Feb 22, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels tight end Eric Ebron watches the other tight ends do the vertical jump during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Scouting Combine: Tight End Results


Player
School
Height
Weight
Hand Size
Arm Length
40 Time
Bench Press
Vertical Jump
Broad Jump
3 Cone Drill
Jace AmaroTexas Tech6'5 3/8"2659"34"4.742833"118"7.42
Rob BlanchflowerMassachussetts6'4"2569 5/8"33 3/4"4.56DNPDNPDNPDNP
Trey BurtonFlorida6'2"2249 3/8"31"4.62DNP30"112"7.14
A.D. DenhamUtah6'4"23410 1/2"33 3/8"4.77DNP32.5"DNPDNP
Joe Jon DuncanDixie State6'3"26810 1/2"32 3/8"DNP35DNPDNPDNP
Eric EbronNorth Carolina6'4"25010"33 1/4"4.62432"120"DNP
C.J. FiedorowiczIowa6'5"26510 1/4"33"4.762531.5"116"7.1
Xavier GrimbleUSC6' 4"25710 1/4"33 5/8"4.42DNP26.5"DNPDNP
Nic JacobsMcNeese State6'5"26910"34 1/8"DNP15DNPDNPDNP
Marcel JensenFresno State6'6"2599 7/8"34 7/8"4.782435"115"7.38
Reggie JordanMissouri Western State6'3"2409 5/8"32 1/4"4.772430"116"7.22
A.C. LeonardTennessee State6'2"2529 1/4"33"4.52034"128"DNP
Colt LyerlaOregon6'4"24210 1/4"32 3/4"4.611539"128"DNP
Arthur LynchGeorgia6'5"25810 1/8"32 1/2"4.822829.5"116"7.38
Jake MurphyUtah6'4"24910"31 3/4"4.792433"DNP7.18
Jordan NajvarBaylor6'6"25610"32 1/4"4.931832.5"112"7/14
Troy NiklasNotre Dame6'6"27010"34 1/8"DNP2732"114"7.57
Jacob PedersonWisconsin6'3"2389"31 3/4"4.89DNP28.5"111"7.55
Richard RogersCalifornia6'4"25710 1/8"32 5/8"4.871631.5"116"7.23
Austin Seferian-JenkinsWashington6'5"2629 3/4"33 3/4"DNP20DNPDNPDNP
D.J. TialaveaUtah State6'3"2679 1/4"33 5/8"DNPDNPDNPDNPDNP

Here are the results for the tight ends that attended the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine with all of the relevant data listed from NFL.com thrown in one place.  This was done because I got tired of looking up the various results at different places, so I just went ahead and made my own, which took longer than expected.  Nevertheless, heights, weights, hand sizes, and various workout results are all in one table.  Additional data may be added later as it is deemed important or becomes available.

The combine is considered a part of the process and a relatively small one, but it does provide some important information when used and weighed effectively.  Overall, the film is the overwhelming measure of prospects in so much I have access.  This mostly works to answer some tweener questions and give answers to a few baseline questions.  The far more important issues answered at the combine are unavailable to the draft media including medical exams and interviews with the various teams.

 

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