFL rb. Unless he goes to the Browns, of course.


Also, I thought Austin Allen was taller. Maybe that was just in my head.

--- End quote ---
well, of course he's going to the browns. they get him #1 and the leftover out of teh big 3 QBs at #4.

A Hogwork Orange:

--- Quote from: bennyl08 on March 03, 2018, 12:39:15 am ---Got a give a shoutout to Ryan Nall as well. The only player worth watching on offense with the beavers.

6'2 234 pounds, ran a 4.58 forty, 15 reps on the bench, 33" vert, 10'2" broad, 6.95 3cone, and a 4.16 shuttle.

Saquan going to the browns would admittedly be disappointing, but could imagine the browns with a white Peyton Hillis?

--- End quote ---

I'm pretty sure Peyton Hillis was white.

A Hogwork Orange:
Updated with the current info from the combine website. Not sure why it isn't showing Toliver's hand and arm measurements.

RyanMallettsEgo:

--- Quote from: cypert2 on March 02, 2018, 10:12:31 pm ---And where has Elliot gotten them?

--- End quote ---

Is football a one-man sport?

Pro Bowl (2016)
First-team All-Pro (2016)
PFWA All-Rookie Team (2016)
NFL rushing yards leader (2016)

That's what he's "gotten them" in a short 2 years shortened by Goodell on a power trip. Statistically, not a bad way to start an NFL career.

rhames:

--- Quote from: cypert2 on March 02, 2018, 10:12:31 pm ---And where has Elliot gotten them?

--- End quote ---


He got them pretty far in 2016.


He missed a big chunk of the season and injuries to the oline set them back in 2017.

booogaga:

--- Quote from: razorbacker3 on March 02, 2018, 12:04:23 pm ---Is Ragnow participating at all, besides talking with team reps?


--- End quote ---
I imagine he is still healing and will participate in all other testing at the Razorback pro day.

A Hogwork Orange:
Toliver with a 4.64 unofficial 40.

lahhog:

--- Quote from: zebradynasty on March 02, 2018, 02:11:28 pm ---Personally I think the SEC as a whole packs too much weight too soon on their RB's. However, the NFL frowns on 205lb running backs so everyone packs the weight on.

--- End quote ---

Generally, RBs in the SEC will be subjected to a bit more damage so I assume they put the weight on in order to be able to take the hits. No doubt it will negatively effect speed, but Oregon RBs aren't worried about getting hit by BAMA or LSU linebackers so they have no need to get up to 215lbs.

rljjr:
Looks like Austin had a pretty good day, all things considered. I haven't heard how he looked throwing, but he competed well in the other drills he participated in for the most part.

swinemaster:

--- Quote from: cypert2 on March 02, 2018, 10:12:31 pm ---And where has Elliot gotten them?

--- End quote ---

In the one year he has played a full season it got them to 13-3.  Then the Dez catch was taken away in Lambeau or else they would have advanced in the playoffs. 

Where you asking a serious question?

#1 STUNNA:
look at Alabamas defensive backs at the combine and then look at ours... thats the problem..

ricepig:

--- Quote from: #1 STUNNA on March 05, 2018, 02:50:17 pm ---look at Alabamas defensive backs at the combine and then look at ours... thats the problem..

--- End quote ---

Or LSU's, they ran 4.3's.

AP85:

--- Quote from: ricepig on March 05, 2018, 02:51:14 pm ---Or LSU's, they ran 4.3's.

--- End quote ---

Heck the kid who is the linebacker at UCF RAN 4.3!!!!

311Hog:

--- Quote from: AP85 on March 05, 2018, 02:54:31 pm ---Heck the kid who is the linebacker at UCF RAN 4.3!!!!

--- End quote ---

unfair less wind drag he only has one hand....

btw that kid is my new hero, he also benched 20 reps i think or 25 that is monster man i hope someone gives that kid a chance in the league.

#1 STUNNA:
Alabama DBs alone in this draft.. 4.36, 4.35, 4.47
Their 230lb Running back ran a 4.52 with a 40' vertical..

and our 185lb DB is running a 4.63 40...

outlawhogeywells:

--- Quote from: booogaga on March 05, 2018, 09:24:49 am ---I imagine he is still healing and will participate in all other testing at the Razorback pro day.

--- End quote ---
He was on Mattingly's show the other day and said he would do the interviews but not participate in many drills.  Said he would do his drills at the Arkansas Pro Day

AP85:

--- Quote from: 311Hog on March 05, 2018, 02:58:57 pm ---unfair less wind drag he only has one hand....

btw that kid is my new hero, he also benched 20 reps i think or 25 that is monster man i hope someone gives that kid a chance in the league.

--- End quote ---

Agreed. Dude is awesome.


Puts in perspective all the people in the world who say “I can’t”.

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